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Yonex Nanoflare 380 Sharp Badminton Racket - £69.99 @ Decathlon
Posted 11th MayPosted 11th May
RRP £120. The next best seller is selling it for £75.99 , however they are nowhere as reputable as Decathlon. Otherwise it's usually priced in the region of £95.99. … Read more

Thank you for the above, I wasn't aware that there were any defects that all.


You are correct is personal preference - from my experience, when you have a head light racket and try to force shots over technique it is less obvious you are damaging your joints with overextension. Compared to a head heavy racket where pain will tell you nearly straight away you are doing it wrong. Increased racket head speed from a racket requires more discipline to maintain (ie timing). It will also inclined to make you lazier on footwork because you can contort your arms in ways you're not supposed to. You can build muscles to compensate for this, but as mentioned imo; its more trouble than its worth. As for issues, its the same for present and previous - Don't have official documentation for the 99 and 'early' batch issues, can you imagine Yonex releasing that? (ninja) Hear it from sellers, obviously you need to know them well before they share this... Past examples would be the AT700, Nanotech 8000X (or whatever that used to be called), FB also had a short stint I think? I ventured onto other brands after those times so I wasn't paying attention to other models, until recently looking at 88D vs 99. Surprisingly 88D is similar (in feel) to the Lining 7000i. Keen to try the 9000d... PS I haven't voted on the deal. (y)


We all have our personal preference and style of play, some players do prefer more head light rackets, so I think it's unfair to say that it's more trouble than it's worth. Do you have any information/links about the defects for the Astrox 99?


Meh, head light rackets, been there done that, more trouble than it's worth. Astorx was good though, however they had a spell of defects for the 99, still giving it a pass. Like you say, got to get back on court first! (zombie)


Good deal

Sharp 4T-C65bl2kf2ab 65 inch TV reduced to clear £349.30 at Tesco Haverfordwest
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Posted 4th MayPosted 4th MayLocalLocal
Found this deal for £349.30 in Tesco Haverfordwest for the sharp 4T-C65bl2kf2ab TV. Toshiba 65UL2063DB also the same price and reduction.

Seen this in my Tesco on 7May,Not this price


Pembrokeshire gang gang


That’s because 13 years ago Sharp was Sharp, it’s not anymore…


It was probably A or A+ on old system. You do know there is a new ratings scale right?


Take a screen with poor image quality, and make it worse, by stretching it to 65 inches. Sometimes bigger is simply worse.

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Sharp 800w 20L Capacity Microwave Oven with 10 Power Levels in Silver - £47.99 Delivered (Using Code) @ hughes-electrical/eBay
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Posted 4th MayPosted 4th May
Bought this a few months and now at a great price with the code. I think I paid £52 before. Product Details The Sharp R270SLM 800W Microwave has Touch control operation & 10… Read more

Great microwave. Got the white version. Only downside is lowest timer is 10 seconds.

Sharp 65inch smart Led 4k tv £499 @ Tesco Surrey
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Posted 25th AprPosted 25th AprLocalLocal
May be it’s vestel set and not made by sharp

Hope this helps anyone.


There's a LG 65 inch at Richer Sounds for £579. No expert so what's the consensus on here? Need to 2 x 65inchers for New house so cant go overboard

Or Foxconn ;) More honestly, it's a UMC so not the old Sharp quality.


That's only in the US. Sharp in Europe outsourced it's TV manufacturing to UMC Poland, but Sharp purchased a majority stake in UMC Poland last year. This Sharp TV is made by UMC, which technically means it's made by Sharp.


Thx, Currys.