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    hi. has anyone here used the BP300C before? quite an old model, but can get on discount at RM300 from Studio R in Malaysia. would like to here some reviews of this racket, and if it is worth buying at this price, since alot of newer models with new technology came out since then. i play mostly doubles, play with a mix of clears, drops and smashes, and some net play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by radmaszeal View Post
    hi. has anyone here used the BP300C before? quite an old model, but can get on discount at RM300 from Studio R in Malaysia. would like to here some reviews of this racket, and if it is worth buying at this price, since alot of newer models with new technology came out since then. i play mostly doubles, play with a mix of clears, drops and smashes, and some net play.
    Be carful with the grommets on the bottom of the frame if you string high-tension. the graphite there is pretty weak on the earlier models, so grommts need to be good.

    Performance wise the 300C (thera ar A = midstiff B=stiff and C= X-stiff) kicks ass! It is similar to YY 9900 type feel and speed.. It is best foru doubles if you dont preffer lighter stiffer stuff for singles. 300 sounds lika a bargain, but the quality of the graphite (elastic TI) could be better, so be carefull with grommets!

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    I m using bp710 n n50 both are super stuff. M I correct?

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    n50 is very flexible , i don't know about bp710.

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    Or it n55?

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    LOOKS fine to me. No guarantee, though

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    Quote Originally Posted by chann View Post
    n50 is very flexible , i don't know about bp710.
    flexible? The N50 (non fake) designed on Fu Haifengs preferences is stiffer than Arc-Z.. So I dont now what you consider stiff?
    Last edited by twobeer; 10-24-2011 at 05:23 PM.

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    Hm of course there is the (very slight) possibility that my N50 is fake, but I also think it's quite flexible - a medium-flex racket, as described. My Arc Z is definitely stiffer (somewhere in the low 'stiff' section). I think the N50 is very close to the Ti-10 2nd gen, that one is also medium stiff.

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    Hey Guys I need some help on buying a racket...
    I am an intimmidiate player, i am quiet big and love to smash, but because i am big i dont have fast arm swing speed like others but i have strong smash
    Whats best Li NIng racaket for me?

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    Sorry mine is n50ii

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    Quote Originally Posted by -SYC- View Post
    Hey Guys I need some help on buying a racket...
    I am an intimmidiate player, i am quiet big and love to smash, but because i am big i dont have fast arm swing speed like others but i have strong smash
    Whats best Li NIng racaket for me?
    I would advice you not to go with Li-Ning but for example with the SOTX Woven 11i.
    If you have the pure arm-strength to handle it it is probably one of the most powerfull rackets there is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thompson View Post
    I would advice you not to go with Li-Ning but for example with the SOTX Woven 11i.
    If you have the pure arm-strength to handle it it is probably one of the most powerfull rackets there is.
    Why not li ing? Also any yonex 1 good? I dont have good rist strength but big arm...

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    I can't see why you should not try Li Ning - I'd say a N70 or N50II should be good. They're both head heavy, but not stiff, so you don't need very advanced technique to get good power into your shots. The N70 is a bit head heavier and slightly lighter in weight, the N50II is a bit quicker and slightly stiffer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thompson View Post
    I would advice you not to go with Li-Ning but for example with the SOTX Woven 11i.
    If you have the pure arm-strength to handle it it is probably one of the most powerfull rackets there is.
    Quote Originally Posted by -SYC- View Post
    Why not li ing? Also any yonex 1 good? I dont have good rist strength but big arm...
    Brand name is really irrellevant Li-Ning, SOTX, Victor, Wilson, Forza, Yonex, Babolat, you name it.. All have good and bad rackets.. If you dont have very good technique and a strong wrist.. You will not benefit to much from the stiffest models anyway.

    My experienes testing lots of different racket and models I would say that LN for most models delivers better QC and quality than the competitors even for mid-range models..

    As always it finally comes doe to testing, and preferences.

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    Bought a Li-Ning NP 201A, its good, good control, i feel my smash isn't as powerful with my other rackets. I can't give a detailed, experienced explanation as i am only 15 but i play at a county level

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    and also, strings move alot, i will get it restrung soon...

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    Quote Originally Posted by WesleyChan9 View Post
    Bought a Li-Ning NP 201A, its good, good control, i feel my smash isn't as powerful with my other rackets. I can't give a detailed, experienced explanation as i am only 15 but i play at a county level
    which country u play?

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