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Shuttlecock brand SEED ?

Discussion in 'Shuttlecock' started by Lipfvng, Nov 3, 2008.

  1. Lipfvng

    Lipfvng New Member

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    Have anyone heard of this Shuttlecock brand , Name SEED ? Pls tell me if do bout the durability , pricing n comment thank you
     
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    Tested SEED SG101 model. Durability is similar to RSL Tourney Classic. The cork used is sandwich type with high impact sound but easy to lost flight stability if play by power smasher. Pricing wise, don't know. Hope this help.
     
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    SEED is $22 per tube. I dont remember whether it was SG101 when my friend bought it from a Singapore supplier. Didnt like it either.
     
  4. Rollingstone

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    No more Seed shuttlecocks

    Company should be called Cheat:

    -Delivery lasted a month from the first order. (paid for the fast delivery). Had to pay twice with charges...
    -Products were not the same as samples (number 78).They were very slow balls (number 76), not suitable for me.
    -Shuttlecocks were from an old storage= very dry, labels falled down before playing.
    -Price became 33% higher to me. (with double payment, bank charges and customs/taxes)

    Company, Hangzhou Seed Sports Goods Co,
    don´t want to reply anyhow to these mistakes.
     
    #4 Rollingstone, Jan 30, 2009
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    For reference, here's the list of BWF-approved shuttles.
    You can't go wrong if you choose one of these shuttles :)

    To a limited extent, these manufacturers should be reliable.
     

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