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The Li-Ning 9000D (DRIVE Series) badminton racket features a stiffer shaft and highly elastic head design for rapid repulsion power. It is ideal for fast players looking to add speed to their game by switching quickly between offense and defense.
Introducing aviation technology to control the racket frame. After impact, Li-Ning rackets absorb unnecessary shaking from vibrations and restore the racket’s outer “wings” back to a precision performance mode. This readies the player for a quick, precise and stable follow-up stroke.
MPCF REINFORCING TECHNOLOGY
Li-Ning takes the extra step to avoid imperfections sometimes caused by machine processing of other rackets. By implementing multi-layer carbon fibers, the racket is crafted with strength and longevity in mind.
Li-Ning rackets are manufactured with a sweet spot that extends upward. The hitting point is moved higher, providing a larger defensive area. This considerably improves hitting velocity due to a wider stringed area and increased bounce strength.
Implementing real data compiled from the field, Li-Ning manufactures the most aerodynamic rackets possible. Advanced calculations have resulted in rackets with extremely low drag and higher intensity.
Nanometer technology combines carbon fiber and resin more closely. This method provides better elasticity, stability, and durability – resulting in more powerful striking.
STABILIZED ELASTIC SHAFT
We filled the slim shafts of our rackets with the same aramid fibers found in body armor and helmets. These heat-resistant and strong synthetic fibers provide world-class flexibility and durability. This is another way Li-Ning helps avoid sports injuries.
Our proprietary process thoroughly mixes resins with carbon fibers to ensure all our rackets are manufactured in a uniform manner. This provides optimum strength and consistent performance no matter which racket you choose.
These slim-grooved grommets lock-in and protect the exposed portion of the string along the edges of the racket. They help provide shock absorption to make your shots even more accurate.
Posted by Karthik on 27th Jan 2022
Best racket ever to play with