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Please review on LINING N50II/N77(BLUE)/N90II

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by jason1975, Jun 30, 2011.

  1. jason1975

    jason1975 Regular Member

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    Hi, can all BCers provide me some reviews, charts, comparisons or anything related to the rackets mentioned above? I am planning to buy one of the rackets but I am not sure which is more suitable for me, so I would like to know more about it.

    Thank for those who is willing to help:D
     
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    I also need to say this:

    I am an intermediate all-around player and like to be more aggressive and offensive sometimes. Like to play singles and smash alot. My net play is only average.
     
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    N90II definitely...
     
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    yea thats what i thought so, but I just want to learn more about how people feel when they use it ^^
     
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    I tried N90II and N55II last night and the N55II gave me more power. I will give them another try next week.
     
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    Which one do you think is more head heavy, and which one is more even balance?
     
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    The N55II was definitely more head heavy than the N90II. Because of this it felt more solid.

    I have played with an ultralight racquet before so the N90II should be fairly playable from day 1. I will give it one more chance next week.

    A lot of people are saying Li-Ning are much stronger than Yonex racquets (esp for clashes and higher tensions) but thats no excuse for them to cost more than Overpriced Yonex. I almost fainted when I found out the price of NS90II.
     
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    Haha.. did u try out someone else racket? Yeah they are very expensive, probably because it is used by the international players. N90II is the most expensive li ning racket but it will definitely be my next racket coz I really like it, but too expensive xD. It some time for me to save money for it.
     
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    emailed you. :)
     

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