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Thread: Wilson shuttlecocks
10-03-2005, 06:12 PM #18Originally Posted by J_M_V
05-31-2006, 04:54 AM #19
bought wilson 6500 coaching...the durability is poor..after some smash the feather torn apart...
06-04-2006, 01:06 AM #20
Yang Yang 300 B shuttlecock is very durable
try this model of yang yang 300 B shuttlecock , wow it is very durable .
one game one shuttle . it is as more durable compared with yonex aerosensa 50 ,
Alot of tournament in malaysia are using it because of its durablity and flight consistent .
Price in malaysia is RM 55 per dozen
i had send to my friend in australia n now their whole badminton club in that area are using it , but shipment might be expensive ,
last month he ask me to sent him 100 dozens shuttlecock ,
price for shipment already RM 850 ( ringgit malaysia ) if fast 4 day delivery
price for Shipment RM 600 ( ringgit malaysia ) if two weeks delivery
it come to about 63.50 per tube and its still cheaper than what you are paying for .
06-04-2006, 01:31 AM #21Originally Posted by racquetman
06-04-2006, 11:07 AM #22
Yang Yang 300 B have 2 models
The model i m using is the Yang Yang 300 B Tournament Series
Price for the Yang YAng 300 B ( standard model ) in malaysia is only at
The different between this two model is
( from what i was told by the supplier )
The standard model is produce during ( summer , spring ,authum )
The Tournament model is produce during ( Winter )
Therefore the Feather produce during winter season is much thicker
than in summer , spring or authum therefore it will last longer .
The Yang Yang 300 B ( tournament model ) had a W sign on the speed stick to the top cap . and a sticker stick at the tube mentioning Tournament model and moreover this tournament model only sell in Malaysia , Brunei and thailand . normally i make pre order from my supplier .
if the model you mentioned that can buy at USD 14.95 , is a fantastic price already . but the bad news about this model is the only have one batch every year since winter only comes once a year . normally i will buy in bulk like 100 tubes . but have to keep it in cool place so that the shuttlecocks won't dry out , the durability will remain . this shuttlecocks only last me for half a year , after that we will use back the standard model or Other brand like Sealion C 1101 GOld or RSL Classic . ( can you check out the price of these two model in US ? )
Heard from my supplier shuttlecock price will increase again in mid Of July
think next time had to use CHICKEN feather to make shuttlecock .
2 pcs of Tournament series = 3 pcs of standard model
( according to my game play )
please keep me inform of any opinion you have . if i can't answer i will ask that dealer to give me a good answer because he is a specialist and i m only racquetman , just joking
06-14-2006, 04:18 AM #23
ws400??? freaking cheap.. but doesnt last at all.. yeah... bought in bangkok @ $10 sing.. $7 us?.. yeah..bout there.. haha.. but only last for about 15 mins into the game till feathers start dropping like it is nobody's business.. haha.. of course.. we always smash.. lol.. get it for the price.. but get another tube of higher qulity shuttles to play matches in.. this are only good to play for practising..
08-10-2006, 07:54 AM #24
wilson shuttles are cheap enough to make practise/coaching shuttle
but definately not for a game
they hardly last half a game of doubles where there lot of smashing
08-04-2007, 09:12 PM #25
the newer wilson classic and wilson tournament shuttles are great, imo comparable to hiqua blue, but better for the buck.
08-05-2007, 01:32 PM #26
I use Wilson Tournament feather shuttles. In my opinion they are good; lasts about 1.5-2 games (normal game play) for us after steaming. In my opinion, the HiQua Blue are better grade than these.
08-05-2007, 01:51 PM #27
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