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    Quote Originally Posted by yan.v View Post
    According to Li-Ning Canada, this racket is actually a very low end and cheap model for grocery stores in China :\

    That must be a mistake in Li-Ning Canada's part!

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    Both the original and the LTD N90 look great.
    I'm getting 2 N90s, not sure what colour but I'll be happy with either

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    How does the Li Ning N90 LD LTD compared to the original N90?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MusclePower100 View Post
    How does the Li Ning N90 LD LTD compared to the original N90?
    It's a low end model. So it's a copy of the N90 with lower grade materials. More flexible, probably a little lighter.

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    The N90 LD LTD is NOT a lower grade model, it is a true N90 with a different paint job !

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    Quote Originally Posted by thekong View Post
    The N90 LD LTD is NOT a lower grade model, it is a true N90 with a different paint job !
    It is a lower grade model and should be available for sale between 100$ and 150$.

    The Li-Ning reps visited my store and showed me the demos of incoming rackets. This one was one of the ones they showed me and it was part of the new lower end models.

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    Well, I got mine from mybadmintonstore.com

    They still have one for sale :

    http://www.mybadmintonstore.com/shop...oducts_id=1888

    Cost around the same as the N90, and feels exactly the same as my N90 (which I got around 1.5 years ago)

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    BTW, I got my N90 LD LTD nearly a year ago already, so it is not a newly released model !

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    Hmm, we'll have to see when it arrives I guess.

    The racket I saw looked a lot like this one and I know it is a LD racket, however they have released a bunch of low end rackets that are similar in name and appearance to high end ones this year. So maybe the racket is the 90 LD instead of the N90 LD.

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    I bought one a while ago from MBS but I haven't strung it yet XD. But from my initial inspection it feels pretty much the same as the usual N90.

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