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    Cool Li-ning Razor RZ95

    Friend racket, overall quite nice feeling, like n903 solidness + n80 speed, very unique frame design + paint quality.Name:  20151018_190506.jpg
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    Cool thanks for sharing.

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    Can you give a more detailed review please?
    If possible can you compare it to the N80 and N90III?

    What's the stiffness and bp?

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    MATERIAL: Commercial Carbon Fiber
    WEIGHT: 86-89 grams
    GRIP SIZE: Extra Small 3 1/8"
    SHAFT LENGTH: 675mm
    GRIP LENGTH: 205mm
    FLEX: Medium
    TENSION: Vertical 20-24 lbs, Horizontal 22-26 lbs

    Technologies used in Li-Ning Razor Series RZ-95 Rackets include:-

    Stabilized Torsion Angle
    Aerotec Beam System
    Wing Stabilizer
    TB Nano Powertec
    Dynamic Optimum Frame
    High Tensile Slim Shaft
    Bio Inner Cone
    3D Break-Free

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    Haven't got time to test yet...

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    Quote Originally Posted by yytom88 View Post
    Haven't got time to test yet...
    Okay, thx. Be sure to post your review when you're done testing.

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    And also the base Point! Really curious and how does it compare to Yonexes.

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    It looks really nice though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yytom88 View Post
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    MATERIAL: Commercial Carbon Fiber
    WEIGHT: 86-89 grams
    GRIP SIZE: Extra Small 3 1/8"
    SHAFT LENGTH: 675mm
    GRIP LENGTH: 205mm
    FLEX: Medium
    TENSION: Vertical 20-24 lbs, Horizontal 22-26 lbs

    Technologies used in Li-Ning Razor Series RZ-95 Rackets include:-

    Stabilized Torsion Angle
    Aerotec Beam System
    Wing Stabilizer
    TB Nano Powertec
    Dynamic Optimum Frame
    High Tensile Slim Shaft
    Bio Inner Cone
    3D Break-Free
    Wow....shaft length is 675mm, will that be too long for an normal badminton racket? Instead of shaft length of 675mm, should be the overall racket length right?

    Question, is this a heavy head racket or an even-balance racket?

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    how much did you pay for it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Espírito Santo View Post
    Wow....shaft length is 675mm, will that be too long for an normal badminton racket? Instead of shaft length of 675mm, should be the overall racket length right?

    Question, is this a heavy head racket or an even-balance racket?
    From my understanding, it is very similar to n90iii except the shaft is slightly more flexible.

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    Although it is in Sin'pore already I didn't bother to check with shops because the price is astonishing

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    Quote Originally Posted by lcw the best View Post
    Although it is in Sin'pore already I didn't bother to check with shops because the price is astonishing
    how much is it in Singapore?

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    I don't know . I know it is expensive, thus did not bother to check I would guess around 250$ sgd

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    The n90 3 is selling at $230. How could the razor be less than that. The prices are sky high. Had to tilt my head to see it

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    In msia, it is slightly cheaper than n90iii.
    Rrp of rm999 compared to rm1199 of n90iii.
    Discount is usually about 40%.

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    Well it is more expensive. Which part of Malaysia? Did you see it

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