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    i just bought li ning N50II and used it for the first time today. coming from an AT900T, i have to admit that i am disappointed with the N50II. i can feel its head heavier than AT900T but somehow this racquet doesn't give the same good feel as the AT900T. Feels like the sweet spot is smaller and the sound is more muted compared to AT900T.

    I have a feeling the N50II is overhyped and overrated. Nevertheless, this is just my first session and my impression may change after another few sessions. or maybe a change of string. currently using bg66 sharp at 26 pounds. i can see the stringer didn't do a good job at it and maybe this is the reason for the muted feel.

    Will provide an update after another few rounds.

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    Hi guys, I'm new to the forum and would like to ask if anyone has a comparison for the N50II with the N55.
    The reason i'm asking is because my friend has an N55 I can try and I'd like to see if the N50II is too head-heavy for me to buy/use. (haha sorry for the very long and confusing sentence)

    thanks

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    bro,
    can someone feedback on the n50ii shaft stiffness compare to all N - series?

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    N50-II is quite stiff and really not a beginners racket.. If you string it tight and put lots of power into it, it will reward you with those +300 km/h Fu Haifeng like smashes!! If you cannot flex the shaft, then use another racket

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    is it just me? i find the paintwork not as durable as Yonex.
    My N50II has sufferred quite abit of paint chips in just a couple of sessions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DonnyGan View Post
    is it just me? i find the paintwork not as durable as Yonex.
    My N50II has sufferred quite abit of paint chips in just a couple of sessions.
    From clashing with other peoples' racquets and/or hitting the floor repeatedly?

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    from miss hits and a couple of floor hits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DonnyGan View Post
    from miss hits and a couple of floor hits.
    LOL of course it will come off man! It's like banging your car against concrete wall and not expecting a dent

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    Hey guys I'm going to malay during the holidays, KL to be exact. Anyone know what the price of a N 50II is over there? Anyone have a quote on how much I should be expect to be paying for one? Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WingsAir View Post
    Hey guys I'm going to malay during the holidays, KL to be exact. Anyone know what the price of a N 50II is over there? Anyone have a quote on how much I should be expect to be paying for one? Cheers.
    About RM670 for the racket without string. Ain't you from China? Isn't it the Li Ning in china very cheap?

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    we cannot compare N50II and AT900T... they are different racket based on 3UG5 specifications.

    Overall weight - N50II is heavier than AT900T

    Heavy head - AT900T are heavier than N50II

    shaft - N50II is longer

    grip - AT900T are longer

    I have tried with different string and different tension and i feel that N50II is more "lively" and more suitable for hard hitter standing behind during doubles. Although saw Lin Dan use it at the recent 4 Kings invitation tournament at china, i still feel that this rackets is more for doubles. My China coach told me that Fu Hai Feng was forced to use Kason F9.

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    In the same way you could argue all Chinese players are 'forced' to use Li-Ning?

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    Well they're sponsored by the racket company so they would have to use their rackets, but in the case of FHF I don't think he was forced to use the F9, if he's not happy with it I don't think it's too much trouble for the company to customize one to his liking and paint it the F9 color scheme...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaiyuan View Post
    About RM670 for the racket without string. Ain't you from China? Isn't it the Li Ning in china very cheap?
    All of the Li Ning rackets suffer from some serious hype. I heard that it might be cheaper in Malay. Im pretty sure the price over here is around 1250 RMB. Assuming its the 1 : 2 ratio for RM to RMB, then its around 1340? Im not sure, maybe they will throw in some other things... Who knows :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by WingsAir View Post
    All of the Li Ning rackets suffer from some serious hype. I heard that it might be cheaper in Malay. Im pretty sure the price over here is around 1250 RMB. Assuming its the 1 : 2 ratio for RM to RMB, then its around 1340? Im not sure, maybe they will throw in some other things... Who knows :P
    how does a rm399 n90ii sounds to you in malaysia?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WingsAir View Post
    All of the Li Ning rackets suffer from some serious hype. I heard that it might be cheaper in Malay. Im pretty sure the price over here is around 1250 RMB. Assuming its the 1 : 2 ratio for RM to RMB, then its around 1340? Im not sure, maybe they will throw in some other things... Who knows :P
    It just a rumor. Li Ning is from China, despite all the taxes, it is precisely way cheaper in China. I heard from my China 's friend, he can get N50 II around 1000 RMB during promotion, you just wait for the promotion=) From china's badminton forum, not only Li Ning rackets in China is cheaper than Malaysia, Yonex too cheaper in China.

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    will do. Buy in china then.

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