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    Quote Originally Posted by registered
    i think the mavis 350 is a general best bang for you buck in terms of durability and playability. The mavis 370 has the plastic molded more so to simulate a real feather shuttlecock. I've played with both and i recommend the 370 if price isn't an issue... sure does last longer then a real feather! Main difference is the way the plastic is constructed.
    Thanks, so the 370 is better.. Is it a lot more expensive? Which speed would you recommend (green/blue/red)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by other
    The yellow one is the Mavis 300, the white one is the Mavis 370

    both are brand new just out of the box
    Thanks for the pics, other. Wich speed would you recommend? (red/blue/green)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stijn
    Thanks for the pics, other. Wich speed would you recommend? (red/blue/green)
    its about 1 difference for 12 of 300 and 370 with the 370 being more expensive. I usually use the 300 becuase they come in yellow as well, making it much easier to see because the lighting is pretty bad in some of the courts here, and the 370 only comes in white.

    speed wise i'm so used to blue (medium) so i always buy that. it feels reasonable, i can clear from end to end (sometimes) with both the 300 and 370 (370 being a bit easier becuase its a bit faster)...

    maybe i'll do the shuttle speed test one day...but i think the blue 300 are a little slow (they do speed up after playing with them for a while and breaking some of the plastic)..the blue 370 is probably more "correct" speed brand new out of the tube.

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    Quote Originally Posted by other
    its about 1 difference for 12 of 300 and 370 with the 370 being more expensive. I usually use the 300 becuase they come in yellow as well, making it much easier to see because the lighting is pretty bad in some of the courts here, and the 370 only comes in white.

    speed wise i'm so used to blue (medium) so i always buy that. it feels reasonable, i can clear from end to end (sometimes) with both the 300 and 370 (370 being a bit easier becuase its a bit faster)...

    maybe i'll do the shuttle speed test one day...but i think the blue 300 are a little slow (they do speed up after playing with them for a while and breaking some of the plastic)..the blue 370 is probably more "correct" speed brand new out of the tube.
    OK, thanks a lot! Thought the 370's were a lot more expensive...

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    370 really looks better...more like a real feathershuttle that is..
    It's tempting to get some to try them out, so i will most likely do that in the near future

    ps...thanks Stijn for directing me to this topic..

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    I prefer the 370s because they just feel better to me - they seem slightly heavier/denser and more like feathers. If you're in the UK then Centralsports have them for a decent price (12 per dozen including P&P).

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    Quote Originally Posted by m_poppema
    370 really looks better...more like a real feathershuttle that is..
    It's tempting to get some to try them out, so i will most likely do that in the near future

    ps...thanks Stijn for directing me to this topic..
    You're welcome . However, it seems that the Mavis 370's aren't imported in Belgium ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stijn
    You're welcome . However, it seems that the Mavis 370's aren't imported in Belgium ...
    mm well you can always try www.centralsports.co.uk

    they handle international orders as well...just have a look at their "help" page near the bottom for contact details and payment stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by other
    mm well you can always try www.centralsports.co.uk

    they handle international orders as well...just have a look at their "help" page near the bottom for contact details and payment stuff.
    Thanks, I'll have a look...

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    To Stijn:

    You can also check with http://www.badmintonversand.de/

    Personally I've had excellent service from them.

    / mats

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    mavis 350.............
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    Thanks for the pics cooler, you can easily spot the differences between the two.. Anyone knows if the Mavis 370's are avalable in Germany? The costs for ordering online are a too high since I need only one tube of them..

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    mavis 500 and 350 got much different.... other then the design.... the flight power is the same i guess.

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