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Li Ning Rackets Fan Club :)

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by tckang, Sep 16, 2009.

  1. gerald1994

    gerald1994 Regular Member

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    Yeah i know nearby my house the Badminton shop in Keat hong shopping centre( At cck) sells it! It comes with a silver box with lots of freebies! It is selling for $455 dollars! If you're interested u can contact the store owner Louis Ong +65 9787 8805, I think theres even delivery service haha XD

    If anyone actually used the limited edition, do tell me how it feels! Im interested in that!! ahah! :)
     
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    Hi,
    Can someone here post a review on Flame N50 if you have tried them before? Many thanks.
     
  3. arcaloveher

    arcaloveher Regular Member

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    where can i get li ning racket off retail price in Selangor, Malaysia?

    places like the official concept store, sports direct, royal sporting house etc are all selling at retail price :(

    looking for n36 and n50-II
     
  4. Ferrerkiko

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    Hi All : As i am getting another spare racket for my current N90 Ist generation. Anybody know any racket is as stiff and balancing point if higher then N90 Ist gen, is Z force yonex higher, and can it string to 30 tension .. ?

    Thanks
     
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    Try E Lin collection @ Pandan Indah, they giv good discount.
    Last i saw the N36 is sold out. Do give them a call before going over.
     
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    Bro, can u check mine...
    It is weird...
    4109 5143 9303 5782
     
  7. leo11

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    Li Ning racket
    mid stiff
    Head Heavy (not so head heavy)
    offensive
    for double back court player
    pls help ???
     
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    n70 or n55ii
     
  9. leo11

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    can we put N50II?
    somebody pls share N50II vs N55II.
     
  10. BlueTornado

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    N50II slower, more powerful, a little more head heavy. N55II the opposite of that, i.e., faster, not as powerful, more balanced.
     
  11. leo11

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    I see. so N55II more suited to double games! :rolleyes:
     
  12. BlueTornado

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    Yes, I'd probably say so. The N50II is rather heavy so it's not as good on defense or as maneuverable. It might be good for back court smashers but it'll suffer in other areas relative to the N55II. The N55II is the more balanced racket overall. I think that a lot of the Chinese national team mens doubles use it. Not sure though, cmiiw.
     
  13. leo11

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    but I heard that china single players like chan jin and chan long are both using N55II.
    So I thought N55II is good for single games.
    correct me if I wrong.
    I m looking for my first Li Ning racket. :rolleyes:
     
  14. BlueTornado

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    I don't know what they're using, but who said they can't all use it... just go for the N55II, it's a solid choice.
     
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    many thanks BlueTornado !!! :)
     
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    They're using the first gen. N55II is almost exclusively used by doubles players - Xu Chen before the N80, Hong Wei, Shen Ye, Guo Zhendong (not sure if he always uses it though),...& several others :)
     
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    oh i see. thanks j4ckie :)
    I guess N55II is what i m looking for!!
     
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    Hi all, i own n90II but i dont know about what string should i use, any suggestion?Playing double and like offensive play, thx
     
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    There is no 'right' string for any racket, it's more a question of personal preference and many other things (like how hard&clean you hit,....). Personally, I'd advise you to go with a 0.65-0.68 diameter. Good repulsion is nice on a stiff racket like the N90II...
     
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    What do you thing about nanogy95 or lining ap101? Thxx
     

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