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    I'm looking to get a my first li ning racquet.... comparing with np270 and tb nano 120. which one should i get. i'm looking for more of a balanced racquet.

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    I've been using N77II for more than a year already..what i can say is that the racket is user-friendly and easy to use, decent smash powers can be generated despite its headlight and mid-stiff specifications (provided that your wrist can generate decent input)

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    For a control single player that prefers stiff rackets what do you guys think about the N36 or N55II?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nauroa View Post
    For a control single player that prefers stiff rackets what do you guys think about the N36 or N55II?
    you cant go wrong with N36.......

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    Hi to all, good day! I'm a just new here! Are there other players used/tried the N36? Is it a head heavy racket?

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    Can anyone comment on the stiffness of the N36?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nauroa View Post
    Can anyone comment on the stiffness of the N36?
    As I have checked on Li Ning Product sites, the Flame N36 is a Medium Flex.

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    Quote Originally Posted by x_marx_dspot View Post
    Hi to all, good day! I'm a just new here! Are there other players used/tried the N36? Is it a head heavy racket?
    The N36 is slightly head-heavy. You won't get as much from it as an N90, but it offers a better level of control and gives me a lot of shot options.

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    Thanks! My game style is not about powerful smashes, but I think the slight head heavy will give a plus on that department. I'm more interested in its control level as I frequently change from Offense to Defense. can you compare the control level, e.g. to a Yonex AT800-Defensive? thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by x_marx_dspot View Post
    Thanks! My game style is not about powerful smashes, but I think the slight head heavy will give a plus on that department. I'm more interested in its control level as I frequently change from Offense to Defense. can you compare the control level, e.g. to a Yonex AT800-Defensive? thanks!
    I'm a control player as well (think the arm size speaks all), and I've found most ease with the slight head heavy rackets. In particular, the AS10 does really well.

    Somehow, the control level feels quite on par. Might be interesting to do a control test on both rackets and post the results on the blog

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    thanks for the feedback Desouled. I'm currently using and RSL M11 110, and I really like the lightness of the RSL racket. As for the N36, I'm very curious about the 5 and 7 position of the wind channels as Li-Ning states it reduces drag. Even the slightest millisecond can affect the game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by x_marx_dspot View Post
    thanks for the feedback Desouled. I'm currently using and RSL M11 110, and I really like the lightness of the RSL racket. As for the N36, I'm very curious about the 5 and 7 position of the wind channels as Li-Ning states it reduces drag. Even the slightest millisecond can affect the game.
    It was the Air Stream System that made me want to try it out too, and for now I can say that it does help marginally. Would have to do a more thorough test to find out though.

    A buddy of mine who plays singles with me thinks that the slots make the smashes louder too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Desouled View Post
    It was the Air Stream System that made me want to try it out too, and for now I can say that it does help marginally. Would have to do a more thorough test to find out though.

    A buddy of mine who plays singles with me thinks that the slots make the smashes louder too.
    Yeah! Too curious about the Air Stream System too. I just bought my online, will also do a review once I acquire it. Thanks Desouled.

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    Li Ning Racket UC3120 & UC3200, what's the difference between this two racket? Is it just the colour? And what type of racket is it, offensive or technique?

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    Quick question, I just ordered the N90 IIS, has anyone tried this one? Especially compared to the regular N90 II? Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gundam40 View Post
    Quick question, I just ordered the N90 IIS, has anyone tried this one? Especially compared to the regular N90 II? Thanks!
    S version is more flex, easier to use racket.

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    Hi all... Does anyone know about Li-Ning Woods G-Force Special Edition racket? Anyone has been using it? Kindly share the experience...

    http://www.badmintonworld.com.my/pro...=NTA=&pid=Njkx

    Thanks...

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