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The best lining string

Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by Fighter886, Dec 30, 2012.

  1. Fighter886

    Fighter886 Regular Member

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    Wht is the best lining string for aggressive play?Thanks
     
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    You can consider Li-Ning NS95 or (even NS70). Both are pretty good strings, with very good control and repulsion. Also, in my opinion, the NS70 is somewhat similar to BG66 Sharp.
     
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    now im using AP62 plus on my N80..just ok..i never use NS95@NS70..maybe after this ill try nS95 on my MX80..
     
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    Oh yes, maybe for better referencing, the NS95 is applied to N90II and N50, while the NS70 is applied to VT70 4U and Head Power Helix 8000.
     
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    I would suggest NS-30. It has an impact feel lying between the hardness of BG80 and BG80 Power with the repulsion of BG80 Power (more than BG80 i.e.). NS-30 also cost about the same in the market as BG65 which is pretty economical. Durability is similar to BG80 Power.

    Not to mention that it is very popular amongst the Chinese National players such as Lin Dan, Chen Long, Chen Jin, Xu Chen etc. when they are not using Yonex string equivalents (BG65, BG80) that is :p
     
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    This is interesting!

    Blitzzards, maybe you can share some views on the difference between NS30 and NS95? I know that they are both 0.70 mm strings, however, they appear to be distinctively different on the specified string attributes.

    Thanks!
     
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    Blitzzards Regular Member

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    Sir.. I have already posted my review on this topic approximately half a year ago. Please check back.

    Cheers
     
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    Hi Blitzzards, thanks for the reference.
     
  9. gundamzaku

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    thank you for the review, as i am about to head over to HK i'll be making a big purchase of strings of other brands other than Yonex and Victor, and yes, i will try Gosen too :)
     
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    wat diff between Li Ning AP62 plus and AP62 ?
     
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    yeah,they appear to be distinctively different on the specified string attributes. [​IMG]
     

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