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differentiate between mavis 300 and 350

Discussion in 'Shuttlecock' started by d3sm0nd, Nov 25, 2008.

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  1. d3sm0nd

    d3sm0nd Regular Member

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    any1 knows?:confused:
     
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    d3sm0nd Regular Member

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    and which mavis nicest to play har?
     
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    from what i have read from cooler's comments, 350 is the better choice..........
     
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    From our testing we found that the 350 is slightly slower than the 300 at a given speed (so the Medium 350 is slightly slower than the Medium 300, etc). The 350 is closer to feather in terms of flight path, though. They seem about the same as far as durability.
     
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    Do not start another thread for this type of discussion. It has being already discussed and the threads were closed because it got out of control.
     
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    d3sm0nd Regular Member

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    sorry bro!:(:(:(
     
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    no problem, dude :)

    Just stick with real badminton shuttles, and it will not be an issue about which of the poor Mavis are the most poorest :p

    /Twobeer
     
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    u need to get new glasses:p
     
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    or 500...

    same, same but different :p
    ...
     
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    don't worry about it. As long as people don't go wild then that is fine
     
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    Haha.... All Synthetic shuttles feels the same for me because I can hit them really hard. I'd say feather's are just too darn light that I can't feel a thing... At least the Mav's give me a vibe that says "You are hitting me..." kinda thing.

    But, I have yet to try Mav 350 or up since I still need to use up my "box" of Mav 300's... :D
     
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    ROFL, from my feedback, the vibe i got from feather shuttle is " you are breaking me..." kinda thing:D
     
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    I don't know. I feel that synthetic shuttles are way more durable than feather. And after a game or so, feather will be all spike-ed up for me where as synthetic still retains the original form, pretty much...

    But I do want to try the Mav 2000 though because it sounds so cool when you say it....;)

    EDIT: Don't want to double post.... @cooler Yes I know....
     
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    read carefully, i've said feather shuttle.....
     
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    The Shuttle Stops Here

    Please see the earlier discussion on this subject.
    Closed.
     
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