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    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad
    **Also Dan, just curious, di i noticed you've added some extra handle-butt-cap @ the end of some of your rackets??..Some of them look to have a thicker butt-handle..
    No extra end/butt/cap, just an overwrap/overgrip over the existing grip.

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    Holy Smoke! My only question is... where do you put the kitchen sink in the bag ?!

    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    My bag is official!


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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    No extra end/butt/cap, just an overwrap/overgrip over the existing grip.
    A closer look...


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    hey dink, i noticed a prince triple threat warrior in there, unless i'm mistaken. have you ever broken a one of those prince Y shaped racquets before. i have had 3 of those for a number of years now, and they are incredibly durable ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    A closer look...

    Any comments on DHS rackets

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    Seeing what you guys have in your bags really left me with a wide open mouth.

    those who play with me will know that i only bring the minimum to play:

    2 x ProAce Lightning 828 @ 28 lbs
    1 x yellow yonex water bottle
    1 x pair of yonex badminton shoes
    1 x pair of ankle socks
    1 x towel
    1 x shirt
    1 x shorts

    That's all folks!

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    I keep a good amount of useless stuff in my 2424-9...but not as many rackets...

    -2x woven 11 (2 in one cover)
    -1x woven 10, 1x woven X (might be a 9, 6 or 13...) for testing/demoing (2 in one cover)

    next compartement: 1 pair shoes, 2 shirts, 2 towels (during game towel, shower towel) lots of socks boxers. and 1 empty compartement for soaked shirts/socks/boxers/normal wear...

    side pockets: tape, grip, string, scissorts, jumping rope, food, anything i ahd carryign with me to the gym (ipod, wallet, phone, keys)

    when cyclign to the gym it looks like I'm goign out camping...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    A closer look...

    Wich rackets are the ones without a butcapsticker? I see 3 woven 7's and the blue one might be an RSL...but what are the rest? BTWm do I see a pack of nanogy 95?

    are whe getting some new Gosen/Triumph reviews?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamzz
    hey dink, i noticed a prince triple threat warrior in there, unless i'm mistaken. have you ever broken a one of those prince Y shaped racquets before. i have had 3 of those for a number of years now, and they are incredibly durable ...
    Good eye Dreamzz, the Triple Threat is a friend's racket. I haven't really played with that racket because the main string breaks really fast. But I will say the racket is very solid and stable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott Kam
    Any comments on DHS rackets
    Yes, extremely stiff and endloaded. Very powerful but harder to defend. The racket is very well made. If you want an all out attack racket at the expense of defense, it's your racket. Both of those are for sale or trade, BTW.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerby
    Wich rackets are the ones without a butcapsticker? I see 3 woven 7's and the blue one might be an RSL...but what are the rest? BTWm do I see a pack of nanogy 95?

    are whe getting some new Gosen/Triumph reviews?
    Yep, a pack of Nanogy compliments of Viper.

    3 x Woven 7 (no stickers)
    2 x DHS Top VS 300
    1 x D-900 (no sticker)
    1 x Trump Armor Power 802
    1 x Trump Power Frame 989
    1 x Trump Nano Power 7500
    1 x Gosen Aermet 3700 (Testing for Viper)
    1 x Gosen Aermet 5700 (Testing for Viper)
    1 x Prince Triple Threat (no sticker)
    1 x True Speed TS-600
    1 x Bad R Us Evolution 747 Defensive

    Hmmmm, where's my 150 grams stainless steel warm-up racket?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    Yep, a pack of Nanogy compliments of Viper.

    3 x Woven 7 (no stickers)
    2 x DHS Top VS 300
    1 x D-900 (no sticker)
    1 x Trump Armor Power 802
    1 x Trump Power Frame 989
    1 x Trump Nano Power 7500
    1 x Gosen Aermet 3700 (Testing for Viper)
    1 x Gosen Aermet 5700 (Testing for Viper)
    1 x Prince Triple Threat (no sticker)
    1 x True Speed TS-600
    1 x Bad R Us Evolution 747 Defensive

    Hmmmm, where's my 150 grams stainless steel warm-up racket?
    The Sotx D900? how come I missed that?!?

    ohh, wait..you had hidden it behind a triumph
    do you really use all those? where do you find the time? when I'm on court it's 6/8 times a train-a-rama, 1 night of playing and 1 midday of competition...do you play games a lot? (GameAlot )

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerby
    The Sotx D900? how come I missed that?!?

    do you really use all those? where do you find the time?...do you play games a lot? (GameAlot )
    I normally use one racket, currently the Woven 7. I will test other rackets in practice, and if I'm really comfortable with it, use it in match play.

    Yes, I play many games, all of which are for fun.

    On a Super Saturday, I play between 8-12 matches.

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    sounds like good fun!
    btw, don't you take anythign else with you to the gym except rackets and strings?
    80% of my bag is full with clothing/towels etc...15 rackets would never fit...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerby
    sounds like good fun!
    btw, don't you take anythign else with you to the gym except rackets and strings?
    80% of my bag is full with clothing/towels etc...15 rackets would never fit...
    Duh! 15 rackets is only one compartment, I have two other compartments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    Duh! 15 rackets is only one compartment, I have two other compartments.
    then it's a multi-purpose bag!
    1) carrying your stuff to the gym
    2) weightlifting
    3) emergency tent for those SGVBC latenighters

    just noticed, I think it's really kickass to call a racket Bad-R-us, sheer brilliance

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    Quote Originally Posted by WRX STi
    LOL, what happened to your Yonex rackets DinkAlot? Broke all of them? XP
    Dink, what happens if you break them all? do you have to drive home and get more?

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