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    Question Which is the best and most durable feather shuttle for club use?

    Can anyone give me some feedback on feather shuttles?

    My clus is currently looking to save some money on shuttles but we still want to retain quality of flight and durability!

    We are currently using Yonex Aerosensa 30s for club and match use.

    What i want to know is, have you used any other brands of shuttles and compared them to Aerosnesa 30s? can anyone recommend a shuttle worth trying?

    any thoughts or information on this would be greatly received.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digler_78
    Can anyone give me some feedback on feather shuttles?

    My clus is currently looking to save some money on shuttles but we still want to retain quality of flight and durability!

    We are currently using Yonex Aerosensa 30s for club and match use.

    What i want to know is, have you used any other brands of shuttles and compared them to Aerosnesa 30s? can anyone recommend a shuttle worth trying?

    any thoughts or information on this would be greatly received.

    Cheers
    i recommend Victor Champion ( Green colour ) as its is definitely much much better den AS30 in terms of flight n durability (can last around 1.5 games for doubles) . However, i do not know the price n availability of dis shuttle over at yr side. But in singapore...its S$22. Yonex AS40 (S$24) is also as good as Victor Champion...but i tink it just lose out abit on durability.

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    We use the RSL ACE in my club... I think they are fine, but not really anything special. My team get 2 packs of them and thats usually enough for the 10 players we are... (Btw. our lessons are 1½ hours, and we only use new shuttlecocks in the matches and english doubles.

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/revi...&cat=38&page=1

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    You may want to give Tai-Lai Green label a try, if you can get them where you are. I used to use Aeroplane Green, but TL is definitely better in flight quality, durability and consistency for only pennies more.

    Another brand to try, Yang Yang 2000A. Similar quality to TL Green, IMHO.

    If you've got some extra money, try Tai-Lai Gold, Aeroplane Red or Black and Yang Yang 300B. From my own experience, they're all excellent shuttles when properly humidified.

    HTH.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quasimodo
    You may want to give Tai-Lai Green label a try,
    I think u mean the light green ones (101), which is the 2nd best in TaiLai series, only behind gold. The dark green ones (402) are the lowest grade.

    TaiLai:
    Gold, Light Green (101), Blue (201), Pink (301), Yellow (401), Dark Green (402)

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    HI,

    My grp use protech PT-10 shuttle.
    Price in sin $23, each shuttle can last abt 1 - 1.4 games.

    ceng

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    Quote Originally Posted by LazyBuddy
    I think u mean the light green ones (101), which is the 2nd best in TaiLai series, only behind gold. The dark green ones (402) are the lowest grade.

    TaiLai:
    Gold, Light Green (101), Blue (201), Pink (301), Yellow (401), Dark Green (402)
    Yes, what he said. I'm just familiar with the three TL lines that badmintonalley.com carries.

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