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N80 full set...

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by andrew14yeo, Mar 26, 2013.

  1. andrew14yeo

    andrew14yeo Regular Member

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    N80 original, M73, and N80 Olympic edition...:)
     
  2. Rahul.

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    Nice, I really like the n80.

    Are they the same to play with?

    I can't seem to find any of the ltd for sale anywhere!
     
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    andrew14yeo Regular Member

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    feels the same, i didn't play with any so can't really commend...
    ltd edition only sold in China. Got a friend to bring back for me..
     
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    I rarely see anyone buying or selling the M73.... Who uses it?
     
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    So technically, it's not meant for playing....
     
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    Not quite the full set...

    There also seems to be a TD ltd version which you need to add to your collection.
     
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    the TD is actually a mid range racket... and the T-joint part is different...
     
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    i can't even find an N80 here, shoot
     

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