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    any bros here who have tried both n90 and n70?can u comment on the control,power,head heaviness and etc between the two racket?i'm a curious person lol .thank you

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    hmmmm...

    looks like so many Jedi knights turned to the 'dark' side..

    should i 'turn' too ?

    cos, i'm a Y guys all the while.currently using nanospeed 9900 and amortec 900 power.

    tried many make of racquets, but didn't get the feel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Easy Tiger View Post
    I heard in China there are vending machines where you can buy LD's used undies.
    well, if you were talking about gurlz undies...but you are not.

    the vending machines should smell like...vending machines?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssnazmee View Post
    any bros here who have tried both n90 and n70?can u comment on the control,power,head heaviness and etc between the two racket?i'm a curious person lol .thank you
    I have tried them both.. not so much test-time with the N70 though..

    They are about equal in head-heaviness, but the N70 is overall heavier so it feels head heavier as well when playing, swining. The N90 is noticeably stiffer than the N70. Both are attacking offensive rackets, suitable for an offenive singles game imop.

    They are both extremely powerful (and demands strength from the user) !!
    For me the N70 felt like a little more flex 2U version of N90.. Or N90 felt like a stiffer 3U version of N70. N70 are speced at 89 grams but feels like a 2U, if you lokk at it the other way around imop.. Even N90 feels heavier than most 3Us due to its 305 or so BP (unstrung)..

    Cheers,
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    thanks bro twobeer for the information .of all li ning rackets i owned(n33,n50,n55) for me n33 is the most head heavy.also i agree with bro tckang n50 is less head heavy than n55 but i think not that much because u won't notice the different when u swing it for the first time.the power of the three racket were almost the same.for n50 in my opinion it does provide explosive power when we r used to it.wake the sleeping lion then it will give u what u want lol . cheers

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    Dear all Li-Ning friends, I currently have a N50 and somehow I find that I can't smash as hard as my YY AT900P. Should I get a N55 or a N90 to achieve the kind of power smashes that I had previously enjoyed using my (now sold) AT900P? Not that I'm complaining about my N50, it improves my overall games with better touches and I have improved my defence compared to using my AT900P, I just need a new smasher racket to replaced my sold AT900P in days that I feel like smashing a shutter and do nothing else. PS: I only want to buy Li-Ning's rackets, no other brands pls. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by laivc View Post
    Dear all Li-Ning friends, I currently have a N50 and somehow I find that I can't smash as hard as my YY AT900P. Should I get a N55 or a N90 to achieve the kind of power smashes that I had previously enjoyed using my (now sold) AT900P? Not that I'm complaining about my N50, it improves my overall games with better touches and I have improved my defence compared to using my AT900P, I just need a new smasher racket to replaced my sold AT900P in days that I feel like smashing a shutter and do nothing else. PS: I only want to buy Li-Ning's rackets, no other brands pls. Thanks.
    I would be inclined to sugest you to trial N33 or N90.. N77 might feel to heavy for defence if you like the swiftness of then N50. If you wanna try some non N-series, I would higly reccommend to demo the TP101 ..That felt really nice and in my opinion the most bang for the buck racket from LN I have demoed..

    /Twobeer

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    Quote Originally Posted by laivc View Post
    Dear all Li-Ning friends, I currently have a N50 and somehow I find that I can't smash as hard as my YY AT900P. Should I get a N55 or a N90 to achieve the kind of power smashes that I had previously enjoyed using my (now sold) AT900P? Not that I'm complaining about my N50, it improves my overall games with better touches and I have improved my defence compared to using my AT900P, I just need a new smasher racket to replaced my sold AT900P in days that I feel like smashing a shutter and do nothing else. PS: I only want to buy Li-Ning's rackets, no other brands pls. Thanks.
    Or try a different string tension? Same tension on different racket would be different.

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    I think there's way too much emphasis on the N series. The LN racket lineup is very deep and it looks to me [without the luxury of having demo'd any] that the 'lower' series might offer supreme value with the vast majority of the performance of the N series.....minus you helping to pay Lin Dan and FHF et al's hair gel bonuses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Easy Tiger View Post
    I think there's way too much emphasis on the N series. The LN racket lineup is very deep and it looks to me [without the luxury of having demo'd any] that the 'lower' series might offer supreme value with the vast majority of the performance of the N series.....minus you helping to pay Lin Dan and FHF et al's hair gel bonuses.
    Well said and very true indeed.
    Their TB, BP, HC series are all nicely made and has a wide range for different level of players.
    But what to do, the "hype" is still surrounding Lin Dan, FHF, etc super heroes of China and their "weapons" they yield.

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    Thumbs up Li Ning N90II Ultimate Limited Edition On Sale now

    Hi Guys,

    Yoger.com has started to sell this so called N90II Ultimate Limited Edition Set. What does it contain? Well i will let the photos do the talking (photos courtesy of Yoger.com.cn).

    Photo #1 : The Li Ning N90II Ultimate Limited edition pack
    Photo #2 : It comes with a hand carry leather bag and a one sling bag pack
    Photo #3 : Leather Racket Cover
    Photo #4 : Even the String and the grip has their own leather pouch
    Photo #5 : The golden color N90II itself
    Photo #6 : 2 tubes of Goose feather Shuttle (Looks like 2 bottle of red wine)
    Photo #7 : Water Bottle with Lin Dan's signature (good for somebody)
    Photo #8 : Limited edition towel with leather pouch
    Photo #9 : Limited edition China national team photo and comemorative gold medal. (comes free with this purchase)

    All these goodies at how much ??? RMB 3980 at Li Ning Retail price and RMB 3188 at Yoger.com.cn

    Bad news for any Lin Dan rackets and water bottle collector.....
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    Default ultimate limited? i don't know

    tckang,

    bro, sorry about this. but frankly speaking, i think the ultimate limited edition collectionS from li ning looks like a trying hard ''louis vuitton'', it cheapens li ning all the more. the tubes of shuttles looks like 'great wall thingy brand of rubbish wine'.

    i trust they should come up with something original...what are their design team doing? looking at which to imitate?

    just hire louis vuitton to design it for them, they will be charge an arm and a leg, but they charge the consumers limbs so no biggie. hey, even the people's liberation army got their uniforms (yeah, that distinctive green) designed by christian dior!

    true li ning fans are used to paying through the nose anyways!

    MetalOrange

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    Quote Originally Posted by MetalOrange View Post
    tckang,

    bro, sorry about this. but frankly speaking, i think the ultimate limited edition collectionS from li ning looks like a trying hard ''louis vuitton'', it cheapens li ning all the more.
    I actually quite like the graphics. 3 figurines with one jump smash and one net retrieval. Not sure what the last guy is doing.

    Not a true (or fake) Li Ning fan so I will not pay for it... thru the nose or otherwise.

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    Just got my n55 back from stringer and gave it a go

    First impression was great, exactly what i was after, a beefed up arc10.
    Unfortunately I've become to accustom to the arcZ and the n55 really cant compare to it in terms of power and feel... that being said, ill practice more with the n55 soon, and give a proper review sometime next week.
    So far really enjoying the "darkside" but Dinkalot's Pandas are also very tempting
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    no sense in paying through the nose, eh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by weeyeh View Post
    I actually quite like the graphics. 3 figurines with one jump smash and one net retrieval. Not sure what the last guy is doing.

    Not a true (or fake) Li Ning fan so I will not pay for it... thru the nose or otherwise.
    yeah, but perhaps you like loius vuitton, or being bombarded by adverts by LV? therefore, it is ingrained in your brain the lines, curves, monograms, etc.?

    no sense in paying through the nose, eh?

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    Now i shall introd brothers here : Li ning Power tec rackets:

    Whether swing from any angle, you have access to as Xingyunliushui feel like, this lightweight material from the racket, and the seamless construction. To take a lightweight carbon composite fibers, made of pipe-type pre-preg materials, through the multi-dimensional continuous three-dimensional weaving method to obtain high strength and rigidity, durable. Traditional materials can not match that can be bent around the nature, so that the body does not produce any shoot fold. From preparation to processing, not cut off any of a bunch of fiber, thus eliminating the film body joints. So as to create a racket, so you really handy, such as the arm so that means.

    Key recommendation BP301A, 301B, 301C, which several badminton racket for e-commerce special funds can not buy in the store is. Workmanship, etc. and BP300A, BP300B, BP300C the same, but the price is much cheaper to buy is definitely the preferred network.

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