Li Ning Rackets Fan Club :)

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

  1. Vivek Bagadhi

    Vivek Bagadhi Regular Member

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    Could you review it

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    I came over from the n9ii and apacs assailant pro so the specifications are quite similar on paper..Easy to pick up this racket though I had only 1 session from it so far, clears and defense were good. However I am still getting used to it’s smash steepness as I am hitting quite a number of it into the net, could be I am still getting used to it. But when it does work, it is powerful considering it is 4U and balance point is around 293-295 ish..
     
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    Anyone played the 70C yet? Thoughts in comparison with the 70, 75 or 75C?
     
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    So after spending 4 hours with my N7II, all I have to say is wow. From the very first swing the racquet just felt right, it's as if I've been using it for many years. It really gets the job done in the front and mid court, and it's no slouch either in the back. I don't know if it's just me, but playing stick smashes with this racquet felt very satisfying.

    Anyways, thanks for the recommendation guys, and I think I'm ready to move on from Yonex :D
     
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    Which N7II? Hendra black green series?
     
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    Agreed. At first i hesitated to get n7ii due to its 3u weight. But with the clearance sale on one of indonesian e-commerce platform made me drools so i decided to get it. Previously i was using TC75D which is an amazing fast racket, but lacking in power department. N7ii seems to be better tailored. Power is easy to access although not like typical head heavy sledge hammers, very fast to manoeuvre although it is 3u, and precision of shots is on point.

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    1. 9000 c is brilliant doubles racket
    2. Very fast to for defence
    3. Mid court is solid too
    4. Attack is powerful
    5. Its 3u but u wont feel that heavy


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  8. Coolkas

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    Sorry i didnt see your request about 9000C review
    Completely agree with this, i'll add some notes tho, you could say it is "a little bit powerful all round racket" , the smash is not the best but its pretty good, and you can feel the weight when you drive while warming up, but when you are in a game it is not noticeable.
    And this racket feels really solid.
     
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    Kidambi using Tectonic 7 ??? 4u ???
    Kidambi using which shoes ???


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    Who???? What???? Why???
     
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    Yes, he used Tectonic 7 in his match against MAS.

    Shoes!!, may be cool shark, not sure.

    The way he is playing atm, I don't feel he should be regarded as a professional player.
     
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    I let my clubmates try out my N7II last Saturday, and most of them are in love with it. One of them said it reminds him of the ZF1 (don’t know how true this is since I’ve never tried the ZF1).

    @Terraglow how similar are the TC75D and the N7II? I’m quite curious because you said the TC75D is lacking in the power department. I’d love to hear what others have to say too regarding this.
     
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    Wow... that's.... just wrong on so many levels... :rolleyes:
    A bit like driving a Porsche Boxster and saying "oh man, this one reminds me of that Hummer I once had!".
     
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    Hahahaha I knew something wasn’t right because those voltric racquets are much more head heavy
     
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    At least you've just learned an important thing: Don't listen to anything racket-related that this particular guy is telling you ever again. Cause he is clueless and/or has a very, very bad memory.
     
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    i wonder how is this guy skill level:rolleyes:
    Coz i know 1 player that is all talk but his skill himself is kinda crappy yet if he manage to get 1 lucky point from his better opponent he laugh like mocking the opponent. Tho eventually most of my friend who is not bullier & rarely aim for a weak one starting to bully him, slaughter him, aim all the shuttle at him, & he just shut his mouth & not even a smile:p
     
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    Yes i concur to @Terraglow, TC75D is a good stiff racket (very good in precision and control). but it lacks a bit in power compared to say 3DCaliber 900i or Tectonics 7 in the weight category. i own all three :) .

    Note: If your technique and fitness level is good, then power generation wont be any issue at all.
     

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