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Li ning 3D Break Free

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by chewablemorphin, Jan 24, 2014.

  1. chewablemorphin

    chewablemorphin Regular Member

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    Does anyone know what this 3D Break free tag means? I got the lee yong bo M73 racket. The frame is kind of triangular shaped. I've noticed a lot of their newer rackets have this tag but don't know what it means. Thanks!
     
  2. malinosega

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    I always think it is sort of 'brake'-free which makes more sense to me cos it reduces air pressure. Lol:D

    or they refer 'break' as intervals. Yea that works too. But basically it s the bravesword frame.
     
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    chewablemorphin Regular Member

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    So I don't get see like a dragon or something if I put 3D glasses on?
     
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    i want a product which, if my opponent puts 3d glasses on, the racket makes me appear like a gigantic dragon with a huge tail! so he'd hand the match to me and run away scared ;)

    i haven't seen it yet... no info on the website or latest manual?
     
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    Soon enough LiNing will start put up the word "KungFu", "Panda", "Taichi", "Shaolin", "Great Wall", "Yuan",..etc... on their hi end rackets. Basically any word-play originated from China that can be used for marketing gimmick without clear purposes what their functions are. Meanwhile for their low-mid end rackets, would still use some unknown numeric alphabet that even their QC team doesn't know their meaning!
     
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    If it s possible to write a poem on a rice grain i bet they can write story of 3 kingdoms in a racket:D. That d be very very cool.
     

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