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10-21-2013, 04:05 AM #86
very odd you make it sound like n90-ii is much head-heavier, almost on par with vtzf... my n90-ii is definitely head-lighter than zf and just a little head-heavier than n90-iii. can't say about first gen though.
having played with n90-iii for a couple of sessions, having mixed feelings about it. the racket is great, no doubt. all shots are good, the lifts are precise, the clears are a joy to execute, the smash is good, the defense is good, the net play is good. but kinda liked my now broken n55-iii more. it was a bit head-heavier, not by much, but gave that a little bit more solid feel on the shots (but not being too demanding).
10-21-2013, 04:51 AM #87
11-03-2013, 06:23 PM #88
After a few weeks it still feels "more natural" to wield an Yonex 8DX for me. Maybe it's due to the sword design. Gonna test a little bit with strings/tension.
Honestly I expected the N90III to be head heavier. Might try the NBG95 even though it's kinda numb and slippery.
11-03-2013, 08:04 PM #89
I don't think Lin dan will use this racket
11-03-2013, 08:07 PM #90
Li-Ning N-90III (LD)
Tailor-Made For LIN DanStiffness
Medium StiffFrame Shape IsometricFrame TB Nano Dynamic Optimum Frame
MPCF Reinforcing Technology
HDF Shock Absorption SystemShaft
Aerotec Beam SystemWeight
W3 (3U) (85-89g)Total Length (frame tip - handle end) 675mm (26.5 inches)Grip Size S2 (G2)
(S2 = Thin, S4 = Thick)Recommended String Tension
Main 20-24lbs Cross 22-26lbsBalance Point from Grip End 300-304mm (Head Heavy)
11-03-2013, 08:09 PM #91
Dear fans:Is this store mybadmintonstore.com. Selling real stuff ? Is it reliable ?
11-03-2013, 08:40 PM #92
11-04-2013, 04:19 PM #93
11-17-2013, 06:09 PM #94
Based on my trying this racket, LD III feeling not as good as the lin dan N90 I.
11-17-2013, 06:25 PM #95
11-18-2013, 01:18 AM #96
hi, just saw a new N90 in e1981, N90-3 LTD which made for LD i guess?
However, the price are....a little bit...expensive?
USD 1199.95 ?
I wonder how much this racket performance.. I doubt it.
So, if anyone have this racket in their bags, feel free to reviewing it.
Here's the link.
Sometimes, Li-Ning puts their items are overpriced....
I would go for Yonex I guess...
I tried Li ning n90 series 3 (non LTD ) , its selling at 320 SGD in singapore . If you looking to buy the collectors items , it cost you 1450 SGD ( comes with a suit case kinda stylish but i think no one will bring a suit case to a badminton court . ) If you are a badminton racquet collector , i shall agree in buying it ,its kinda cool to have it though , too bad not a CEO not that rich =p ( its just my subjective advice ) .
The feel of the N90 3series is kinda good in terms of power as the owner let me tried out just outside the shop for some smashing. For more information , if u are living in SG , have a try at Bras basah complex Level 1 Li Ning Exclusive dealer .
11-18-2013, 05:07 AM #97
11-20-2013, 04:28 PM #98
12-15-2013, 10:52 PM #99
I live in Stockton, California and im interested in buying your n90-3, so whats the price?
12-26-2013, 11:13 AM #100
Spoke to the new Li Ning dealer for Mauritius today . N90 III will soon be available @ around Us$150 . To be confirmed next week .
12-27-2013, 01:07 AM #101
I just picked up two of this racket today. Reviews coming soon.
12-30-2013, 11:59 AM #102
As an owner of the AT700 First gen, second gen and the AT700LTD, as well as the N90 True gen 1, Gen 1.5, and Silver Logo N90, I was looking to see what all the hype was about.
My current favorite rackets are the True Gen 1 N90 as well as the VTZF as these two rackets both eliminated the immense lag phase on consecutive shots at the front.
First impressions was that the N90III felt lighter, much lighter than all of my other rackets. My gameplay reflects that of a lighter version of the other two as well. Clears took a little more effort, but where this racket really shined through were the quick taps at the net as well as drives had almost no wind up phase and could fire off consecutive shots while keeping up with the fastest shots that I couldn't before. If you're used to the other rackets, there's a slight adjustment required, becuase you're used to lugging around that extra head weight, but as soon as you're accustomed to it, it should suit the head heavy racket user as the balance point is very close to the N90.
They rate it as Stiff, but like all the Li Ning rackets, it's somewhat flexible in my eyes as the AT700LTD was truely the "stiffest" racket that I've played with. The flex is somewhat more than the N90 and somehow it just works well in that you can generate power on shots where you couldn't before. You'll be smashing around the head on those low side ones as well driving dead anything at the front of the net! This racket overall just pushes you to move and play at a faster rate because you can hit hard on more shots than with the other ones.
Alas, how can you gain all that speed, and power without some kind of trade off correct? My overall MAXIMUM smash speed feels slightly slower. I'm talking about those shots that are cleared to you all the way at the back, and with the N90, VTZF, I could generate enough power to end the rally, but with the N90III, it comes back more often than never. Never fear because it's still an offensive racket and anything that does comes back can be smashed or driven again even with the best block. With tougher opponents, I was finding that those one hit opportunities were far and few, so the N90III fits for those looking for a bit more speed to their game.
In conclusion, this is a must have to the collection. I tried the N90II and didn't like it as it fell short on what the N90 could do and didn't provide any special speed factor where as the N90III can. If you've been using head heavy rackets to play doubles like myself, pick this one up as I'm pretty positive that you won't regret it!