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Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by fiq_axis, Jan 13, 2015.
Lol, this thread is getting funnier with every post.
They've just misspelled Grans
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....
You mean like this?
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.
Yonex English website has the racquet up already.
Flex is listed as 'flexible' hence the low tension only.
OK - that big head looks ridiculous to my eye. The string pattern is so wide as well!
Nope. They are correct.
The Japs pronounces "r" as a "l"
#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.
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
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 ^^
When will it arrive MY shore?
New photos from Yonex:
I was thinking of getting this racket - just for fun. But 22 lbs recommended tension?! That's ridiculous!
German review is already up: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A209CK1NPh8
LMFAO. A 150€ racket for beginner. Yonex is outta space.
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.
The reviewer look like he smoked some pot.
No, it's 209€.
far too expensive