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    Yep, not a beginner's racket exactly....but not too heavy, so some beginners might like it. Pretty good all-rounder, although other rackets help more with hitting hard shots - slightly softer ones like an N55 or N55-II, N70 or N70-II (head heavier and softer than the 55s)....BS09, SW36, VT70,....the list goes on The N90-II doesn't help so much with hard shots imop as it's pretty stiff.
    I think it's a very well-rounded doubles racket, for players with a strong forearm/wrist who like a controlled game. In that regard, it's the best Li Ning as it's the stiffest I've played with (N-series, not included are N30I/II, N80 and newer). It's quick enough for net play and offers good power, but I think very smash-happy players might prefer other models (N90/N50II/N55II). Very net-oriented player would probably like other rackets better as well, at least I do (for me, the N55II is the best Li Ning, and it's a shame I don't own one myself...but the BS09 is so much cheaper! And quicker! ).

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    i have the nano 220ti...loving it so far...

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    also have the ss88...lighter than nano220ti..but still packs some punch..

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    whats the best even balanced li ning racket cause i use to have yonex vt80 and then tried lining and i loved the lining

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    What are the most popular Li Ning Rackets (exclude the N90's) in China.

    Btw. Are there any reviews for the li Ning N33,
    Can't find some..
    Last edited by greblu; 06-28-2012 at 02:55 AM.

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    I currently using N90II classic version, so far so good but still need some time to handle it
    comparing i previously using Dunlop Aerogel 4D black...

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    N80 and N36

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    I find n33 a flexible version of the arc 10. Its slightly head heavy I believe but it feels even and I guess it has a high overall weight just like the arc 10 lol.

    Quote Originally Posted by greblu View Post
    What are the most popular Li Ning Rackets (exclude the N90's) in China.

    Btw. Are there any reviews for the li Ning N33,
    Can't find some..

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    A VERY flexible version....it's really soft.

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    Very hard to find conclusive Li Ning racket info on the web...
    If I want a stiff, even balanced to head light racket for doubles. What model would I be looking for then?

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    err, no idea lol does Li Ning even make flexible headlight rackets? D: I was gonna say N70 but not too sure about it lol

    Quote Originally Posted by Nauroa View Post
    Very hard to find conclusive Li Ning racket info on the web...
    If I want a stiff, even balanced to head light racket for doubles. What model would I be looking for then?

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    I'd look up the Wingstorms, they're pretty head light, but I think not too stiff...the only really stiff LN rackets I know are the N90II and BP300C. The N90II is a pretty maneuvrable racket for me, not too heavy and not nearly as head heavy as the 1st gen. Not head light, but might be worth looking into. If you're really set on a light/head light racket, LN is not your best bet though (many medium rackets with high overall weight), Victor has more rackets in that area.

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    Does anyone know the differences between the N36, N80 and TB Nano 120. They all have similar specs, they are all new 2012 models. They are all available in the UK now. Any help would be appreciated in helping me decide which model to get. Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by teiring View Post
    Today my N90 arrived.

    So far, the balance points of the N90 is at 315mm, where I replaced the original grip with two layers of Yonex AC102, whereas the Z-Force is having the balance point at 306mm, same gripping as the N90. Both rackets are strung at 27lbs with BG66UM. The Z-Force has slightly more weight than the N90. If you're comparing the stiffness of the rackets, the Z-Force is slighty stiffer than the N90. So overall when stroking the N90 feels much heavier than the Z-Force.

    I haven't yet played the N90, but by trying some stuff in my flat I would definitely say that the N90 will create much more power than the Z-Force and also the N90 seems to be less nervous than the Z-Force.

    How the N90 performs in battle, I'll be abled to tell you tomorrow after some training sessions.
    Did you buy it online? Where did you buy it, if you don't mind me asking? Very interested in the N90 thanks!

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    Can't edit post.. is this a genuine price? N90 for $180 at badmintonalley? http://www.badmintonalley.com/LI_NIN...woods-n90.htm#

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prim3 View Post
    Can't edit post.. is this a genuine price? N90 for $180 at badmintonalley? http://www.badmintonalley.com/LI_NIN...woods-n90.htm#
    supposedly badminton alley have bought up all the remaining stock of N90 from the distributor. so that's all there is for the USA. good move actually, as like any other famous rackets, the price will only go up from now on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    supposedly badminton alley have bought up all the remaining stock of N90 from the distributor. so that's all there is for the USA. good move actually, as like any other famous rackets, the price will only go up from now on.
    Oh really, it was them? I heard from Tim that it was some shop in Canada... but if that's true, at least those precious N90's will be close by!

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