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Yang-Yang 2000A

Discussion in 'Shuttlecock' started by keeprocking, Jun 5, 2007.

  1. keeprocking

    keeprocking Regular Member

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    Has anyone tried the Yang-Yang 2000A shuttles ?? Any reviews/comments ?

    I searched the forums and only found reviews for the Yang-Yang 300B.
     
  2. LazyBuddy

    LazyBuddy Regular Member

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    I used Yangyang 2000-A about 2 years ago. The speed I received is 76, which is ok for summer, in facilities without AC (high temp and humidity). I think the speed might be too slow for winter time once it's get colder.

    The deal I got was on-sale price, which I can't remember exactly how much after shipping, roughly US$12 or below range, I think. Overall, I consider it's a good deal, consider the flight and durability is above average in the price range.
     
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    nano-nano Regular Member

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    Our club has been using Yang Yang 2000A for the past 2 years and happy with its durabilty and performance. I would rate it just below HiQua red and way above any Epsilon shuttles.
     
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    RiceBaiiKhao Regular Member

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    and if you compare to RSL Tourney No.1?
     
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    nano-nano Regular Member

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    sorry, we have never used RSL Tourney 1 namely because the price for the Yang 2000A was so much more competitively priced. At the time we were getting 2000A for $16.00 AD/dozen and Tourney were around $23.00 AD/dozen!
     
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    MING PARIS Regular Member

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    I bought 100 douzen of rsl tourney NoI 78in hongkong for 85hk$,they are still
    good ,if I want them more durable I steamed they ,they are perfect!
     
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    MING PARIS Regular Member

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    yang yang are good but less durable!
     

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