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Yonex Bag 712PR(JP) vs. 724

Discussion in 'Badminton Bag' started by Ar Dan, Dec 15, 2007.

  1. Ar Dan

    Ar Dan Regular Member

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    As the topic states, can anyone confirm all the differences (material, compartments and strapping system) between the 2 models? I am using the JP 712PR at the moment and I would like to get one for my friend for his birthday. Was thinking about getting him the SP version, but I found out the quality and material of the JP version of 712 is much better than the SP version. But how does the 724 compare to the 712PR?

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    Thank you in advance!

    Daniel
     
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    the materials are almost the same.
    theres a few extra gimmicks on the JP models, such as a better straping system (feels more comfortable on the shoulders, better load distribution on the top i guess). others include little padded plastic feet on the end of the bag to prevent materials from contacting the floor when sitting on the floor, a divider that can be included or removed to split the large compartment into two smaller halves, etc. there is also additional straps on the side we don't see, according to the icon on the catalog.
     
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    Isn't the 712 tennis bag?
     
  4. Ar Dan

    Ar Dan Regular Member

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    I'm not too sure... but it works great and I love it!
    Very comfortable and you can put so much in it, 4 rackets, 4 tubes of birds, 2 pair of shoes, 2 sets of badminton clothes, water bottle and not to mention all the small things like wallet and cell phone.
     
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    Hi Pochacho,

    The 712 is a tennis bag.

    Here are some pictures of the BAG712PR which I recently obtained a few days ago for your reference.

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    Hi would you happen to have some pictures of a black 712? thanks
     
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    Sorry, I do not have a black version of the 712.
     
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    I bought the Yonex BAG712PR just a few hours ago from shuttle-house for my late-birthday (I bought other things too >_>). I cant compare this to the BAG724 since I dont have 724, but I can surely say that the 712PR has too many pockets, handles, straps, etc.. They could come in quite handy though.
     
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    jhirata, how much did you buy the 712PR (JP version) for on shuttle-house?
    thanks!
     
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    BAG712PR is discontinued if I'm correct.
     
  12. Ar Dan

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    You are correct!!!;)
     

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