2015 Yonex Nanoray GlanZ (NR-GZ)

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  1. Rob3rt

    Rob3rt Regular Member

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    Lol, this thread is getting funnier with every post. :D
     
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    They've just misspelled Grans
     
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    While I understand the niche carving, how does the price tag begin to convince?...

    Pretty sure they would open wide their eyes even though the eyes are baggy and heavy.... :eek:
     
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    You mean like this? ;)
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    If they want a flexy, dull racquet that can't take more than 24lb they can buy off the shelf at any sports store for less than £30.
     
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    Nope. They are correct.

    The Japs pronounces "r" as a "l"

    JK

    :D:D:D
     
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    #51 told the truth. Yes it's for old man who is not so powerful and swift. They do not need tight stringing, but they have money.
     
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    I generally use bg 80 At 25 or 26 & I didn't string this racquet as I traded it and I don't want to cut them haha
     
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    Have to disagree with you on that, 900 is the best Nanoray to date, better than any Nanospeed.
    Didn't like the smaller sweet spot with Z-Speed but 900 is awesome
    They have to think of a sequel for 900 instead!
    If your play style is deceptive shots, clever plays, fast front net plays , counter attacks, setting up for partner smashing from the back then this racket send the shuttle and delivers FAST. If you're power smasher/ hard hitter, all out attack then VTZF2 is the better choice. Every racket to each play style ^^
     
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    When will it arrive MY shore?
     
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    New photos from Yonex:
    large01.jpg large02.jpg large03.jpg large04.jpg opening.jpg
     
  14. Rob3rt

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    I was thinking of getting this racket - just for fun. But 22 lbs recommended tension?! That's ridiculous!
     
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    LMFAO. A 150€ racket for beginner. Yonex is outta space.
     
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    you can buy a flexy, soft racquet with a low recommended tension for £30 in any sports shop. I know this is marketed towards rich pensioners but I play with a rich pensioner who has visited virtually every country in world and he doesn't pay anymore than £20 on a racquet.
     
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    No, it's 209€. :D
     
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    far too expensive
     

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