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King shuttlecocks

Discussion in 'Shuttlecock' started by mgsmith1, Mar 22, 2005.

  1. mgsmith1

    mgsmith1 Regular Member

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    IBUYSPORTS has a great price on King 707 or 505 shuttles, but I've never heard of or used this brand. Anyone have experience with it?:confused:
     
  2. scchang

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    after putting a wet sponge into the tube and let sit for a week, one 707 shuttle could last 10-12 points if there is no significant mishit. the hitting feeling is a little bit light but the overall weight is right.

    -SC
     
  3. bajinganindy

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    i have a question on how to maintain shuttlecocks. Do you put in a wet sponge or is it kinda damp sponge? thanks
     
  4. LazyBuddy

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    For $11, King 505 is NOT a great deal. For the special promotion of $475 on 50 707, the price is not bad for it's quality. However, make sure you know how to use up the 50 tubes or share with others. ;) Also, maybe check out the available speed as well. Last time, they only have 78, which might be a bit too fast in CA area. :rolleyes:
     

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