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    Default Li Ning G-Force 350

    Anyone here used this racket before? Li Ning G-Force 350 Super Light?

    Any reviews? I am a beginner so I prefer using a light racket. My current racket weighs about 83g and I am very comfortable using it.

    Went to QW and held on to this G-Force 350, cost $120. Worth the buy?

    The next option would be ArcSaber FB. But it costs too much.

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    If you're looking for light rackets, you may consider the Lightfighter Series. There's a thread where I've written a short review about the LF 7300. They are light, but still powerful and are worth their price tags. In my opinion they're much better than the ArcFB, which I've tested for a short session too.

    They are less than 120$. But if I'm not mistaken, they are in Europe available but not in Asia.

    But some shops ship internationally. Even though you would have to pay higher shipping costs, you probably will stay below the price of an ArcFB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Accordaz View Post
    If you're looking for light rackets, you may consider the Lightfighter Series. There's a thread where I've written a short review about the LF 7300. They are light, but still powerful and are worth their price tags. In my opinion they're much better than the ArcFB, which I've tested for a short session too.

    They are less than 120$. But if I'm not mistaken, they are in Europe available but not in Asia.

    But some shops ship internationally. Even though you would have to pay higher shipping costs, you probably will stay below the price of an ArcFB.
    Thanks! Maybe I will go take a look at the series at queensway. Have you had any experience with g force 350?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bionkyturtle View Post
    Have you had any experience with g force 350?
    Unfortunately not. But I would use it for doubles only. Since I have enough doubles rackets, I've decided not to buy any lightweight rackets yet
    Eventhough they are cheap and absolutely worth the money.

    Here's the link to the mentioned topic: http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ighter-Rackets
    Last edited by Accordaz; 09-09-2013 at 06:39 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Accordaz View Post
    Unfortunately not. But I would use it for doubles only. Since I have enough doubles rackets, I've decided not to buy any lightweight rackets yet
    Eventhough they are cheap and absolutely worth the money.

    Here's the link to the mentioned topic: http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ighter-Rackets
    Thank you so much!

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    Just to update, I am currently using Li-Ning G-Force Pro 2000.

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    You're welcome.
    Sometimes I really wish I'd have a lightweight racket like the Lightfighter 7300, since they are extremely less tiring Not only the smashes are less tiring. Also holding and keeping it in position in front court makes it more comfortable. The weight you have to move or hold is noticable easier to handle.

    I would go for one, if I haven't that much doubles rackets. Who knows how long I can resist :P
    If you're not in a situation like this, go for it!

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