YangYang NS60 vs Yonex NS7K/NS8K

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  1. khwong

    khwong Regular Member

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    I have been using this YangYang NS60 for 2 months now. It was highly recommended by my regular racket stringer. Really like the overall control of this racket. It's light but can generate real power on my smashes! Before that i had the ti10 which did gave me awesome raw power but it's kinda heavy to my friends but suited me well. Just like to know the difference between YangYang NS60 vs Yonex NS7K/NS8K rackets if you do own them.:confused: I guess YangYang NS60 is a clone of the YY NS7k/8k. Do they feel almost the same? Thought of buying the real thing when i can afford it in the near future. Will hang on to what i have as of now.
     
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    How much you bought it?

     
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    RM160 with BG66 + Bag + Grip
     
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    1. What do u mean by real thing? Yangyang rackets do carry their own brand name and receive fairly good reputation. Clone and fakes are totally different issues.

    2. If u like Yangyang rackets, can get a good deal, why not just stick with it? More expensive might not mean better for everyone. ;)
     
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    1. This is the first time i actually bought a YangYang racket i thought it's a clone of Yonex and no disrespect to YangYang's reputation!

    2. Yes, i will stick with it. What i would really like to know is the difference of this 2 rackets.:)
     
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    hi louis, i noe mega sport is selling this racket too. i will get one by next month.
     
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    how much is this racket in s'pore?
     
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    kh,

    at Singapore, clone racket is much more expensive if compare to Malaysia. :D

    p/s : khwong, i thought you are my clone:D
    why, because my actual name is Wong Kah Heng :D
     
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    but i like the finishing of the Yang Yang Nano-Sensation 90 (nice carbon-kevlar type of finishing at the shaft)

    the drawback of the nano-sensation 90 is that it will be safe if you strung not more than 22Ibs or otherswise the upper part of the frame will crack. ;)
     
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    i intend to buy in JB. tHEY ARE SELLING AT RM150 with bg66,grip but without bag.

    Good deal?
     
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    ha!:D ha!:D ha!:D
    yah whoever is the clone! Wong Kian Hoong VS Wong Kah Heng
    welcome to the BIG Wong clan family!:)
    i thought clone rackets are cheaper in s'pore! I guess i was wrong!
     
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    u mean the YangYang Nano 60?
    mine is a 60! yah! i agree that the finishing is kind of cool looking!
    drawbacks?:confused: I strung mine at 25lbs. Been using for 2 months now and seems to be ok. Even got it re-strung after a month of playing.
     
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    yah Rm150 seems to be a reasonable price even without the bag.
    let me know how does it feels like once u have it!
     
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    does it produce same smashing power as Ti 10. By the way i am malaysian, so i won't buy racket in singapore unless they are not selling in Singapore.
     
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    It seems to me that Yangyang rackets are copying many of Yonex's designs (Mightymuscle 99 for example) nowadays. Awhile back, Yang Yang rackets seemed to sell originals but now it's getting out of hand..

    As for the comparison, I've tried many yang yang "copies" and i usually find that they aren't very similar to their Yonex counterparts.. sometimes Yang yang ones are better, other times the yonex ones stand out more. It's personal preference. I'll try to try out the Yang Yang version of the Nano so I can give you a good synopsis
     
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    no it doesn't produce more smashing power as a ti-10 but better overall control bcos i feel that this racket is really light but gives decent smashing power. I do have both of these rackets. I use the YangYang NS60 for singles and Ti-10 for doubles.
     
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    yeah, i think YangYang rackets are losing their originality and creativity! To be fair, I think most of the other brands do copy Yonex as well. Do let me know the differrence of these two! YangYang NANO vs Yonex NANO
     
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    lol, nowadays why the price for yang yang racket is so cheap? Only around RM 150 - 170... cant believe... even cheaper than proace.. lol...
     
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    consider expensive oredi. Remember, yang yang is not branded, something like giordano in CLOTHING.
     
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    for me :-

    Yang Yang = "Hang Ten"
    ProAce = "Giodano"

    :D:D:D:D:D
     

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