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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun
    Dink, what happens if you break them all? do you have to drive home and get more?
    My worst breakage day was 2 rackets and 2 strings. It's been 3 weeks since I broke a racket...I think the Woven 7 and I agree to agree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    My bag is official!
    ..hehe, nice logo you got there, makes your bag quite distinctive, i may add...hehe
    Last edited by ctjcad; 10-10-2006 at 12:07 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    My worst breakage day was 2 rackets and 2 strings. It's been 3 weeks since I broke a racket...I think the Woven 7 and I agree to agree.
    ..ah, in that case if you've never broken any Woven 7s, then i've gotta say it must "Lucky #7"..

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad
    ..ah, in that case if you've never broken any Woven 7s, then i've gotta say it must "Lucky #7"..
    Not yet, I haven't used the Woven 7 for any extended period of time. Hopefully, they'll stay intact.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    Not yet, I haven't used the Woven 7 for any extended period of time. Hopefully, they'll stay intact.
    Yea hopefully. Do your rackets ever get messed up when you carry them in such a large bulk? I'm always afraid that even with my rackets in their cover that they will crack or a string will pop. Was also wondering if you started getting any discounts for buying so many rackets from ibuysports? =P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dummey
    Yea hopefully. Do your rackets ever get messed up when you carry them in such a large bulk? I'm always afraid that even with my rackets in their cover that they will crack or a string will pop. Was also wondering if you started getting any discounts for buying so many rackets from ibuysports? =P
    LOL! I always find it funny when people ask questions like this.

    The answer is absolutely not. The rackets do not get messed up.

    Yes, I get a discount from buying in bulk from www.ibuysports.com.

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    Mine is nothing. nothing to any of your peoples.
    1 Armortec 500
    1 Isometric MF 63
    1 pair of SHB-90 MX
    1 brochure of a tournament (past, didn't threw away)
    1 schedule of the lessons at the badminton center
    1 brochure of the badminton center
    1 pair of scissors (in case string broke)
    1 big blue Powerade water bottle (very useful =P)
    1 towel
    that's it. It may sound a lot, but none of those takes up much room.

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    This is what I usually carry inside my bag with me to the badminton gyms.

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    Yonex 724
    Rackets: Yonex AT800-OF, Genji 40T-9000, Yonex ISO 20
    Shuttles: Victor Champion #1
    String: Yonex BG65
    Grip: 30pk Wilson Pro Overgrip, Reel of grip finishing tape, Scissor
    Clothing: Yonex SHB 92ex shoe, UCSC Badminton Club shirt, Nike Drifit short, Wilson ankle-cut socks
    Perspiration: 2 towels, 2 wrist sweatbands, Old Spice high endurance deodorant
    Medical: Icy Hot paste
    Food: Various snacks(trail mix, granola bar, etc), 32oz Gatorade
    Misc: Digital camera, 1 racket head cover, 3 full size racket covers

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    curious, what's the extra racquet head cover for?
    you use it as some kinda bag?

    and nice genji racquet, mind sharing where you got it from?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamzz
    curious, what's the extra racquet head cover for?
    you use it as some kinda bag?

    and nice genji racquet, mind sharing where you got it from?
    imma have to guess that it's for warming up. use the cover for resistance.

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    curious, what's the extra racquet head cover for?
    you use it as some kinda bag?

    and nice genji racquet, mind sharing where you got it from?
    Dummey is correct. I use the extra racket head cover for warming up. While waiting for my turn to play, I would put the head cover on the Yonex ISO 20, and just swing it around. A 1U racket + head cover makes a good warm up tool because of the weight and wind resistant Then I'll switch over to my Yonex AT800-OF and continue my warmup when I'm on the court.

    As for the Genji racket it, I got it at the Badminton SuperStore which is a store near my area. The store also has a website which can be found at www.bestbuyplaza.com which will forward you to http://ebadminton.stores.yahoo.net/ Quick summary on the racket. It's suppose to be an AT800-OF clone because it has the AT800 string pattern and was listed as a 3U and stiff shaft. Well, it isn't an AT800-OF but feels more somewhat like a AT800-DE in 3U weight.
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    Those are some nice bags, ive had my new forza bag for liek what 3-4 months now i should really post a pic its changed alot from the last one i posted with the yonex bag. Now with new shoes and new racquet and other stuff...or wait ill wait till saturday night to post it since i snapped my strings and dont get it back till saturday. Pics comming soon.

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    Apparently, I'm not as psycho as I thought:

    Rackets:
    SOTX Power Boss Woven Series: 5A + 8
    Carlton (super old racket, no idea what model, it's 94g) racket with 10-year old string that used to be 20 lbs, no idea what it is now...

    Bag:
    A slightly ripped Victor, dark red one.

    Birdies:
    Yonex Mavis 350 or 500, sometimes MISC. feather ones.

    Shoes:
    SOTX ones, no idea what make or model.

    Other:
    Tissues, Student ID, money for badminton, two-four water bottles, 1-2 Gatorade bottles, sometimes candy or food, 1-3 sets of extra clothes.

    This is what I bring at MOST.

    As you can see, I don't bring very much...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hiroisuke
    Apparently, I'm not as psycho as I thought:

    Rackets:
    SOTX Power Boss Woven Series: 5A + 8
    Carlton (super old racket, no idea what model, it's 94g) racket with 10-year old string that used to be 20 lbs, no idea what it is now...

    Bag:
    A slightly ripped Victor, dark red one.

    Birdies:
    Yonex Mavis 350 or 500, sometimes MISC. feather ones.

    Shoes:
    SOTX ones, no idea what make or model.

    Other:
    Tissues, Student ID, money for badminton, two-four water bottles, 1-2 Gatorade bottles, sometimes candy or food, 1-3 sets of extra clothes.

    This is what I bring at MOST.

    As you can see, I don't bring very much...

    hahaha, you're very moderate indeed, i think that's pretty much basic in this forum. there are some real madmen in here who are like tortoises, lugging everything they own on their backs. you know who you are!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zasboy
    Dummey is correct. I use the extra racket head cover for warming up. While waiting for my turn to play, I would put the head cover on the Yonex ISO 20, and just swing it around. A 1U racket + head cover makes a good warm up tool because of the weight and wind resistant Then I'll switch over to my Yonex AT800-OF and continue my warmup when I'm on the court.

    As for the Genji racket it, I got it at the Badminton SuperStore which is a store near my area. The store also has a website which can be found at www.bestbuyplaza.com which will forward you to http://ebadminton.stores.yahoo.net/ Quick summary on the racket. It's suppose to be an AT800-OF clone because it has the AT800 string pattern and was listed as a 3U and stiff shaft. Well, it isn't an AT800-OF but feels more somewhat like a AT800-DE in 3U weight.
    those racquets are very attractively priced indeed. i wonder if anyone's had the oppurtunity to try them out, i'm quite keen to know how each one measures up to their yonex equivalent, since that's what we know best as a benchmark. i'm quite keen to get something that has specs similar to a 2U Mp100 or a 2U/3U Ti-10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamzz
    those racquets are very attractively priced indeed. i wonder if anyone's had the oppurtunity to try them out, i'm quite keen to know how each one measures up to their yonex equivalent, since that's what we know best as a benchmark. i'm quite keen to get something that has specs similar to a 2U Mp100 or a 2U/3U Ti-10.
    Some of the players on my high school team along with at least one of my coaches used Genji rackets. From what I've seen they are all imitations of Yonex brand rackets that preform well. From what I've heard and seen they preform similar, but not quite the same as the Yonex counter-parts. Quality wise, I've seen them survive some clashes and mishits with no real damage. I'm willing to bet they are of decent quality, though the downside is the lack of a warrenty. Overall, they are good rackets for the price, but this is only form observations; I have only personally hit with one for about 15 min. I might pick one up during winter break to test them.

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    victor racquet...mizuno wave smash...AND1 wristbands...nike and fila sherts...nokia cell fone...CK wallet...gatorade

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