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    An update of what I carry in my bag.

    -same items as before (listed on page 1)

    added items:

    -a skipping rope
    -hand/wrist workout tool (to build up the hand/wrist muscles)

    miscellaneous items:
    -a miniture shuttlecock i made (instructions on how to make one yourself can be found here
    -a shuttlecock keychain attached to shoulder strap

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    Default Mini Shuttle

    I tried the mini shuttlecock but i screwed up and wasted 2 shuttles

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    Default Re: Mini Shuttle

    Originally posted by wonger47
    I tried the mini shuttlecock but i screwed up and wasted 2 shuttles
    I took 2 old shuttles, with a few broken feathers. The superglue wouldn't come out so I took off the tip to squeeze it out. At first nothing. Suddenly, superglue all over my hands. 2 fingers nearly got stuck together, spent the whole night peeling off dried superglue. Nails still damaged with glue.

    Somehow I didn't know that even the biggest badminton bags could have a compartment specially for shoes. I used to carry 5 racquets in my bag, then when someone said "You're crazy" I decided I was and now carry 3 only. After I don't really change my racquet in between games unless I feel that the racquet is not helping me in my game. Just finished my tubes of shuttles forgot to buy again.

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    @.@!!! The Minture Shuttle Is soo Sweet and Cute Looking ^^!!!
    Im gonna make one too once i kill more Shuttles ^^!!

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    here is the mini shuttle i made (on my bag)..it's been a week or two and the shuttle is still in pretty good condition (to my surprise)

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    Has anyone acturally tried to play with one of miniture shuttles? I'd love to see how fast it travels!

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    they break easily..my friend made one and we hit a few clears around with it... It's kind of a waste after spending 1-2 hrs making it..

    And with the ones you can buy (the car ornaments)..they break even easier..if played with

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    Originally posted by yonexfanatic
    And with the ones you can buy (the car ornaments)..they break even easier..if played with
    And expensive since you can get a tube of shuttles for about 9-10 and one of those ornaments cost about 3-5.

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    Just thought that i would revive this thread...

    MP100
    MP99
    TI 8
    Iso 60 Light
    Misc Grips (trying to find the best white ones)
    Misc Strings (Mixture of black Yonex)
    Victor Gold Feather Shuttles
    Yonex Mavis 300 Nylon Shuttles
    Small scissors
    Spare T-Shirt
    Yonex SHB89MX
    Yonex Bag 624

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    Geez if some of u sold the entire contents of your bags, you'd probably be able to feed a small nation *bwahahahaa*

    I've never seen such variety hahahaha What an eye-opening experience But I guess since you have the space in ur bags, why not?

    Nothing much in my bag-
    1. 5 racquets: Yonex Boron2, AR55, AR66, Cab22 & 2xMP99
    2. 1 Tube of Victor shuttles
    3. 1 pair of shoes (I've forgotten the model no )
    4. A couple of spare grips
    5. Spare shirt


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    Your bag must be very big.. calvin. You bring the racket covers as well?

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    its not that big... its supposed to be a 6 racket bag... the 4 rackets with their covers fits into one of two compartments... the other compartment stores the shuttles and shirt... while a shoe pocket takes up the space from the shuttle's compartment.
    I am thinking about only keeping the MP's in their covers and leave the other 2 without because the bag in kinda heavy with everything in it... dont know yet... dont wanna break any of the rackets... the cover provides that little extra protection.. or peace of mind at least...

    Oh well... i might decide to take two covers out...

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    Is that an Ikea bag in the bin?

    They're everywhere that lot!!

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    Is that an Ikea bag in the bin?They're everywhere that lot!!
    LOL... i know... they have 4 big stores here in SoCal... i pretty got all my stuff from them... the small bags fits the small bins perfectly and the big ikea bags fit my big bin.. hahahaha... if everything in life would fit so perfectly...

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    I hope you don't mean their furniture

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    I hope you don't mean their furniture
    Im not getting the point here!!

    I would say that 90% of the furniture in my apartment is from ikea... I think their designs are quite appealing and they certainly have the best prices...
    As a college student... I dont see any other options for home furnishings...

    Oh well.. maybe Ikea has a different reputation in other countries... But on that note... In my home country, which is Malaysia, Ikea is also the top brand of furnishings for young adults....??

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    No I didn't mean it like that, you said if everything in life fitted so perfectly but Ikea is a well known seller of furniture you have to make fit yourself because it is sold as "flat packed"

    Sometimes it's difficult to get the pieces to fit together and you are always left with extra pieces and/or screws.

    It's just an urban myth in the UK about "flat packed" furniture.

    No offense meant

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