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Li Ning - Racquet & Bag Pictures

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Oldhand, Jun 23, 2009.

  1. Oldhand

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    The N90 Woods retails locally for a hefty SGD 489.
    It comes with a simple bag that holds 3 racquets.
     

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    testing new shining digital camera on new shining racket? :D

    thanks for letting view your new lover. how about another review after a while with this new racket?
     
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    LOL the cone says "LD" on it ..haha niceee....
     
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    The AXJD064-1

    Li Ning's largest racquet bag is one designed for 9 racquets.
    The model is AXJD064-1 (er, why not something simple?)

    It has three large full-length compartments, three side pockets and a spacious shoe glove.

    The good thing is that the bag's capacity is well understated.
    The bag easily holds 14 racquets, a pair of shoes, grips, bands, powder, towels, extra shirts, a change of clothes, two tubes of shuttles and the usual personal accessories.

    My Technifibre bag is as long, wide and deep as the Li Ning bag.
    But it holds at most 6 racquets if I were to pack all the stuff above.
     

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    so how much did you get it for?
     
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    I like the tiny label that says 'Shoes'.
    It always helps to tell people what something is for :D

    I won't be changing my views until Li Ning drops its price :p
     
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    Ah, the impatience shows :D
     
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    hard to get that kind design nowadays.
    easy to place-in and take out the shoe.
     
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    Price Tags

    The big bag will retail here from July for SGD 139.90.
    I got this advance release for SGD 121 (there's one left).
    The plastic factory wrap had a China price tag - it's RMB 539.

    The bag size is given as 76cm x 30cm x 31cm.
    Incidentally, the empty bag weighs quite a bit.
     

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    oh yes, i'm keen to find that bit of info out since you seem to know your way around the shops.
    :)
     
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    nice... imo i think Li Ning designs their bags more nicer than their rackets...
     
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    To me, the Woods N90 is quite unlike most of my current racquets.
    But it does feel like the Armortec 700 (Limited) when you pick it up.
    The many differences show up only when you begin to play with it :)
     

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    2nd photo, right
    is that a fake Li Ning racket? :p
     
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    Well, it's been quite a long wait for these things to arrive.
    I placed my order in early May, before the Sudirman Cup began.

    At that time, I was told the top racquet would cost SGD 350, the bag SGD 120 and the (red) shoes SGD 200. The racquet and shoes have since been priced higher.

    By the way, I haven't got the shoes or the grips yet.
    They forgot the grips and also sent me smaller shoes :(
     
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    Haha, it's indeed a pretender :D

    I had them first stencil an Apacs Nanotec 700 Limited (a lookalike of the Yonex AT-700 Limited) to see if the ink would kill my strings.

    The one in the centre is the Yonex Armortec 700 Limited :)
     
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    Nice info and pics. I have the black version of the 3-compartment Li-Ning bag coming.

    How is the construction, fit and feel of the Li-Ning bag versus Yonex? Thanks!
     
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    You bag doesn't help you lunge and do all those badminton stuff like my Yonex.
     
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    the Li Ning bag design and quality looks quite good.looks a bit like a luggage(the design).i think the black version that dinkalot was mentioning is being used by some singapore players but i think the material and construction is diff
     
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    wow, these bags loom verynice.
    btw, i like that racket collection, Oldhand. looks so very nice.
    Especially that Nano 900 Power Red.
     
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    The bag is all polyester with a sturdy lining :)
    The zippers (to me, a critical part) are good too.

    I'd rate it above a similar-size Yonex bag.
     

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