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Li-Ning Air-Force 80 Lite (Navy/Orange) Badminton Racket

Li-Ning Air-Force 80 Lite (Navy/Orange) Badminton Racket

Regular price Rs. 2,570.00
Regular price Sale price Rs. 2,570.00
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The Air-Force 80 Lite offers high-durability, faster swings, super-strength, higher hitting point, extended sweet spot, and impeccable-precision by incorporating the trademark TB-Nano, Aerotec Beam System, and Dynamic Optimum Frame technologies. Designed and built for optimum success, the sturdy Air Force 80 Lite uses military-grade carbon fiber to ensure strength and power.

If you are looking for a racket to compliment your defensive stroke play then look no further, for its light head profile makes it a tailor-made choice for you. With the Air Force 80 Lite, you will never run out of power and ammunition on the court.


  • Product Range: Air-Force
  • Player Type: Attacking
  • Player Level: Intermediate
  • Weight: 80 grams
  • Balance Point: 292 mm
  • Balance: Head Heavy
  • Shaft Flexibility: Flexible
  • Racket Grip Size: S1
  • Maximum Racket Tension: 30 lbs
  • Material: Carbon Fibre
  • Frame Shape: Dynamic Optimum Frame
  • Strung:¬†No
  • Color: Navy and Orange
  • Full Racket Cover: Yes
  • Country: China

Expert Review

This is a good intermediate-level badminton racket for players who demand power and speed. The head-heavy frame has the Li-Ning Dual Optimum Frame that pushes the sweet spot slightly upwards thus, making accurate shuttle contact effortless.

This feature is a game-changer for intermediate players who are still learning to make accurate and precise shuttle placement. We also favor the Aerotec Beam System because it cuts the air resistance significantly and makes the racket very stable.

Li-Ning Air Force 80 Lite vs. Air Force 80: What is the Difference?

Both Li-Ning Air Force 80 Lite and Air Force 80 are similar. The only notable difference is the balance point. Air Force 80 Lite has the balance point at 292mm and the Air Force 80 has it at 304mm. The grip size is also different however, you can add an overgrip to customize the rackets.

Li-Ning Air Force 80 Lite vs. Air Force 79: Which One is Better?

Air Force 80 Lite weighs 80 grams and the Air Force 79 offers similar features at 79 grams. The difference in the balance point is also minimal. You can choose either of them depending on your preference.

Additional Discount

An additional discount of 3% is applicable if payment is made manually through UPI. More details are in the payment section while checkout.


A flat shipping fee of ‚āĻ100 is applicable on all orders. The order will take 3-7 days to reach the delivery address. The duration may increase depending on customization request.

Returns and Exchange

30-day return and exchange policy applicable on unused products with original packaging and tags except customized products. gift cards, sales items, and damaged/used goods.


If the product is under warranty, send it with original packaging and invoice copy to us.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Impressive Performance

I was excited to try the Air Force 80 Lite and must say the performance is impressive. Smashes are decent and drop shots are nice too. I wish it had more punch however, I understand I am still a beginner and the racket is designed for mid-level players who have developed strong arms.