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    Quote Originally Posted by Athelete1234 View Post
    Flandy's partner uses the NS9900...
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    LCW has been testing this at the AE..
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    ...and very nearly lost!

    He switched to the AT-900P.
    Perhaps more nerves than feel
    I meant who will be carrying as an icon for this racket

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    Quote Originally Posted by h4n5ip View Post
    I meant who will be carrying as an icon for this racket
    could be lee chong wei.
    look at the yonex website..

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    Quote Originally Posted by jebatdurhaka View Post
    saw one yesterday at AJ in Puchong (Malaysia). the color is black/orange, SP code. the price quoted to me is RM690 (with bag, grip and bg66) ..

    another shop nearby, GV .. no stock yet, but quote me RM680 (with bag, grip and bg66) .. RM10 cheaper ..

    planning to buy, once i've improved my skill to advanced level .. (long way to go) as a gift for my self !!
    haha.... the only 1 in AJ i bought already yesterday. I go GV ask for the price he code me RM690+ no stock need to order & wait 2 weeks time.. Then i strick go buy from AJ, uncle very friendly.... I bring 1 fleet beg 3 compartment exchange APACs beg (but my fleet beg really good quality and i bought it last time very exp)~ no extra charges... ^^ BUT uncle mis-string YY BG80 for me UNCLE: I WANT BG85..... haiz... already strung... nvm wait 1 more months i restring loh. wat to do~! Uncle tell me tat this NP9900 very hard to get string n maybe Sunrise juz reserve for his big customer first: Racquet World in Pertama Complex...he get only 1 nia...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldhand View Post
    I'm sorry but I don't know... I have never used a 2U racquet
    Really?

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    Hi Oldhand, what are the advantages of 2U cf to 3U?
    Thanks.
    2U is heavier, so if you can swing it fast, you'll get more power (due to the added mass) than the same racket in 3U. They're also more durable and can take higher tensions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stussy99 View Post
    haha.... the only 1 in AJ i bought already yesterday. I go GV ask for the price he code me RM690+ no stock need to order & wait 2 weeks time.. Then i strick go buy from AJ, uncle very friendly.... I bring 1 fleet beg 3 compartment exchange APACs beg (but my fleet beg really good quality and i bought it last time very exp)~ no extra charges... ^^ BUT uncle mis-string YY BG80 for me UNCLE: I WANT BG85..... haiz... already strung... nvm wait 1 more months i restring loh. wat to do~! Uncle tell me tat this NP9900 very hard to get string n maybe Sunrise juz reserve for his big customer first: Racquet World in Pertama Complex...he get only 1 nia...
    Stock not String, sorry~

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldhand View Post
    ...and very nearly lost!

    He switched to the AT-900P.
    Perhaps more nerves than feel
    Yeah I agree, a bit off topic, but yesterday, I noticed Boe of Denmark in AE 2009 SF, switches from Head Metallix to Yonex Arcsaber 10.

    He made so many critical errors that turn the tide in the 2nd set.
    His nervous system and muscles are so in tuned with the ex racquet that he lost touch with the Arcsaber 10. Fu and Cai, whom used the same racquets for years promptly dispatched Boe and Morgensen.

    Anyway Ants was right, the NS9.9K stiffness felt like between NS9K S & X, although rated as stiffer than type X. The racquet tied with strings felt a little head heavy but overall, it's actually very similar to NS9K type X.

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    I just had a chance to try out the new NS9900. I am ditching my old classy lady (Cab30ms) and going with NS9900. The one I have is a 3UG4 strung with BG80 at 22.5x25 lb. It feel even balanced with a little head light. My first shot, the NS9900 already talking to me. The clear is strong and far, smash is powerful and accurate. Back court drop is tight and just over the net. Control is just superb. Racquet is fast and can be turn and return smash and block with ease. I love the feed back from the NS9900. This might be the best badminton racquet YY made so far.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentheart View Post
    I just had a chance to try out the new NS9900. I am ditching my old classy lady (Cab30ms) and going with NS9900. The one I have is a 3UG4 strung with BG80 at 22.5x25 lb. It feel even balanced with a little head light. My first shot, the NS9900 already talking to me. The clear is strong and far, smash is powerful and accurate. Back court drop is tight and just over the net. Control is just superb. Racquet is fast and can be turn and return smash and block with ease. I love the feed back from the NS9900. This might be the best badminton racquet YY made so far.
    Such good word from a long-time Cab30 user... I may really need to give this one a shot too .

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    i am still waiting for dinker's review of this new bamboo stick.

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    I'm not so sure he'll be trying it anytime soon. He seems intent on creating his own racket and also mainly using Apacs products.

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    any body experience any breaking of this racquet? is it more tougher then other nanospeed?

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    Hi can I ask if I am happy with everything about NS9000S except that it feels a bit too headlight for my liking, will getting NS9900 address the problem?Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by szekt View Post
    Hi can I ask if I am happy with everything about NS9000S except that it feels a bit too headlight for my liking, will getting NS9900 address the problem?Thanks
    It won't.

    But for the cosmetic redesign, the 9000X and the 9900 are the same racquet.
    (The S is, well, less stiff.)
    And like UHMG, NANO, CRAP, etc, there's a new set of such words

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    Bought a ns9900 at Pertama racquet world. RM700 with strings and grip. But changed it to bg66 sharp and yonex grip, so add rm40

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gold- View Post
    any body experience any breaking of this racquet? is it more tougher then other nanospeed?
    It is too early to tell. But from my stringing with this racquet, it is a tougher one to break.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldhand View Post
    It won't.

    But for the cosmetic redesign, the 9000X and the 9900 are the same racquet.
    (The S is, well, less stiff.)
    And like UHMG, NANO, CRAP, etc, there's a new set of such words
    Thanks Oldhand; think I have finally made up my mind to get AS10 and try if it suits me; reckon if things dont work out, still have my NS9000S to fall back on, heehee

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    Just to say I didn't like the Nanospeed 9900 when trying it out.

    My friend thought of buying it because he had a Nanospeed 9000 like you ^^ ^^ - and when he bought it he hated it

    So he fell back on his 9000's

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