Li Ning - N90 best racket ever?

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  1. tony531

    tony531 Regular Member

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    i agree, the N90 is definitely a very offensive racket, compared to my AT900P, i like the N90 a lot better, IMO, more stiff, and more head heavy.

    Id say its worth the money for this racket, definitely will stick to this racket for the long run...
     
  2. Ferrerkiko

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    So bro tony 531: How much u bought LI ning N90, do u feel its more powerful than the latest Yonex arch slash & nanospeed 9900 ?
     
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    i haven't tried the Arc-Z, but the nanospeed 9900 (3U) definitely not as strong IMO
     
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    What is IMO bro ?
     
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    IMO = in my opinion
     
  6. Ferrerkiko

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    Bro : i heard Nanospeed is stiffer than Z-slasher leh ?
     
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    i just dont get that extra "punch" the N90 gives out out of the Nanospeed 9900... for the best comparison, u should test both rackets out yourself, see which one suits you better.
     
  8. Amin Khalili

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    Want to ask you, how is the feeling of N90?Which is more head heavy and stiff if compare with AT700?
    Thx
     
  9. Ferrerkiko

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    N90 vs armotec 700 .. stiffness is the same.. Lin dan last time use armotec 700 , Li ning try to make a racket same spec as it .
     
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    Nope N90 is improved. more solid, stiffer, more control and more power than AT700 (if you can yield it).. Simply a more advanced, better racket than AT700 with a similar BP and swing speed, slightly heavier...

    /Twobeer
     
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    better than TC700?
     
  12. Amin Khalili

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    Thanks for telline me that,so all of the at700 feeling is the same just everything is improved and theyre better then at700?
     
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    does n90 comes in 2 weight versions?
     
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    i would say tc700 is slightly better that n90. i'm not sure if twobeer agrees.

    but definitely yes, and of course n90 is better than at700 just a li'l bit b'cos afterall when li ning offered lin dan to jump ship, they have to make him a winning racquet as well, otherwise, lin dan could be wielding an at700 w li ning paintjob.
     
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    haha.. thats a much tougher question :)

    Power & control is similar ( I favor the TC700 a tad), and forgivness and ease of use is a bit better.. The TC700 is quicker though.. so its a toss up for me really :)

    /Twobeer
     
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    Not as far as i know.. I think all N-series are one weight (if they change the weight it will be an new designated N-number for the national templayer-series)... some of LNs other rackets though come different weight for the same model (usually W3 and W2).

    btw W1=<80g,W2=81-84g, W3=85-89g

    N90 is W3

    Cheers,
    T
     
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    Hi bros: if u take a closer look at Li ning N90 Lin Dan is using , i believe he ask Li ning to do a good paint job on the top flame of his racket to the similar color of armotec 700.. That's why the N90 he is using seems to be a bit different paint job with the one most shops are selling or even his team mates are using too..

    It seems that he loves armotec 700 very much, that's why even the flame of N90 also same color as armotec 700.
     
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    this racquet is pure garbage. For that price, the paint job is ****, the durability is ****.. everything is not worth the price. I had the N90 for 4 months, and all it gives me is nothing but paint coming off. I find the Li Ning FLAME N50 is much better than this racquet.
     
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    I believe N90 is a heavier & stiffer racket than N50, N50 racket is more suitable than N90 in double plays.
     
  20. Amin Khalili

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    Paint off .. ?How did that happen?
     

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