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Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Smichz, Mar 5, 2009.

  1. Smichz

    Smichz Regular Member

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    Have u guys seen this stuff before?This thing,if every single of 3pcs (in the newer products,4) dumbles r put together,it weights around 1,2kg..which is 10-11times heavy of the normal racket.It trains your wrist power.Helps me preety much in my game.Including my clear and smash..:D.Preety costly though..around 50USD in china.

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    As u can see,the Korean team also have tried this product..

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    BlankShot Regular Member

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    Looks like something I'd expect to see at an adult's store. :O

    Nifty idea though, I think I might order one and try it out, which leads me to this question. Where can I order it from?
     
  3. Smichz

    Smichz Regular Member

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    From china.I can help u with that if u want.
     
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    great idea. But, I have found using a hammer and practice that way is a lot easier, and much less exprensive.

    if I remember right, those pictures were taken when Korean team was doing a practice in China for a tournament (China open?) last year, and this company was one of the sponsors.
     
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    hoaaa i made it by myself years ago hahahahahahaa almost same like that, only mine is heavier....near 2,3 kg....and cant adjusted like that only one simple bar more like a bottle of soft drink made from steel hahahahaha :D
     
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    Yes,u can actually made one urself.But it won't feel the same as that rite?The legth and the grip size does matters,so does the balance and not just the weight..Well,however,training rackets or tennis racket can be usefull as well.But it still took space if u wanna train it somewhere like ur bedroom or ur office.LOL
     
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    e78 in hk has something like this for $260 (HKD)
     
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    yup that "weight bar" has been out for a while now
     
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    Smichz Regular Member

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    I guess i made a wrong calculation.It's around 40USD,rite.Well,that includes the shipping to my place.Anyway..this dumbells is out for a while already,yes..probably last year..and it has changed its model.What i bought is the new one..
     
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    wow, lee hyun ill uses this:eek:
    no wonder his wrist power is so strong.;)
     
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    bro titip satu dong .... tapi gimana bayarnya ?

    boss, could you help me to buy one ? but haow to pay you ?
    let's discuss via PM
     
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    does it really work though? why can professional simply use a normal dumbbell to train
     
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    A normal dumbbell has weights on both ends. I suppose you could buy a normal dumbell and cut off one side :p.
     

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