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    Default Tennis bag or Badminton bag?

    Are there any "badminton specific" bags, or are they universal? (I know its just a bag, but I don't want it to be massive or anything)

    Been looking at the BAG 1112R

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    Every brand like yoney, li ning, victor and etc have their own badminton bags. There's a lot of variety of models, designs and colors to choose from. Drop by to any shops... you can check it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bodminton View Post
    Are there any "badminton specific" bags, or are they universal? (I know its just a bag, but I don't want it to be massive or anything)

    Been looking at the BAG 1112R
    there is badminton specific bag.
    how many rackets do you want to put?
    Yonex 1112R is pretty big (it's for 6 tennis racket??)

    try Yonex 7123 3 badminton racket bag
    it is small and easy to store or carry
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...c-3-Racket-Bag


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    Thanks, the 7123 looks great, but I want to fit at least 2 rackets, towel, drink and shoes, and change of clothes...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bodminton View Post
    Thanks, the 7123 looks great, but I want to fit at least 2 rackets, towel, drink and shoes, and change of clothes...
    then, go for their brother, Yonex 7126 (2 compartment, 6 racket bag) or for bigger than that one 7129 (9 racket bag)
    it is same model, same colour, but bigger than their younger brother

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    or they also have Yonex 9226 or Yonex 8206 (check it on google)

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    I had a couple of Prince tennis bags. But I think badminton rackets are longer than tennis rackets. My badminton rackets can barely fit in my tennis bags. You may need to check if your badminton rackets can fit in your tennis bags.

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    i use the plastic bags from the grocery store. trust me, it weighs next to nothing..

    p/s u worry too much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qidong View Post
    I had a couple of Prince tennis bags. But I think badminton rackets are longer than tennis rackets. My badminton rackets can barely fit in my tennis bags. You may need to check if your badminton rackets can fit in your tennis bags.
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...-bag-WC-2011-*

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    This thread didn't mention anything about whether badminton rackets can fit into a tennis bag.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qidong View Post
    This thread didn't mention anything about whether badminton rackets can fit into a tennis bag.
    I think i clicked answer on the wrong post, but the Original Posters question was "Are there any "badminton specific" bags, or are they universal?" so this was just an example from the forum about the plentitude of good looking bags that are made for badminton and not tennis.

    btw. regarding if badminton rackets can fit in a tennis bag.. the answer is that in some it may fit.. Same goes with hockey bags, cricket-bags etc.. But buying a badminton bag is the best i think, as it is measuerd for baddy rackets etc, and also it will mean more badminton related sales and money to OUR sport, not money to promote Tennies, Cricket or whatever!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Qidong View Post
    This thread didn't mention anything about whether badminton rackets can fit into a tennis bag.
    ive been using tennis bags for badminton lol
    it works well!

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