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REVIEW: New Babolat AeroPro 12-Pack Racket Bag!

Discussion in 'Badminton Bag' started by DinkAlot, Oct 7, 2005.

  1. DinkAlot

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    GuavaWang says I have a "racket bag fetish". :p This is true. I've purchased over 10 racket bags since March 2005. In addition, I've gone to the Racket Doctor (which has just about every racket bag in existence), I bring all my gear and test fit each potential racket bag to see which one I like best. The Racket Doctor people think I'm crazy as well. :p

    Anyway, I just purchased the new Babolat AeroPro 12-Pack and it, IMHO, is the best big bag money can buy.

    The Yonex 2424-9 is a close second for big bags, and the Yonex 724 is the best medium sized bag.

    What makes the AeroPro so good? The quality of materials and the way it's logically thought out. It's very durable, heavy duty. So if you're in the market for a bag and want the best, get the AeroPro. It comes in a 6 and 12 pack. The 12-pack is big, confirmed dimensions: 30" L x 17" W x 13" H.


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  2. terror

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    that thing is big indeed:eek:

    think ill stick to small-medium bags or the original racquet casings. i wouldnt be able to use public transport if i were to use such huge bags:D

    that said, what are the advantages of having the big bag anyway? is there a compartment specially for shoes, drinks, clothing etc?
     
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    had a look at dan's today. it looks sweet. the materials look very durable and it had carry a lot of things. the yellow is really bright, which matches the black very well. i need something like this, except not as "big"
     
  4. DinkAlot

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    A big bag can carry more stuff of course. :p I have lots of stuff. I'm surprised more people don't carry bigger bags. Shoes, shorts, pants, shirts, rackets, shuttles, drinks, towels, etc... It all adds up.
     
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    Babolat has a 6-pack version. :D

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