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    Hey guys, those of you who owns a Nano9900. Which version do you have? I have a 2U which I bought accidentally instead of a 3U. Is it worth getting the 3U one?

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    Just curious, which one has faster swing speed : NS9900 or Z-Slash ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by surajaya View Post
    Just curious, which one has faster swing speed : NS9900 or Z-Slash ?
    IMO NS9900 is faster

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    I just brought NS-9900 LTD (TH CODE) (green color)

    this racket is so worthy

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    had a 3U in SP, then swap it with an Z. now have a pair of 9900 1X3U JP, 1X2U SP

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    personally i think the new 9900 LTD is way over priced. its more expensive than the original 9900 (not a bit) and is it worth of pay that much just for a LTD? not really. i heard there are some changes in the newer version which is a bit stiffer and smashing is better. but im not entirely sure with that. is it that significantly better than the original 1? probably not. but at the end of the day, i havnt tried them so i cant tell are there actually a difference. hope someone here can share with more info!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DreamSeeker View Post
    personally i think the new 9900 LTD is way over priced. its more expensive than the original 9900 (not a bit) and is it worth of pay that much just for a LTD? not really. i heard there are some changes in the newer version which is a bit stiffer and smashing is better. but im not entirely sure with that. is it that significantly better than the original 1? probably not. but at the end of the day, i havnt tried them so i cant tell are there actually a difference. hope someone here can share with more info!
    In Malaysia, the retail price (before discount) of 9900 ltd is lesser than the original version; rm899 v rm929.

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    ooooo thats good!! in HK it cost 1480 to orginial at 1080... after discount

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    All,
    I ve ns9900, I plan to to buy ns9000
    Any pro n cons over ns9900?
    Also if the x or s version r better?

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    I want to increase my speed in my MD games
    Any advise..nano ray don't seem helping with it's wide body swing

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    Why don't you get a NS7000\instead. ..

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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    Why don't you get a NS7000\instead. ..
    Why ns7700?

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    the 9000X is better only if you think the 9900 is not stiff enough for you, the 9000x possibly a bit better in smashing (coz the shaft is stiffer)

    I currently own a pair of 9900, I really liked it, suits very well with my hand. The swinging speed is good, feel very comfortable in net shots and pushes

    The weakness about 9900 is the smashing isnt as solid and it demands a lot from your wrist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DreamSeeker View Post
    The weakness about 9900 is the smashing isnt as solid and it demands a lot from your wrist.
    Agreed. One can compensate for the solid smashing by having sore wrist.

    The type X has thicker frame/shaft and is less aerodynamic in shape compared to NS9900.

    NS9000X felt easier on the wrist compared to NS9900.
    Last edited by Badmintan; 11-05-2011 at 11:47 PM.

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    I own most of the yonex latest model. For me (i play only doubles), it offer best in all aspects.

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    NS-9900ltd and NANORAY 700RP & 700FX

    is the best for double !

    I love it

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    Quote Originally Posted by DreamSeeker View Post
    the 9000X is better only if you think the 9900 is not stiff enough for you, the 9000x possibly a bit better in smashing (coz the shaft is stiffer)

    I currently own a pair of 9900, I really liked it, suits very well with my hand. The swinging speed is good, feel very comfortable in net shots and pushes

    The weakness about 9900 is the smashing isnt as solid and it demands a lot from your wrist.

    bro,
    so u confirm ns9900 has slimmest frame and shaft to ns9000 s/x ? therefore better aerodynamic
    so do u mean stiffness level : ns9000x >ns9900 >ns9000s ? therefore ns9000x more power in smash?
    any comment on ns9000s as i heard its much easier to usage..

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