LI-NING Cai Yun Rocks N33 Professional Badminton Racket

LI-NING Cai Yun Rocks N33 Badminton Racket
LI-NING Cai Yun Rocks N33 Badminton Racket
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List Price: $229.95
ON SALE: $159.95
Professional Series
Product Type: RACQUET
Made in: China


Custom Stringing



Li-Ning Rocks N33 badminton racket is smart stream-lined shape renders the Rocks N33 low air resistance. The Li-Ning Cai Yun Rocks 33 is a lighter weight racket with even balance feel. It is an excelent weapon for playing close to the net where quickness and reflexes are needed the most. With superb defense characteristic, the Li-Ning Rocks N33 racket still provides good power for aggressive play making the racket excellent for all-around and aggressive playes. Li-Ning Flame N33 badminton racket is taylor-made of Cai Yun, one of China national team top men doubles player and top doubles player in the world.

The racket name "Rocks" came from the adage in Sun Tzu Art of War that stated, "When in movement, be as swift as the storm. When in tactics, be as intricate as the woods. When in aggression, be as ferocious as the flame. When in stillness, be as steady as the rocks".

  • Level: Advance
  • Type: All Around / Offensive
  • Flex: Stiff
  • Head: Square/Isometric
  • Weight: 84-89gm(3U-)
  • B.Pt: 6 (Even toward Head Heavy Balance)
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  • Head: Carbon Graphite, TB Nano Powertec, PCF Reinforcing Technology, DF Shock Absorption System
  • Shaft: Carbon Graphite, HB Shaft
  • Cover: Li-Ning Bag (Holds up to 3 rackets)
  • String: Yonex BG-65 (Custom Strung) / Upgrade Available

Average Customer Review: 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review.

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Very powerful racket November 5, 2012
Reviewer: Derrick Lee from Houston, TX United States  
This is one of the 2 Li-Ning rackets I bought. The other is N50 which I really like very much and became my main racket now. The N33 is a good smashing racket. I get very good power and was able to create powerful shots from the back which help my doubles game. However, I feel more comfortable with the N50, especially when playing fast game.

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