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Thermal Bags

Discussion in 'Badminton Bag' started by T-maker, Feb 5, 2010.

  1. T-maker

    T-maker Regular Member

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    as in the title...

    is it effective in hot and humid weather ? thinking of getting one , to protect my 'investments'....:D:D:D
     
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  3. T-maker

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    ah,thks mate.

    i keyed in 'thermal bag' in the search n all i got is a long long list of , well, almost everything, so i assumed no one wrote anything on this..:D:D
     
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    I believe the thermal bags are quite good from Yonex, esp. that BT9 model. My friend purchased one in red color, it looks awesome and is very spacious.
     
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    how many sticks can go in ?
     
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    Depends on what else you have in there. I carry 3 bottles of water, 2 extra shirts, grip, shoes... etc. plus 9 rackets. Still plenty of space left over too.
     

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