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    Quote Originally Posted by MetalOrange View Post
    wrong, i am not as rich as you are. yonex don't pwn me, i got gosen, rsl, mizuno and yonex and played li ning but no siree for li ning (i don't mind playing them, specially n90). THEY ARE PRICED LIKE KOENIGSSEGG when they are only a pimped volkswagen, ouch!

    oliver, almost bought one but didn't. the babolats, wilson and head thrown in the mix just gets a frown from me.
    Forgot to mentioned I am pwned by RSL as well

    Well, You can always look at the Buggati Veyron as a pimped Wolksvagen.. (buggatti is owned by VW) ,or the Gallardo for that matter ..

    Actually you seem to be a bit narrow minded about racket technology and what is advanced and what is not..

    If you think LNs DF, PCF, HB, TB-Nano, Ti-Extra-elastic, Ultra-carbon,Free-hole, Inner vawe, aerotec-beam, dynamic optimum frame, Taper-shapt, high-tesnisl slim-shaft & 3D braid t-joint etc. are "cheap", then my only conclusion is that you don't know much about racket tech in the first place...

    And even if you don't understand the tech, it doesnt really matter.. You just pick the racket up and play with it, if it is worth the money you buy it, if you don't think it is worth the money you don't buy it.. how hard is that :-)

    Stop Whining just becuase other players may not share your racket preferences and actaully think it is refresing and good for our sport when a big company is putting lots of effort jumping into the badminton business :-)

    /Towbeer

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    Smile N90II is just for info sharing

    Hahahahaha
    Guys, the N90II i posted is just to anounce that Li Ning will roll out this ....well N90 Version II.
    Whether it is pimpped up volkswagon or real konisegg, time will tell. For me , at RMB 3980 it is a BIG NO NO for me. RMB3980 i can invest in a nice JP 951W Sleek bag and 2 JP Arc Z s whom i know MetalORange will immediately fly over to meet me in Wangfujing to see them.
    But it's a free world and i would say the N90II LTD package and is designed to cater and "tailor" made for the local Chinese' taste in China. The leather stuff does not appeals to me at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    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.
    Errr Please re-edit this crap. It will make any reader to twist their tongue and may end up suffering a stroke after they finished reading the whole 2 paragraphs.
    Hint: Google or any other software translation often churns out rubbish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jaiyen View Post
    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
    Glad you like your N55. To me the N55 is quite similar to Arc 7 and Arc 10 but feels better overall.
    Like you, i am "Stuck" with Arc Z after getting used to it. All the other rackets become inferior...... Only way to enjoy other rackets is to put aside Arc Z at home .

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    Quote Originally Posted by tckang View Post
    Hahahahaha
    Guys, the N90II i posted is just to anounce that Li Ning will roll out this ....well N90 Version II.
    Whether it is pimpped up volkswagon or real konisegg, time will tell. For me , at RMB 3980 it is a BIG NO NO for me. RMB3980 i can invest in a nice JP 951W Sleek bag and 2 JP Arc Z s whom i know MetalORange will immediately fly over to meet me in Wangfujing to see them.
    But it's a free world and i would say the N90II LTD package and is designed to cater and "tailor" made for the local Chinese' taste in China. The leather stuff does not appeals to me at all.
    i am just playing with the kid and the kid gets so tweaked!

    so li ning should get a consult from LV they they want a pimp version just like the PLA got the makeover from Christian Dior.

    of course i like wangfujing so much...btw what do you call those red-coloured fruit covered with candy sweets on a stick?

    how about snake soup, ever liked it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by twobeer View Post

    actually you seem to be a bit narrow minded about racket technology and what is advanced and what is not..


    /Towbeer
    twobeer,

    you always forget how you like name calling (you forgot your other posts with name calling overtures?), then when someone calls you names you just curl up and feel condescending (begging for civility) and obligingly puckers-up. stick with what you know best. collecting sticks, playing well with them, tinker with technology (which btw, proves zit that you know racquet tech more than the other) and do write ups/reviews.

    MetalOrange
    Last edited by MetalOrange; 12-04-2009 at 04:55 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tckang View Post
    Hahahahaha
    Guys, the N90II i posted is just to anounce that Li Ning will roll out this ....well N90 Version II.
    Whether it is pimpped up volkswagon or real konisegg, time will tell. For me , at RMB 3980 it is a BIG NO NO for me. RMB3980 i can invest in a nice JP 951W Sleek bag and 2 JP Arc Z s whom i know MetalORange will immediately fly over to meet me in Wangfujing to see them.
    But it's a free world and i would say the N90II LTD package and is designed to cater and "tailor" made for the local Chinese' taste in China. The leather stuff does not appeals to me at all.
    For me special editions (like Yonex ltd, Bravesword with metal-box case, RSL diamond rackt etc.) has never struck a cord.. Why pay extra for things that does not improve the gameplay ???

    I am drooling over to try out the N90-II, but i would never consider an expensive limited edition pack ... (maybe as a gift but never for myself)..

    /T

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    Last night . for the first time try the mid range Li Ning power tact 301C.. which cost me $210 after discount. I strung using Li ning string 0.70mm , tension 27.

    Now to share with all brothers here!

    LI Ning power tact 301C

    Lobbing : 8/10

    Netting : 8/10

    dropping: 8/10

    Smashing power: 8/10

    Drive shot: 7.8/10

    Back hand shots: 7.8/10

    Pushing of shutters: 8/10

    Feeling of racket: 8/10 (Same feel as YONEX armotec 900 POWER)

    STIFFNESS: 8/10 also (Same feel as YONEX armotec 900 POWER)

    Head heavy: 8/10 also (Same feel as YONEX armotec 900 POWER)

    Conclusion : Quite the same feel as yonex armotec 900 power, good , quite like this racket.. Bros who like armotec 900 and used this racket before will like this Li ning power tect 301 C.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    Last night . for the first time try the mid range Li Ning power tact 301C.. which cost me $210 after discount. I strung using Li ning string 0.70mm , tension 27.

    Now to share with all brothers here!

    LI Ning power tact 301C

    Lobbing : 8/10

    Netting : 8/10

    dropping: 8/10

    Smashing power: 8/10

    Drive shot: 7.8/10

    Back hand shots: 7.8/10

    Pushing of shutters: 8/10

    Feeling of racket: 8/10 (Same feel as YONEX armotec 900 POWER)

    STIFFNESS: 8/10 also (Same feel as YONEX armotec 900 POWER)

    Head heavy: 8/10 also (Same feel as YONEX armotec 900 POWER)

    Conclusion : Quite the same feel as yonex armotec 900 power, good , quite like this racket.. Bros who like armotec 900 and used this racket before will like this Li ning power tect 301 C.
    Finally a decent review....care to share some photo???

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    Hi bros: Just as requested: See the link for the racket:

    http://http://www.bbesports.com/wzgl...ow.asp?ID=1420

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    Hi bros: Just as requested: See the link for the racket:

    http://http://www.bbesports.com/wzgl...ow.asp?ID=1420
    First,
    When we say "care to share some photo" it means to share YOUR OWN racket that you have purchased, by taking some photo of it.
    I live and work in China and as a badminton hardware fanatic, i don't need you to point me the BBE photo of this racket.

    Secondly,
    Your BBE link is WRONG.

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    Hey bro , mine is the same as the one as bbe sports, as i dont have a camera phone to take pict of it !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    Last night . for the first time try the mid range Li Ning power tact 301C.. which cost me $210 after discount. I strung using Li ning string 0.70mm , tension 27.

    Now to share with all brothers here!

    LI Ning power tact 301C

    Lobbing : 8/10

    Netting : 8/10

    dropping: 8/10

    Smashing power: 8/10

    Drive shot: 7.8/10

    Back hand shots: 7.8/10

    Pushing of shutters: 8/10

    Feeling of racket: 8/10 (Same feel as YONEX armotec 900 POWER)

    STIFFNESS: 8/10 also (Same feel as YONEX armotec 900 POWER)

    Head heavy: 8/10 also (Same feel as YONEX armotec 900 POWER)

    Conclusion : Quite the same feel as yonex armotec 900 power, good , quite like this racket.. Bros who like armotec 900 and used this racket before will like this Li ning power tect 301 C.
    Hmmm, for S$210, might as well add abit more to get the N90 at S$270 (from HK) since you worship Lin Dan and always want to use the same racquet he does.

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    Hey bro: in hongkong can really get N90 at $270, is sing dollar or RMB, can buy at which shop... ?

    thank you!

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    Now i shall shared with bros here, the popular ranking of Li ning rackets in china!

    My BP 301C racket comes in third!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ^Tayo^ View Post
    Here's what you guys been waiting for:

    N70, strung with nanogy95 @ 25lbs.

    First impression, what a nice racket for singles. The racket is head-heavier and stiffer compare to N50. It feels very much close to a mp99 or mp100 but more sturdy and a slight difference in the balance point, which makes it more forgiving on my shots.

    With these specs, you can imagine how much power this racket can pull off , maybe more than a mp100. But for sure it generates more power than the N50.

    As defense, it's a good blocker in singles but not good enough for defense lift in doubles. I would definitely need more flicks on a higher speed game, like the N50 for example.

    For those who played with mp99 or mp100 before, they will surely appreciate this racket.

    Here's how much I would rate on this racket.

    Attack: 9 (a lot of raw power, gotta see it yourself!!!)
    Defense: 8 (good in blocking but not in defense lift)
    Control: 9 (forgiving on any type of drop shots)
    Maneuver: 9 (matter of getting used to cause of the stiffness)

    Cheers,

    T
    can you put up a n77 review? i was thinking of buying either n77 or n70 idk which one though

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    Hey bro: in hongkong can really get N90 at $270, is sing dollar or RMB, can buy at which shop... ?

    thank you!
    IF it is RMB270, the whole Hong Kong has sunk by now, due to Mainland Chinese and crazy people like me all go there to grab it.
    Wake up. Even the fake N90 is selling at RMB340!

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