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Mavis 2000 versus 370

Discussion in 'Shuttlecock' started by Hinrik, Aug 3, 2010.

  1. Hinrik

    Hinrik New Member

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    Do any of you have experience with both the M370 and the M2000? I already have some 350s and I want to pick up some 370s or 2000s as well, but I'm not sure which to choose. How do they compare in durability and performance?
     
  2. wirre

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    I have used all of them, 350, 370 and 2000. Now I only buy Mavis 2000. In my experience the 350 and 2000 is quite the same regarding durability. But IMO the 2000 is performing best, although not even close to feather but at least a decent shot. Then I'd rank 370 before 350. If the price differance isn't more than £2GBP/doz I'd think it is well worth the money to get M2000 instead of 350/370.

    Since (nylon)shuttles are really expensive in Sweden I buy from Centralsports and Direct-sports in UK. Before I used to buy Yonex As30/40 too but now the differance is too small to make it worth it.

    HTH / mats
     
  3. drew tze en

    drew tze en Regular Member

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    i agree with Wirre
    i have the mavis 2000 nylon shuttlecocks and when you smash it is really different then any other nylon shuttle
     

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