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    Quote Originally Posted by chaijk View Post
    What I meant is, the BRAND IMAGE of Yonex is hardly to be same status with Nike and Adidas. A simple question, which brand will bring up your personal image when you go shopping mall by wearing Yonex shoe or Nike shoe?
    If you mean personal grooming and style, then the best is wear a tailor made clothing. We still need tailors.

    Most branded stuff have generic size and doesn't fit perfectly.

    For shoes, if you want to look casual cool, Adidas Sambas, Pumas or Converse Chuck Taylors are a good bet.

    Sports clothing/shoes are strictly for the gymn/sports hall etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaijk View Post
    Any photos on Li Ning boutique at Orchard ION?
    Where is BC's master photographer aramistuscany?

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    You can look at this thread. You can see pictures of the range of Li Ning racquets hanging on the racks. Their range is from mid to high-end (S$99-489). No low-end as they are covered by Kason which belongs to Li-Ning.

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ad.php?t=71335

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badmintan View Post
    Where is BC's master photographer aramistuscany?
    I am stuck overseas otherwise I would have attended their opening on the 21 July. Will be back Sunday so it will be some time next week if I can snap some pics surreptitiously if they don't allow me to do it openly.

    Must invest in one of those mini James Bond cameras

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    about the price...
    in china, many badminton-equipment stores give a discount of 35% on li-ning rackets, which means an N90 costs actually 1300RMB(about 190 USD)

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    omg...35% also need 190US...
    so is there any retail selling Lining brand in hk? and in Vancouver?

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    Hi, any one know how to identify real and fake Li Ning racket. I'm not sure where it is a duplicate with any one or not. But I can't find any similar post in the search function, so I just try to ask in here.

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    hi...

    My friend is currently in china and i am interested in buying li-ning racket, i currently own arcsaber 10 witch is just great i am looking for a similar racket in terms of flexibility and weight and balance point so i am searcing for li-ning arcsaber 10, maybe a little softer than arc 10.

    I was looking at n33,n50,n55,n70, cant seem to find the specs for balance point and stiffness. so maybe someone can post a link for specs of their rackets

    I am kind of in a hurry can you please help me as soon as possible.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bender123 View Post
    hi...

    My friend is currently in china and i am interested in buying li-ning racket, i currently own arcsaber 10 witch is just great i am looking for a similar racket in terms of flexibility and weight and balance point so i am searcing for li-ning arcsaber 10, maybe a little softer than arc 10.

    I was looking at n33,n50,n55,n70, cant seem to find the specs for balance point and stiffness. so maybe someone can post a link for specs of their rackets

    I am kind of in a hurry can you please help me as soon as possible.
    Bao switched from Arc-10 to N70. So I guess N70 could be a good choice for you..

    /Twobeer

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    Quote Originally Posted by aramistuscany View Post
    I am stuck overseas otherwise I would have attended their opening on the 21 July. Will be back Sunday so it will be some time next week if I can snap some pics surreptitiously if they don't allow me to do it openly.

    Must invest in one of those mini James Bond cameras
    and mind u helping me there....
    can u help me to get there phone number and address pls...thank you...

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    thank you for replay but i wanna know the specs of the racket N70, and others only thing i found was chinese pdf catalogue and nothing about stiffness and ballance point, so if anybody can tell me stiffness and ballance points of N70, N77, N33, N30, N55, N50

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    You won't be able to find any spec on the rackets as I think they kept those secret. I have a N70 and while it is similar to an ARC10 it feels much more heavier. After playing for an hour and a half with a N70, I would sometimes switch back to my ARC10 and the ARC10 will feel very light compared to my N70.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jasonvan View Post
    You won't be able to find any spec on the rackets as I think they kept those secret. I have a N70 and while it is similar to an ARC10 it feels much more heavier. After playing for an hour and a half with a N70, I would sometimes switch back to my ARC10 and the ARC10 will feel very light compared to my N70.
    Rmember ARC-10 comes in 2 weights.. 2U and 3U..maybe you compare it to 3U??

    /T

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    ya, I was comparing it to the 3U, I think it's the weight distribution of the racket itself though... The N70 I think is still more head heavy than the ARC10, but feel and power wise I choose it over the ARC10...

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    Bro Jasonvan, u should try N50, it has heavy head, good for smashing!

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    Yup. N50 will be a good choice. Light weight but good for smashes.

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    Just tried out my new Woods N90 today.
    Tried a few shots out, didn't have much time, but will write more about it when i test it again hopefully tomorrow.
    Strung it with Li Ning 101 strings at 32 lbs
    Initial feeling was awesome, better than yonex... I use the Armortec 900 Power and Armortec 700 LTD. Would say that the N90 seems much better than both of these. More to come when I have the chance to test it out more.

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