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Difference between Yonex BAG10029 and SUNR-10029

Discussion in 'Badminton Bag' started by Shinobi91, Aug 11, 2011.

  1. Shinobi91

    Shinobi91 Regular Member

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    Hi all,

    I am pretty much set on buying the Yonex 10029 tour bag. I want to buy it online at MBS but the one they carry is SUNR-10029. I checked the catalog on yonex.com and the model they have is BAG10029.

    Is there any significant difference between the two? From what I see the SUNR-10029 does not have thermal lining but is there anything else I should be aware of?

    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. Shinobi91

    Shinobi91 Regular Member

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    Looks like SUNR-10029 is distributed by Yonex's Singapore distributor Sunrise Ltd.

    I wonder if it is just a different code name.
     
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    demolidor Regular Member

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    Normally it is not just a different code name. Why would you even get it all the way overseas? It's not like 10029 is not available in Canada (is it?) And due to the size most likely, no free shipping ... 10029 also doesn't have the silver thermal fiy.
     
  4. Shinobi91

    Shinobi91 Regular Member

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    Thanks demolidor

    I have been browsing online for a while and local selection isn't that great so I figure I might as well order online. I will probably go to a few stores to browse too but I don't see 10029.

    Is it really important to have thermal lining btw? I was reading some threads here and it seems like it is not really necessary but I could be wrong.
     
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    Most bags don't even have it. Was surprised the JP version had it this time as the previous two "top" of the line didn't. The international one surely hasn't had it and those are the ones sold in such warm countries as Canada, Sweden and Russia :D. Might be somewhat important for tennis players given that they actually play outside (since all the Yonex bags are for tennis as well)
     
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    Thanks for the advice! Will definitely pick it up. So many good selections though haha... I also like the 1112N but can't find it online. :mad:
     
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    JP version is better quality!
     
  8. a|extan

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    from what i know JP version are usually taiwan made

    while Sunrise version are usually china made

    quality wise.. is for every1 to see bah...
     

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