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Li Ning Grip

Discussion in 'Grip' started by Amin Khalili, Nov 18, 2009.

  1. Amin Khalili

    Amin Khalili Regular Member

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    I saw Li Ning badminton grip available in Malaysia.So anyone know/tried it lately?Any review or comment about it?Any reply are really appreciated.
    Thank you ....
     
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    I have tried the Li ning towel grip, not bad , as good as victor !
     
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    how much u got ur LN towel grip for? and where at may i ask?
     
  4. Ferrerkiko

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    I bought at mustafa at $3.90
     
  5. Amin Khalili

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    I saw synthethic one, really interest to buy it!!!I dont want buy yonex beta or mega, its look worst ... !!
    Li Ning have better design, but I dont know how good is the feeling and the quality are. I really want to try that overgip!!Lucky its in reasonable price!!
     
  6. Amin Khalili

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    Guys, I tried Li Ning synthetic grip.I choose the high end li ning grip.Its tacky and comfy!I love it!!!!Now I getting love to Li Ning!!At first I dont have much confidence on its technology but now I do!
     
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    Is the synthetic grip you're talking about the GP306?
     
  8. Amin Khalili

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    Im not very sure about it since I dont remember the model code ... But it is tacky
     
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    amin which shop did u get the grip??? which area???
     
  10. Amin Khalili

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    I went to Pertama Complex,the shop the same line as Racquet World.They had contacted with Li Ning,and I think they love Li Ning.And me too!
    N90 Woods and others already available there,but you need to ask the seller to give it to you,because they didnt put it at their shop yet.They just keep it in store for awhile.
     
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    Hi bro : Pertama Complex is at which of Malaysia, N90 cheap there ?
     
  12. Amin Khalili

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    I asked him,he said RM860,how much is the in Singapore?BTW,they done have coded like Yonex do isnt it?Like SP,JP,IP and etc .. All of it is CH right?

    Pertama Complex is in Kuala Lumpur,beside Sogo,they are many badminton shop there.
     
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    If i convert it , is around sing $353, in singapore is $342 after discount. Li ning only got china version , u sure got JP , IP version .. could it be fake one!?
     
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    No,I curious about it.So I just ask it....
     
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    ok,grip GP62 the best grip very tacky,confrim soft?better try it RM35.90 pack 2 in 1
     
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    my bro bought a li nin grip at rm7 ..IT SUCKS it literally felt like double sided tape taped on the handle ....no cushion at all and way too tacky ..just go for others ...
     
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    Li Ning towel grip is very comfortable but not for small hands.
     
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    some of lining grips...
     
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    I decide to buy a Li Ning towel grip
     
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    how thin is the LN towel grip, I have been looking to source some thin towel grip recently as all the stuff I have is too thick.
     

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