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need help with buying a new bag

Discussion in 'Badminton Bag' started by george_wong, Sep 7, 2008.

  1. george_wong

    george_wong New Member

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    hey everyone

    i'd like your insight and knowledge on buying a new 2 compartment bag by yonex, and preferably with backpack straps as well

    these are the things i'd like to fit in
    2~4 rackets +/- cover
    2 half a dozen birdie tubes
    2 bottles of water
    towerl
    a couple of grips
    wallet
    change of clothes
    shoes (prefered seperate shoe compartment)
    and most importantly, my dinner (i hate using a seperate lunch bag)

    i've searched around on forums.. but all i find are bags that are humongous, too old, or something i cant buy around me.
    im hoping to find a bag.. in black or grey color scheme, not too big and can fit the stuff above and also soemthing I can buy in hk.
    my mom's heading back to hk soon, and she said she'd pick up a bag for me.. but shes badminton illiterate, so i'll need a picture and address for her.

    these are the bags i've considered:
    http://img142.imageshack.us/my.php?image=bt64yk5.jpg
    this one im not too fond of, because of color, but i really like the shoe compartment, and i've seen people make this bag pretty small as well

    http://img142.imageshack.us/my.php?image=bt6bl1jf5.jpg
    this one is the one im aiming for, its black, seems like it can fit all i need, and its not too obvious when i walk into a gym (dont like attention) and the side pockets look really nice too

    thanks
     
  2. Ar Dan

    Ar Dan Regular Member

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    The second one that you're referring to should be SUNR 712 (BT6), if you go to Rose Sports in Mongkok, they should be selling it for less than $250 (i think). That will be the SP version, the material is thinner and probably won't be too durable if you carry heavy loads.
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    Or you can pay more than double to get the JP version BAG712PR. Better material and more comfortable straps.

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    skunklover Regular Member

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    ui have the smaller version of bag 1.
    good bag that one is
    bag 2 my friend has. the shoe compt is smaller, but its not a bad bag either
     
  4. george_wong

    george_wong New Member

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    okay thank you very much. by thinner and lighter loads, what do you mean? how much more thicker is the jp version? how prone is it to breaking, if i use the bag moderately?
     

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