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Any Bag that can save my racket from heat?

Discussion in 'Badminton Bag' started by slair76116, Oct 9, 2013.

  1. slair76116

    slair76116 Regular Member

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    Hi guys I work in Dubai where summer temp can go over 50c

    I have to leave the rackets in the car because I cant take it to work, any bag out there with full thermal insulation that can save the string and racket from what I assume temperatures of about 70c inside the car ?

    Thanks
     
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    Most of the tennis bags have the thermal lining. Yonex voltric lee chong wei special limited edition bag has it too i think.
     
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    Any place in Singapore I can get it now ?
     
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    I take my racquets out of the car and put then in a locker at work. As you say, temperatures get really hot in a car.

    I am a bit dubious of the effectiveness of the thermal tennis bag. It would be interesting to put it in the car and test the temperature first without having any racquets inside.

    Alternatively, you can try buying seperate thermal sheets (like space blankets), and wrap the racquets in that with freeze packs inside. Again, I would do a few tests with a thermometer first.

    I think it would be pretty interesting information to have. Could you report back on the temperatures if you measure them? Thanks
     
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    how about just taking the rackets (assuming you don't have 20 of them) out and hand carry them with you and leave them under your desk or some place out of sight yet still safe?
     
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    Dont really have a private place to keep them, only have 2 of them.

    will try to find a special edition lee chong bag
     

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