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Badminton bag recommendation

Discussion in 'Badminton Bag' started by mystvearn, Aug 31, 2013.

  1. mystvearn

    mystvearn Regular Member

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    Can someone recommend me decent badminton bag (not the most expensive) which can hold at least:

    -1 pair of shoes/sandals

    -towel. Medium size.

    -At least 3 rackets (for now)
    2 rackets with full cover, 1 racket no cover. I cover the rackets, because I hate rackets banging against each other.

    -Key/wallet compartment

    -Water bottle (1L) http://www.amazon.co.uk/Lucozade-Sport-Lit...e/dp/B001W6LK28

    -Shoulder strap. Prefer 2 shoulder strap, or 1 shoulder strap with good padding.

    -Additional compartment for grip storage. Currently I have a 12" roll towel grip which I carry everywhere with me. Gone through some PU grips, now onto towel grip.

    -Shuttle compartment (optional as my club player provide the shuttles-though useful to have if I'm not playing with the club players)

    Prefer waterproof compartments as I usually bring frozen water bottle and let the water melt and drink while I play. I don't think a 3 racket bag is enough for my requirements. I previously used this bag: http://www.tulios.com/sport.htm
    The 3 squash racket bag which is fine but the shoulder strap is not that good. But at 2 pounds, I'm not complaining. It is good size, with 2 major compartments and 2 side pockets. Since it is still in courier, I am getting fed up and annoyed bringing all the gear mentioned (except the shuttle) every week.


    Any suggestions? I don't mind brand. Also, not going to spend more than RM300. Its only being used 50x+ a year. Not worth too much money. BTW, I'm in Malaysia.
     
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  3. mystvearn

    mystvearn Regular Member

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    Thanks. Got the bag
     
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    Great!

    Hope it works for you. Let me know if you like it.
     
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    I took your suggestion and got this bag. It's quite spacious and i am able to fit in a lot of stuff into it :) !! Thanks guys !
     
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    Hope it works for you. Let me know if you like it. [​IMG]
     
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    how does the thermal lining hold up? Heard some complaints of other bags with thermal lining would crack over time.
     
  8. mystvearn

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    I bought a normal bag without the thermal lining. Looks like a gimmick to me
     
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