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    Has anyone tried NP200B?

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    Quote Originally Posted by adrian88 View Post
    Agreed, currently i will be using my balance racket first before slowly increase the head heaviness until i am used to the n90 or vt ZF

    @knic83 ... what style are you playing? Here mostly are aggressive players LOL
    With the same racket, you can even add some lead tape to modify the balance point without spending an extra dime on a new one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aspros_helios View Post
    Has anyone tried NP200B?
    I happen to buy this racket and after trying it, found that its quite a nice racket that suits my play.

    I am a doubles/mixed doubles player and more of a control player. I usually push, drive, punch and drop and smash only occassionally as I do not have a powerful smash. The even balance and lightness allows me to swing and maneuver the racket easily around for my shots. This is one reason why I do not fancy the top end N series besides its high price tag.

    Of course a head-heavy racket will add power to my smash but that will make swinging the racket more difficult especially when doubles is such a fast game. Smashing at the right places and the right time can be more deadly than a powerful smash without direction and placement.

    Just my feel on NP200B. Anyone share the same sentiments?

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    thanks for the info optiblue, i think i would rather get a heavier racket for single play! So i could switch between head light and head heavy

    NP200B is almost like my BT 770 although your racket head is lighter. Correct me if i am wrong, stiff racket have more control rather than flexible shaft, right? I must say, with a head light racket i really cant back hand return over to the enemy base line, always flew just near the half court (good for them to smash lol!)

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    hello all..

    im new in this thread and im looking for a new racket (obviously li-ning) so is there someone who could suggest/recommend to me which type of li-ning racket suit with my style of play..i would say im more to an all round player with focus on accuracy and precision. thanks guys!!

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    Well for accurate all-round play I'd recommend the N90II (head heavy, you need to be slightly advanced to use it well) or the N55, which is a bit softer but has a frame shape which is ideal for control. Can be strung to taste - very controlled with 27+. The N55-II is a bit less head heavy, I believe, but also a great allround racket. Was my 2nd favorite racket from the last 5 I tested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by malakaji View Post
    hello all..im new in this thread and im looking for a new racket (obviously li-ning) so is there someone who could suggest/recommend to me which type of li-ning racket suit with my style of play..i would say im more to an all round player with focus on accuracy and precision. thanks guys!!
    All round players should use the the N55

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    thanks for the feedback guys...may I know what is the price range for the N55 racket here in Malaysia?and can someone tell me where can I found a genuine Li-Ning racket distributor in Perak/Penang?? Im a bit worry if I buy the fake one...

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    ah ... you can check it at the official malaysian li ning website >>> http://www.sunlight.net.my/lining/ , under "our dealers"

    yeah, i must say n-90 aint for everyone, get a well balance head first and slowly change with your style of playing

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    thanks for the reply adrian....appreciate it!!

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    has anyone deal with this seller??

    http://www.mudah.my/Badminton+Racket...e-14894063.htm

    is the racket genuine??

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    300 ringgit for a n55-ii .. i smell something fishy~~~ it is always wise not to fall for cheap things. Pay abit more and get a genuine one. Malaysia are really good in imitation products =X

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    thanks for the advise adrian..how much u personally think the price range for a genuine n55-ii??

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    Crap... to tell you the truth, the cheapest one i saw was the n33-ii in kl, it was selling around rm 700+! I dont know why it is more expensive than yonex. Are you a regular player or just started playing badminton?

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    ooo , from your profile i can see you are a regular .... li ning N series racket in malaysia is around 700 to 850++ (n-90ii is the most expensive LOL)

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    is it? I was a regular player, but before this I use RSL and Fischer. I want to try a new racket, but as the problem is too much on this fake racket so it always cast my doubt to buy a new racket especially the one that i never used before....

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    seriously, get from the official dealer ... you wont regret it n got 3 months warranty some more ^^! Li ning has many dealers in malaysia unlike VICTOR, one and only located in malaysia is in KL LOL!

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