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    Question What White Li-Ning Racket is this?

    Just out of curiosity. I'm actually more interested in the specs than actual the racket.

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    Pictures are not clear enough, could be the N50III.

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    @Rob3rt Thanks for replying! In these new pics I don't really see any purple in the racket

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    It should be noted that Li Ning make a number of 'Training Frame' (TF) rackets that use a white colour scheme. It could also be the N90 III.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caffrey View Post
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    @Rob3rt Thanks for replying! In these new pics I don't really see any purple in the racket
    There are two different versions of the N50III, one is purple, the other one is gold/white. But on these other pics it looks like the N7. I think it's the N7.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob3rt View Post
    There are two different versions of the N50III, one is purple, the other one is gold/white. But on these other pics it looks like the N7. I think it's the N7.
    It's not the N50 III. The N50 III Silver still has gold on it, you can also see there's no Air Stream holes on those pictures.

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    So I'm a bit confused. Pretty much every racket that I look up specs for say its between 85g-89g in weight. Obviously there's a big difference between the two. Some rackets that have that spec are pretty light and some are fairly heavy. How can I tell the actual weight of the racket?

    Edit: The specs of the N7 say 85g - 89g. Which one is it closer to?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caffrey View Post
    So I'm a bit confused. Pretty much every racket that I look up specs for say its between 85g-89g in weight. Obviously there's a big difference between the two. Some rackets that have that spec are pretty light and some are fairly heavy. How can I tell the actual weight of the racket?
    Weigh it ....

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    It does looks like a N90 III

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    it looks like a N7 to me. You can see the silver, black, part at the 2 o'clock part. And the black on the cone.

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    Lol @visor I already have a scale but I was wondering how I can tell the weight without having the physical racket. Ex. Just looking online in the specs

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    Quote Originally Posted by Caffrey View Post
    Lol @visor I already have a scale but I was wondering how I can tell the weight without having the physical racket. Ex. Just looking online in the specs
    Haha... I see.

    Well, from what we've seen with rackets, they're designed to a target wt, say for 3U, would be 87+/-2g. So it is possible when you're at the store to pick 2 rackets of the same model that are 4g apart.

    From my experience, Victor rackets in the past had such big variations, whereas Yonex rackets have the tightest variation.

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    It's n7 to me.

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    It's the Li-Ning N7. The black cone and the black hints on the inner part of the frame give it away.

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