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Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by pentiuminside, Jan 3, 2011.
LiNing Racket Chart Update
Who wrote that?? And thanks for the chart Core i7
MC (Multi Control) Series
Multi Control Series provides enlarged sweet spot for consistent of off-centered hits.
The dynamic Optimum Frame technology enhances he stability and durability of the rackets.
The perfect blend of heavy racket head and soft shaft is suitable for defensive and drop shot playing tactics.
ES (Extra Skill) Series
Extra Skill Series is specially designed for player who prefer racket with light frame and soft shaft.
With the integration of exclusive Li-Ning technology such as Aerotec Beam System, the air resistance is reduced tremendously.
This enables the player to maneuver the racket with ease.
PM (Pro Master) Series
Pro Master Series is the best choice for all-rounder players.
By adopting medium weight frame, medium shaft flexibility and Wing Stabilizer System, PM series is suitable for players with both offensive and defensive playing tactics.
MP (Mega Power) Series
Mega Power Series uses Multi Polymer Carbon Fiber Reinforcing Technology to strengthen the rackets by adding multiple layers of carbon fiber at specific points.
The increment in weight at racket head and enhancement of the shaft flexibility, improve the overall strength and durability.
MP series is a perfect choice for powerful players.
US (Ultra Sharp) Series
Ultra Sharp Series offers light weight rackets with elastic shaft.
One can benefit from the power snap back action when performing fast swing speed.
Ultra Sharp Series is ideal for players who are good at both defensive and offensive playing tactics.
Seems to be an old chart actually, no changes since one from back in May 2010 ...
anyone compare N90II with N70II ? I saw that two rackets so close in the chart...
lol i have no clue, but the pictures of the N70II are really ugly... but who knows lol the specifications are here as well, but unless you can read chinese it might be a little tough http://www.bbeshop.com/lining/lining2010/racket_n772.htm
The specifications are here
With Google's translation to English, the info can be read/understood.
which rackets suitable for double play?
I owned both N90 and N90II... definitely the N90 is more heavy head than N90II!! i dun trust this chart!!
yes I am agree with you, juventus1. I think n90 i heavier than n90 ii .
me too. Has anyone tried out the N55II? on the chart its less "MEGA POWER" and more headlight. I think it looks great (paint wise) and might possibly buy it depending on the reviews... about that, anyone got a review on the N55II? im not sure anyone's bought it yet...
where is N80 located on the chart?
The N80 was released after this chart was created, so it's obviously not on there. But it would be somewhere in the top right quadrant along with the other Mega Power series rackets.
The N80 should be slightly to the right of the N70 box. IMO.
Are there any updated li ning charts?
li ning chart 2012
emm..from the chart it shows N90 II is still head heavy than N90
Wow...I thought N70ii was a song compared to the head heavy series like N55ii, N90, N90ii...why is it still there? Thought it was just another N36.
And it seems even better than N90...INSANE.
Better?? nope. depend on the player