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FS: Li Ning Badminton Racquets

Discussion in 'Buy & Sell - Read the rules sticky before you post' started by Bigfansg, Dec 2, 2012.

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  1. Bigfansg

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    Hi All

    Its Li Ning n95, if I am not mistaken. The blue one is not brought into Singapore so its a SPECIAL piece. Currently, only the red one is being sold in Singapore.

    String is nanogy95. I am using this racket - it can string up to 31-33 pounds :)

    Im selling it for SGD300 per piece and it comes with the string and grip

    Anyone interested, please post here! Thanks for viewing!
     

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    Should you have any queries, please SMS me at 98523651! Thanks for viewing :)
     
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    n95<img src="images/smilies/eek.gif" border="0" alt="" title="EEK!" smilieid="10" class="inlineimg">
     
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    n95:confused::eek:................
     
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    You interested bro?
     
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    No! i believe it's a fake N90II because LN never ever made a blue N90II
     
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    No... I am absolutely sure it is NOT a fake because I got this from an athlete who is currently being sponsored by Li Ning.

    Just because it isn't found in Singapore YET, doesn't really make it a fake ya? :)
     
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    err...i saw so many of it in the china's market, all selling at average price of MYR100~120. anyway, can you state the athlete's name?
    *selling fake products in this forum is illegal :mad:
     
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    Thank you for feedback! As ive said, I'm absolutely sure that this racquet is the real deal as he (the athlete) is using this in training now, as we speak.

    At this current moment, I am unable to provide you his name just yet as it may cause him to get into trouble?

    I trust that he is honest and true but again, thank you once again for your feedback.
     
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    I think the athlete's name is chen long..
     
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    N95 and a blue N90II ??? is there one??? haha.. maybe i am very out-dated... u have any warranty card for these products?
     
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    I don't know, personally I've never heard of N95 or a blue N90-II... Not even in China...
     
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    Nokia n95?lol
     
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    personally I also have not heard of a blue n90II nor an N95. As far as I know Chen Long was using an n55, am I correct?
     
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    n55 is in blue colour?
     
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    the second gen.
    anyway, should we get the Mod to know more about this?
     
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    Not really, N55II is red and silver. N50II is the one with blue.
     
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    looks like a lot of members have doubts on these racquets..... haha.. :p
     
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    first he say is n95 now he say n90ii? Shouldn't the seller know what he is selling?
     

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