Li-Ning N50II reviews

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  1. Flexsis

    Flexsis Regular Member

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    Well said, xD, I guess that is very true, but when players review they should not say it, kinda like, the racket IS like that, but more like "I think" it is like that :cool:.
     
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    so does this racket feel like a 3U first gen Ti-10?
    the first N50 supposedly feels like a 3U second gen (don't have a second gen to compare with mine)
     
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    then i will say that it is more powerful than N90II and less powerful than N90. as i always said... i have the rackets... i tried it for few times before i comment on it... the more i used it... the more i like it over my N90II!

    i must say that N50 and N50II are different... as N50II is more heavy head.

    both are suitable for doubles.... unlike N90
     
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    juventus1 Regular Member

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    if any racket you play can deliver the power you need then why you get N90II?

    getting a racket is basically the style you play and also your level of skill. the reason why i get N90 becos it is very powerful and stiff... good for training!

    if you think that a racket/string will not give you the power... then just get apac/fleet.... which is cheaper...
     
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    juventus1 Regular Member

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    lastly... all of us can see that the 2nd Li-Ning N-series are different from their first generation.. we cannot compare it against their first gen.

    Li-Ning just started their lines of high-end racket... they have not manage to classified them under different categories... which will happen in the future... for now they just classified its by quality/price/endorsed player.

    Unlike Yonex... they are in business so long... they have already classified their rackets under the armourtec/nanospeed/arcsaber/carbonex series...based on the racket's features...

    I must said that Li-Ning N-series rackets are better qualities than Yonex high end rackets.... even Li-ning apparel is so much appealling than Yonex...

    Yonex must put in more effort in their R&D to sustain their market share!!
     
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    1. I did not choose to get N90II, it was because the place will be out of stock forever, N90 was my first choice, so I settled with N90II

    2. Just because I can produce similar power with any racket(up to a certain quality), doesn't mean I can't buy a racket I want o_O.

    3. Never said N90II give me power or the string is bad o.o, I hate apacs/fleet =)

    Just explanations
     
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    juventus1 Regular Member

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    Flexsis> so you mean that racket does matters....
     
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    Flexsis Regular Member

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    Mentally =). Yes. like I said (up to a certain quality =), like comparing AS 10 or At700, doesn't matter ^^)
     
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    I hate Li Ning...
     
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    您真受累了。。。花了三百多美金买李宁。。。

    In China,None of us use Li Ning...Only the Chinese nation team do...We all like Yonex...Li Ning...SO expensive...and so dull...:crying:
     
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    What brand is the most popular in china ? I heard Kason and SOTX got alot of follower over there.
     
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    Who do you mean by "us" and "we"? Your club members? or the whole country? :rolleyes:
     
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    OK first, please don't type Chinese.

    Second, he spent 300+ Singapore dollars, not American dollars for the racket.

    Third, I know tons of people in China that uses Li Ning. That's why the popular models are almost always sold out.
     
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    Hey... Ln n50ii thread don't troll.
     
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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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    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 :D

    /T
     
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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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    From clashing with other peoples' racquets and/or hitting the floor repeatedly?
     

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