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Li Ning HC/UC/TB/TP etc series

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by LD rules!, Nov 10, 2012.

  1. LD rules!

    LD rules! Regular Member

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    Has anyone used rackets from these ranges before? And if they have can they give more information? Quick summary/review perhaps? :)
     
  2. TheSmasherKing

    TheSmasherKing Regular Member

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    i used to have hc1500 & uc2000a... totally different from high end... i can consider it as low end model.. it is similar to other lower end brand except lining's low end is quite expansive... :) i dont like the feel of hc1500 but i do like uc2000a as it's good forfast drive... :) hc1500 now sold while uc2000a i gave it to my wife...
     
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    I have 2 UC2200B, and I believe Wang Shixian used to use that one (and winning), before switching :). Overall, I believe it's an excellent racket, as it's well balanced and well made (besides the gromments). To me, it worth every penny of the USD$60 I paid. In addition, I did get a chance to demo a feel UC, TP models, and my overall feeling is that LN's lower/mid end (price wise compare to corresponding Yonex) is generally better from both structure and playability. LN tends to be a bit more stiff, which is bit more demanding.

    The biggest problem I have with LN, not only the lower end model, but across the board (also Yonex V70/80, etc) is the quality of gromments. Splitted gromments turn out to be everywhere. After about 2 or 3 months of playing, I have to change 50% or more of the gromments for every single racket...
     
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    Kuniknok Regular Member

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    Anyone have tested Li Ning UC3120, need your inputs please, im looking for a Li Ning Head heavy rackets but not the highend one. TY
     

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