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    Quote Originally Posted by Brandon141 View Post
    what about your N36? how does it feel for singles? can you please give me a comparison between the N80 and N36....
    Might buy one of them just cant decide
    I think the N36 in terms of power is less than the N80, but it is much easier to use and the strain on the arm is much less... I would get sore from using N80 for three hours for example but wouldn't if it's the N36. In the end it comes down to whether you want a power racket or a all-rounder...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alapongtai View Post
    im sure that racket is beastly but whats up with li ning and its designs? with the exception of some rackets, a lot of them look pretty horrible. quite tacky i would say. but this is purely my own thought.
    tacky is correct, that's the way they are. however, this N80 is the first racket in the Li Ning line that i actually LOVE!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    This could possibly be a replacement for my trusty SW35, depending on its stiffness, if its less head heavy than N90, and has the similar stiffness to the SW35, i will have no option but to switch!
    NO!!!!!!!!!!! Not to abandon the SW35!!!!! hehehehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by gundamzaku View Post
    NO!!!!!!!!!!! Not to abandon the SW35!!!!! hehehehe
    Why reply to a nearly year old post for something like that? o_O

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    more review on n80?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jasonvan View Post
    I think the N36 in terms of power is less than the N80, but it is much easier to use and the strain on the arm is much less... I would get sore from using N80 for three hours for example but wouldn't if it's the N36. In the end it comes down to whether you want a power racket or a all-rounder...
    well i use the N90 but i need something that will cut through the air but will still give me power the only thing that interests me about the N36 is the air stream system II otherwise i would buy the N80.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brandon141 View Post
    well i use the N90 but i need something that will cut through the air but will still give me power the only thing that interests me about the N36 is the air stream system II otherwise i would buy the N80.
    Than I would probably suggest the N80... I find the N80 cuts through the air just fine...

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    is there any price for tis racquet?

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    Brought the N80 a couple of days ago and it just arrived today, came with 28lbs 66um and i must say that it looks so shiny and beautiful not dull like most of the other Li-Ning rackets. The BP i measured at 297mm and the only strange thing i have to mention is its total weight which is 92g which seems to be quite light considering my Li-ning N50 is 102g. Havent had a chance to play with it yet but i gave it a swing through the air and it had the same crisp feel and sound as my MX80. The sound is alot higher pitched compared to me swinging my Z-Slash or N50.
    Will be testing the N80 out in a few days and will let you know.

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    how much u bought?


    Quote Originally Posted by Fzforze View Post
    Brought the N80 a couple of days ago and it just arrived today, came with 28lbs 66um and i must say that it looks so shiny and beautiful not dull like most of the other Li-Ning rackets. The BP i measured at 297mm and the only strange thing i have to mention is its total weight which is 92g which seems to be quite light considering my Li-ning N50 is 102g. Havent had a chance to play with it yet but i gave it a swing through the air and it had the same crisp feel and sound as my MX80. The sound is alot higher pitched compared to me swinging my Z-Slash or N50.
    Will be testing the N80 out in a few days and will let you know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fzforze View Post
    Brought the N80 a couple of days ago and it just arrived today, came with 28lbs 66um and i must say that it looks so shiny and beautiful not dull like most of the other Li-Ning rackets. The BP i measured at 297mm and the only strange thing i have to mention is its total weight which is 92g which seems to be quite light considering my Li-ning N50 is 102g. Havent had a chance to play with it yet but i gave it a swing through the air and it had the same crisp feel and sound as my MX80. The sound is alot higher pitched compared to me swinging my Z-Slash or N50.
    Will be testing the N80 out in a few days and will let you know.
    I hope you enjoy the racket like I did, when I tested the racket for a few minutes
    Did you happen to buy it from directbadminton/ directsports ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fzforze View Post
    Brought the N80 a couple of days ago and it just arrived today, came with 28lbs 66um and i must say that it looks so shiny and beautiful not dull like most of the other Li-Ning rackets. The BP i measured at 297mm and the only strange thing i have to mention is its total weight which is 92g which seems to be quite light considering my Li-ning N50 is 102g. Havent had a chance to play with it yet but i gave it a swing through the air and it had the same crisp feel and sound as my MX80. The sound is alot higher pitched compared to me swinging my Z-Slash or N50.Will be testing the N80 out in a few days and will let you know.
    92g and 297? Sounds like a great spec to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drew tze en View Post
    I hope you enjoy the racket like I did, when I tested the racket for a few minutes
    Did you happen to buy it from directbadminton/ directsports ?
    Yeah it was from directsports £144 with free next day delivery (took 2 days as they didnt post it till the following day) also free restring up to 28lbs and free yonex grip packet. Grip size S2, i did see that it said 92g on their website but i thought that ment without string / grip ^^ Ah well i might prefer it being lighter for doubles play

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    92g and 297? Sounds like a great spec to me.
    you wont regret it mate..finally i got my N80 yesterday..never had a chance to play in game with it yet,but already had few swings at d back of my house..
    before i bought it,ive tested N90,N36,N55II, and N50II in the same shop..managed to swing few times all those rackets,and finally decided to buy N80..to compare N80 with all my other rackets,here is d summary..
    this racket is less stiff than my vfzf-ltd,mx80 or my NS9900..the head heaviness is in between VTZF-ltd and MX80(VTZF-LTD<N80<MX80<NS9900)..the swing speed is d fastest among all my rackets.
    by d way,this is IMHO..may be different with others..hope this could help u mate!

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    It's more head heavy than the MX80? That's interesting

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shinichi View Post
    It's more head heavy than the MX80? That's interesting
    Yeah MX80 is not partically head heavy its just pretty damn stiff i also compared it to my MX80 and N50 and the N80 is more HH

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shinichi View Post
    It's more head heavy than the MX80? That's interesting
    yeah..dat is wat i felt..may differ with others mate..cheers

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