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anyone heard of dss feather shuttlecocks?

Discussion in 'Shuttlecock' started by peppy5, May 17, 2006.

  1. peppy5

    peppy5 New Member

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    i'm in china and i've seen these dss brand shuttlecocks. they are pretty cheap at 28 a tube and that's 28 rmb. 4 canadian or 3 american dollars. anyone used these before? is it a good price?
     
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    Steven_Master18 Regular Member

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    hmmm..nope... but since its so cheap, why dont u just buy one box to try it out and give us rewiew on it??
     
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    3 US DOLLARS!!!???
    wow too cheap, if you have a photo of this product post please
     
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    although they are cheap the DSS Apollo shuttles are the least durable shuttles i have ever used, sometimes they even break when being tested and i can quite easily go through 10 shuttles in a game if not more. So i suppose in a way you get what you pay for although at $3 a tube they are maybe worht buying
     
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    DSS Shuttlecocks

    Our club members in Guanzhou, China are quite happy with the DSS Gold tube, Blue Band, but it cost RMB 50 a tube in retail. It meet the standard in speed, stability and duribility, and it is economic, quite suitable for club players.
     

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