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    I will normaly will bring 3 Racquets in my bag

    1) Yonex MP 55 my fav.
    2) Protech Max power 990 for my back-up
    3) Yonex Cab 12 for training or in case any of my friends want to borrow.

    Thanks rgds

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    one cab 21 in it's carry case..
    another one permanently in the boot of my car
    (but now i took it out to lay a new grip on it and is in my aptmt)
    one cab 23 .. usually i never know where it is.. sometimes it pops up in my car, sometimes in my gym and sometimes at hope..
    As long as i have my cab 21s i dont worry :-)

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    I have 4 in the bags. But if i travel overseas for stints , i bring 3. But if i'm in a country in Hong Kong.. i will usually bring 1 only.

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    Bring x4 rackets each time only. Either the combo of Isometrics (Ti-10/MP100/90/77) or Carbonexes (Cab20/21/22/23)

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    Question : You are not using that MP-100 or Ti-10 or that AT700 or TiSP, you are resting or doing something else etc. Would you lend your racquet to someone else if they asked?

    I always have only one racquet at one time, except if some lazy dude decided to use my bag as storage. Somehow, I am very reluctant to lend the racquet because of how expensive it is - if it's to break, might as well by myself (touch wood, touch wood, touch wood).

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    Quote Originally Posted by wilfredlgf
    Question : You are not using that MP-100 or Ti-10 or that AT700 or TiSP, you are resting or doing something else etc. Would you lend your racquet to someone else if they asked?

    I always have only one racquet at one time, except if some lazy dude decided to use my bag as storage. Somehow, I am very reluctant to lend the racquet because of how expensive it is - if it's to break, might as well by myself (touch wood, touch wood, touch wood).
    Hmmm good question - no one ever asked me for my rackets because I keep mine well hidden in my bag! Besides, with the exception of my Cab22, I don't really own anything exotic that other players want to try out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wilfredlgf
    Question : You are not using that MP-100 or Ti-10 or that AT700 or TiSP, you are resting or doing something else etc. Would you lend your racquet to someone else if they asked?

    I always have only one racquet at one time, except if some lazy dude decided to use my bag as storage. Somehow, I am very reluctant to lend the racquet because of how expensive it is - if it's to break, might as well by myself (touch wood, touch wood, touch wood).
    It depends, if i know he is a good player and a person that i know, i don't mind lending him. Well if it breaks , he/she have to replace it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants
    It depends, if i know he is a good player and a person that i know, i don't mind lending him. Well if it breaks , he/she have to replace it.
    A replaced racquet may not feel the same as one that has been used for a long time, no matter how identical it is. I haven't had the chance to try this out as I am very much a one-racquet guy. *toot* happens.

    The most I ever had was 4 and it was already kinda crowded, with shirts, socks, Yoko Yoko, knee guard, all stuffed inside. Any of your bag seemed to become the favourite place for others to stuff their racquets? Mine is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wilfredlgf
    A replaced racquet may not feel the same as one that has been used for a long time, no matter how identical it is. I haven't had the chance to try this out as I am very much a one-racquet guy. *toot* happens.

    The most I ever had was 4 and it was already kinda crowded, with shirts, socks, Yoko Yoko, knee guard, all stuffed inside. Any of your bag seemed to become the favourite place for others to stuff their racquets? Mine is.
    I dont usually let pll put their stuffs in my bag.. as most players have their own bag.

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    Being a racquet rep, I carry 15 racquets (5 karakal demos, 1 new, 9 domino demos) in my bag...plus a box of karakal grips, pair of socks, couple tubes of shuttles, t-shirt and a folder. Bag is very good size.

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    You actually carry 15 racquet in the same bag!!! WoWww wonder where u find teh energy to play badminton after ehehhe. Are you a Karakal Rep?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brave_Turtle
    You actually carry 15 racquet in the same bag!!! WoWww wonder where u find teh energy to play badminton after ehehhe. Are you a Karakal Rep?
    I'm conditioned to play long hours of badminton...then I go out and eat lots of food!!!!

    I'm a Karakal rep and Domino distributor....looking for people to rep the Domino line. PM me if interested.

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    Panhandle, you can probably use your bag as warmup!

    Twice around the gym while lifting with your racquet hand, again with the other!

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