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    Quote Originally Posted by takumifujiwara View Post
    Has anyone actually bought the racket and tried using it? Any differences from its older brother?(N90)
    Initial reports say it is lighter than its predecessor, but just as stiff. if i read correctly. i think they are shifting it toward all around, not just for singles.

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    Question.
    Regarding the personal log in number on the covers of the rackets. Is this the only way to ensure that it is genuine? is there a limit to the number of times it can be used to ensure that no one can just reprint it on a clone cover?

    I have gone through this topic and it is most helpful.
    I have just purchased an n90, and before it arrives, i was just wondering what i would need to check.
    So far:

    -The picture comparisons earlier in this thread.
    -The Racket packaging
    -72 grommets

    ANy other help would be most appreciated

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    Yes, you are right, there are fakes out there with reprinted legit serial codes. The only way to check for those is via chinese forums where they can spot the repeated numbers of such codes.

    However, buying from overseas from reputable shops like mybadmintonstore and e78, sohubuy should not be a problem, rest assured

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    Quote Originally Posted by jymbalaya View Post
    Initial reports say it is lighter than its predecessor, but just as stiff. if i read correctly. i think they are shifting it toward all around, not just for singles.
    Sounds great. My current experience with my N90 isnt a really good one for some reason. It just doesnt feel right with every single shot that I make. For some reason I cant get that "sweet-spot" feeling even thought Im hitting the centre-topish place. And it also lacks the power and "bang" voice.

    Could this be because I strung the string at a low tension? Because I strung the racket at a low tension.

    Even my N77 feels way better, but yet again it was strung at a higher tension.........

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    Quote Originally Posted by takumifujiwara View Post
    Could this be because I strung the string at a low tension? Because I strung the racket at a low tension.

    Even my N77 feels way better, but yet again it was strung at a higher tension.........
    exactly. everything needs to be equal.

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    what does the N77 feel like?
    Most of the other rackets have been reviewed, but i don't think anyone has reviewed the N77

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    I think the Li Ning N series racquets use extraordinarily stiff carbon graphite, certainly very much stiffer than the best from Yonex. This is different from shaft stiffness. If you have good hitting technique with wrist speed to match, all the N series pack have extraordinary power and punch. If your hitting technique is not up to mark they seem too hard and stiff or even heavy.

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    i don't know about that, my N50 is much more forgiving than my Ti-10, more powerful too, and my skills are mediocre

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    Hi Li ning badminton fans here: N90 (2) Limited edition price at S$828, is now available at 10 & 10 Bras Basah complex!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    Hi Li ning badminton fans here: N90 (2) Limited edition price at S$828, is now available at 10 & 10 Bras Basah complex!
    S$828 is $600 US Dollars

    Who's going to buy N90 II and actually play with it? I can buy three N90 for that price.

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    Bro, the racket comes together with water bottle, photo , towel and Li ning professional string together with its L.V Li ning bag !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    Bro, the racket comes together with water bottle, photo , towel and Li ning professional string together with its L.V Li ning bag !
    and what are you waiting for?

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    If i buy the racket can give me a L.V 包包 voucher, i can bring my PRC gal go ion boutique buy for her L.V 包包... or else i feel not worth...

    Anyway Lin dan is not using that racket yet!

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    I read the news.They're Li Ning ads in The Star(if Im not mistaken).The reason they do that ads to promote their brand,wishing a happy new year,and to identify Li Ning racket.Theyre also Lin Dan pic in it.I believe that ads is around here somewhere so make a search.I lazy to take pic of it so I just explain how is it.

    (Lin Dan picture);- MY RACKET HAS UNLEASHED A NEW SUPER POWER!

    LI-NING WISHES YOU A HAPPY NEW YEAR!
    How to identify authentic Li-Ning Racquets:

    1.Ensure there's a hologram on the racket & warranty card before you make your purchase

    2.To check your authencity of your Li-Ning racket log on to : http://www.li-ning.com/fwcx and key in the serial no. located behind the packaging.

    3.Model numbers are in reflective finishing and not matt finishing on the shaft

    4.Ensure that both HB Shaft and PCF logos are authentic

    5.Make sure that serial number are being engraved on the shaft and not printed

    Authorized Distibutor
    Sunlight Marketing (Sports) Sdn Bhd
    For more information, please visit www.sunlight.net.my


    ok thats all ...
    Happy New year from me Amin Khalili!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    Bro, the racket comes together with water bottle, photo , towel and Li ning professional string together with its L.V Li ning bag !


    Woah calm down USD$600 for a water bottle, towel, string and a bag not forgetting the racket
    Can I ask who is going to buy that ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post


    Woah calm down USD$600 for a water bottle, towel, string and a bag not forgetting the racket
    Can I ask who is going to buy that ?
    I can bet you the 3980 packages will be sold out really fast, not like AT700LTD lol

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    It's a good collectors item however it's rather expensive

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