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    Anyone tried the Li Ning A+ 300 shuttles before? If so, what did you think of it?

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    That's supposed to be "the good stuff". I think its around $40US a tube.
    The A+100 is a better buy at $28.

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    Actually the 300 is only $22.75 now on the LN canada website... I tried the 300 once from a friend, it's pretty durable, can last through a game of doubles pretty easily... I don't know what speed his was though so don't know if it's the same as the ones on the LN website...

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    Price is excessive. Crazy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by random.badmin1 View Post
    Anyone tried the Li Ning A+ 300 shuttles before? If so, what did you think of it?
    I play with the A+300 sometimes and I find them a bit fast. I live in Sweden though so the climate probably has a saying in this too.
    However, the good thing about these shuttles is that they last very long, at least from my experience. Even if a feather breaks it usually doesn't start wobbling and flies like it did with all feathers intact.

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    I tried only 1 A+300, price is reasonable on Lining Canada site. Flight was good, much better than the A+70. Speed actually seemed a bit slow, but i'll try a few more in the future, might be the temperature that day.

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    can anyone compare the A+300 to RSL Classics? they are pretty much the same price, wouldn't mind switching to li ning if they are more durable

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    I just got some A+300 to try. They are pretty good. I did a comparison with the Aeroplane Black and I found the A300 a tad faster than the Aeroplane. Durability is definitely good! I agree with Wingu that even if a feather breaks, the bird doesn't start to wobble like crazy.

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    I didn't really like the A300... Even after steaming, the feathers don't look so good after a hard smash...

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    has anyone trie the A+60? the ones that come in tube of 15 shuttles? are they any good value??

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    Try the green super series shuttle. Very.stable flight

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    Boxing day sale on until Jan 6th http://shopbadmintononline.com/shutt...inton-c-2.html

    The A300+ is now $22

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    Quote Originally Posted by wuboydonut View Post
    has anyone trie the A+60? the ones that come in tube of 15 shuttles? are they any good value??
    Try the A60+. Bought them from a sport shop for RM 58. Poor quality. Very brittle shuttles and the speed consistency is awful

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    Thanks for sharing. looks like quite a few comment about poor A60+ quality

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    I changed my mind... Comparing the A300 to RSL Classics and Victor Blues... The A300 is a LOT more durable and consistent.

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    A+300 are really nice to play with, (Would love to test out the A+600's one day) especially when you steam them the night before. I would say it's on par with the Aeroplane Blacks (Is it true the quality of the shuttles degraded? Contemplating whether I should get bulk A+300's or at the same price get Aeroplane Black (EG1130)

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    Tried a300, rsl classic, protech pt-10/20, comparing all i tink a300 lasts better...price rrp at sgd39.90 but ......i cn get cheap..

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