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Yonex frenzy...!!!

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Matt, Dec 13, 2007.

  1. Matt

    Matt Regular Member

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    For some reason I got crazy and ended up with these at my place.
     
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    If I remember correctly, your last order wasn't too long ago...

    Matt, I'm just wondering if I can ask you to help me order some Yonex goods? Please email me at daniel_cheuk@hotmail.com
    Thanks!

    Daniel
     
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    LOL more Arc Sabers? Dont tell me these are replacing your beloved At900T's!!!
     
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    LOL nopes..both aren't for him..haha..
     
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    Is that all you got? I guess the bags took alot of space in that box.
     
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    That's part of it. There is also 3 pairs of SHB-100s which I did not take a picture of. That took a good bulk of the space.
     
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    hey matt, for those JP bags, are the compartment divider wall material thicker than on non-JP bags? i haven't had the opportunity of seeing any JP bags in person yet.
     
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    Hi chickenpoodle,

    I haven't personally seen the insides of a non-JP bag in person so I am unable to comment about the wall divider. My first impression of the JP divider is that it feels like there is some moderate stiff foam like material inside there (just did a test squeeze).
     
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    I own a non-JP 9624-6 bag..n..the divider is just as thin as paper..lol
     
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    is it possible for you to pop the plastics on them ever so slightly for you to check if you have time?
    i have a 2420 and 2424, and the divider, as i'm sure you're aware, suck.
    the 9624, 9620, and pretty much any other bag i've seen, are just as thin.

    with a tear starting to get pretty big in mine, i'd consider a JP one for that luxary alone.
     
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    Here is the 602.

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    The other two bags look very similar to that.
     
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    oh!
    i'm talking about the thin material dividing the two main compartments from each other. the thin material perpedicular to the one you just photographed.

    sorry for the confusion!!
     
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    Oh I see. That part is thin as I open both compartments to touch the insides of the wall division. Two fabric layers, 1 layer for each compartment wall.
     
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    i guess they're not really any better then.
    i think there is money saved on buying the other market bags. unless of course you want the exclusive colors and models they seem to always have in japan...

    thanks!!!!!
     
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    Exclusive colors for the win!!
     
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    You must have loads of $$$$$$$$$$$$$$ !!!!!!!!!!
     
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    omg, I want your Yonex polos'!
     
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    there's onli one polo in there..the rest are jackets n normal shirts..=p
     
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    hey i have that yonex hat i wear it when i play tennis, obviously backwards too like Hewitt.
     
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    They are all thin nylon dividers regardless of model and size.

    The only difference is the outer material.
    I checked out 9620, 7720, 7724, 5724 and decided on 9620.
    9620's outer nylon looks and feels sturdier.

    This is the thread on finding my bag:
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/forums/showthread.php?t=49083&highlight=BAG9620
     

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