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Suggestion for New Bag

Discussion in 'Badminton Bag' started by Polaroid, Jun 1, 2011.

  1. Polaroid

    Polaroid Regular Member

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    I'm deciding to switch to a new badminton bag since the one I have right now doesn't have enough space for me to put all my stuff in.

    I need a bag that holds at least 5rackets. If it holds more even better.

    Yonex or Victor is fine.
     
  2. CanucksDynasty

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    While the 1112N only has one shoe compartment, you can easily fit another pair in the center pocket (when in 9 racket mode).

    What I usually carry:

    1 pair shoes
    3 tubes shuttles
    1 warm up jacket and pants
    3 600mm gatorades
    12 rackets
    assorted grips, scissors... etc.
     
  4. CanucksDynasty

    CanucksDynasty Regular Member

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    Thanks for the tip.
    Now to sabotage my current bag so I can justify buying a new one ;)
     
  5. Polaroid

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    Wow amazing I should go for this one for what I can put in here :D.
     
  6. LD rules!

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    or you can wait until Victor release a White/Blue BR309:)
     
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    drool...... too bad i just got a new bag last year...
     
  8. CanucksDynasty

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    Just checked shuttlehouse. The bag is about CDN$110 (after discount) + shipping.
     
  9. druss

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    Ya but the JP bags are a huge improvement over the SP bags. I've been through 3 9 racket SP bags and they tear, rip, stitching falls apart... etc. The JP bags are so much better. Reinforced stitching, better/thicker materials... etc.
     
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    Does anyone know if there is a way of getting JP bags into Britain for example online retailer etc

    Thanks for your help?
     
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    Check out shuttlehouse.
     
  13. SleepyEyedBoyZ

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    Sounds like a mobile sales-sports-repair person all roll into one. Cool!
     
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    Yeah...I'll probably get it along with some other stuff from Shuttlehouse. Maybe arrange a group buy with my friends to get an even bigger discount. Or possibly arrange a group buy with other BC members in Vancouver. I think my friend will split 25 tubes of feathers/shuttlecocks.

    So far on my list...
    Yonex Bag 1112N
    Yonex Arcsaber 9FL 4UG5

    But I'll probably order after the Canada Post strike. Maybe August/September time.
     
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    I actually have that bag too. I like to buy things when I see something I like because it may take another 5 years before I see another I like as much.

    Ya, it would really suck if I lost the bag, that's like half my rackets in that one bag.

    Actually, one other reason I have such a large bag is because I usually get 1 or 2 rackets to string from guys that I have to carry home with me. I think everyone should have scissors with them as well, never know when you'll break a string.
     
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    I see. Advice taken.. I din thought of keeping a scissor with me to cut away all the strings, if one broke..
     
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    Or if you want to replace a grip during a session. You need scissors to cut away the excess (unless you use the whole thing).
     
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    Usually, i will just wait until i'm home before i change the grip. I wont change it during a session, coz I would prefer to be in the game all the time! Haha
     
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    Actually you don't have to cut the excess overgrip. simply just fold the excess to be like triangle shape, then pull it really hard so it becomes thinner, then you applied the tape.
     
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