Li-Ning Racquets

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  1. Sealman

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  2. newplayer

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    better than made in malaysia badminton players ... :D
     
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    I was in China recently and was asked to look at a few top end Li Ning racquets by a large sports shop owner I knew. I told him that I would have to give them some rough handling that no shop owners would allow, to have a good idea of their quality. The owner said no problem; so I then proceeded to strip 4 to 5 different models of their plastic wrap, trademarkings that were covering the frame. At the end I can truly say that these few racquets have very high Young's modulus, significantly higher the Yonex ARC 9 that was also there. I thought that ARC 9 might be a fake, but I have since checked a few more genuine ones and the results were the same.
    I was amazed at a new Kawaski racquet he was showing me but its price was a staggering RMB 2,890. This racquet beats them all, based on my own test protocol, including the top Li Ning's. He offered to let me have it for RMB 1,900 but I declined, because he had earlier given me 3 racquets free that tested suspiciously like the Kawaski.
     
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    Guru Taneepak :)

    I'm interested to know , what Kawaski racket it was?

    And what tests did you do on the rackets?
     
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    man, i envy you that must have cost you at least 800 SGD. maybe one day i will see you with the bag on the street, after all, i live in jurong west.
     
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    Whao, look at the racket that shes holding in the second picture.....Whathappened to it ???!!!!:eek:[​IMG]
     
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    A collision with her partners racket :cool:
     
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    I am a lady.......

    BTW Li Ning rackets come with 6 mth warranty. One to one exchange.
     
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    i know you are=D but i mean like man, with envy=D i knew you were a lady once i see those pretty pink shoes=D
     
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    Can anyone explain to me about the Li Ning rackets grip size? (ie S2, and S3) Which one is bigger and which one is the smaller grip size? Which grip size of Li Ning corresponds to Yonex grip size. Like example would the Li Ning S3 sized grip be the same as Yonex G4 grip in terms of sizes?
     
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    and the weight of the racquet too....their using their own system....WS G2.....wat does it means????
     
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    Do they have a website?

    Can't seem to find site where they advertise ' Lin-Ning' rackets on the internet. Does anyone if they have a website. They must do, as they are a huge company, I understand.
     
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    anyone here can read chinese ?:crying:

    what does it say for Li-Ning HC series ?

    i want to BUY the HC1000B ..this racket good or not as it PRICE?

    help !:(
     
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    too bad...the sites are in chinese... n i can't read...lol..

    i have the Powertec 300 C -- not bad, i'll say..

    only thing is that the tension dropped very fast..

    strung at 28lbs..have a go for about 2 to 3 sessions and the tension felt like lower than 26,cos i have a racquet that i just re-strung at 26 to test the feel....
     
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    U should try string of 0.70mm !
     
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    nanogy string? haven't tried this..
     
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    anyone got a review for the Li Ning Flame N50 II ?
     
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    Anyone mind posting a detailed review of N90 II ^^
     
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    Could you tell me about UC3720 racket? Thanks so much.
     

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