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Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by kwun, Dec 9, 2003.

  1. azabaz_ipoh

    azabaz_ipoh Regular Member

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    an update on my bag. the only main things not in the first pic are the mizuno shoes and the MP29L racket. i think. hehehehe :D

    and it does not look like a lot of things but i usually add the clothes that i am supposed to change into after work and my handbag (big one :p).

    baddy bag 009 800_600.jpg
     
  2. NoName1225

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    by the way people shove stuff into their huge bags, i'm pretty sure they can fit an 8 year old kid in there with the rackets. Then you'll have a caddy. That would be sweet.
     
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    Ah..looks like..

    ..the baddy equipment family has grown...;)
    Oh, btw, geeeez, Leen, how many bags do you usually carry w/you when you play baddy??..:confused: :p
     
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    Update:

    This is some of the equipment I carry with me.

    2x MP29L 3ug3 BG65
    1x Cab8000 3ug3
    1x AT900T 4ug4 BG85
    1x pair of SHB100's
    1x Match shirt (This time a Gosen)
    1x Shorts (Yonex)
    1x Grip Powder
    Also a playing deck, some bandages, plasters and other good to have stuff. Some grips (Super Grap), deoderant, tape, water bottle, Mavis 370.

    All carried within a Wilson Tour Bag.

    Normally theres also some underwear, after match shirt and jeans. Warmup-jersey if it's a tournament, feather shuttles and also some hair wax.

    P.S srry for the bad picture quality,, my room is too dark for my camera :p

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  5. azabaz_ipoh

    azabaz_ipoh Regular Member

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    yes, i am so proud of my baddy equipment family. :D:D:D

    just one. the baddy bag. that is why i use a six racket bag (i think it is a 6 racket bag) when i only have three rackets. hahahaha. the baddy stuff only occupies half of the bag while the other half will accomodate my clothes and handbag. :D:D i hate carrying a lot of bags. :p;)
     
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    My Gears

    Last one disappeared
     

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  8. bchan1986

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    whats in my pro tour 9rkt bag

    pair of shb 99ltd
    3 tubes of yonex as30's
    4 packs of bg80
    1 frigde thermometer magnet
    3 pack of grap
    1 yonex grip powder
    1 glasses case
    2 NS8k new colour sp
    1 AT 800 defensive
    1 NS9k type X sp
    1 arcsaber 7
    1 AT 300
    1 NS6k
     

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  9. smash_master

    smash_master Regular Member

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    6woods is that a deck of olympic playing cards that you have there in your gear? or what is it?
     
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    Errr... hard to fit everything in one pic.. so I just pick my fav stuffs to take this pic. (i.e. I do wear socks and shorts to play badminton, although it is not shown in this pic) :p

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  11. 6 woods

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    Its a olympic luggage tag with the badminton "Nini"
    I also bought the limited Badminton pin too.
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    For a moment, I thought I was looking at a badminton store :eek:
     
  13. MSN04

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    I have the red one on my old bag. Do you see it? :p
     
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    That's is nth compared to other people... I don't even have more than 10 racquets lol
     
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    hmm, msn04 u are a yonex fans and frenzy!!;):eek:
     
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    I prefer Babolat bags over yonex but the prices of Babolat bags are so expensive. A Yonex shirt can buy me 2 Diadora/Adidas shirt but since Yonex shirts are too small for me i have to find other companies to wear. Yonex shoes are too narrow for me to wear even the SHB80W is not wide enough for me. So even if i wanted to be a yonex fans i can't.:(
     
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    wow diadora and addidas for badminton. diadora is not very popular in the UK, addidas is popular but not for badminton they mainly target the atheletics and soccer fans, many people here wear the yonex kit for badminton

    its a shame that you cant wear the yonex stuff, because its actaully very good quallity material although the high price. :confused:
     
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    I have a set, but only Nini attached to my Badminton bag.
     
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    This is more of the stock of ur badminton stuffs at home rather than just what's inside ur badminton bag.:eek:

    Who would bring 10+ clothes to each badminton session..:eek:.Unless if u're a dealer.:D
    Rackets r still understandable..9 of them.:)..but i doubt u need that much for each session.:D
     
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    You never know, that's why I need 2 bags. :D
     

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