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Yonex 9624-12 Racket Bag Review!

Discussion in 'Badminton Bag' started by ckzx93, Oct 19, 2009.

  1. ckzx93

    ckzx93 Regular Member

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    Hello. I initially wanted to get the Yonex 9829 right here in Singapore. However, much effort has gone in vain:(. Therefore, I have decided to settle for the Yonex 9624-12 and I am going to review it! Hehe:D; if anyone is willing to offer a new Yonex 9829 Bag, I will be more than happy to accept it:).

    Model: SUNR-9624-12 [BT12]
    Purchased on: 16th October 2009
    Purchased from: Sports Life, Yonex Sunrise, Singapore

    First Impression: Nice lime green interior, amazing space (4 Compartments), nice finishing.
    However: Strap connectors are made of metal :(

    Here are the features:
    • 4 Compartments for 12 Rackets
    • 3 Accessories Pocket
    • 2 Shoe Bags
    • Backpack
    • Split into 2 bags
    Since the connectors are made of metal, I intend to send it to the tailor to get rid of them and replace them with nice plastic ones:D.

    Caption for each picture:
    DSC00044.jpg - Front view
    DSC00049.jpg - Bag split into 2
    DSC00050.jpg - 4th Compartment
    DSC00054.jpg - Overview
    DSC00056.jpg - Underside of the bag
    DSC00057.jpg - Overview (Closed)
    DSC00059.jpg - Back side
    DSC00060.jpg - End
    DSC00061.jpg - Shoe in Shoe Compartment
    DSC00063.jpg - 2 Shoe Compartments
    DSC00067.jpg - Split into 2 Bags (side)
    DSC00068.jpg - Split into 2 Bags (Standing)

    Sorry for the poor quality of pictures: Handphone quality.
     

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    Zabee Regular Member

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    nice pic bro ...:):)
     
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    This is one nice bag.. got a JP version before.. lasted me for years before it got stolen with the contents inside! :(
     
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    wow .. is those bastards so desparate ?? but let me tell you a more crap stories., there's even people stealing a pot of flowers ..
     
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    It must have caught too much attention with its freaking huge size. The 9624-9 is already starting to turn heads around when I back pack it to the gym.
     
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    The problem was my place got broke into.. and i assume he/she must be a badminton fan. They took some flatscreen tvs and the BADMINTON BAG! No money inside the bag but all the "valuable" rackets! Used, BRAND NEW, Limited editions and prototypes! with street value of i think almost US$10,000.
     
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    Oh my goodness. Hope you alerted local stores if the burgalars try to sell them.
     
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    Nice. How much u paid 4 the bag?
     
  9. ckzx93

    ckzx93 Regular Member

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    It is sold at SGD$89.90.
     
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    Zabee Regular Member

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    what is the shoe model in your pic bro ??? price ? :)
     
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    It is the Yonex Ultima 79 Pro. Costs around SGD$59.90-SGD$69.90. Bought it quite sometime ago.:)
     
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    oic .. thx for sharing bro ...:):)
     
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    This bag is cool, can it be only be purchased in asia?
     
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    Most probably. It is for the asian market since it is coded SP.
     
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    Too bad Ar, dont think their common in the UK
     
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    Curious. Is this supposed to be 9620 or 9624? Why is the shoes not placed in the shoe compartment? I thought there is a special compartment for shoes?? ;) Any diff?
     

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