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    so how can you tell when buying a 2nd hand racquet whether it's an original.
    presumably the seller can get a fake one and give you the orignal paper cover and you'd never know the difference.
    doesn't seem very safe to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamzz View Post
    so how can you tell when buying a 2nd hand racquet whether it's an original.
    presumably the seller can get a fake one and give you the orignal paper cover and you'd never know the difference.
    doesn't seem very safe to me.
    As a matter of fact, this is a problem if u intend to buy a second hand li ning racket.
    And u r right about the paper cover problem. I thrown mine the moment i open my rackets.
    Hope they can improve on this acpect

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    Thanks tckang

    Here's my first "cosmetic review on the N70. Pretty slick... lol

    Enjoy
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    Cool Pic there dude.
    String it and try it when u r free.
    Cheers

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    Default LN N55 Flame

    Ok, after more than a month getting this gem and using it for more than 40 hours of play, here is the existing status of my N55.

    Drum roll........


    The racket bag. I kinda like it as the color stands out. Can fit only 3 rackets though.


    I also noticed that not everyone get this bag when they buy N series racket. Seems that only within China u get this bag with the racket.


    The racket after more than 1 month use. Yes, i re-string it and change the tape already (compare with my photos previously posted in this thread)


    Angle shot hehehe


    Last shot.

    Overall this racket is now my personal favourite (for now). The smash, net play, defence, flat shots, overhead clears are solid with this racket, once you get used to it.
    Suitable for both singles and doubles play.

    Cheers
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    dude can you please tell me the difference between the n55 and the n50?

    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by adonis View Post
    dude can you please tell me the difference between the n55 and the n50?

    cheers
    N50 is according to specifications slightly heavier and a little less head heavy than N55.

    /T

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    where did you get ur info from?

    hmm does that mean n55 is supposed to be better?

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    Quote Originally Posted by adonis View Post
    where did you get ur info from?

    hmm does that mean n55 is supposed to be better?
    To me, (and i stressed, ME) N55 is better than N50. This is because i prefer "heavier" rackets. Hence, N50, NS9900 are all not my cup of tea. Rather Arc ZS, Zelm Trixon8 and N55 are all not my prized weapons.

    Go try one before buy it, where possible.
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    N50 stiffness compared to 3rd gen (purple) Ti-10?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dawei94 View Post
    N50 stiffness compared to 3rd gen (purple) Ti-10?
    Maybe the rest can help here. I never use Ti-10 before so cant comment here.

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    Default New LN N series Ad (featuring Lin Dan)

    The latest advertisement, posters featuring Lin Dan (sorry in Mandarin).



    The ad is basically making Lin Dan saying: "I want to be better, thats why i switch racket...."
    The posters is now everywhere in busstands, etc in Beijing

    The official web: http://www.li-ning.com/badminton/

    ENJOY

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    Quote Originally Posted by twobeer View Post
    N50 is according to specifications slightly heavier and a little less head heavy than N55.

    /T
    I think the weights of both rackets (N50 & N55) are similar from the specifications (W3: 85 - 89g); whereas the balance point for the N55 is higher than the N50 (N55 @ 295mm comparing to N50 @ 290mm), meaning the N55 is indeed more head heavier than the N50. What this translate is that the N50 is designed more of a double specialist racket and the N55 is more suited for single games (tckang had also commented that the N55 is one hell of a double games racket as well).

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    Quote Originally Posted by laivc View Post
    I think the weights of both rackets (N50 & N55) are similar from the specifications (W3: 85 - 89g); whereas the balance point for the N55 is higher than the N50 (N55 @ 295mm comparing to N50 @ 290mm), meaning the N55 is indeed more head heavier than the N50. What this translate is that the N50 is designed more of a double specialist racket and the N55 is more suited for single games (tckang had also commented that the N55 is one hell of a double games racket as well).
    Thats right. In fact one of the Chinese National Team doubles (i think it's the women pair, one of them) is using N55. To me N55 is suitable for both doubles and singles. What N50 lacks at the smahing power in the back court is complemented by the N55.
    Just my own opinion.

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    Bro: i dont agreed with u , if so fu haifeng should be using n55 and not N50

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    Bro: i dont agreed with u , if so fu haifeng should be using n55 and not N50
    For that i don't know. N50 is developed based on Fu Hai Feng's input, as mentioned by Li Ning.
    As per what i said, this is my personal feel and experience of using the N55, as compared to the N50 (which i also tested before i decided to purchase the N55).
    So, whether why Fu Hai Feng use N50 and not N55, it really is HIS choice. But his choice does not mean it has to be everyone's choice and also does not mean N50 is better than N55 in doubles.
    To me N55 really can cover up the lack of smahing power at the back court as compared to the N50. The rest, they are almost identical, hence both are same price and under the same Flame series.
    So, it is personal opinion, like i stressed above, and i hold onto mine.

    Cheers

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    Yes, I agree it's more of a personal choice for FHF to use the N50, since, I honestly think he could probably play just as well using the N55 (or whatever racquet he's comfortable with).

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