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Thread: fake vs real li-ning n90-2
05-19-2012, 02:38 AM #1
fake vs real li-ning n90-2
i am planning to buy n-90-2 (Li-ning)
i saw in a website that a fake racquet only cost 150 ringgit..
but original racquet cost 1059 ringgit..
is the weight and overall feeling of the racquet the same?
or is it completely different?
coz if it only have a slight difference, it is wiser to get the fake version..
how about yonex racquet?
do the fakes feel same as the original?
thanks in advance..
please give comments..
any advice is much appreciated.
05-19-2012, 04:35 AM #2
how much is the price for n70, n80 and n36..
i am much of a attacking player..
not very professional..
i am just an intermediate player..
which will you recommend?
05-19-2012, 07:58 AM #3
guideline of buying a fake racket:
it doesn't really matter what is the model
choose the one that you like
you know why?
because it is only the PAINT JOB
yes, they make with cheap material and as long as it has shape of a racket, then it is fine for them
an N90 which is stiff racket, the fake N90 could be very flexible
N90 should be head heavy, the fake one could be head light
so.. if you are going for the paint job (hey look guys I have (fake) N90) then it is fine
however if you want a racket with good performance, then go for the genuine one
also, Li-ning is very expensive, why not go for victor?
05-20-2012, 10:06 AM #4
That true....top range Li-ning is very expensive...I always go for genuine one, had a fake yonex before and it feel difference than the genuine one.
05-20-2012, 10:12 AM #5
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