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    Quote Originally Posted by deathguyxx View Post
    Li nings have verification codes to help identify fakes. The paint job apparently looks different on the fakes and the bottom cap is apparently a sticker that looks like carbon on the fakes.

    Also, li ning didn't come out of nowhere, they acquired kason first to build on there badminton racquets but yes they are pretty expensive.
    No offense but it's not like Kason is considered one of the best badminton manufacturers out there so your point, while technically true, adds little value to the argument. Li-Ning is taking rackets from a second tier manufacturer, putting on a new paint job, and selling them for twice the price. Great marketing but poor rackets (having strung more than a few).

    The last N50 I strung showed the string pulling through a grommet, never strung over 25 lbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunny110 View Post
    so,they expensive has there reason?
    To give Li-Ning the image of premium brand like Nike, Adidas, Yonex ...

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    Im not sure how you stringed it but i strung my N55 II at 25 lbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    To give Li-Ning the image of premium brand like Nike, Adidas, Yonex ...
    Li-Ning in my opinion is a good brand, I like Li-Ning.

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    Well from Australian market perspective, no one is really buying Li Ning rackets, they are considered way overpriced, and Yonex are much better quality racket. I should know I have been trying to sell the top Li Ning rackets and nobody is buying them, even at bargain prices

    Quote Originally Posted by sunny110 View Post
    Li-Ning in my opinion is a good brand, I like Li-Ning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robbo77 View Post
    Well from Australian market perspective, no one is really buying Li Ning rackets, they are considered way overpriced, and Yonex are much better quality racket. I should know I have been trying to sell the top Li Ning rackets and nobody is buying them, even at bargain prices
    I'm so sorry with that.Which is your best selling racket?

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    I found many rackets Li Ning site Aliexpress (Alibaba). The prices are very low. ALL are faults or someone who really knows some salesman selling original rackets?

    http://www.aliexpress.com/wholesale?...ng+n90&catId=0

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    Of course, they are more false.

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    They looks so real?

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