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    Quote Originally Posted by dairyboichau View Post
    you might need more sessions to generate the power it wields
    i also switched from an arc10 and have no regrets so far
    but still need more time to adjust =]
    well i got a New ARC10 2U which i think that it has tons of power...... i kind of like it but did not get much chance to use it . due to my sore shoulder

    maybe a 2U ns9900 will be a more powerful weapon ... gosh i am geting addicted to 2U now .....

    well will try the NS9900 more when my shoulder is less sore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants View Post
    He is using a RSL racket. RSL is a tough and durable racket as well.
    must be the JP's

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler View Post
    must be the JP's
    JPs sure is tough. Fortunately most of my rackets is JPs

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants View Post
    Re took some of the pics. All solid JPs.


    Me likey the photo... Thanks Ants!

    But... it just doesn't seem to look as pretty as the NS9000X picture you made a few years ago...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kelvin View Post


    Me likey the photo... Thanks Ants!

    But... it just doesn't seem to look as pretty as the NS9000X picture you made a few years ago...
    Probably NS9000s is more colorful.. really look like Peacock! ehhehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants View Post
    An update on the durability. Had a massive clash during doubles play. Partner (left-handed) did a forehand smash defense return.. i was going to do a back hand return. We clashed massively.. i was thinking.. my gosh.. its gone.. fortunately my NS9900 2UG5 JP survived.. surprisingly no chip.. felt a small scratch. But my partner's racket broke.
    Just wondering, who hit who?
    In most cases, if you hit your partner racket in defending smash, mostly his/her racket will has major problem (even broke).

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    Quote Originally Posted by h4n5ip View Post
    Just wondering, who hit who?
    In most cases, if you hit your partner racket in defending smash, mostly his/her racket will has major problem (even broke).
    my racket was being hit...he whipped his racket all the way..initially i tot mine is gone when i heard the loud sound.

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    Hi guys

    I currently have a armortec 900 technique I am a defensive player who likes to play drop shots would it be worth it to switch to the new nanospeed 9900 ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    Hi guys

    I currently have a armortec 900 technique I am a defensive player who likes to play drop shots would it be worth it to switch to the new nanospeed 9900 ?
    Please follow the questions.
    1) How dose the AT900-t working out for you?
    If good, do not switch.
    2) Are you winning games and happy with your win?
    If yes, do not switch.
    3) Are you having trouble with your arm or wrist?
    If yes, get something else than NS9900
    4) Do you have too much money in o your pocket and don't know how to spend it?
    If yes, donate it to BCBF.

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    I win the majority of my matches but fancied a change + it got a great review from ants thanks very much for your advice !

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    I tested out the NS9900 today. Wow it was a good feeling.

    It was strung with BG 66 @ 26 Lbs and it works wonders. It is lighter that the Arc 10 and has a move solid feel over the Ti-10...

    An excellent racket.It feels like a better brother of the Ti-10. However this baby really cost a bomb...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blurry D View Post
    I tested out the NS9900 today. Wow it was a good feeling.

    It was strung with BG 66 @ 26 Lbs and it works wonders. It is lighter that the Arc 10 and has a move solid feel over the Ti-10...

    An excellent racket.It feels like a better brother of the Ti-10. However this baby really cost a bomb...
    Its pricey.. i agree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blurry D View Post
    I tested out the NS9900 today. Wow it was a good feeling.

    It was strung with BG 66 @ 26 Lbs and it works wonders. It is lighter that the Arc 10 and has a move solid feel over the Ti-10...

    An excellent racket.It feels like a better brother of the Ti-10. However this baby really cost a bomb...
    How much did you pay? in UK, it costs only 120 pounds (or about US$180), before VAT (~15%).

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    Quote Originally Posted by dunmaster View Post
    How much did you pay? in UK, it costs only 120 pounds (or about US$180), before VAT (~15%).
    don't know how to edit the post. here is the correction:

    in UK, it's actually 119 pounds, INCLUDING VAT (which is about 15%). here is the link:

    http://www.centralsports.co.uk/shop....d&product=6911.

    they also offer some free items, such as grip, string, and addition 50% off other items.

    Still, looks like someone in Singapore bought one for US$160, which is a great price too.

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    IMHO, it is the best racquet for all around player. If you are heavy smasher, there are better racquet to go with. I like it at 22.5x25 or 23.5x26 lb with BG80. DO NOT tell the evil empire that I use that tension...

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    Hahaha... The AT700 is the best head heavy racket. NS9900 is the best headlight racket.

    My word Silentheart ... that tension? .5? I think i should use like 30.25 something..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants View Post
    Hahaha... The AT700 is the best head heavy racket. NS9900 is the best headlight racket.

    My word Silentheart ... that tension? .5? I think i should use like 30.25 something..
    what is da best in between?

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