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question about bags

Discussion in 'Badminton Bag' started by Eluder, Mar 8, 2005.

  1. Eluder

    Eluder Regular Member

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    helloo all
    Id like to ask u do u know or maybe have and can tell me more about bags: im about to buy one yonex and dont no which one i like from the pic http://www.yonex.co.jp/intl/tennis/products/bags.html
    bag730 and bag 724 - can i put racquets into bag 730 olso? or what is destenation of it? and what mean pro or tour series?
    regards
     
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    all bags have their dimensions shown, go measure it! :)
     
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    Eluder Regular Member

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    i know it. but is bag 730 designed to carry racguets or just clothes and than i would have to buy another for racquet?
     
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    I think the 730 is a big bag designed to carry clothes and racquets and other stuff to bring along with you to a tournament. I currently owned a similar style bag (not Yonex) and it has tons of room for racquets, shoes, towels, etc.
    I just bought a 524 and it has just enough room for my 5 racquets, 5 tubes of birds, a pair of shoes, some grips, ankle braces, knee braces, elbow braces
    :p and the outer pouch is also big enough for money change and whatever u have in small size.
    Thinking seriously about the 2424-9 one actually. The 2424-9 can hold 9 racquets and a dual strap for free hand carry.
     
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    I have the 724, I can fit in it 4 rackets (i could probably fit more if I had more), badminton shoes, towel, change of clothes and a drink. The straps are quite nice as well cuz I can carry it like a rucksac if I need to take it to uni with me. Its a great bag!
     
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    I bought the 724 as well. 1500 baht in Bangkok if Im not mistaken.

    I would have gotten the 2424 if it were on sale. I have no problem with the bag as it is except for the shoe storage area, which actually takes a large portion of one of the bag's compartment.

    Considering that my old Yonex bag had a separate compartment on the sides for my shoes, this bag is not as big as it looks because of it. :)
     
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    Not enough room for shoes

    Your're correct Stantan. My 524 is quite similar to the 724 and I find the shoe compartment is small. That is why I'm thinking of upgrading to a 2424-9! Yeah, holds 9 racquets! Supposedly, this is a tennis bag but should work with badminton.
     
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    I currently do own a 724 bag... great investment indeed... ample of room for 5 rackets on 1 side, then clothes for the other slot... there's also a slot for shoes... so yea... depending on your needs...
     

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