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    well he can be Ultraman..

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    Pardon me, is Li Ning a Chinese brand?

    I am thinking of getting myself a racquet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Boxer View Post
    Pardon me, is Li Ning a Chinese brand?

    I am thinking of getting myself a racquet.
    Yes Li Ning is a Chinese brand .

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    Now i really hope Li ning can really open up a retail shop by this year , so that singapore badminton fans can visit it and buy their product. i think Li ning will beat other brand eg Pro ace, Apacs , ashways, victor, if they really open up a retail shop here.

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    well wherethere Li N will crushese other brand or not.. it shall remain to be seen.. but i think the other brands will still be around.. it's like fast food joint..there's people who loves MC Donalds & there's people who love Burger King..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    Now i really hope Li ning can really open up a retail shop by this year , so that singapore badminton fans can visit it and buy their product. i think Li ning will beat other brand eg Pro ace, Apacs , ashways, victor, if they really open up a retail shop here.

    yes, li ning will beat other brands hands down in pricings...

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    It is still too early to say Li Ning can beat other brands. We still do not know their quality and the feel of the racket. Maybe China National team using it extremely well, but, all those are hi end racket. How may of us can afford?

    What I try to say is, what about their medium and medium low racket? Can they beat other brands in term of pricing and quality?

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    Default The shirt kept the sweat from dripping onto the floor?..

    Quote Originally Posted by taneepak View Post
    ...It is the perspiration that the skin must feel for the cooling effect, but the devil is to ensure the perspiration does not drip down all over the floor...Apparently, Li Ning has been able to do this, perhaps courtesy from their R&D company based in Hong Kong with input from the Sports Academy of the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ingridt View Post
    ...the sweat rises to the surface of the shirts instead of dripping down and so inside, the players actually do not feel anything..
    Quote Originally Posted by RedShuttle View Post
    ...The whole shirt can be rolled into a fist. It aborbs the sweat from the body quickly and keeps it from dripping onto the floor. Therefore, the risk of slipping on wet floor is reduced.
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    ..i don't know abt you guys, but i watched the Semifinal MS match up between LD and LCW and i can surely remember LinDan asking the court moppers to mop away whatever wet spots were on the mat. For sure, he asked quite a few times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad View Post
    ..i don't know abt you guys, but i watched the Semifinal MS match up between LD and LCW and i can surely remember LinDan asking the court moppers to mop away whatever wet spots were on the mat. For sure, he asked quite a few times.
    Don't recall the LD/LCW game. But during the doubles games in the Final, the CHN pairs asked for mopping frequently. In the latter case, it was clearly more tactical moves than anything else.

    LN shirts are no magic. It was said to have the same material as some tennis shirts that gave those tennis players the same tight, wet look. LN has dry look shirts too. Therefore, it is reasonable to conclude that the wet effect, intentional or not, was more a design decision than incompetence. Not that you have to like it, it is just a choice.

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    Li ning medium range rackets already matching Yonex high end rackets around sing 180-240.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedShuttle View Post
    Don't recall the LD/LCW game. But during the doubles games in the Final, the CHN pairs asked for mopping frequently. In the latter case, it was clearly more tactical moves than anything else.
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    ..i don't know if it's really a tactical/strategical attempt/moves, and i don't really recall past matches involving LD (or other CHN players/pairs), but certainly the court moppers were mopping the side of LD's court more than LCW's. Talk abt the shirt absorbing the sweat more, eh??..
    I haven't watched the doubles matches, but i won't be surprised either if they mopped the court for the same reason.

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    heard from my neighbourhood badminton store owner he says Li Ning rackets is quite expensive the cheapest would cost around MYR 300++

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    My friend's collection (taken from Angkasa Sport Hall, Pekanbaru, Indonesia last week) :



    small kid (shop owner's child) holds Woods N90 :

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    Somebody seems to have advised Li Ning that the route to becoming a top global brand is to start out with expensive prices. Ordinarily, that might be a sneakily sensible ploy --- but not when the 'product' is from China.

    Gaudy?
    You bet!

    Good?
    Um, OK.

    Value for money?
    Nah!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldhand View Post
    Gaudy?
    You bet!

    Good?
    Um, OK.

    Value for money?
    Nah!
    What's that supposed to mean?

    Though I'd say it's...funny...in a sense...

    I don't know about Li-Ning racquets, but I won't be getting one anytime soon because the price of them topped the most Yonex even with discount. I'm very tempted to get one and support the brand but the price is high.

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    wow, li ning frenzy huh?

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