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need some feedback about hi-qua blue birdies

Discussion in 'Shuttlecock' started by yanpok, Apr 12, 2005.

  1. yanpok

    yanpok Regular Member

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    Hi everybody,
    Can anyone provide some feedback about hi-qua blue?
    Recently, I have found out hi-qua blue birdies are very low quality and expensive too. and I have used the areoplane EG1130, by far it is the best. anyone is using eg1130, please tell what you feel.

    Thank you!
    Yanpok
     
  2. SteveStanley

    SteveStanley Regular Member

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    I have been using Hi-Qua Blue for almost 5 years, so far so good as long as I get the fresh ones, but I can't keep it for months and use it, they will break fast. So, I only buy 4 tubes every2 - 4 weeks or so, whenever I need it. The guy who sells it keeps them in the basement, so it's not too dry.

    Overall, it lasts long, decent speed, and considered cheap (now it's $13/tube). I like it. :)
     
  3. LazyBuddy

    LazyBuddy Regular Member

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    Many ppl using HQ blue in 1 local club. I think the shuttle is ok at its price range, if they are not dried out prior to the usage. You might consider steam them, if u think they break way fast. I believe HQ offers bulk discount, which might make this shuttle to be a good deal with even lower price.

    Btw, u mean Aeroplane G1130, with the red/black/gold tube?
     

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