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    My Grip is full wrap towel like Fu haifeng cause i play double..

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    Fu haifeng uses synthetic grip, not towel

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    My Grip is full wrap towel like Fu haifeng cause i play double..
    That is tragic =(, LD's biggest fan, plays doubles? LOL

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    stating it a few times is more than enough Flexsis. dont need to take it OTT.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babyface View Post
    stating it a few times is more than enough Flexsis. dont need to take it OTT.
    ok got it xDD understood

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    Default N90 II desgined for double players?

    After hearing reviews from our few proud owners of the N90 vs N90 II, I'm thinking out of curiosity, is the N90 II designed specially for double players in mind? 6 out of 10 casual badminton players in the market looking rackets are double players, so it make more business sense for LN to re-designed its top racket, the N90 to suit the double game more. I'm guessing even the II in the name indicates that it is a double racket? Seriously I have no proof for my theory, for all I'm only guessing.
    Last edited by laivc; 03-22-2010 at 12:46 AM.

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    does lining offer free stringing when u buy a racket?

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    Quote Originally Posted by laivc View Post
    After hearing reviews from our few proud owners of the N90 vs N90 II, I'm thinking out of curiosity, is the N90 II designed specially for double players in mind? 6 out of 10 casual badminton players in the market looking rackets are double players, so it make more business sense for LN to re-designed its top racket, the N90 to suit the double game more. I'm guessing even the II in the name indicates that it is a double racket? Seriously I have no proof for my theory, for all I'm only guessing.
    so if they ever make a N50III or N90III, it'll be a triples racket?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryim_ View Post
    so if they ever make a N50III or N90III, it'll be a triples racket?
    Well, you can never tell I guess, with so much change to this world nowsaday. Maybe due to promotion of badminton as a team sport in certain countries or local competitions, I wouldn't be too surprise to seea age groups 3-a-side or even 4-a-side badminton in the future. Hope my answer isn't too surprising for you. Cheers.

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    So, Now I also a Li Ning Racket user . Yesterday, I was going to the swissopen in Basel and I've seen the N90 Woods. It looks so nice and the price is so good(200sfr). I really like it. That's why I've decided to buy this racket. I really hope to play with that racket soon and I'm sure that I'm happy about my new racket Here are some pics:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nismo333 View Post
    So, Now I also a Li Ning Racket user . Yesterday, I was going to the swissopen in Basel and I've seen the N90 Woods. It looks so nice and the price is so good(200sfr). I really like it. That's why I've decided to buy this racket. I really hope to play with that racket soon and I'm sure that I'm happy about my new racket Here are some pics:
    I wantt ittt T> TTTT

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    Would anyone know where to purchase Li Ning rackets in Vancouver/Hong Kong?

    Note: I reside in Vancouver but I often visit HK for business trips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackvictor View Post
    Would anyone know where to purchase Li Ning rackets in Vancouver/Hong Kong?

    Note: I reside in Vancouver but I often visit HK for business trips.
    I am in Vancouver too LOL. Umm, HK should have some stores selling LN you just have to look around but if you don't feel Guangzhou is too far, You can go there LOT"s of Li Ning Stores . As for Vancouver, there is none so far.

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    is there free stringing when u buy a racket frm lining?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flexsis View Post
    I am in Vancouver too LOL. Umm, HK should have some stores selling LN you just have to look around but if you don't feel Guangzhou is too far, You can go there LOT"s of Li Ning Stores . As for Vancouver, there is none so far.
    one is in Beijing Road Guangzhou...

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    Quote Originally Posted by wubai View Post
    one is in Beijing Road Guangzhou...
    Yup, at that Guang Bai Enterprise =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackvictor View Post
    Would anyone know where to purchase Li Ning rackets in Vancouver/Hong Kong?

    Note: I reside in Vancouver but I often visit HK for business trips.
    You're almost better off buying it online since the price of LN rackets in HK are pretty expensive(retail price) without discounts... I heard they opened a store in Portland but that's like a 6hr drive...

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