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Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by tckang, Sep 16, 2009.

  1. Luciole

    Luciole Regular Member

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    Hello, what are the differences between n90 iii and n90 III s type? Which racket is the best for a control player in single?

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    Hi friends
    Greetings from India
    Off late I have been looking for some good li ning racquets that are even balanced with mid flex to stiff shaft...
    Am totally confused with li ning products since I couldn't find a proper categorization in their products...
    can mid range li ning products (100-150 usd) hold a strung tension of 27*29..
    Eagerly waiting for ur suggestions...
     
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    I don't have the N90 III s type. But the difference between de N90II and the N90II s type is the stiffness. The shaft of the N90 II s type is quite flexible.
     
  4. Ludwik

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    Can anybody tell me how the n90 III compare to the vzf2 as an overall racket. All i know is that zf2 have more powerful smash than n90 III
     
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    The ZFii is significantly stiffer, thats the main difference. Head weight.....I'm not sure.
     
  6. Rob3rt

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    While I was browsing on MBS, I discovered that apparently there's a limited edition of the N99 for Chen Long (Olympics edition, if you will).

    http://www.mybadmintonstore.com/shop/product_info.php?products_id=2583

    Which is funny because I've never seen him actually use the N99 in competition. I highly doubt he'll use this racket at the Olympics.
     
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  7. Ludwik

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    Hi guys. I'm wondering is the n90 III really that bad? I dont see many people using it or talking about it.
     
  8. Rob3rt

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    I've been using it for 0.5-1 year before I switched to the N80. In my opinion it's a really great racket. Good power, nice feeling and fairly fast given the high balance point.
     
  9. Ludwik

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    I do agree with you on that one. However i find it lacking in the smash department
     
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  10. Ludwik

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    Guyss. Help me out here. I've been using the N90-III for a couple of months. I still seem lack power. I'm thinking its the stiffness. How do i get use to the stiffeness? Or maybe the n90-3 isnt really for me. i dont want to give up yet on my racket.

    thanks in advance
     
  11. Rob3rt

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    Difficult to tell without seeing you play. Having problems with generating power can have a lot of reasons and of course it's possible that you prefer/benefit from stiffer rackets. I don't think it'll get better after using it for a few months already.
     
  12. Ludwik

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    I seem to doing just fine. When i used my 3d break free 80 speed. So what should be my best move now?
     
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    Why not keep on using it then? :D
     
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    Well i was using it for doubles and the n90-3 for singles.
     
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    I knew it. It's the Olympics and CL is still using his N55.
     
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    A very warm welcome for the newest member of my Li-Ning racket family: the N36.

    295 mm, medium stiff and air-stream holes. So better control than the N50-3 and not as demanding as the N99? But still faster than my N80? The specs are promising.

    First things first, have to get the crappy BG65 stringjob replaced. :)

    [​IMG]
     
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    Ou la la :D not to rain on your parade, but air-stream didnt do anything for me ;) but the specs make it sound like it has slightly more beef than the N50-iii, which - in my eyes - is a good thing :D

    On that note - I also welcome the newest, now permanent additions to my racket bag :)

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    Best-looking racket they've ever done, IMO.
     
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    Nice! Patiently await your review. ;)

    Definitely one of the best looking rackets. For me the N99 is even prettier.
     
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    I agree with Mark. I like the N99 design, but the N80-II is even better-looking imop. Glad coincidence that the prettiest also played the best for me :D Can't remember any racket that I liked better.
    N99 will not be within anyone's price range in Europe, I've heard....the price will drop jaws all around. Even worse than the N80-II :(
     

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