Yonex Nanoflare 800 (End Aug 2019 release)

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  1. sy0182003

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    How is NF800 compared to ns9000x and ns9900?
     
  2. Leemarc28

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    2 generation era difference
    Nanospeed..... Nanoray....... Nanoflare
     
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    Tbh sometimes that doesn't mean much. Anyway, nf800 is head heavier than ns9900. It feels stiff and solid, like nr900.
     
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    Posted in one of the Facebook groups. Hmmmm... [​IMG][​IMG][​IMG]
     
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    more user friendly zpd IMO, smashes steep and drives are fast :D yum yum
     
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    Is it more maneuverable than ZSP? Both 3U
     
  7. Leemarc28

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    Bro. You use 3u or 4u Nf800 ? I've got Nf700 and surprising the 4u is quite nice to play with. Not too light. Don't really feel like 4u more towards light 3u. Don't know if Nf800 weight is same like Nf700 since they use same technology mx40 hmg.
     
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    Interesting racket, but does it feel a slight heavy on the head? dry BP 295?
    As of now, Im actually fall in love with VT80E 3UG5, I have one already and i like it a lot. Going to get another one hopefully today. I think VT80E is better than JPX LTD, but JPX LTD is faster.
     
  9. Vivek Bagadhi

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    Yep folks at Racquetforce measured the Dry BP. 295MM it is

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    Nice info. I will buy it soon :D today? :D Let see
     
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    could you post a pic of frame profile? it seems to be good old box, thanks
     
  13. hm_andhika

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    Im going to pick them up on Wed. Perhaps someone else can take some pictures for you.
     
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    Feels similar to dzs - head size, shaft, bp is 5mm~ less

    nt sure why, but my nf800 copy weighs about 4-5g more than dzs, similar setup, both 3u. Could be 2 extreme end of 3u
     
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  15. Vivek Bagadhi

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    Pics of frame profile please, to know whether it is a box or whatever frame shape it is Thank you.
     
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    it really looks very similar - string pattern, shaft length. Is it just me or does the duozs have a thinner shaft?
     
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    I had a quick glance in store, it is very much like a box frame.
     
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    if u compare 4U the NF800 will stil be heavier compared to the NF700, if you prefer attacking i will recommend to get the 3U for faster/steeper smashes but if you wish to go easier on the wt then 4U will also be good enough as the 4U still provide a steep/fast/powerful smash compare to the 4U NF700
     
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    Thanks for the important info for those planning to get the Nf800. 3u for those who like the weight of DZS (probably more heavier as posted by yoman) and 4u for those Who like the weight of Nf700 (slightly heavier due to slight hh).
     
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    Arcsaber frame profile. But a **** ton more solid.

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