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Li ning n55ii vs n50ii

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Brandon141, Aug 5, 2012.

  1. Brandon141

    Brandon141 Regular Member

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    i cant decide on which racket to choose n55ii or n50ii both are affordable at £120 but from reading on the forums i still cant make my mind up
    my play style is all out aggressive and i play singles mostly and doubles but im said to be more better at doubles cause of my power play... :D

    so the n55ii is a medium flex with a bp of 295
    and the n50ii is a medium flex with a bp of 290
    however i seen more people like the n50ii more so does anyone have a review to share?
    thanks :)
    btw i own a li ning n90 so if that should help u in any way
     
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    ariffd93 Regular Member

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    Hi bro, i suggest n55, it was a bit stiff, and provide solid hitting
     
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    quixilver Regular Member

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    I vote for N55II... because it looks way better LOL :D
     
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    SleepyEyedBoyZ Regular Member

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    Get both. Use them and whichever you don't like, sell it. :)
     
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    Are you referring to N90 I or II ?
    If you are having N90I, N50II is like a more forgiving version of N90, N50II head is lighter, thus overall racket weight is more even.
    Bare in mind that Lin Dan used N50II on an exhibition match against Taufik and Lee Chong Wei, and he used N50I against Lee Chong Wei on Hongkong Open 2012 Semi Final. Additionally, other players who had used N90I before, for example Wang Xiao Li changed to N80, Jan o Jorgensen changed to N80 but converting back to N90I shortly after and Qiu Zi Han being a user of N90I now wield N50II.
     
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    Hey it's been a while since I posted this, I was referring to the n90-I. I bought the N50-II a few months ago its a great racket too bad I broke it in doubles :/ but now I'm more in love with my arcsaber z-slash and voltric 80.
    Cheers
     
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