Li Ning Rackets Fan Club :)

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

  1. SamsonSun

    SamsonSun Regular Member

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    我就日不懂了。。。为什么都说李宁的拍子好呢。。。
    在中国的销量真的很一般般诶!!!
    至少我在球场上面几乎没人用李宁的。。。
    一般都是尤尼克斯诶。。。
    真搞不懂这一群老外是怎么想的。。。希望有人能看懂中文。。。
     
  2. Flexsis

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    谁在电脑后你知到吗? 一定是老外吗? 想想吧.

    -Translation - He doesn't know whom is behind the computer =)
     
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    You need to chill out. Even if you don't see a lot of people using LN racquets in the area you play compared to Yonex, it doesn't mean that LN racquets are worse. Have you considered looking elsewhere?

    Lastly please post in English, it's a rule.
     
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    what has this bro got against Li-Nings racket ? I mean I cannot afford one either because of the ridiculous pricing but that does not mean I have anything against the brand. From what I read they are brilliant racket and there is no doubt about it , if you cannot afford one then move on to another brand and stop moaning.
     
  5. LD rules!

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    Sorry I don't understand, anyone willing to translate ?
     
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    here u go



    I do not know the date. . . Why say that Li Ning's beat is good. . .
    Sales in China are generally really like ah! ! !
    At least the top few people in my court with Li Ning. . .
    Generally Yonex eh. . .
    Really do not understand is how this group of foreigners think. . . Hope someone can read Chinese. . .
     
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    He basically said he doesn't understand why ppl likes and talks about LN rackets being good... The sales of their rackets in China are pretty average and he rarely see people use LN rackets when he plays... It is usually Yonex... Us foreigners are so strange thinking LN rackets are good...
     
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    thanks for the translation guys.
     
  9. SamsonSun

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    我故意的。
    如果需要的话,我会用英文写的。
    我的目的就是给认识中文的人看的。。。
     
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    It's a rule。。。
    Whatever... Go ahead for your Li Ning...
     
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    I just wanna talk about how I feel about Li Ning...

    1. It is our nation product...Made in China... Created in China...

    2. 3 months ago, I had ¥1,500 and I wanted to have one. When a went into a racket store I asked the owner which brand is more famous , higher tec and better seller? At first, I wanted to have Li Ning for our nation team use Li Ning. Then, I changed my mind after the owner said: U have a lot of rackets to choose, Y you pick LI Ning. most of customers in the shop like to have a look at Yonex and Victor. All though nation team use Li Ning, but you don't know how much Li Ning sponed Li Yongbo.

    3.I looked some Li Ning rackets..I don't know how to describe in English how I felt...Big...And I don't like the painting...Bood Red, Ruby, Black and Silver...It made me feel like they copy the Yonex's ArcSaber 10,9,7.

    Just my points...No offence...Although I don't like Li Ning at all, it's still the nearest...
     
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    People's opinions are respected, but not everyone buys Li Ning just because the national team uses it. <- this in fact is true, as many other people use lower end Li Ning Rackets which are cheaper.
     
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    I am sure there will be plenty of supports for LN...its the same for other brands such as Victor or Yonex. In your short description, especially point #2, there are many sides to a story. The store owner might push other brands because he can make more money from selling Brand A as opposed to Brand B. I am not saying that this is the case but just one of the many possibilities.
     
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    I don't think Li Ning is cheaper...In china, LI Ning is sooooo expensive ...Victor is cheaper for us...If we want to paly bad' choose a low-level Victor first...
    after much progress, change a high-level Yonex...
     
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    it seems his only dislike of LN is the similar paintjobs to Yonex
    he said he never actually tried it
     
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    Your statement was incorrect, just because you can't obtain the LN rackets at cheap values, does not make the item impossible to get at low prices. :cool:

    P.S. You haven't tried it. I believe LN is valued high for a reason (一分钱一分货) Translation: You get what you pay for
     
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    How many shop did you visit? Other shop owners may have different opinion.

    N series may look like Arc10. But not Arc 9 and 7.
     
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    Excuse me, is Lining racquet now having same serial number for their shaft? Which i think they are doing it now?
     

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