NanoSpeed 7000 Review

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  1. HarunO MusashI

    HarunO MusashI Regular Member

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    hi

    Hi ants.. hmm do u tink that nano 7000 is much more better than ti-10?? maybe in terms in speed.. it might.. but does it have that much power when smashing than ti 10?? btw.. how much to u estimate would it cost when it comes to s'pore?? :)
     
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    Based on the reviews that ANTS has done for us, I would say that the speed of the NS7000 may be a little bit quicker than the Ti-10. However, the Ti-10 would come out ahead as for the power that the racquet can generate.
     
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    You are right.. NS7000 is quicker than ti-10 due to its light head racket.. however in terms of Power Ti-10 have more.

    HarunO: I'm not sure how much it will cost in Spore..but i guess its cheaper than At800s.
     
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    I have a Taiwan racquet that I believe has a Nano shaft. It is a pretty good racquet, quite powerful for its lightweight. But I have another one, from a similar class from the same manufacturer but no Nano shaft or Nano anything, but made from nickel, titanium high modulus graphite, all woven or mesh form, and having a logo of "30T"-the highest material racquet grade for compressive strength-which is much better than the first racquet.
     
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    What's the brand & model of the rackets??

    Thanks.


     
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    It is a Shinny racquet, model Woven Power 004-1. The other one is Nickel-Titanium Woven Mesh model 004-4, with a compressive strength of 30 tons. Both can be strung to 30lbs. Both have been re-balanced, the former to even-balance of 28.5cm and the latter to head-heavy at 31.5cm. :D
     
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    More than 90% of claimed "nano technology" products in Taiwan do not have real nano technology inside. It's just a name that businessman used for promoting sales.

    One famous case: Fleet rackets, don't have nano technology, still named their racket series as "nano" series. Just to fool people who do not a jack about the thing.

    So, in your case, I am in doubt if your rackets really have nano inside since you said they are from TW. :rolleyes:
     
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    i agree. Nano tech is a dream for wannabes, fakes and clones as they don't have to show or prove to you it has nano tech in their products.
     
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    Does it come in 2U and U weight?

     
  10. taneepak

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    No, it comes only in 3U, but the weight is very precise at 84.7gm (between 4U and 3U) for the 3 racquets I have.
     
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    Dear Guys,

    anyone has try Wilson N codes badminton racket?

    Ants, can you please compare your 7000 will Ncodes.
     
  12. HarunO MusashI

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    wilson N codes rackets

    Hmm.. jus wanna ask.. wats so special about wilson N codes rackets.. it seems that it is much more xpensive than cabonex rackets.. i saw it at royal sporting house.. it was like around 150++ i was shockeD :eek:.. is it really tat great?? Also saw some tennis rackets from wilson which also have "n codes" one ting about the wilson badminton rackets.. is that the design of their rackets are Cool!! hope tat yonex rackets could be as nice as those.. :p
     
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    I can't comapre the NS7000 with the Ncode. If i do have one in hand , i will definately try it. But N-Code is more for the Tennis Rackets.
     
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    pls view the thread below
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/forums/showthread.php?t=19937&highlight=ncode
     
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    Wilson is the market leader in applying nanotechnology in racket business: first on tennis quite sometime ago. Now Wilson has a few model "n-code" model on badminton racket.
    We should give recognition to Wilson by buying and trying such that Yonex will not be alway monopolize the Badminton racket. We will have more choices and the racket price of Yonex might be brought down a little bit, I hope.
     
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    My friends' Nano Speed 7000 arrived HK in last Friday and I have a game with him yesterday.

    For N'Pro, his comment is the shaft extremely hard, not a easy racket, but performance is OK.

    For Nano Speed 7000, the head is light when compared with latest YY racket and it is user friendly (he mentioned as easy racket), but he needed some time to adapt the widebody frame.

    Since I have a double game yesterday and it will be a great trouble if use the Nano Speed with crashing......................

    As per his comment and my experience, Hyper Carbon really too hard for badminton rackets.
     
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    Dear Forrest,
    Thank you for the excellent report. May be we need to wait for NS8000 and NS9000 for headheavier. May be YY wants NS7000 to replace MP99 for a balanced racket!!
    I'm also wondering on the N95, N85 of Wilson(you know, the story of MP100 too stiff for someone but MP99 just right kind of thing...) I'm very obssessive to do a justice and give recognition to the Market leader and innovator of putting Nano on Badminton Racket, plus Wilson is good price.

    Thank you thank you. Well done.

    Red

     
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    I heard that NS8000/9000 will be available early next year (the earliest date I'
    ve heard of is Jan-05). No way to confirm it whether it is true, but from the supplier who can get me the NS7000 even earlier than people in Japan.
     
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    Sometimes yonex japan does send their products early to the overseas. But they give instructions to the distributors not to release it until its starting in in Japan.
     
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    NS7000 is already posted on the Racket main page of Yonex Japan Website. It already replaced the AT800's.
     

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