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Whats the most feather like nylon shuttle you have used?

Discussion in 'Shuttlecock' started by hardeep_21, Apr 26, 2007.

  1. hardeep_21

    hardeep_21 Regular Member

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    Hi, the thread title says it all!

    For me it has to be medium speed yonex mavis 370, what about you guys?
     
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    please do some searches on 370 and 350
     
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    bes ones ive used is the yonex 370
     
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    hardeep are you going to the badminton exhibition in leicester in june? do u know anything about it..
     
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    zeddie, is that at parklands?
     
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    I've tried the Mavis 350. It does fly a bit similar to feather, in that it deccerates faster than typical nylon, but the "feel" on impact is just like another nylon bird. Though those who are used to Nylon simply thought it was slower and heavier.
     
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    i only tried mavis10, alot better than converntional nylon shuttles that you buy at shopping centres. Yonex claimed that they had imrpoved nylon technology alot and it feels like real feathers, but i think its still miles away.
    But well, it makes a more sensible shuttle for for warmups.
     
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    how about the mavis500 people say it fly's like a feather
     
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    Yonex Mavis 350 and the Victor NS2000 are really the only birds that even come remotely remotely close that I've ever seen to a feather bird.

    Nothing else is even worth looking at. And no matter how well it flies, it still feels just like a nylon bird: no punch.
     

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