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    More on NS-30:

    Yellow NS-30 has just become my favourite string: though originally strung at 33lbs, it has settled to 30lbs and maintained its tension without fail for 6 games now over 3 weeks. The thinness probably helps. It does not hit as hard as White NS-30 due to the later being thicker. Control is awesome on slice shots and half smashes on the Yellow - it helps when playing a rally based singles game and is not shy when power is needed. However the string also cuts through grommets like hot knife through butter

    On the contrary, Blue NS-30 has the lowest resonant pitch IMHE. It just seems loose compared to Yellow. Almost seems that I need to add 1lb extra over the tension that I use Yellow with to achieve a similar effect (something I will try next, although 34lbs+ is not always advisable on ANY racquet).

    Any helpful comments (Mark and others)?

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    After i use NS 95 string for sometime, i feel NS 95 still ok , tension hold slightly better than BG 65.

    From what i know NS 95 and NS 70 are the only Li ning 0.70mm string

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    After i use NS 95 string for sometime, i feel NS 95 still ok , tension hold slightly better than BG 65.

    From what i know NS 95 and NS 70 are the only Li ning 0.70mm string
    The NS95 and the NS50 are 0.70mm. The NS70 are 0.68mm.

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    Li-Ning AP70 Plus (Reel String) Badminton Gut

    • Gauge : 0.70 mm
    • Core : High Durability Multifilament
    • Outer : Oval Monofilament + Elastic Multifilament
    • Coating : Resin Coating with Wave Surface

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    Li-Ning AP70 Plus (Reel String) Badminton Gut

    • Gauge : 0.70 mm
    • Core : High Durability Multifilament
    • Outer : Oval Monofilament + Elastic Multifilament
    • Coating : Resin Coating with Wave Surface

    "From what i know NS 95 and NS 70 are the only Li ning 0.70mm string"


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    Yes, brother you are right !

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    No sweat sir!

    Have you tried the AP70 plus? How are they?

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    I have not yet try, but will try real soon . Maybe next month , will compare it against BG 65 !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trinhity View Post
    "From what i know NS 95 and NS 70 are the only Li ning 0.70mm string"

    Isn't NS30 0.70mm?

    Also, when is NS30 going to be available on the reel? Infuriating to keep paying for sets of this stuff!

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    Bro : You are right !

    Product Summary of Li-Ning NS-30 Badminton String


    • Warranty:NA
    • Warranty:NA
    • Durability: 8
    • Brand:Li-Ning
    • Core : High-elasticity multifilament
    • Repulsion Power: 7
    • Sport:Badminton
    • Outer : Nylon Monofilament
    • Control: 6
    • Gauge : 0.70mm
    • ColorSubject to availability)
    • Hitting Sound: 8
    • Coating : Special nylon coating process
    • Tension: 7
    • SUPC: 1143353

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    Sorry to bring up an old string, but AP101N is available for USD $69 (reel) on the US Li-Ning distributor's website. It had very good reviews, so is it worth purchasing? As a string similar to BG66UM in specs, intentions, and play, I feel almost obliged to purchase it because BG66UM costs ~$120 USD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkDawg View Post
    Sorry to bring up an old string, but AP101N is available for USD $69 (reel) on the US Li-Ning distributor's website. It had very good reviews, so is it worth purchasing? As a string similar to BG66UM in specs, intentions, and play, I feel almost obliged to purchase it because BG66UM costs ~$120 USD.
    The AP101 are a 0.66 gauge string so you can be sure it is not very forgiving on miss hits however they sound amazing! I personally use them and was going to grab some more for myself!

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    Great! is shopbadmintononline.com reliable? I think I remember reading something on badmintoncentral that it was but I need to make sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkDawg View Post
    Great! is shopbadmintononline.com reliable? I think I remember reading something on badmintoncentral that it was but I need to make sure.
    Absolutely! They have a toll free line which you can call a LIVE operator at 1-855-6LI-NING (1-855-654-6464).

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    Stop posting these longass crappy google translations. They are absolutely worthless and half the time no one understands what theyre supposed to say (other than a rough general idea).

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    Quote Originally Posted by j4ckie View Post
    Stop posting these longass crappy google translations. They are absolutely worthless and half the time no one understands what theyre supposed to say (other than a rough general idea).
    What long posts? He's been on my ignore list for the past year...

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