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How to make your bag not collapse inward?

Discussion in 'Badminton Bag' started by CrimsonRain, Feb 5, 2010.

  1. CrimsonRain

    CrimsonRain Regular Member

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    Hi, I currently have a Yonex bag, and I was wondering if there was a way to make your bag not collapse inward. All my friend's bags seem to be rigid and fat, but when I see mine, it looked like it went through liposuction with many areas that have caved in. Do you simply have to stuff your bag until it explodes? Or do you have to put some sort of internal structure support inside the bag?

    I believe I have a 7724, but I'm not sure. It looks like this bag, except the yellow is black and the white is yellow.
    http://www.badmintonalley.com/Yonex_7724_Limited_Edition_Yellow_Thermal_Bag_p/bag-yonex-7724-limited-edition.htm

    Thanks in advance!
     
  2. Babyface

    Babyface Regular Member

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    i had a similar problem when i had my yonex bag... came down to not having enough stuff for the size of the bag
     
  3. Deathsticks

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    Yes same exact problem as me.
    i have the 7926 bag. i determined that the problem is because the stuff on the left compartmen moves under the shoe compartment and pushes it out ward. making it "cave in".
    but the main problem is because the yonex bags are very flimsy.
    they aren't stiff so u have to stuff it to make it stay in its shape
     
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    andres you have the same bag as me... why do u have issues with it. You should let me take a look at it.
     
  5. CrimsonRain

    CrimsonRain Regular Member

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    You know Max, that almost sounds weird.
     
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    Use rubber cement to glue plastic stiffeners on the inside of each side and middle...
     
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    IMHO, all of the SP coded Yonex bag will be easily collapse in shape, however Yonex JP bag has a better material that allows the bag to be as steady as possible. If you want to buy a badminton bag that looks steady, please consider on buying JP badminton bag. I have owned SP and JP badminton bag. the quality different is easily noticeable.
     
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    get more racquets....:D:D
     
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    ... well does it really matter? I mean to me it's just a bag to carry my rackets and other things in. I'm not working for Yonex marketing.
     
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    lol...they should be paying 'us' to carry n market their brand around !!:D
     
  11. Amin Khalili

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    I have the same problem on my Li Ning bag.But when I make it full gear(stuff),it came to it original size.....
     
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    fill it with packing peanuts =]]
     
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    Haha, I'm considering just filling up compartments with clothing. Hopefully it won't smell though :[
     
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    I like lipo. lol. ;) Nothing much can do about it unless you use bubble wrappers. It's like cosmetic surgery. Bag needs one as well. lol.
     
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    Go crazy and buy tons of new equipment:D
     
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    or just fill it up with drinking bottles, in case anyone else is thirsty :D
     
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    I'm sometimes scared that my drinking bottles might stack on my rackets, and apply enough pressure to break them (if I carried too many)...
     
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    Get a Babolat Aeropro bag!!!
     
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    babolat bags dont collapse in that much :p
     
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    My 9829 pro bag is also collapsing inwards while I wear it :mad: But partly because I can never fill it all up :p
     

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