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    Quote Originally Posted by twobeer View Post
    I am not to excited about the design :-) reminds pretty much of the good ol ISO ti SP

    ( http://www.bbeshop.com/image1ra/ra_i..._po_red_jp.jpg )

    /Twobeer
    That was the first thought that came into my head too.

    Personally, for the ISO TI SP, I like the original paint job- a mix of black, silver, blue and gold- a lot better:

    http://yonex.ru/images/rs_iso_ti_sp.jpg (Sorry for the puny image; it was the best that I could find)

    But IMO, if I had to choose based on aesthetics between the NS9K and NS9900, I would hands down go with the NS9900.

    Thanks you Ants for your review.

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    NS9900 looks awesome and from ants feel about it, it certainly can be a very nice racquet. I shall give it a go once I get my hands on it.

    Oh yes, what about the stringing pattern? From what I've seen it looks like the specific pattern of a NS9000x/s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YueFei View Post
    But IMO, if I had to choose based on aesthetics between the NS9K and NS9900, I would hands down go with the NS9900.
    Vould not agree more with żou on that

    /TB

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    Quote Originally Posted by twobeer View Post
    Vould not agree more with żou on that

    /TB
    The decals at the bottom of the frame look too much like lollipop to you?

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    wow ns9900 looks like a old school racquet =\ yonex ran out of design ideas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by YueFei View Post
    The decals at the bottom of the frame look too much like lollipop to you?
    Yes, definitvely.. In Sweden there is a candy called "Polkagris".. That kind of what I first associated to..

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    They put the AT900P color (down frame) to be up frame.
    And true the down frame is just like lolipop.
    I don't think is a good combination, too much swivel color on head and down frame.
    But if the playability is good, does color matter?

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    all thsoe swirls, stripes, and mixed patterns are mostly meant to increase difficulty to copy original exactly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twobeer View Post
    Yes, definitvely.. In Sweden there is a candy called "Polkagris".. That kind of what I first associated to..


    You probably don't want people to look at your racket and immediately associate it with that...

    Quote Originally Posted by cooler View Post
    all thsoe swirls, stripes, and mixed patterns are mostly meant to increase difficulty to copy original exactly.
    Haha, now buyers can count the number of stripes to determine whether or not a racket is authentic.

    Well, I guess I prefer symmetry, and the colors on this racket are more menacing than "bling" compared to NS9K. But I can definitely do with fewer swirls.

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    Looks pretty badass, compared to the NS9000 series which looked more friendly and tame.

    Lately all of the new NS series racquets look more aggressive, with darker colours compared to before when they were all bright and silverish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twobeer View Post
    Yes, definitvely.. In Sweden there is a candy called "Polkagris".. That kind of what I first associated to..


    WOAH HAWTTTT

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    Dear Master TB,
    You are gooooood.....
    I am not worthy........
    Your girlfriend's biggest fan!

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    Just looked at some Tennis on TV... Look at the HEAD racket Mauresmo is using..

    hmm....
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    Quote Originally Posted by twobeer View Post
    Just looked at some Tennis on TV... Look at the HEAD racket Mauresmo is using..

    hmm....
    What, master twobeer? Are you implying Yonex "borrowed" ideas from Head for that new tennis racket (RDiS or something) and NS9.9K?

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    The colors of the Head en the number from WINEX NanoTec 9900 hahaha


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    Quote Originally Posted by YY_PLAYER View Post
    The colors of the Head en the number from WINEX NanoTec 9900 hahaha
    Apacs had a model with 9900 in its name but that looks nothing like the NS9.9K either.

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    Wow, this is one ugly racket - looks like a stick of Blackpool rock! Thing is I'll still probably end up buying one, and it might come to grow on me anyway (like the new BMW 5-Series).

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