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    Quote Originally Posted by phandrew View Post
    I wouldn't buy RSL shuttles from Australia because it is too expensive here. Buying from oversea online shops can save you $10 per tube for RSL classic.
    Where do u normally get cheap shuttle from? mind sharing some legit stores? is there any fakes RSL shuttle since i browse in ebay some of em are really cheap

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    wingeebadminton and mybadmintonstore are the cheapest for selling shuttlecocks. There is a chance that ebay might have fakes but you also have to remember the shipping cost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phandrew View Post
    wingeebadminton and mybadmintonstore are the cheapest for selling shuttlecocks. There is a chance that ebay might have fakes but you also have to remember the shipping cost.
    i Check em out already thanks for da info

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    Try PROTECH shuttlecock. Good quality and price competitive. Top brand in Malaysia and Singapore. A lot of badminton clubs there using PROTECH shuttlecock.

    website: www. protech-sports.com

    The tournament range (high quality) is about $18-20
    The practice range (mid-high quality) is about $13-15
    The practice range (lower quality) is around $10

    Actually my uncle owns protech lar. So I always use protech..hehe...But really good in my opinion. I'm currently living in Melbourne. Now always get my uncle post shuttlecock to Australia to me...buying in Aus is too expensive....

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    My club is deciding if we should use Yonex AS50 as the main shuttlecock but we are not sure if it is worth the money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by phandrew View Post
    My club is deciding if we should use Yonex AS50 as the main shuttlecock but we are not sure if it is worth the money.
    That's the top of the range - international tournament grade.
    If the AS-50 isn't worth the money, then what is?

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    Probably think it's too expensive?

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrewdan25 View Post
    Try PROTECH shuttlecock. Good quality and price competitive. Top brand in Malaysia and Singapore. A lot of badminton clubs there using PROTECH shuttlecock.

    website: www. protech-sports.com

    The tournament range (high quality) is about $18-20
    The practice range (mid-high quality) is about $13-15
    The practice range (lower quality) is around $10

    Actually my uncle owns protech lar. So I always use protech..hehe...But really good in my opinion. I'm currently living in Melbourne. Now always get my uncle post shuttlecock to Australia to me...buying in Aus is too expensive....
    can we try some protech from you? where u normally play? or you can sell few tube to me?

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    The cost of AS50 is 2 times more than RSL Classics for our club.

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    Quote Originally Posted by btchia View Post
    can we try some protech from you? where u normally play? or you can sell few tube to me?

    No problem, but now I'm in Tasmania at the moment. Going back to Melbourne in 2 weeks like that...

    If you can wait till I get back to Melbourne, I'll let you try the shuttlecock.

    I always believe sharing is caring...haha....

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrewdan25 View Post
    Try PROTECH shuttlecock. Good quality and price competitive. Top brand in Malaysia and Singapore. A lot of badminton clubs there using PROTECH shuttlecock.

    website: www. protech-sports.com

    The tournament range (high quality) is about $18-20
    The practice range (mid-high quality) is about $13-15
    The practice range (lower quality) is around $10

    Actually my uncle owns protech lar. So I always use protech..hehe...But really good in my opinion. I'm currently living in Melbourne. Now always get my uncle post shuttlecock to Australia to me...buying in Aus is too expensive....
    I would like to try the protech shuttle, is there by any chance we can buy it frm australia. I am currently in perth and the website that u show me were not enabling me to buy it straight from there and it only list 2 places.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gembel View Post
    I would like to try the protech shuttle, is there by any chance we can buy it frm australia. I am currently in perth and the website that u show me were not enabling me to buy it straight from there and it only list 2 places.

    I think I'll set up an ebay store so that people in Australia can buy Protech shuttles as well...
    No point paying exorbitant price for some useless shuttles.

    I have just created an ebay store (Protech Sports Australia) for my uncle.
    http://stores.ebay.com.au/Protech-Sports-Australia
    Now only have 2 types of shuttles but more are coming into Australia.

    Just buy 1 or 2 tubes and try, if you like can buy more.

    Much safer to buy from ebay anyway, more secure. If you want more, can PM me also.

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    i've checked your ebay link provided, just wanted to ask. are they the practice range and tournament range? i was hoping to try out the practice and intermediate range. is that available?

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    Quote Originally Posted by calvino View Post
    i've checked your ebay link provided, just wanted to ask. are they the practice range and tournament range? i was hoping to try out the practice and intermediate range. is that available?

    The practice (intermediate) range would be PROTECH ABSOLUTE ORANGE shuttles.
    I didn't post it on ebay because I don't have the picture to post on ebay at the moment. (My camera gone wonky already)
    If you wanna try out PROTECH shuttlecock, can come and play badminton with me lor.

    Are you staying in Melbourne??

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrewdan25 View Post
    The practice (intermediate) range would be PROTECH ABSOLUTE ORANGE shuttles.
    I didn't post it on ebay because I don't have the picture to post on ebay at the moment. (My camera gone wonky already)
    If you wanna try out PROTECH shuttlecock, can come and play badminton with me lor.

    Are you staying in Melbourne??
    Calvino is in Adelaide

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    Actually, I was wondering where you guys or your badminton clubs buy their shuttlecock??

    I notice that most of the sports shop only sell Yonex. Do they buy their shuttlecock from overseas??

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    Here is the pictures of Protech shuttlecock
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