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Buying Mavis 370

Discussion in 'Market Place' started by Zerius, Oct 18, 2005.

  1. Zerius

    Zerius Regular Member

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    where can i buy nylon mavis shuttlecocks in vancouver, and whats the price?
     
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    Yonex Canada stopped brining in Mavis 370s a few years ago. You can get the others ones still.
     
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    What the difference between Mavis 370 and 500? :confused:
     
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    where can i get any other mavises then
     
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    Better plastic design I guess, I never personally tried out the Mavis 500 since those are not carried in Canada either (US has them).

    You can get Mavis 300/350 at Tad's. I get my 300 Yellows from there.
     
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    i think the 370's are way too light, they fly out of the court so easily... not really a good shuttle to be honest... even if it is more expensive

    the 300's are just perfect
     
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    good for practice with the 370, practice ur clearings, dun hit it too hard
     
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    Personally, I havn't tried any other plastic shuttles made by yonex other than Mavis 500. Any special characteristics between each model? Weight? Design? Feel? :confused:
     

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