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    Quote Originally Posted by llpjlau View Post
    that's very similar to the Power Smash. though the Power Smash is mid-flex, slightly head heavy, has decent power but still fast enough in defence. i'm very happy with the Power Smash. i wonder what those raised parts of the frame at 11 & 1 o'clock are for. i've never seen them on rackets from other brands.
    Nano Blade is quite similar with Power Smash but without the new technology of patented Inner Wave. Muscle Wave and Power Beam is also an additional item compare to Power Smash which you can found at Infinity 9000.

    The 11 & 1 o'clock stuff is the Power Beam which increase the head weight to increase Power during play, that's why it was just slightly heavy head but still can give you a very good attack power. Cool ya...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jameschan5 View Post
    Nano Blade is quite similar with Power Smash but without the new technology of patented Inner Wave. Muscle Wave and Power Beam is also an additional item compare to Power Smash which you can found at Infinity 9000.

    The 11 & 1 o'clock stuff is the Power Beam which increase the head weight to increase Power during play, that's why it was just slightly heavy head but still can give you a very good attack power. Cool ya...
    OIC, are u owner of badminton hideout? who sold nano blade to me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jameschan5 View Post
    Nano Blade is quite similar with Power Smash but without the new technology of patented Inner Wave. Muscle Wave and Power Beam is also an additional item compare to Power Smash which you can found at Infinity 9000.

    The 11 & 1 o'clock stuff is the Power Beam which increase the head weight to increase Power during play, that's why it was just slightly heavy head but still can give you a very good attack power. Cool ya...

    i even added about 1.5 inches of Lead Tape on the top of each side to make it even more head heavy...

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    Quote Originally Posted by T-maker View Post
    i even added about 1.5 inches of Lead Tape on the top of each side to make it even more head heavy...
    last time i tadded lead at 2 and 10 o clock at my pro-smash, can see that the shuttle fly like bullet, but very stressful to my arm...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alexch View Post
    last time i tadded lead at 2 and 10 o clock at my pro-smash, can see that the shuttle fly like bullet, but very stressful to my arm...
    ummm...not to my arm...lol...

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    Quote Originally Posted by llpjlau View Post
    that's very similar to the Power Smash. though the Power Smash is mid-flex, slightly head heavy, has decent power but still fast enough in defence. i'm very happy with the Power Smash. i wonder what those raised parts of the frame at 11 & 1 o'clock are for. i've never seen them on rackets from other brands.
    hey guy, i had tried my nano blade, found that offensive is good, feels like the power beams is works. Weight is between 4U and 3U, so defensive is still good for me, but control is just ok.
    During the game, i also found that one thing was impressed me---when i smash with nano blade, i didn't feels any pain on my shoulder, this was so great because i can smash harder now without worry my shoulder! like it!

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    what would be recommended for an intermediate player? I curently have a power smash and power lite... looking for 1 better suited to doubles and 1 for singles..

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    someone told me wave power series is good for double, it is top range in the series (from their web page) but the price is below infinity series...

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    Quote Originally Posted by wuzent View Post
    someone told me wave power series is good for double, it is top range in the series (from their web page) but the price is below infinity series...
    ya, go for air speed power.....

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    Does finnex have more stiffer racket ?

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    bought nano impact and wave power ex last year and found out both is quite nice and price is reasonable compare to its performance. well, previously own a Ti10 but now feels that YY is too expensive for me.

    nano impact very nice for attacking with the head heavy and the stiff shaft, my favourite racket now.
    wave power ex is kind of medium stiff shaft but even balance, very nice if play near the net, can response very fast at the net attacking.

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    hahaha... this thread is drowning quite some time and just saw it floating now.
    by the way, after my 1st finnex racket which is titanium300, i bought myself an infinity gold few months afterwards as i felt confident with finnex after the 1st low range racket. infinity gold is a nice even balance finnex high end racket, you can feels the solidness and difference feeling (nice feel actually) when hitting the shuttlecock and control is superb for my liking. recommended racket for all...

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    who's the uk distributor these days?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rykard View Post
    who's the uk distributor these days?
    not really sure whether this website is still the uk distributor/retailer.
    http://www.badminton4u.co.uk/products.html

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    haha, nice to see that there are people having the same feeling as I. The time I decided to try for Finnex was quite a daring move I think, as it isn't very popular after all. But after trying it, I just love it and always recommend it to my friends.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amani1015 View Post
    haha, nice to see that there are people having the same feeling as I. The time I decided to try for Finnex was quite a daring move I think, as it isn't very popular after all. But after trying it, I just love it and always recommend it to my friends.
    ya, i have the same feeling too. sometimes we need to try some new thing to get some surprise either is good or bad...

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    I juz wanna ask is there any shop still selling this racket?

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