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Li Ning n36 vs n55ii vs n90ii (S-Type)

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by ZeroSOFInfinity, Apr 17, 2013.

  1. ZeroSOFInfinity

    ZeroSOFInfinity Regular Member

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    Guys, my friend is going to China soon, and he say can get cheap Li Ning rackets there. I have 3 choices in my mind - n36,, n55ii and n90ii (S-Type).

    I only have enough money to get one of the 3 - so which one should I go for? Note that I am playing offensive doubles most of the time, and is currently using F9 Ltd and BS LYDn.
     
  2. DannyYan

    DannyYan Regular Member

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    no doubt.n90ii>n36>n55ii
     
  3. Boggieeiggob

    Boggieeiggob Regular Member

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    Well N90ii is definitely the smasher racquet but if you're playing doubles then I'd say avoid the N90Ii because it's not good for doubles so I'd say maybe the 55ii but I haven't tried that one. I'm basing it on the guess that it may be slightly similar to the 50ii
     
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    I only have the N55II (strung with BG80 at 12.5 kg). And it is a very good racket for double: repulsive, powerful, manoeuvrable and relatively precise. A little bit less head heavy than my N90I.
     
  5. Elisha

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    Just make sure its not fake.
     

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