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    Default LI-NING equivalent of YONEX VT-80 !

    As the title says,

    Was wondering what is the equivalent of the VT-80 from the LI-NING LINE






    THANKS IN ADVANCE

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    help anyone ?

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    You can try N90, quite similar in balance but slower

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    Any more suggestions ?

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    I don't think there is but the similar one i can think of is N90ii S-type.

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    keep them coming forum members !!

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    What an odd request. I could understand if you were looking at a cheaper brand name and asking about something similar to a VT-80 but less expensive. Granted I don't know the retail environment in Australia but, in Taiwan and Canada you essentially asking "How can I pay more for a racquet that plays somewhat similar to a VT-80?" Why not just buy the VT-80?
    Last edited by thunder.tw; 06-15-2013 at 10:43 PM.

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    Hmmmm.
    I would say the Li-Ning Woods N80
    It is head heavy like the Voltric 80 but the frame of the N80 is more aerodynamic and cuts through the air really well but I thought the power of the N80 was really nice because of the frame whereas the frame of the Voltric 80 gives the power.
    Thats how I feel, you should try the N80 yourself and compare to the VT80

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    Quote Originally Posted by drew tze en View Post
    Hmmmm.
    I would say the Li-Ning Woods N80
    It is head heavy like the Voltric 80 but the frame of the N80 is more aerodynamic and cuts through the air really well but I thought the power of the N80 was really nice because of the frame whereas the frame of the Voltric 80 gives the power.
    Thats how I feel, you should try the N80 yourself and compare to the VT80
    N80 is also lighter in swing weight compared to the N90 or N50. nonetheless, it is still pretty heavy for me and is too heavy for doubles for me. if i am playing singles, the weight is just right, heavy enough so i get power to backhand clear out of a jam, and light enough to do fast exchanges in drives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gundamzaku View Post
    N80 is also lighter in swing weight compared to the N90 or N50. nonetheless, it is still pretty heavy for me and is too heavy for doubles for me. if i am playing singles, the weight is just right, heavy enough so i get power to backhand clear out of a jam, and light enough to do fast exchanges in drives.
    I havent been able to try Li-Ning's N90 or N50.
    I don't know many people who uses Li-Ning rackets
    I have tried the N80 and N90(ii)

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    Quote Originally Posted by lightandtangy View Post
    As the title says,

    Was wondering what is the equivalent of the VT-80 from the LI-NING LINE






    THANKS IN ADVANCE
    In terms of balance, the N90I is probably closest... but stiffness... N90IIS, perhaps?

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