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    It's a gold Bravesword 10!

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    Interesting, tried reading the review but my simplified chinese isn't very good but from what the reviewer said, the frame of the N80 is smaller than the N90 by about 12.17% and the sweet spot of the racket is moved towards the upper part of the racket... Mid/flexy shaft but doesn't play like a flexible shaft.... Excellent drive racket and powerful smash with good accuracy.... Reviewer stated many times it is a very very fast racket that packs power, wonder if it's true....

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    Specs are super nice, right up my alley.

    Except for the Li-Ning prices, which generally aren't right up my alley.

    Still, it seems to tick an awful lot of boxes......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jasonvan View Post
    Interesting, tried reading the review but my simplified chinese isn't very good but from what the reviewer said, the frame of the N80 is smaller than the N90 by about 12.17% and the sweet spot of the racket is moved towards the upper part of the racket... Mid/flexy shaft but doesn't play like a flexible shaft.... Excellent drive racket and powerful smash with good accuracy.... Reviewer stated many times it is a very very fast racket that packs power, wonder if it's true....
    Yeah it said that the frame is smaller by around 12.17%. Semi-Iso frame then..

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    Its a BS11 Z-slash!

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    Quote Originally Posted by moomoo View Post
    Its a BS11 Z-slash!
    Most Probably...

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    I was hoping to pick this up in while I am in China but it doesn't come out til March

    I got to look at the 2012 catalogue and showed this guy had a BP of 295mm

    40% off during the new year on racquets but ended up getting the non-N series stuff

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    The paint job looks really good !

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    40% off and you didnt get the N-series? i hope you bought loads of the other ones then

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    While I was in Shenzhen I bought the TB200C and the TP100C for 20% off at a Li-ning store thinking it was a good deal, once again they had no N-Series in stock as they sold out for the year.

    I'm kicking myself I didn't find the Hong Kong TST Li-Ning store earlier because I could have got 4 racquets for the price of the two I bought in China.

    Well actually it's not true they were totally sold out of N-series.. but both stores only had N60s and N70s which I had no interest in.

    Quote Originally Posted by moomoo View Post
    40% off and you didnt get the N-series? i hope you bought loads of the other ones then

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    WOw coollll... GOLD $$. can anyone give the review for this racket?? is this same with N90 s-type? because the specification from the pics are same. BP295 shaft medium w3.

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    I think this is a single racquet so it will not be similar to n90 s type. Head heaviness probably similar to other racquets like lining n55,55ii etc.. What I dont understand from that chinese review is that it say the sweet spot will expand upward. But is the sweet spot expand upward or move slightly upward? and is the stiffness medium stiff or less stiff than medium stiff?

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    Specs for the N80, N36, N10 and N20. http://badminton-nation.com/new-products/

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    thanks for the link!

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    hmmm from the website, both the N80 and N36 have similar BP's and stiffness, i wonder what they have in store for N36

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    interesting materials on the N80. that's a new type of cross section. Name:  394982_349249398436713_153966957964959_1254021_642011458_n.jpg
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    nnnnnnnoooo, not e78 fb again

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