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Li-Ning No.1 (each)
[AXJJ-018]
US$6.95
by Mark Appleton Date Added: Saturday 27 February, 2016
Almost perfect.

33/34 lb and no signs of distress - excellent going for a 0.65. Power is outstanding, and even at 34 lb I can get plastic shuttles anywhere I wish with no undue effort. Feel is very good - hard and bright, but with no unpleasant vibrations or resonance - and the control is superb thanks to the BG80P-like string coating. Best part, though, is probably the sound; it holds the record on Badminton Central for the highest frequency, and hitting the shuttle hard becomes very addictive:).

Tension-holding is not too bad (but I find that at my tensions I am going past the elastic limit of pretty much every string on the market); it definitely benefits from prestretching and would probably do better at "normal" tensions.

Only thing that stops it replacing the Gosen R4X110 in my rackets is that the latter has even better feel (that no other string I have tried has been able to match).

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
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