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revisited: how many rackets of your favorite to buy?

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by kwun, Aug 11, 2010.

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how many of your favorite racket do you buy?

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  1. druss

    druss Regular Member

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    Actually, what I do with same rackets of a different tension is use stencil ink and mark the higher tension one, usually just with a circle in the middle or something else just as simple. I suppose I could just write the tension in stencil ink as well...
     
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    i like to collect the rackets and test them out...base on performance, looks, recommendation and my preference. so far i got 8 pcs and now narrow down to 5 (give away to relatives/friends)..:crying:

    not to be offended..but i tend to colect things that techological-sound and happy-doing it..even watches for example.:eek:

    at the end, i play only with 2 rackets vt80 & prince av-r which suit my play..and coming soon, victor mx80 i hope!:D
     
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    RSLvictorSOTX Regular Member

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    5 rackets of my favourite SiW35 is optimum. 2 will be stored away. 3 all strung in the same tension (28/30). As for the also ''liked'' racquets, 2 is the way to go. use one, collect/store one. Since I'm going the Yonex way, I've managed to offload all none Yonex frames to just 1 each except the mighty red SiW35!
     
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    Badmintan Regular Member

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    Used for doubles only.

    Something is still missing in that picture:p
     
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    Hahaha.... Indeed!!
    From the picture, you still missing the 1st generation both Long and regular version. Furthermore, you also miss out the orange version (4th Gen Limited version). Good luck on sourcing for the 1st Gen. Especially on the regular length model.

    Cheers~!
     

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