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    Quote Originally Posted by j4ckie View Post
    Got myself the N50II and tested it on Monday and yesterday - and its awesome. Part of it is the good stringing job, but the racket really responds so well that I feel like I barely have to move it to get pace on the shuttle. I was a bit surprised at how head-heavy it is, but its well worth it - base-to-base clears are really easy, and even my backhand clear is long enough now (most of the time <.<)
    Smashes are still a little bit off, but were okay yesterday. They're more powerful than with my N90II due to the string. The downside: this really makes me want the N50 to be able to compare. I cant afford that right now, damn it!
    Oh, and I really like the design. Different from all the red stuff LN likes so much, and I like blue

    Here are some pics of my new baby and the slightly older ones:
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    N50II is the first racket I've ever used, and so far, I like it more than Yonex's. Btw, is your N50II the new cap or the old cap?

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    Dont know what you mean - as far as I'm concerned there's just one version of the N50II :S

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    maybe hes refering to the new logo?

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    Ahh. Maybe. In that case, I got the old one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by j4ckie View Post
    Ahh. Maybe. In that case, I got the old one.
    LOL....Yes...But something troubles me is that if the racket has the old logo bottom cap, it kinda feels heavier than the racket with the new logo bottom cap.

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    Is the N90II improved in every category compared to the N90? Or are there aspects of the N90 that are better than the N90II?

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    Quote Originally Posted by feather_guy View Post
    Is the N90II improved in every category compared to the N90? Or are there aspects of the N90 that are better than the N90II?
    N90 is more headheavy so I think Lin Dan for example still preffers the old N90 a tad..

    /Twobeer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gemcat View Post
    LOL....Yes...But something troubles me is that if the racket has the old logo bottom cap, it kinda feels heavier than the racket with the new logo bottom cap.
    Hm I can't really compare since I only got the one. Problem is that there are absolutely no stores in my region which have Li Ning so I order it all online (and very few that have badminton equipment at all, and mostly only low-end, old Yonex/Oliver/Wilson rackets)- so I can't exactly take some testswings^^ If the new version is lighter, props to you. I think mine is not as light as a doubles racket could be - but with FHF's arm, I think he'll have no problem maneuvering it around quickly. Still, nicest racket I got so far, on par with the N90II.

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    Hello Li-Ning racket users, i've been hovering over this thread for quite a while now waiting for someone to mention the UC2300A racket.
    In england, they retail at 115 but can find for 95, however I saw it when I went to singapore that it was 115.SGD which is about 55 so immediately i bought it. I strung it with Li-ning AP-90 at 26lbs and to be honest, it is one of the most comfortable rackets to play with.
    Every shot is just so crisp, however have not yet compared with other rackets in terms of power. But the control, feel and ease of use is the best i've had. I suppose there is a chance that it could be due to the strings because they ARE indeed incredible. Any comments to share is appreciated

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    I brought my first Li Ning Woods N90 II last week and tried the racket to check out its features. At first, I was hesitated to buy Li Ning racket because it costs more than a Yonex! By the way, I have most of the Yonex top rackets ie Amort 900, nano 9900, mp100 etc...etc. I also know that playing good badminton have nothing to do with the racket, as in one sense that its the person who plays. I played badminton more than 20 years, to tell you the true, up to now not many rackets reallly impressed me. However, to my surprise N90 II do felt good when playing with it. I compare many shots with my nano 9900 and other Yonex rackets. With N90 II the drop shot, point smash, and forehand smash made it more control and easy for me. I am not saying this to convince any of you, it is my feeling with the racket. Everyone is different, I used to play with cheap rackets under Canadian dollars 60.00 but then again I can afford a better racket now so I went for it. One thing for sure that I like to share is that when a good racket is expensive, there are lots of cheap, fade rackets selling at 2/10 of what the real one cost. Now Li Ning high end rackets have become the victim too!

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    given the limited adoption of Li Ning rackets, do you think any of them will ever become a classic like the cab20/Ti10/AT700, etc? the only racket with such a potential would be the N90 but even that is a bit of a stretch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    given the limited adoption of Li Ning rackets, do you think any of them will ever become a classic like the cab20/Ti10/AT700, etc? the only racket with such a potential would be the N90 but even that is a bit of a stretch.
    Beside the N90, I would really like to add the N50 into the list of potential classic rackets as it is really a true classic in the making, it is by far simply the best racket I have ever used, especially for quick and furious double games, but that is only my own opinion. Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    given the limited adoption of Li Ning rackets, do you think any of them will ever become a classic like the cab20/Ti10/AT700, etc? the only racket with such a potential would be the N90 but even that is a bit of a stretch.
    I think the N50 has what it takes, it's very similar to the Ti-10, but somewhat more stable, controlled and powerful imop. Of course I can only compare it to my 3rd gen Ti. And although the N70 is used by a LOT of the Chinese, I don't think it's gonna be 'remembered' as much. Same with the N55 - very nice, but not outstanding.

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    Has anyone tried before a np201a? How does it feel? Heavy? Flex?

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    I think the N90 probably will become a classic.

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    From what I see now, Li Ning is making N90 II as their classic racket because the company made limited edition on N90 II and selling them expensively. The racket is in gold color with limited quantity. However, in order to make one racket to become a classic, I believe the judgment should be decided by the consumers. The way I feel about N90 II is like the first time I got a cab racket. Yesterday, I played with it for two hours nonstop, and my arm didn't feel a thing. I like it... .

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    How many players even use N90 (I)? CAB20/TI10/AT700 amongst the pro's were used by the dozens (maybe MP99 should be included but it's more or less replacable I guess unlike the former), N90 surely isn't the most used N-model amongst the sponsored pro's(?). I can only think of Lin Dan and Chetan Anand right now ... not that I have paid much attention to whom is using what lately (only what I saw live in action). Perhaps a few more of the indian MS players ...
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