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    I am currently in HK and I saw the NS9900 and also the new series of AT ! It is already available here ! The AT600 really looks a the AT900 technique and also I do prefer the color scheme of the NS9900 compared to the NS9000.

    Saw the AT70 and the head is big !

    Price for the NS9900 is good here, around HK$1100 or S$220.

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    ne one can tell me if there is a big difference with this and the ns9000X other than faster racuqet speed. I love the ns9k type x!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by z3048018 View Post
    got mine strung up today!!!! looking forward to trying it out on friday.
    in my opinion, the "lollipop" is equivalent to the Arcsaber10 in weight
    So jealous................I'm very tempted to buy it but I think I'll wait a little bit.

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    you know, i too was planning to wait and see, but i don't know why i made that phone call during lunch and my friend said that the SP 3UG4 was available....the rest is history...one of my colleague said that he was quoted HKD$1680 for the JP version. my jaw just fell to the floor!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by teoky View Post
    I am currently in HK and I saw the NS9900 and also the new series of AT ! It is already available here ! The AT600 really looks a the AT900 technique and also I do prefer the color scheme of the NS9900 compared to the NS9000.

    Saw the AT70 and the head is big !

    Price for the NS9900 is good here, around HK$1100 or S$220.
    What do you mean by big ? Like Wilson's racquet heads ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by z3048018 View Post
    you know, i too was planning to wait and see, but i don't know why i made that phone call during lunch and my friend said that the SP 3UG4 was available....the rest is history...one of my colleague said that he was quoted HKD$1680 for the JP version. my jaw just fell to the floor!!
    I'll definitely be going for the 2U version when I take the plunge. Enjoy it.

    Quote Originally Posted by ice man View Post
    What do you mean by big ? Like Wilson's racquet heads ?
    I'm guessing he means oversized. It is a beginner racket which is probably why it has an oversized head.

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    what is HK coded racket? HK or SP coded?

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    Just for your info, the NS9900 I saw in HK are SP coded, so I think Singapore should have it soon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teoky View Post
    Just for your info, the NS9900 I saw in HK are SP coded, so I think Singapore should have it soon.
    Wowo,$220 does sound like a good price...I just tried Classic sports and checked with Mr Soh, no plans to bring it in yet!

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    What is the difference between the "SP/IP" coded racquets and the "JP" coded racquets?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Chu View Post
    What is the difference between the "SP/IP" coded racquets and the "JP" coded racquets?
    Use the search function..

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    Quote Originally Posted by szekt View Post
    Wowo,$220 does sound like a good price...I just tried Classic sports and checked with Mr Soh, no plans to bring it in yet!
    I think I better clarify, it is HK$11xx but in my original post I said "around HK$1100".

    Don't want people beating down on my door to ask me where to get at exactly HK$1100

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    e78.com.hk quoted a price of $1200hkd for the ns9900 w/bg80, its a okay bargain for a new racquet. and a side thing for those who interested in at700 (old), a IP coded for $1600hkd, i just noticed it when i was browsing around.

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    I just realized badminton tryouts for my school startled on the same day the 9900 came out. I wonder if I should go look for one just to see how it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants View Post
    YONEX NanoSpeed 9900 Review

    Review Date : January – February 2009
    Launch Date : Feb 24 2009
    Racket Type : Yonex NanoSpeed 9900
    Specs : 3UG4
    Strings: Yonex Nanogy98 ( Supplied )
    Tension: 30lbs , 1 Piece Stringing
    Stringing Machine : Yonex ESPRO
    Technology : Nanoscale Technology, Elastic-Ti (GuMMetal) , High Modulus Graphite ,Solid Feel Core + Special Fullerene
    Grip: Original Grip
    Shuttle Used: Yonex Official and Yonex Tournament

    Feel: 9.5/10
    Control: 9.5/10
    Power: 9/10
    Defense: 9/10
    Maneuverability: 9/10

    Ants
    Hi Ants,

    Since you tested the pre-production (or prototype) model, you confirmed that the pre-production model has Elastic-Ti alloy? I thought the production model has Elastic-Ti, but am dissappointed that that it doesn't after physically examining the racquet.

    Adding to the confusion, the Yonex website: http://www.yonex.com/swf/ns9900/main.html

    Mention that the frame is made up of HM Graphite + X-Fullerene
    and the Shaft is made up of HM Graphite + Fullerene.

    Anyway, I think Yonex should name it Nanospeed 8800 instead of 9900. Thanks for the review btw, I think the performance of the racquet is more important.
    Last edited by Badmintan; 02-26-2009 at 09:38 AM.

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    I've find a nice pic on the dutch YONEX Forum:


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    Excellent, thanks for that. So it's a little head heavier and a little more repulsive than the NS9KX

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