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    Default Li-ning n50i s-type

    I want to know what is the difference between the n50ii which i own, and the n50ii s-type.

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    n50ii* typo.

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    S type is a lit bit more flexible. I hv both.

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    Is it just the flex? Thankyou aswell.

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    Yes. I feels so.

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    which do you think is more user friendly?? aka less shoulder strain

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    Quote Originally Posted by John2909 View Post
    which do you think is more user friendly?? aka less shoulder strain
    May be S-Type for you. Both rackets are not very stiff.

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    with do u rather use in a game??

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    Name:  Screenshot_2012-12-24-22-31-21.jpg
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Size:  30.3 KBhow bad is it?? is it just chipped or what??

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    yeah,i like that, May be S-Type for you. Both rackets are not very stiff.thank you

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