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Any more playable and cheap shuttlecock which made from china?

Discussion in 'Shuttlecock' started by swgiant, Sep 15, 2006.

  1. swgiant

    swgiant Regular Member

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    I tried kason brand, it is damn good and durable but quite pricy... Do you guys got any suggestion a shuttlecock which made from china?
     
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    Most shuttles are made in China now :cool:
     
  3. Neil Nicholls

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    I've had some cheap QangLi (sp?) which were horrible
     
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    Yonex AS50 is made in China
     
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    Feather Shuttles - RSL or Tronex are cheap.
    Plastic Shuttles - Yonex Mavis 370 are cheap enough and very durable.
     
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    I would personally vote for RSL, they have great shuttles at great value.
     
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    gabxzz, are you using the RSL Tourney No.1?
     
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    Yupp. Currently using Tourney No. 1 with some friends. Use Tourney No.6 for practise though. I only use the Tourneys in a indoor court, so I do not have much of a idea of how it perform outdoor. Both are great shuttles
     
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    May I know where and how much you purchase those shuttles? :)
     
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    I get them usually at queensway for 24 to 25 a tube. have to bargain though.
     
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    thanks for the info. :)
     
  12. Smichz

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    i know 1 vietnamese brand,it's very durable n fast.When me n my friends played using that bird..it'll took more than a fast n a hard game to broke one of the 12 wings.I dont know the brand..but the ribbon is red.Reminds me of a garuda,or gajah mada birds in indo.It's relatively cheap as well..about 3$ per pack,compare with the indo's birds..+5$
     
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    China brand

    My group are using Aeroplane red. It's not bad, almost similiar with Gajah Mada made in Indonesia. However, the Black-Aeroplane brand is the best for advance player.
     
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    12 wings??? counterfeit shuttle... a REAL birdie should have 16 feathers.
     
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    Smichz Regular Member

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    there's tronex,bolidun,wolves,Dmantis,victor,Apple..which costs around 20-40 RMB here in china.
     
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    ohh..sorry,my bad..i guess i typed it wrong.Guess aint no shuttles that only got 12,otherwise it'll fly weirdly.Yes,there's 16..n really durable!
     
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    Hi, I need cheap tronex of victor if you got addresses :D
     
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    you have links to the shops please?
     
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    honestly i think shuttlecock quality has been going worse and worse now, even the big brand, but again, stick with the big brands for them having the volume when placing orders to the factory and able to keep the consistency somehow: Yonex, RSL, Victor, etc; btw, Chaopai red is really good but pricey)
     

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