Li-Ning N9II 3U

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  1. Konquerian

    Konquerian Regular Member

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    The n7ii does have a faster swing than n9ii, but loses a bit of power on smashes due to the lighter head. However, if you adjust your swing to the n7ii, you can still get powerful smashes, so I personally don't see it as losing a lot of power, just a little.
     
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    I play with the original black pink just as much, so there shouldn't be such rivalry happening .
     
  3. Konquerian

    Konquerian Regular Member

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    I'm now down to two n9ii and one n7ii in my bag, so I'm still good, but...
     
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    Yea, I'm down to two n9ii and one n7ii in my bag now , plus the yonex doubles twin 88s and 88d.
     
  5. Konquerian

    Konquerian Regular Member

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    Yea, that's not an excuse that my wallet will accept .
     
  6. weingseen

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    After longing in AX88 and AX99 thread for some time, I pulled the trigger on none other than N9ii :D

    Gotten the bronze color version, hopefully to get it by tonight and try it.

    BTW any variance on spec for diff color? Wanted to get another purple if this suit me.

    Coming from dzs.
     
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    I’m still thinking if I should get another n9ii before it runs out of stock ( already hard to get at a lot of shops here ) or should I just get the new 75 as a spare racket
     
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    Will it run out of stock? u mean in singapore?
     
  9. Konquerian

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    Congrats bro on your new n9ii !

    I owned 2 different variance of the n9ii and have played with 3 different variance (I played with my friend's green black version ), but I didn't feel any difference in the different versions of the n9ii.

    I hope the n9ii will suit you well. Let us know how it treats you !
     
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    Konquerian: The N9ii ambassador.
     
  11. lostLore

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    Well deserved hype imo
     
  12. Leo tan

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    He spread the poison to all of us.
     
  13. Lemollin

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    You are going to love it hahaha, almost same situation as I, only I have the purple green...
     
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    Same here, Purple green. Wanted to get the Black Pink, but my wallet not deep enough. Good thing about getting a n9ii while still having dzs in the bag is there i can always switch around and it is easier to adapt.
     
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    Moving to the dark side from Yonex, hopefully :p
     
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    Nice, I always use my N9II in the first hour, then switching around DZS and 77 or 88S depending on mood. Each rackets have it's own unique characteristics, love all of them but N9II is my favourite at the moment. :cool:
     
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    Yes in Singapore. I’m looking at racketforce and E78 for the n9ii, cost about $200ish for one, which is the same price as honly in Malaysia and that’s for the new turbocharging 75
     
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    These days I can only use n9ii as when I use the n7ii I find it too stiff for me and my elbow hurts if I play for long period on the n7ii. Whereas the n9ii doesn’t have this issue for me
     
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    You might need to try a medium or softer string and/or lower tension.
    Sent from my ZTE A2017G using Tapatalk
     
  20. weingseen

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    Elbow pain as in golfer/tennis elbow or just elbow itself?

    From my experience with Dzs, for my golfer elbow, the pain will return if I strung higher tension. I was previously 28lbs and after much pain, I cut it and restrung to 26lbs and problem solved.

    So recently my string kinda lost its feeling and I cut it and increase 1lbs to 27 lbs, instant golfer elbow pain. Now I'm so reluctant to cut it because it was freshly strung, 2 of my dzs nonetheless... Bg80 you were wondering.

    Hopefully this N9ii at 27lbs Bg80 wouldn't give me this pain...


    Edit: A little add-on on my gameplay after I reduced my string tension, I am still capable of doing my power play and didn't notice much power loss or anything but my only affected part is at net play, net drop. But its all good for me since my elbow no longer hurt :cool:
     
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