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    Quote Originally Posted by KELVIN HO View Post
    I agree POWER depend on "SKILL AND TECHNIQUE " == WHEN SKILL and TECHNIQUE is the same ..... THE RACKET does make a DIFFERENCE ...DIFFERENT racket unleashed different potential POWER ..

    Its like a HIGH QUALITY KNIFE and a NORMAL KNIFE ...the cutting ease is different ..THE HIGH QUALITY GERMAN KNIFE cuts easily as compared to the eg CHINA knives or less quality knifes ...THERE is definately a different in RACKET performance ....EACH have different potential ....
    Good knives are not German, they are Swiss, or French.

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    Thank god you were here to point that out

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    Hi.

    Looking at getting the

    LI NING WINDSTORM 690

    Does anyone own this?

    Some places say it's flexible shaft, others say medium.

    I don't like flexible shafts so want to find out before buying

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by *___* View Post
    Hi.

    Looking at getting the

    LI NING WINDSTORM 690

    Does anyone own this?

    Some places say it's flexible shaft, others say medium.

    I don't like flexible shafts so want to find out before buying

    Thanks

    normally windstorm series has flexible shaft . i havent tried ws690 but i am using ws 680 which is not really a flexible shaft and is a decent racket for doubles play if you are looking for medium shaft and a racket for doubles play try n7 or n9

    both are superb rackets and much better then windstorm series

    my all time favourite from li ning is N90 III

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by amish1980 View Post
    normally windstorm series has flexible shaft . i havent tried ws690 but i am using ws 680 which is not really a flexible shaft and is a decent racket for doubles play if you are looking for medium shaft and a racket for doubles play try n7 or n9

    both are superb rackets and much better then windstorm series

    my all time favourite from li ning is N90 III

    thanks
    Thanks for the reply. I ordered Ashaway Superlight 99 SQ http://www.directsportseshop.co.uk/P...mSearchPage=No Which seems very similar and other members on the forum like the racquet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by *___* View Post
    thanks for the reply. I ordered ashaway superlight 99 sq http://www.directsportseshop.co.uk/p...msearchpage=no which seems very similar and other members on the forum like the racquet.


    great all the best with your new racket .

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    I have a chance to buy some Li Ning demo rackets at a cheap price.
    They aren't really demo rackets(not like straight from the lining factory before release) but just rackets that were bought and used throughout clubs for testing.

    I usually play men's doubles and hit pretty hard from the middle, back. Also love speed.

    Any of these worth looking at?

    Lining Turbocharging 7, 9 speed
    LD90 II
    N9, N7


    If anybody knows any info about these rackets...please share. Lining doesn't seem like they want to write down rackets specs :P It's hard to come across weight, balance, stiffness of lining rackets. All they do is list all the fancy technology stuff they put it the racket.

    Thanks :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by orangenetic View Post
    I have a chance to buy some Li Ning demo rackets at a cheap price.
    They aren't really demo rackets(not like straight from the lining factory before release) but just rackets that were bought and used throughout clubs for testing.

    I usually play men's doubles and hit pretty hard from the middle, back. Also love speed.

    Any of these worth looking at?

    Lining Turbocharging 7, 9 speed
    LD90 II
    N9, N7


    If anybody knows any info about these rackets...please share. Lining doesn't seem like they want to write down rackets specs :P It's hard to come across weight, balance, stiffness of lining rackets. All they do is list all the fancy technology stuff they put it the racket.

    Thanks :P


    Check out the racket guide at www.shopbadmintononline.com

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    Anybody know the difference between Turbocharging 9 speed, Turbocharging 7 speed?

    All it shows on different stores, lining websites is that they are
    Both medium flex
    675mm in length
    9 speed is a MP series(Mega Power)
    7 speed is a PM series(Pro Master)

    But they seem like two exactly same rackets...
    lining loves naming their technology, series in a fancy way and don't really show racket specs...
    :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by orangenetic View Post
    Anybody know the difference between Turbocharging 9 speed, Turbocharging 7 speed?

    All it shows on different stores, lining websites is that they are
    Both medium flex
    675mm in length
    9 speed is a MP series(Mega Power)
    7 speed is a PM series(Pro Master)

    But they seem like two exactly same rackets...
    lining loves naming their technology, series in a fancy way and don't really show racket specs...
    :/
    There is a racket guide which can be found on www.shopbadmintononline.com which show the specifications of these rackets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinhity View Post
    There is a racket guide which can be found on www.shopbadmintononline.com which show the specifications of these rackets.
    Thanks but it doesn't show up on their guide...:/
    I'm thinking the Turbocharging 9 speed, 7 speed is the downgrade version of N9, N7 which would be a mid range racket so it doesn't show up on there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by orangenetic View Post
    Thanks but it doesn't show up on their guide...:/
    I'm thinking the Turbocharging 9 speed, 7 speed is the downgrade version of N9, N7 which would be a mid range racket so it doesn't show up on there.
    It's there sir. Need to look carefully in the guide.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinhity View Post
    It's there sir. Need to look carefully in the guide.
    Nope...all they have is the Turbocharging N7, N9, 7TD

    They don't have the 9speed or the 7speed

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    Quote Originally Posted by orangenetic View Post
    Nope...all they have is the Turbocharging N7, N9, 7TD

    They don't have the 9speed or the 7speed
    Ah! I see what you are looking for.

    The "S" versions are designed to make the racket easier to swing by becoming less head heavy and a more flexible shaft kind of like the N90II and the N90II-S

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    Quote Originally Posted by zhuangcorp View Post
    Thanks for the link, but this is precisely what I mean when I say that the specs on the internet don't make sense.

    For example, the N90-2, used by 2 time olympic champion Lin Dan, is listed as "flexible".
    How could anybody smash that hard with a flexible racket. The specs cannot be accurate.

    The N55-2, which I think a number of top players like Zhang Nan and FHF use, is listed as "medium" flex. That makes no sense at all to me.

    The N80, used by Xu Chen and I think Chen Long, is listed as having balance point of 275. Again...this can't be right.
    Check some of the slow motion videos on youtube. When you see how much some of those Li ning rackets flex/ bend at the shaft you will believe the specs! I watched a match on badminton tv and in the intervals they showed slo mo highlights. The amount of flex was incredible.
    Last edited by skid101; 12-09-2014 at 09:55 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skid101 View Post
    Check some of the slow motion videos on youtube. When you see how much some of those Li ning rackets flex/ bend at the shaft you will believe the specs! I watched a match on badminton tv and in the intervals they showed slo mo highlights. The amount of flex was incredible.
    It's actually surprising to see the bend of stiff rackets in slow motion.

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    Hi Guys : Any of you have any review of Li ning , Windstorm 600 Silver blue/Purple color racket ?

    Thanks

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