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DHS BP306 Feather Shuttlecocks Good or No Good.

Discussion in 'Shuttlecock' started by mrfree17m, Jun 22, 2009.

  1. mrfree17m

    mrfree17m New Member

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    I'm sure the quality of DHS Table Tennis Balls is good:p
     
  3. OConnell

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    "As advertised, these shuttlecocks are suitable for practice and casual games. They are of a reasonable weight, and fly well. As training shuttlecocks they are satisfactory but at $15 they are a little too expensive."

    Well, product review on amazon seems to be fine:D
     
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    Ewww! These shuttles were so soft that it feels wrong. One of the older players at my usual place came the other day and he brought some of these. They feel bad. I would not even recommend them for practice. For weak arm or beginners' practice games are fine. But for strong arm or basic level of badminton players are bad.

    And yes, DHS TT balls are awesome. Very nice to play with.:D
     
  5. chunkwok

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    i agree as well the TT balls is very good. cos the company started to product TT balls. they have establish a good reputation. after that they started to develp other sporting equipment. but still there strenght is in the TT ball and other TT equipment.
     
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    I've read that theres a problem with DHS birdies tho.I hear that they "flip".
    I've used DHS birdies before but never used any other types of feather ones so i dunno but they did flip quite alot when i lift or do some light shots.
     

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