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Li Ning Strings

Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by Ferrerkiko, Nov 6, 2009.

  1. LD rules!

    LD rules! Regular Member

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    I will take your word for it, 28lbs it is, hopefully it will last a long time.
     
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    The worst that can happen is restringing....;) The thin string is such a joy to play with.
     
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    agreed, is their much chance that the string can break during stringing @ 28lbs, if it is done by an experienced stringer ?
     
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    There is always a chance of a mistake, but I tihnk it is unlikely.
     
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    I'm a stringer, and I didn't find it any different from stringing the regular BG65, except that it super easy going through the grommets. Just because of the thinness, I thought it wouldn't have lasted one hour of playing....but here it is still going after 10 hours of playing!!
     
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    Thats good to know, I am going to place an order for 10 packs of AP62, hopefully that will take me up until 2011 on my two SW35's, actually I was planning on buying a stringing machine, but thats for a different thread.

    Keep me up to date with how long the AP62 last

    Thanks Jamesd20 for your response as well :)
     
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    Make sure you keep us updated with your experience with the AP62 as well, LD rules! Have fun.
     
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    I love AP62.....thin & powerful like ZM62, but grippy too. I have it in a racket strung @26lbs & used for approximately 20hrs at least to date & no issues.
     
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    Thank you. Seems like the AP62 is more durable and performs similar to the ZM62. Will try to procure some and the SOTX HS-63 too.

    Justin.
     
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    Has anyone tried out the Li-Ning 95's and does anyone know the stats of the N95's.
     
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    I mean Li-Ning NS95 strings.
     
  12. LD rules!

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    chilli, is your AP62 still going ?
     
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    Played another 4 hours since the last time...still no notching or fraying yet...very impressed with the string. I still find the tension pleasantly playable. May restring next week @ about the 20 hours of play, just to feel how much tension has been lost. What about your findings, LD rules? Like it...love it...or it's like .. ok?
     
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    I haven't ordered mine yet, been quite busy, but will order them in the next week or so, and hope to have them on my rackets by between the next 10-14 days
     
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    I would like to share with badminton fans who are also Lin dan fans , Li Ning (LiNing) ACCUPOWER 90, AP 90 is Lin dan's choice of Li ning String , I wonder how true it is,, any bros got try this string before .. ?
     
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    yes sir its a good one :)
     
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    So Bro , how is this AP 90 string compare to Yonex BG 66, BG 80 ?
     
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    much better in control, pwer shots and much longer lasting . i strung mine at 26lbs.
     
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    2day i also strung tat Ap90 on my racket...
    but havent try yet...
    don knw will better than bg68ti??
     
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    Has anyone tried AP101N? Was surprised it cost almost as much as Nanogy98 here in Singapore.
     

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