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Thread: Li Ning Racket Reviews
06-24-2009, 09:58 PM #171
There is a diminishing value or quality for money return on racquets that are heavily sponsored. A top Li Ning racquet surely is not twice the quality of a top Yonex or other brand racquets. Had Li Ning not secured the sponsorship of the Chinese national team-and they did it by customizing their range to individual players!-their RMB 1,800 racquets wouldn't even sell for RMB 500. They would gather dust just like those other unknown manufacturers who, through pride, still maintain a flagship model or two.
06-25-2009, 12:30 AM #172
06-25-2009, 04:56 AM #173
hey taneepak and oldhand,what is the maximum tension the woods90 racket can take?and foes Li Ning rackets come with warranty or anthing?thanks
06-25-2009, 07:44 AM #174
I bought N70 last week and my friend bought N90 from Queensway. We got 15% discount with grip,string and free stringing. I think this offer was quite reasonable.
Both rackets came with one 3 in 1 bag which is smaller version of China team bag.
We got it strung at 27 pnd. but the owner told me the rackets could be strung above 30 pnd.
There is 6 months warranty.The warranty system is something like warranty for eletronic items.
Though the price was above my budget, One thing I must say the feeling and the power of the racket is really amazing.
06-25-2009, 11:35 PM #175
06-26-2009, 01:16 AM #176
Not ready to get suckered into Li-Ning's marketing....Maybe I'll see if I can get a free one from my friend's baddy store in China.
06-26-2009, 11:53 AM #177
06-26-2009, 12:32 PM #178
06-26-2009, 01:00 PM #179
wow. that kinda just crushed my want of a li ning racket.
on the other hand, twobeer will be leased to know you can get the TC700 at a decent price.
06-26-2009, 11:53 PM #180
06-27-2009, 12:11 AM #181
Until recently, Thomas Laybourn was using the Nanospeed 8000.
He has rarely lost a racquet because of repeated stringing.
In fact, he would restring several times during a tournament.
(Of course, if the stringer isn't up to par, the result would be different.)
And, yes, he uses 36 pounds
06-27-2009, 10:51 AM #182
Five of my NS8K/3Us even imploded in the stringing machine at 32lbs. Never expereinced that with other models.
Maybe if he had some special DP-serial/QC, 2U NS8ks of the newer 8K version (brown/gold) ..but original 3Us.. no f-ing way, imop
P.S. some club players i know that ar ns8k users break about 1 NS8k every second month or so (clashes excluded) and it is the "new" model.. The main reason here for NS8K users to switch racket is usually beacuse they feel it breaks to easy :-(
Sorry for being off topic (but the mod started it :-D :-D ... )
I have just ordered my first Li Ning.. could not resist.... :-D
Last edited by twobeer; 06-27-2009 at 10:53 AM.
06-27-2009, 11:09 AM #183
One of the paper wraps says it all.
I could dig out the high-resolution picture or maybe even a close shot.
Those 2008 pictures are in my old, disconnected desktop PC
06-27-2009, 12:47 PM #184
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06-27-2009, 01:32 PM #187
I didnt see how it was strung, and most importantly I have no idea how long the racket life was :-). was it 3U.. As i said a 2U maybe a JP, DP version would be of higher quality (more nano) in the frame?
The MAS playres on the sheet where all 28-32 :-) with less fragile rackets :-)
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