Yonex Nanoflare 800 (End Aug 2019 release)

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  1. Ch1k0

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    Yonex Canada is getting 3UG4 and 3UG5 for the Nanoflare 800.
     
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    now available from sclick

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    you’re better off with 4u, 3u is just too much, I’ve a zf2 and Zspeed. They’re both pretty heavy..4u is the way to go
     
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    The NF800 is a very beautiful racket. The finishing is top notch. The decal doesnt look and feel like stickers. Its so smooth and nice to caress.

    The head size is significantly smaller than the NF700.

    The frame, beam and shaft is so thin.
     
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    Warranty disaster waiting to happen?

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    Whoa. Just have to wait and see. It feels solid tho. Doesnt feel hollow like an empty can. The built is nice. Solidly nice.

    The 4UG6 weighs 85g.
    The 3UG5 weighs 90g.

    Its pricey.
     
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    Agreed. Despite how thin the frame is, NF800 feels very solid, surprisingly so.
     
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    Hmph. Party poopers.

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    You mean you're gonna get one? :D
     
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    Huh. I thought I had established early on in the thread that I would get one. I really don't care about racket durability anymore tbh. I work so I can afford at least one easily a month if necessary. But yeah. I just want to get one to try really.

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    Oh, I didn't read the entire thread. Do let us know what you think of it. Are you getting it in 3U?
     
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    With that kinda spec? 3U or go home mate.

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    Yeah 3U or go home [​IMG]

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    I guess i am going home.
     
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    I thought nf800 would be more heavy then nf700 but swing weight for 4u seems to be the same

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    I would bet on the NF800 being the harder hitter though. Stiffer shaft with more compact head. Output should be higher if that's the direct comparison.

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    86 swing weight for 3U? Is it the same as 3u z-speed or lighter? What is the balance point?
     

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