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racket bags in HK.

Discussion in 'Badminton Bag' started by kwun, May 13, 2001.

  1. kwun

    kwun Administrator

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    hi guys...

    what racket bags are available in HK? I am looking for something that holds more than 6 rackets. my current 6 racket bag is just too small for my rackets, shoes, shuttles, 2 liter gatorade, towel, spare t-shirt, pants and various other junk that i put in it. i've managed to fit them all in, but it wasn't easy nor comfortable...
     
  2. Ricky

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    Currently, I've two badminton bags - one is RSL and the other is a Yonex. The Yonex one is an exported model which is not very expensive (~HK$300) and it can store one pair of shoes, 6+ racquets, t-shirt, drink, etc. There is one bigger model as well. Personally I think these Yonex bags are quite good (I think they are relatively new model). You can find them in Sports Star.

    Of course, if you really like cool bags and do not mind to spend a little bit more, then you should go to Luxis. They have a lot of bags shown and some of them are imported from Japan. As I said before, you can ask them to order any particular model in the Japan Yonex 2001 catalog. Fyi, expect to pay for about HK$ (the price in Yen / 10) for products imported from Japan.

    http://www.shuttle-house.com/MAIL-ORDER/Bag/YONEX-bag/YONEX-bag-Top.htm
     
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    Is there someway to translate this page? I've got a few friends in HK now that can pick up a bag for me.
     
  4. kwun

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    thanks Ricky, i will definitely need to visit Luxis when i go back. in fact, i may just not bring my current bag to save up some space on the return trip. :p
     
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    yup,
    no bag, one pair of old badminton shoes, one racquet.and........your credit card..!!
     
  6. kwun

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    reminds me of those old chinese warriors. fight all over the country with one sword on their back.

    not sure how the credit card fits in to the picture though..... .. ..
     
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    Just in time weapon. You can buy the sword when u get there.
     
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    My secret desire

    i have long for a polished aluminium violin case as my racket bag. A smooth shiny hard case aluminum is just too cool to pass up on. That's me, cooler.
     

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