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Shuttles

Discussion in 'Shuttlecock' started by modious, Apr 2, 2001.

  1. modious

    modious Regular Member

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    Juz wondering what shuttles you pple use and which in your opinion is good.
    By the way, Carlton came out with a new series of shuttles right?
    The best grade is AG-10.
    Also, are Ashaway Classic shuttles good?
     
  2. Ricky

    Ricky Regular Member

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    The best shuttle I've used so far is RSL Classic (however I haven't tried Aeroplane GS1130SS, it is too expensive) - excellent speed and consistency. Unfortunately, the price has been up recently (almost HK$120 per dozen). Meanwhile I'm still trying to find cheaper alternative - while there are other cheaper shuttles with good consistency as well, but most of them are slower.
     
  3. Marcel

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    I've been using TaTic shuttles for a while now and they are a very good replacement for Yonex. I also like the break shuttlecocks.
     
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    I have been using Yonex Mavis 300 Nylon Shuttles.
    I find that these fly very well compared to the rest of the nylon shuttles, and because i hardly play with feather stuff, i'm used to these more.
     
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    TaTic or Tactic?Tactic is danish company,isn't it?

    We use Tactic red for training (are not alowed for B and A-class) and Victor Champion for tournaments.They are both good shuttlecocks.
    Since 2 years it is no more alowed to play plastic in C in Germany.
     
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    ...eh...wrong.. wanted to say in our district not in German generally.
     
  7. Bob

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    i've seen these blackknight control 2000 ones... are these any good?
    they have these 3 tapes on them that control how fast the shuttle flies. removing the tapes would slow it by about a good amount.
     
  8. Marcel

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    TacTic is indeed Danish.
     
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    We use RSL Tourney at my club. They have excellent performance, consistency and price. We use them both for competition and practise. They fly well and are quite playable even after they have lost a couple of feathers and are in poor condition... which is good for practise.
     

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