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    I've used the C7 for two sessions now and I love it. It suits my play style which is more about control and accuracy these days, but it still has the power there when I need it. I can smash with this 100% non-stop without getting shoulder pains as I do with some other racquets, whilst still getting decent power because of the head heaviness. Drives are pretty good too, today I won quite a few points by simply out driving opponents. Net play is very good and I got quite a few net cords from tumbling drop shots. I think that defence is decent too although my defence sucked today (my own fault).

    Now to string my F9 and see how that goes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lyonn Loo View Post
    I got a C7...bought from AJ in Puchong @ RM480.Say its a fast racket though not as fast as nanospeed series.Good in control but just lacking in smash power as compared to N90 II.Defense in quite ok and feels quite light...My second to-go racket
    Bro can you share the comparison between C7 & N90II? Or anyone out there owns these rackets?

    Would like to understand them in term of weight, speed, power and etc. Both are attacking rackets?

    Thanks.

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    N90II and C7 very similar. Both stiff and rigid. N90II head heavier. Let me know if you looking to get one in Canada.

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    no they're not. N90II is way more sluggish and stiffer from my experiences whilst the C7 is a lot more flexible (I'd say it's medium stiff whilst the N90II is stiff to extra stiff to me). Also there's less dampening with the C7 which I love because you have great, 'immediate' feeling of the shuttle if you like, quite different to the usual dampened feeling of Yonex rackets, which some prefer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yves. View Post
    no they're not. N90II is way more sluggish and stiffer from my experiences whilst the C7 is a lot more flexible (I'd say it's medium stiff whilst the N90II is stiff to extra stiff to me). Also there's less dampening with the C7 which I love because you have great, 'immediate' feeling of the shuttle if you like, quite different to the usual dampened feeling of Yonex rackets, which some prefer.
    I personally found the N90II not to be that stiff and similar to the C7. The balance is different.

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    Shouldn't the comparison be between the C& and the N90IIS instead?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark88A View Post
    Shouldn't the comparison be between the C& and the N90IIS instead?
    Based on the specs of the racquets found at www.Li-NingOnline.com, the racquets are medium stiffness but because the racquet balance point is different, they have a "stiffer" feel.

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