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The situation is very different in Europe and here in Vietnam. We barely passed the 100 cases mark as of now while having China as a direct...
I am still playing here in Vietnam. And no worries about shuttlecocks since they are mainly manufactured locally.
Plenty of stock in Vietnam. And that's not the only place to have it.
That is the Li-Ning buff! haha
But his smashes look faster now so it was maybe a good move for him haha
88D 3u for stiffness and power similar as n9ii / 88D 4u for stiffness and better flat game/defense
Oh I thought you meant Ax77 3u. Ax77 is more flexible than the js10 so what I wrote previously apply. So as of now, N9ii would be the best choice.
Li-Ning prices overseas are ridiculous and their marketing sucks hard. But I can see some improvement in asia at least. Here in Vietnam, they came...
N9ii delivers power very easily due to its flexible shaft and help you maintain a decent smash without getting too tired. But for strong smashing...
What about Kason C7 Cai Yun and F9 Fu Haifeng?
How come he compare a strung frame with another one without string?! Any frame will squeeze/deform after stringing...
Saw it in store at my go to's, asked the boss about it and he said it was no good so I didn't bother..
+ less contraction on your forearm with a thicker grip which can give you a feeling of added comfort. For my case, if I go too thin, I get tendinitis.
Yes I remember that the original specs sheet mentioned 298mm for N9ii and was changed to 295mm shortly after release..
Strange. ABBT is much more durable than NBG98 and slightly more than BG80P for me.
When I bought mine, I could weight all rackets inside the shop like 7~8 and they were also in the same margin. Same with the 75D!
Durability improve with higher end shoes. Stability as well which will be better for your ankle.
Prices for both AX88 already dropped here in Vietnam from $160 to $135 so there is hope. I just got an 88D 4u and I like it way more than expected ;)