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    Default Yonex 9529EX vs 1502N

    Hi Guys

    I was wondering what is the difference between the two models because they look pretty much identical but as for material or durability anyone know the difference?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tango97 View Post
    Hi Guys

    I was wondering what is the difference between the two models because they look pretty much identical but as for material or durability anyone know the difference?

    Thanks
    Bag 1502N is JP coded bag, mainly made for customers in Japan. Bag 9529EX are made for European markets, i believe. They differ in Quality and durability. JP Coded bags are more sturdy and solid, therefore have longer durability. I always buy JP coded Yonex bags. In my opinion its worth every penny.

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    I have the BAG1502N and it looks different compared to the 9529EX.
    BAG1502N clips are different and are more durable, it has pockets on both sides, and a small pocket for cell phone (9529EX only has one side pocket and no small pocket for cell phone).

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    Thank you, where did you buy yours? Have you got any photos for me to take a look

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    I got my bag from shuttle-house.com. I'm on vacation right now so I cannot take pictures but I'm sure if you google Yonex 1502N and BAG9529EX there will be tons of pictures

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    In a nutshell:

    BAG1502N (9 racquet bag) has:

    -Sturdier/soft touch/smooth material, tougher as well. Not canvas or rough abrasive material.
    -Black plastic feet to prevent bag from touching floor (though it really kind of doesn't help much)
    -A handle for you to hold the bag standing up, EX version does not have this. Think the handle for most backpacks at the top.
    -Zips are sturdier and have a unique design compared to run-of-the-mill Yonex zipheads.
    -IMO, most importantly, there is a divider in the middle compartment to seperate your belongings.
    -EDIT: EX/SR versions have side pouches ONLY on ONE side of the bag, the other is just a YONEX wording. JP versions have side compartments on BOTH sides.

    All these features are absent in EX/Sunrise models.


    And the handle on top of a 1502N:
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    **just something I noticed: 6 racquet bags are "R" designated, 9 racs are "N" designated... my personal conclusion is because in Japanese, 6 is pronounced Roku, and 9 = Nana. So I guess... that makes sense to a certain extent?
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    Quote Originally Posted by esppy View Post
    **just something I noticed: 6 racquet bags are "R" designated, 9 racs are "N" designated... my personal conclusion is because in Japanese, 6 is pronounced Roku, and 9 = Nana. So I guess... that makes sense to a certain extent?
    Or is it Regular and Nine ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    Or is it Regular and Nine ?
    Like how the fuel gauge in the car reads E for enough and F for finish?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MusclePower100 View Post
    I got my bag from shuttle-house.com. I'm on vacation right now so I cannot take pictures but I'm sure if you google Yonex 1502N and BAG9529EX there will be tons of pictures
    is the website trustworthy and how long does it take to ship? oh and how much was the tax and duties and shipping fees?

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    Quote Originally Posted by indoboy44 View Post
    is the website trustworthy and how long does it take to ship? oh and how much was the tax and duties and shipping fees?
    The website is trustworthy, I've ordered from them numerous of times. It all depends on the border customs. I never had to pay duty. Shipping all depends on how much you order.

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    Quote Originally Posted by esppy View Post
    Like how the fuel gauge in the car reads E for enough and F for finish?
    Or the shoes W = Wide and WMD = Wide Mid, that sort of thing (http://shuttle-house.com/new-cgi/ite...X&hid=SHB83WMD)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MusclePower100 View Post
    The website is trustworthy, I've ordered from them numerous of times. It all depends on the border customs. I never had to pay duty. Shipping all depends on how much you order.
    how long does it usually take to ship to Canada?

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    All depends on the border customs. From Japan to Vancouver takes a day, Customs could go from 1-5 days. After it goes through Customs it all depends where you live.

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