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Please comment on different brands of shuttlecocks

Discussion in 'Shuttlecock' started by James.Foo, Jul 1, 2012.

  1. James.Foo

    James.Foo Regular Member

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    I'm currently using LiNing A+100 and Yonex Aerosensa 40, for me Yonex is better in terms of flight and quality but price too much in my place.

    I wanna know which 3 brands are better?
    1) Yonex
    2) LiNing
    3) Victor

    currently I'm looking for these 3 brands but I also heard that RSL and RCL produce quite good shuttlecocks.

    Both my Yonex and LiNing shuttlecocks only last about half or a game as we are quite smashers but mostly we missed and hit the shuttlecock on our racquets' heads xD
     
  2. bourne007

    bourne007 Regular Member

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    if you are from penang, i probably you know RCL well as it is very popular there. even many players in selangor here also using RCL, most court that i am playing is using it.

    used to use RSL Classic previously, the playability and hitting is nice but the durability is not that good nowadays. one game sure KO.
    change to RCL Black Gold currently, though it a bit more expensive (actually very expensive at rm63) but performance wise is good and last me about one and a half game or maybe sometimes two games.
    Yonex AS30 is good in performance but the price is little bit over for my liking, i will choose RCL black gold instead.
     
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    badder Regular Member

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    it's not a brand issues, it's what grade you are looking for. But if you can get others at good price, then no need go for RSL due to the durability.

     
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    kachang putih Regular Member

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    I from Singapore and i am using RCL shuttles too. reasonable pricing and durable too.
     
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    who manufacture RCL shuttles?
     
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    I used RCL shuttles few times quite good but due to my
    friends all prefer heavier shuttles...we stick to AS50
    : (
     
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    I used RCL shuttles before quite good in term of quality..
    But my friends all prefer heavier shuttles...
    So we stick to AS50....
     

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