Li-Ning Badminton Rackets

Li-Ning have four major ranges: Mega Power, Ultra Sharp, Multi-Control and Extra Skill. Li-Ning also have three major frame profiles: Airstream, Turbocharging and 3D Breakfree. Each Li-Ning badminton racket fits into one of the four ranges, and most rackets also have one of the three frame profiles. While many rackets use 'N' in the title, this does not denote a series or performance level for the racket; the only categories to consider are the four ranges and the three frame profiles.

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What do '3D Breakfree', 'Airstream' and 'Turbocharging' mean?

Most Li-Ning premium rackets are also split into 3 racket frame profiles. These are ‘3D Breakfree’, ’Airstream’ and ‘Turbocharging’. These 3 frame profiles are all designed to increase the speed of your swing, in different ways. Most players settle one on one frame design from Li-Ning, as there are noticeable on-court differences. If you are unsure which frame profile you would prefer, have a look below at the benefits of each frame and which types of players are suited to each frame.

3D Breakfree - 3D Breakfree frames have sharp edges, reducing the air resistance from your swing speed drastically. These frames are best for players that want to maximise their swing speed at all times, and are particularly suited to doubles players.

Airstream - Airstream frames are the most recognisable Li-Ning rackets thanks to an innovative design. Airstream frames are generally flat-edged, box frames but with 4 holes at the bottom of the frame, which is designed to increase air flow and reduce air drag. These frames are best for singles players and doubles players that prefer to play from the back of the court, as they add speed into rackets designed for smashing.

Turbocharging - Turbocharging rackets have a unique racket design; the inner rim at the top of the frame runs down the side of the frame and ‘twists’ to become the outside of the frame at the bottom. This provides players with balance between speed and stability but making the racket aerodynamic at the top and bottom of the frame (where players require more speed), but remains more box-like in the middle of the frame, providing players with stability and a more consistent sweet-spot. These rackets are perfect for players that want a versatile racket that offers a good balance between speed and stability at all times.