Yonex ArcSaber Z Slash Review

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by ants, Jul 26, 2009.

  1. twobeer

    twobeer Regular Member

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    hmm.. I think you have completely missunderstood Nanotubes if you think CNT (cup-shaped or tube shaped) flexes MORE than non cnt graphite :)

    Cup stacked nano structures have more flex than tube but... that is another thing :)

    /Twobeer
     
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    Just explaining my experiences with the ARC stuff (cup stack CNT) and AT900 and NS9000 (elastic ti).... I'm sure Mizuno does completely different stuff with CNT.
     
  3. ants

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    All of you guys are like Rocket Scientist.
    Meanwhile, i would like to apologize for the delay of the Review Posting. Im sure many of you are waiting for it. At the moment, still dont have the chance to really give the racket some hrs of usage due to my hectic schedules and added the test have to be done discreetly.I will do my best in giving you quality review about the new weapon. The time will come... :). Thank You for your patience. Will post it once i have the opportunity to do so.
     
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    z3048018 Regular Member

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    i'm logging in everyday hoping to read something....work comes first ok!!
     
  5. ignatius95

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    Yeah!! Me too, i am logging in everyday, just hoping to read the review :crying:
    BTW we are both from Hong Kong :p
     
  6. Easy Tiger

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    This whole thing smacks of büllsh¡t guerilla marketing. I hope this thing is as crap as the NS9900.

    :)
     
  7. mokmatthew

    mokmatthew Regular Member

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    Me to!!!
    I am also from HK...:D
     
  8. LD rules!

    LD rules! Regular Member

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    are you mad the 9900 is a great racket
    You should try one instead of commenting on something you don't know about
     
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    No arguments people :).

    Everyone is individual and has their own racket preferences:p.
     
  10. LD rules!

    LD rules! Regular Member

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    I agree however you should not make a negative comment about something you have never tried before as that kinds of stuff can influence someone decision
     
  11. ignatius95

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    I am using NS9900.......AND IT's QUITE A GOOD RACKET:mad:
     
  12. LD rules!

    LD rules! Regular Member

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    I also have a nanospeed 9900 that is why I am angry over easy tiger a comments
     
  13. LD rules!

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    Can't wait for the review however
     
  14. Easy Tiger

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    Aww diddums. :p

    :cool:
     
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    LD rules! Regular Member

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    I am just going to ignore this rubbish
    If you haven't tried the ns9900 then don't comment on it this thread was meant for the arcsaber z slash not on whether or not you think the ns9900 is a rubbish raceuet
     
  16. Easy Tiger

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    LMAO you're so easily antagonised it's not even funny.

    Oh wait, it is!

    Einstein, I have tried the 9900, and I reckon it's the most overrated racket ever, just as this Yonex Dragonball Z is the most hyped racket ever. I have no idea why you just assume I haven't tried the 9900, because nowhere have I said I haven't. You're just making **** up and it makes you look like a badly researched cry-baby 12 year old.

    :D
     
  17. mokmatthew

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    Sorry to interrupt you guys arguments,
    but for myself I don't think NS9900 is a good racket. I have used it for many times but later on I decide to sell it. The racket is too head light and "too" fast. This makes me hit the frame always! Besides, I found NS9900 is very weak in smashing. IMHO, NS9000X is far better than NS9900.

    So, I expect and hope that this Arc Z Slash will be a far better racket!:D
     
  18. LouisW

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    But Malaysia 1st doubles , Tan Boon Heong can produce powerful smash with this racquet :D

    So, racquet is secondary, skill and timing is still important.
     
  19. silentheart

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    GENTLEMEN,
    NS9900 might not suit you. But it does not make it a bad racquet. Just like both AT900 are not the racquet for me, it does not make them bad racquet. Same as Sir DinkALot's Ultra. It is just too stiff for my use. But it is a great racquet he design for him and his purpose. Just like Mr LousiW said. Racquet is secondary. Also true as Mr Mokmatthew said, NS9000-x is a better racquet in his opinion. However, please be nice to other member. No need to piss other off by posting stupid comment. Just wait for Ants' and others reviews when time come.
    Peace!
     
  20. heroclass

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    yea that is right nn990 is *** man and of course skills and timing is crucial any racquet will do but having an expensive racquet can add on to that
     

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