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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    Okay Li-Ning fans, educate me as to the world of Leaning ie: How to do so and not fall over

    I've only ever had two Li-Ning, the BP300C and TP100C (I think). The 300 was great although I can't remember too much about it any more, and the 100 was a great beginner racket with a massive sweetspot.

    My current go-to rackets / all-time-fave rackets are.....

    Victor MX80
    Victor BS11
    Carlton VTT

    So, I guess I like stiff to mid-stiff rackets with a BP of around 295-300. I like All-Round rackets because I'm an all-round player. If I was pressed, I've been told I'm a frightening front court player because at 194cm and 94kgs, I can be tricky to hit around! I can rain the pain from the back court, but there are heaps of guys at my level more powerful than me at the back of the court. My assets I guess are my serve (pin-point accurate), my front court game, and my overhead shots which are very deceptive rather than relying on pure power.

    Okay, so knowing all that.......which Li-Ning rackets should I maybe be considering to have a play around with?
    I really like the MX80.. VTT i do not like. from Li-Ning it seems many players that liked the BP300C now swears by thre BP770 !!
    I thnik the BP300C had some issues with the graphite (similar to AT700 ltd etc) ) The BP770 feel very nice!!

    /T

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    Quote Originally Posted by twobeer View Post
    I really like the MX80.. VTT i do not like. from Li-Ning it seems many players that liked the BP300C now swears by thre BP770 !!
    I thnik the BP300C had some issues with the graphite (similar to AT700 ltd etc) ) The BP770 feel very nice!!

    /T
    Out of interest, where can I get the BP770 ? And how much ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    Out of interest, where can I get the BP770 ? And how much ?
    I have not bought one myself, just tried it for a few sessions.. Don't know exactly where the players i know purchased it.. I will check next time. I found some shops on the net for example: http://www.badmintonplaza.com/produc...2d1de5ae90feb2
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    Gee, it would have to be good at that price - it's only 10 bucks cheaper than most of the N-Series!

    But being from Thailand, I bet if you could walk into the store you could negotiate a better price.

    I also bet if you emailled e78 or Yellow Camel they could get it for you.

    Does look a little like the VT80 though

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    Other issue I've found is that I've now seen photos of examples with two different specs - One with 295mm +/- 4mm, and one with 300 +/- 4mm.

    First one good, second one bad.

    There's also a BP780 which looks like a less stiff version which could also be good.

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    Threads are useless without pix!

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    Prices in China seem to be YUAN830 which is AUD125 - more in line what I'd like to pay.
    Last edited by Maklike Tier; 11-03-2011 at 08:11 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    Gee, it would have to be good at that price - it's only 10 bucks cheaper than most of the N-Series!

    But being from Thailand, I bet if you could walk into the store you could negotiate a better price.

    I also bet if you emailled e78 or Yellow Camel they could get it for you.

    Does look a little like the VT80 though
    It is very different to VT80. stiff fast and very repulsive racket.. It felt very nice.. The guy I borrowed it from went to BP770 from BP300C and is very happy with the move.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    Other issue I've found is that I've now seen photos of examples with two different specs - One with 295mm +/- 4mm, and one with 300 +/- 4mm.

    First one good, second one bad.

    There's also a BP780 which looks like a less stiff version which could also be good.
    The one I tried definitvely felt headlighter than 300mm, I would say less than 295 but it is of course hard to feel the mm :-)

    I have not seen/tried the 780 :-(

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    Default can help me identify my racket authenticity?

    hello everyone, i am a new member. i decided to join because i myself is a badminton player and looking for a forum to discuss about stuffs.
    i have just bought my new li ning n90ii last week from this guy, big.show414 from ebay.
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/180712193726...84.m1497.l2649

    i know and aware that many of you think he is scammer and sell fake products. i hope i didnt buy the fake one though. i know its too late to ask, since i already buy it. but i just want to know, if any can help me out! thanks!

    here are some pics of my racket close up.


    _MG_0323 by michaelbyz23, on Flickr


    _MG_0321 by michaelbyz23, on Flickr


    _MG_0325 by michaelbyz23, on Flickr


    _MG_0326 by michaelbyz23, on Flickr


    _MG_0334 by michaelbyz23, on Flickr


    _MG_0329 by michaelbyz23, on Flickr


    _MG_0338 by michaelbyz23, on Flickr


    _MG_0339 by michaelbyz23, on Flickr


    _MG_0345 by michaelbyz23, on Flickr


    _MG_0343 by michaelbyz23, on Flickr


    _MG_0346 by michaelbyz23, on Flickr


    _MG_0347 by michaelbyz23, on Flickr


    the painting jobs and everything is here... thank you for helping me out.!

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    Welcome!

    I'm going to be the bearer of bad news here, but bigshow414 sells fake rackets at expensive prices...

    Sorry, chances are this is fake from other threads I've seen in the past.

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    This is fake. the paint job is very rough and bad. Also, the S2 logo at the cap just confirmed it.

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    Additionally, the string is knotted at the wrong grommet on the bottom - should be 1 higher for a one-piece. And I agree, this racket looks fake because of the paint and the S2 sticker. Also, shouldn't there be a sticker with a verification code on the "cover" (pic#3, where there's an empty frame on it)

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    It is a fake, genuine rackets have a sticker with identification code in the rectangle on the cardboard in picture 3.

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    the sticker with identification code is on the handle. i have gripped it, thats why i cant take a picture of it. so, this is a fake racket?

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    where can i check and make sure the authenticity? because the li ning website is no longer available

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    Quote Originally Posted by greblu View Post
    It is a fake, genuine rackets have a sticker with identification code in the rectangle on the cardboard in picture 3.
    I believe for the newer batch of rackets LN has moved from having the code on the cardboard to the handle itself... I have a few N-2 series rackets and got it at legit sources...

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