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Better shuttlecock to buy

Discussion in 'Shuttlecock' started by karthikvel, Apr 16, 2008.

  1. karthikvel

    karthikvel New Member

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    We are just beginners and we are playing in out door. We are staying in Bangalore, India. KIndly suggest which brand of cock is better buy.
     
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    Plastic cocks will do then. Try Yonex Mavis shuttles.
     
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    karthikvel New Member

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    Thanks but we are just above than the beginners. We can smash,drop etc of c the cock. We tried with plastic also but we are not satisfied. So kindly suggest some brands of feather cock
     
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    Yonex Aerosena 10 feathers are a standard one to train with, though like most of these shuttles, they are designed for indoor use and are severely effected by even slight gusts. Shuttles made for speed badminton are heavier and better designed for outside use but I don't know anything about those.
     
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    wot is speed badminton o_O

    and badminton shud not be played outdoors anyways..best way to learn is to play in an indoor court where the wind factor doesnt come into play
     

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