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6 racket bag or 9 racket bag!

Discussion in 'Badminton Bag' started by tjayuk, Nov 18, 2009.

  1. tjayuk

    tjayuk Regular Member

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    Hi I am looking at the yonex 7926 or 7929 racket bags and buying online. Unfortunately none of my local shops sells these so i cant look at them!

    Im really torn between which to get as i dont want a bag thats too big nor do i want one too small.

    I carry 6 rackets, 1 pair of shoes, spare socks, 1 tube of shuttles, a face towel, shower towel and shower gel, change of clothes and just personal bits like phone wallet etc

    Could i realistically fit all of this comfortably in the 6 racket bag?? or am i going to need to get a 9 racket bag.

    I appreciate your thoughts
    Thanks
    Tjay
     
  2. tckang

    tckang Regular Member

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    Hey Bro,

    Wrong place to post. It should be under the "Bag" thread section.
    Thanks
     
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    drifit Moderator

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    thread moved to bag section.

    the 6-rackets bag will fit just fine. pack and not much room for anymore.
    a 9-rackets bag will provide extra room.
     
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    Ya, a 6 racket bag will fit everything you're looking at but I just moved to a 9 racket bag and it's great.
     
  5. tjayuk

    tjayuk Regular Member

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    Hi Thanks for the replies! I forgot I also take a large bottle of water too!! So if its going to be a bit tight in a 6 racket bag i will probably opt for the 9 racket bag do want the bag breaking and bursting at the seams!!

    Does anyone have an opinion on the bust 9 racket bag thats not too bulky maybe with a wet compartment i like the look of the yonex 7929 but am open to suggestions

    Thanks
     
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    if you buy this bag, please post some photos.
     
  7. LD rules!

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    If you are talking about the new bag (the 2009 one) then I have it (7829) it is fantastic !!!! Tons of space for everything you could possibly need
    Also it is better spending a extra couple of £££ on a 9 racket bag than a 6 because if you run out of space in a 6 racket bag then you have nowhere to put your stuff whereas In a 9 racket bag it is virtually impossible to run out of space
     
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    I actually ended up buying the Yonex 8926 Tournament Active
    Its a 6 racket bag which im very happy with it just fits all my stuff without being heavy and bulky. Used it at my first match this week I lost unfortunately and broke the strings on my favourite racket :-(
     
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    Its ok to get a 9 racket bag if it is not too bulky for u.
     

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