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Rsl Tourney No. 7 Badminton Feather Shuttlecocks

Discussion in 'Shuttlecock' started by mahechinjo, Apr 1, 2009.

  1. mahechinjo

    mahechinjo New Member

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    Hello guys,

    could you please help me.
    I need advice regarding RSL TOURNEY NO. 7 BADMINTON FEATHER SHUTTLECOCKS.
    What is your opinion about this particular shuttlecocks?
    I usually play with plastic shuttlecocks because it is to expensive for me to play with feather shuttlecocks. In one hour of play I spend 6-8 feather shuttlecocks.
    RSL TOURNEY NO. 7 BADMINTON FEATHER SHUTTLECOCKS have reasonable price.
    I'm advanced recreation player.

    Regards,
    Mario
     
  2. taneepak

    taneepak Regular Member

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    RSL Tourney #7 is a cheapy shuttle only for training newcomers. However, it is still much better than the best plastic.
     
  3. macatawa

    macatawa Regular Member

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    I realize this thread is few months old but the info is fairly current.

    The people I work with have all been playing for 5+ years. They all really like the value of Tourney #7.

    I am not experienced enough to make comparisons in quality but I feel they would be. They are agressive and play three or four times each week.

    We are in East China and have many shuttles to choose from...some cheap, and some expensive but for value, these are first choice here. At least for now....
     
  4. chen0019

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    Well. I have to say RSL-7 is definitely not a popular choice in China. At the similar price, many better shuttlecocks are available
     
  5. Silent_Ninja

    Silent_Ninja Regular Member

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    Could you give a few examples? :D
     
  6. chen0019

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    Wecan, Naidawang, Yuguan, Boer... The price may be slightly hihger
    To me, RSL-7 cord is too soft
     

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