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11-10-2013, 11:36 PM #22
Anyone tried the Adidas G-Club? And how does it compare to the G-Pro?
11-12-2013, 04:03 PM #23
Has anyone got a comprehensive listing of Adidas shuttlecock range?
There's BWF approved G-Comp and G-Tour (on BWF website). I've seen for sale in UK, G-Premium, G-Series and D-Training. MBS now has G-Club.... And then there's this G-Pro, which is suppose to be the 2nd highest grade, but doesn't make the BWF approved listing?!?
Hmm just noticed that the G-Tour from http://www.racketsportsusa.com and the G-Pro from http://www.adidasbadminton.co.nz have a grey label. Maybe it's the same shuttlecock...
sigh, why doesn't Adidas have one centralised website for information?
P.S. I've got a tube of G-Comp that was brought from London Grand Prix. Only used one shuttlecock, it was extremely durable.
Last edited by Rimano; 11-12-2013 at 04:07 PM.
01-11-2014, 05:56 PM #24
Has anyone tried the Adidas G-Club and could give a comparison and a review?
01-13-2014, 04:23 AM #25
Yeah I can, ive tried a large proportion of the adidas range, I can't help but wonder if and how much kwun gets paid for this amazing advertisement for the company . Or maybe im just out of line, and in that case i apologise.. but yeah they seem to be fairly decent.. Like the rackets... they seem to perform well.. but at closer inspection at quality.. some aspects seem questionable. However I guess if they perform well thats all that matters right?