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Thread: Nanogy String - Not so sure
10-02-2008, 07:13 AM #18
Sounds just like me.
The strings really do feel greasy, even if you run your finger over them.
I would never normally say that a bad workman blames his tools, but when I use Nanogy, I really do blame the strings.
10-04-2008, 10:49 AM #19
Well I THINK Dinkalot and Phandrew did mentioned that nanogy needs to string high tension for it to come alive, probably above 26lbs.
I'm not sure how true it is, I strung my RSL X2 blue 25lbs didnt work for me.
String it with BG80 28lbs suddenly the racket is more lively.WTF BG80 is 40%cheaper too.
Even my buddy's arc saber+ NBG95 as recommended by yonex website, didnt performed as anticipated after all those hype. He gone back to BG66/BG80
10-04-2008, 04:59 PM #20
I used both N anogy 98 and Nanogy 95 and after playing with them a few times i got use to it and have good control at the net. its just like switching from a headlight racquet to head heavy racquet your contact point and feel wont' be the same its a matter of adjusting. i recommended Nanogy 95 and 98 to my friends and they were skeptical about it because they said it felt slippery and didnt' want to try them so i gave them a couple of packs to try out and after a couple of plays they liked it a lot.
if you are still up for suggestions try them out a few more times and just practice that's all it takes and in the end if you still don't like them by all means switch its basically personal preference.
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