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    hi, i'm interested in a wilson ncode n3 or n5 and so far.. i haven't found any reviews for them.. i need people's opinions on them if you can plz! thank you!

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    I have the N1 and also hit with the N3 and N5. My impressions (though limited) of the N3 and N5 are good but nothing concrete. Both are relatively evenly balanced and good all-around rackets. They resemble the MP88 though I felt the Wilson rackets generated more racket speed and power.

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    Quote Originally Posted by whitestarzero
    hi, i'm interested in a wilson ncode n3 or n5 and so far.. i haven't found any reviews for them.. i need people's opinions on them if you can plz! thank you!
    I LOVE MY n3!!!! LOL Sorry for the outburst, but...that's how I feel about my n3. It's quite powerful for smashes and clears, although I'm still struggling with net drops at the time. It's a great racket, though, specially when it's only $70. It kinda takes some time getting used to, the racket head speeds up way faster than my old AT800 DE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cricket
    It kinda takes some time getting used to, the racket head speeds up way faster than my old AT800 DE.
    Agree, my N1 "goes through the zone" faster than any racket I've tried sans maybe my DHS Top VS 3000. However, there's definitely a bit more vibration/feedback. Anyway, the performance of the NCode racket line is definitely good.

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    I do have a n5 but considered myself a beginner. Check out the post by Wardy below:

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...476#post257476

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