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    Quote Originally Posted by tckang View Post
    It really depends on individual, teoky. Like me, N90 is as stiff as a Wood. and hence to me it's a piece of "crap" (sorry no offence). N55, who some feels heavy and sluggish is a precious jewel for me.
    So, this further proves the point of different racket different feel on different hands.
    No offence taken, we all share what we believe is true from our own point of view.

    Though there are feedbacks that the N90 is stiffer than the N55, I don't feel that it is really that stiff. Maybe because I have used stiff and demanding racquet like the TC700 so in comparison, others are not so bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teoky View Post
    No offence taken, we all share what we believe is true from our own point of view.

    Though there are feedbacks that the N90 is stiffer than the N55, I don't feel that it is really that stiff. Maybe because I have used stiff and demanding racquet like the TC700 so in comparison, others are not so bad.
    Exactly.
    I have friends who loved AT700 and they in turn, adores N90 over anything else.

    My intention is just to highlight to the community that individual personal feels when the racket is at his/her own hand is the MOST important thing over whatever comments available here by any one of us. Sometimes it can be confusing to newbie as someone said it is DAMN good, MUST BUY, but another say it is crap and a waste of money

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    Quote Originally Posted by tckang View Post
    It really depends on individual, teoky. Like me, N90 is as stiff as a Wood. and hence to me it's a piece of "crap" (sorry no offence). N55, who some feels heavy and sluggish is a precious jewel for me.
    So, this further proves the point of different racket different feel on different hands.
    yes, as like for me..N55 is a cool racket

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    Quote Originally Posted by tckang View Post
    Exactly.
    I have friends who loved AT700 and they in turn, adores N90 over anything else.

    My intention is just to highlight to the community that individual personal feels when the racket is at his/her own hand is the MOST important thing over whatever comments available here by any one of us. Sometimes it can be confusing to newbie as someone said it is DAMN good, MUST BUY, but another say it is crap and a waste of money
    Best is to try it out personally but that's not always possible and that's where feedbacks come into the picture.

    Actually my friend owned a N55 but switched to a N90 after trying it out. I am a N55 owner but when I tried the N90, I was blown away literally as the balance, feel and power all kinda click.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tckang View Post
    It really depends on individual, teoky. Like me, N90 is as stiff as a Wood. and hence to me it's a piece of "crap" (sorry no offence). N55, who some feels heavy and sluggish is a precious jewel for me.
    So, this further proves the point of different racket different feel on different hands.
    happy new year tc.

    hmmm, crappy (choice of word), may i suggest using ****(ty)? haha, just fooling around. so, r u freezing ur ass (no offense intended) in beijing or back in temperate m'sia? everyone is stranded and can't get out.

    luckily i went to xiamen, it is manageable/bearable. also, went down to quanzhou, fuzhou and jinjiang (got bizniz partners). me and partners do toy bizniz, for instance, GUNDAM. our licensed oem manufacturer would cast molds for specific designs depending on requirements. been doing it a long time (molds are expensive, initially. but factory workers' wages are cheap, so it balances out).

    hold it, not total irrelevance here...

    one not-so-busy afternoon, while having dimsum, a truck bearing the Li Ning logo sped by and I said: wow, Li Ning seems to be booming huh! then my biz associate retorted: don't you know Li Ning are now made and produce in ShiShi (Lion Rock City)?

    whoa! i didn't know, however, i do know (having goods produce in chn ourselves, particularly in Shi Shi.) that the labour cost is really cheap in ShiShi. so N90 II and the rests of the line up must be mighty profitable and real kick ass expensive. at least arc z is made in an expensive environment so that it can claim that it is worth so much! factory workers in ShiShi are paid peanuts in wages incongurent to the astronomical sums LN charges.

    so ld_rules might tongue lash (keystroke u) u for even trying to think about it, much more buy it, eh!

    MetalOrange

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    @metalorange

    I am strugling to decide between the N90 and the N55 & also the N50 i was thinking that i would get the N55 but then some said that there isnt much difference between the N90 and the N55 so i then thought i would get the N90.
    But then i saw the N50, anyone know how that plays ? anyone compare it to a yonex racket ? the cheapest i can find it for is $181 +$10 for shipping so it better be worth it. As the i can get a AT700 for $126 + $10 for shipping which would save me quite a bit of money
    So does anyone have an N50 ? Care to give there thoughts ? Thanks

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    LD_rules,

    i think we'll have to wait for tc, as he has impeccable timing when the heavy discounts presents itself. i trust he can always zero-in and point us to the right direction when LN goods is the topic.

    MetalOrange

    p.s. weren't we imposing a ban (rather, confiscate his treasure trove of LNs) on tc getting the n series. seems you've turned to the dark side of the moon?

    tc,

    has your friend opened that physical shop yet you are mentioning. although, he is keen on the japanese products only (for now), he might entertain the idea of getting top end LN products too, supposing the price is right?

    MetalOrange

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    MetalOrange

    Dont worry, i havent turned to the Dark side YET, i only want to sample the li ning rackets to see what all the hype is about, if it isnt better than my AT900t then it will be on this forum up for sale faster than it took me to order it. Anyone know of a website (apart from sohubuy ) that sells legit Li Ning rackets cheap ?

    P.s.

    We only wanted to confiscate tc's rackets so that we could keep them for ourself's !!! :P:P

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    Hi,
    ok I am have done a lot of saving (money) :P and I wanna buy the best racket, to buy a good racket I have to order it because on this little island they don't sell anny good brands :@

    I want the best power racket their is and I'm confused which one to buy..
    For good power and defense which is the best: yonex arcsaber Z slash
    Li ning N90 Woods
    yonex armortec 700
    yonex armortec 900P
    I know this thread is for Li ning fan club but PLS someone help me out I did alot of research and I'm confused so be honest and help me thnx

    srry for the bad english

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    Quote Originally Posted by jairbak View Post
    Hi,
    ok I am have done a lot of saving (money) :P and I wanna buy the best racket, to buy a good racket I have to order it because on this little island they don't sell anny good brands :@

    I want the best power racket their is and I'm confused which one to buy..
    For good power and defense which is the best: yonex arcsaber Z slash
    Li ning N90 Woods
    yonex armortec 700
    yonex armortec 900P
    I know this thread is for Li ning fan club but PLS someone help me out I did alot of research and I'm confused so be honest and help me thnx

    srry for the bad english
    The racquets you listed are more for offensive player, you can't have the best offense and defense in one racquet. If I have to chose, my vote goes to the N90 and the AT900P.

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    ow yes I know, what I ment realy was that I want the best offensive racket that is easy to manouver to but now I'm thinking about the n90 or the arc Z :P which one of these two do you think is the best for power and defense I know both are offensive but because I can't test them I have to ask for oppinions

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    Quote Originally Posted by jairbak View Post
    Hi,
    ok I am have done a lot of saving (money) :P and I wanna buy the best racket, to buy a good racket I have to order it because on this little island they don't sell anny good brands :@

    I want the best power racket their is and I'm confused which one to buy..
    For good power and defense which is the best: yonex arcsaber Z slash
    Li ning N90 Woods
    yonex armortec 700
    yonex armortec 900P
    I know this thread is for Li ning fan club but PLS someone help me out I did alot of research and I'm confused so be honest and help me thnx

    srry for the bad english
    If there is really a LN racket (as this is a LN fan site) that is good in power and defense, I highly recommend the Flame N50 which is endorsed by China's Fu Haifeng. Plays is similar, if not much better than the the Yonex Ti-10 (3rd Gen). I have now used it as my primary racket for double games (I still keep my YY AT900P as reserve just in case I need to sacrifice my defence for more power to attack from the baseline). However, being a convert from YY to LN, I am now seriously considering getting a LN N90 or a N55 to replace my AT900P for the same purpose.
    Last edited by laivc; 01-04-2010 at 08:04 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MetalOrange View Post
    LD_rules,

    i think we'll have to wait for tc, as he has impeccable timing when the heavy discounts presents itself. i trust he can always zero-in and point us to the right direction when LN goods is the topic.

    MetalOrange
    Sorry no discount yet so far in COLD *** Beijing Will keep you guys posted

    Quote Originally Posted by MetalOrange View Post
    p.s. weren't we imposing a ban (rather, confiscate his treasure trove of LNs) on tc getting the n series. seems you've turned to the dark side of the moon?
    Feel free to confiscate, as there is only ONE and ONLY LN N55 in my treasure trove, i bet your air ticket is going to cost you more than that by coming to Beijing.

    Quote Originally Posted by MetalOrange View Post
    tc,

    has your friend opened that physical shop yet you are mentioning. although, he is keen on the japanese products only (for now), he might entertain the idea of getting top end LN products too, supposing the price is right?

    MetalOrange
    Shop is opening on 16th Jan 2010 at "Mu Dan Yuan" (Exit B of Mu Dan Yuan Station, Line 10 Subway) Am going there on the first day and will snap some photos and post it here in BC. For your bag kinky sake, i will snap some nice bags and aso TC700 and Mizunos JP version shoes.
    But no, he does not sell LN products. Even if yes, it will be standard China retail price, which is the "heaven price" range.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jairbak View Post
    ow yes I know, what I ment realy was that I want the best offensive racket that is easy to manouver to but now I'm thinking about the n90 or the arc Z :P which one of these two do you think is the best for power and defense I know both are offensive but because I can't test them I have to ask for oppinions
    Both N90 and Arc Z are solid offensive rackets.
    There is no such racket as Solid offence + defence exist. More often than not one outshines the other in each racket. And as i said, try to borrow, lend, by whatever means try the racket you intended to buy before committing it.
    The last thing you wish is you bought a RMB1980 N90 (Or Arc Z, AT700, TC700, whatever) because BC forum said is THE BEST, MUST BUY, WONT REGRET. But when you use it, it feels worse than a RMB200 brandless racket. (VERY POSSIBLE can happen when one buy a racket blindly in most time)
    OK, i know i am a "OLD" **** naggy tckang.
    i rest my case.

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    i now that I have to try it first but here in curacao badminton isn't popular only 10 people or less here have hi end rackets and all are yonex and the newest model is the muscle power 99 and the nanospeed 9900 I tried both, didn't like the ns 9900 because I am a more offensive player :P

    So it is impossible for me to try the arc Z or the n90 ..
    OK to make it easier for u which of these rackets 2 rackets are better overall rackets :P I dont qant a overall racket,, but which of these two are a better overall racket pls give me one of these 2 rackets otherwise I'll have to with my eyes close :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by jairbak View Post
    i now that I have to try it first but here in curacao badminton isn't popular only 10 people or less here have hi end rackets and all are yonex and the newest model is the muscle power 99 and the nanospeed 9900 I tried both, didn't like the ns 9900 because I am a more offensive player :P

    So it is impossible for me to try the arc Z or the n90 ..
    OK to make it easier for u which of these rackets 2 rackets are better overall rackets :P I dont qant a overall racket,, but which of these two are a better overall racket pls give me one of these 2 rackets otherwise I'll have to with my eyes close :P
    IF you ask ME, i will tell you Arc Z as it is now my primary racket. But Arc Z has very small sweet spot and totally different play rhythm/timing of contact. So good luck if you pick this. N90 is not my cup of tea but i am sure there are many that will disagree and say N90 is way better than Arc Z.

    So may i suggest to put this off line in Private Message (PM) and lets get back to the main topic of this thread, which is meant to discuss ONLY Li Ning Rackets .

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by tckang View Post
    Sorry no discount yet so far in COLD *** Beijing Will keep you guys posted


    Feel free to confiscate, as there is only ONE and ONLY LN N55 in my treasure trove, i bet your air ticket is going to cost you more than that by coming to Beijing.


    Shop is opening on 16th Jan 2010 at "Mu Dan Yuan" (Exit B of Mu Dan Yuan Station, Line 10 Subway) Am going there on the first day and will snap some photos and post it here in BC. For your bag kinky sake, i will snap some nice bags and aso TC700 and Mizunos JP version shoes.
    But no, he does not sell LN products. Even if yes, it will be standard China retail price, which is the "heaven price" range.
    thanks in advance for offering to snap and feed my bag fetishness!

    still LD_rules and i will come and confiscate it despite of the ass freezing temp there, remember there's that added bonus--the slick white bag!). but you only have one n55, hmmm...anyways LD_rules is bordering on turning to the dark side so i can have the one you have haha? right LD_rules? we would have no use of one half a racquet don't you think?

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