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    First time posting on this forum but just played with the new Li-Ning rackets
    N50II & N90II. The N50II is a really fun racket to play with has great balance and whip speed is quite good (not quite up there as the Arc-Z but nothing is). The N90II packs a whallop punch - I like it better than the N55 but never tried the original N90 it's hard to compare. It is a stiff racket so be warned most people may not have the wrist power to really punch the shot through. The racket balance I like much better than the AT700 which to me was always a bit too head heavy and woe if you had to respond to a lightning return above the hip after a big smash. Both type II rackets have excellent head feel (very crisp) and took 0 time to get used to blocking shots and dropping them a couple inches from the net - I like!!

    For doubles - hands down N50II over the Arc-Z just more balanced attack&defense
    For singles tough call - more exciting playing the Arc-Z which has that rush. Tight precision net shorts have tighter margin of error. N90II however is just a club when you crack it down the line good it's a bullet and tight night play seems easier or at least lest sensitive to error.

    Just my 2 cents after 1 session.

    Both strung using Li-Ning 101 gut @ 28 pounds.

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    Hi all Li ning fans here, I present to u Li ning rackets ranking as at today 17/1/2010 :


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    Hi all Li ning fans here, I present to u Li ning rackets ranking as at today 17/1/2010 :
    Just out of curiosity, what are those numbers in bracket stands for ???
    Example LN Woods N90 (15) , 15 = ???

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    It means the no of users in thousands who use the rackets!

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    Default Li Ning N50II and N90II first impressions

    Quote Originally Posted by dawei94 View Post
    http://www.yoger.com.cn/product/101975.html N50II specs
    http://www.yoger.com.cn/product/101974.html N90II specs

    pictures are still only the concept drawings
    Hi first time to post here but thought this might be interesting to people.
    Had chance to play with both the N50II and N90II today so these are my impressions after 1 session.

    N50II is quite a fun racket to play with and is quite balanced for attack & defense. Would prefer it over my Arc-Z just because it seems easer to pull tight net shots and defend easier than the Arc-Z. The head feels stiff and crisp - shuttle control on tight net shots took very little time to get used to. Would prefer this to over the Arc-Z for doubles play.

    N90II has a punch and packs a whallop. Mind you not for everyone as you need to have enough wrist power to punch the shot through but when it does it smokes - like it better than the N55. Never played the old N90 so can't compare. Again this seem easier to control for blocking defense and net shots over my Arc-Z. The Arc-Z though just feels weightless and can whip at crazy speeds - that feeling is addictive. It feels less head heavy than the AT700 which is great - my biggest gripe on the AT700 was that it was a bit slow on raising the racket up especially if a return comes right above the hip after a big smash ( but again it probably was never meant for that). For singles - I think maybe the N90II would be a safer racket to use and on days when you are feeling invincible and cannot mess up - the ArcZ

    Oh both strung with Li-Ning 101 gut @ 28 lbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    It means the no of users in thousands who use the rackets!
    No offence to anyone, I just think it is more like number of people (not in thousands) who likes and voted for the racket in the website Ferrerkiko took his ranking from. For eg N90 (15 people voted that they like the racket in the site...maybe for the month).

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    Why do you keep posting these rankings? They're pretty pointless...

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    again anybody tested the lining red shoes??

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    Hi,

    I came across an online shop selling N90 II ltd. Unfortunately I now lost the link, does any know which online shop sell them?

    Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoppy View Post
    Hi,

    I came across an online shop selling N90 II ltd. Unfortunately I now lost the link, does any know which online shop sell them?

    Cheers
    Within China, this is the safest bet.

    http://www.yoger.com.cn/product/101944.html

    Hope this helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fly swatter View Post
    First time posting on this forum but just played with the new Li-Ning rackets
    N50II & N90II. The N50II is a really fun racket to play with has great balance and whip speed is quite good (not quite up there as the Arc-Z but nothing is). The N90II packs a whallop punch - I like it better than the N55 but never tried the original N90 it's hard to compare. It is a stiff racket so be warned most people may not have the wrist power to really punch the shot through. The racket balance I like much better than the AT700 which to me was always a bit too head heavy and woe if you had to respond to a lightning return above the hip after a big smash. Both type II rackets have excellent head feel (very crisp) and took 0 time to get used to blocking shots and dropping them a couple inches from the net - I like!!

    For doubles - hands down N50II over the Arc-Z just more balanced attack&defense
    For singles tough call - more exciting playing the Arc-Z which has that rush. Tight precision net shorts have tighter margin of error. N90II however is just a club when you crack it down the line good it's a bullet and tight night play seems easier or at least lest sensitive to error.

    Just my 2 cents after 1 session.

    Both strung using Li-Ning 101 gut @ 28 pounds.
    Did you bought these 2 rackets or borrow from friends in the court? Care to share where you bought them, how much, and some photo please?
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by tckang View Post
    Within China, this is the safest bet.

    http://www.yoger.com.cn/product/101944.html

    Hope this helps.
    many2 thanks........

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    Sealman, you got sharp eyes ! I had the same question when I saw him using that racquet in Korea Open and the color really looks like the N90 II.

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    Does anyone know why N90 has stopped production o.o, or has any evidence it hasn't

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flexsis View Post
    Does anyone know why N90 has stopped production o.o, or has any evidence it hasn't
    I am not sure where your news source came from but i can assure you in the birth place of Li Ning, i.e China, N90 is still very much in big production and is still the number 1 in demand LN racket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tckang View Post
    I am not sure where your news source came from but i can assure you in the birth place of Li Ning, i.e China, N90 is still very much in big production and is still the number 1 in demand LN racket.
    Really =), can you read my post in Marketplace and help me there xD

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