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    Default affordable price for good&durable shuttlecocks

    Don't waste anymore time to look around for cheap price for shuttlecocks.
    A friend of mine got some good quality shuttlecocks imported from Vietnam,but it is made for U.S weather. I have used these birdies to play at GGBC in Menlo Park for the past 3 weeks.I am amazed with the durability and the quality of it. 1-2 games(21 points.).I also purposely played with some of the beginner players which they hit the birdie on the racket frame half of dozen times and still the shaft of the feather still remain strong.
    Best of all,i paid $11 bucks per tube(12 birdies.)
    If i steam them before i play, that last even longer.
    Don't get me wrong,i like aeroplane(black label),Victor(green), RSL, and few other brands from other players(trumps,Youhe.)
    But paying $18.5-$21 per tube on the 5-6 days schedule,you could do the math.
    If you want more information on how to get these shuttlecocks,could email to me mvjl@yahoo.com.
    Hey,don't forget,badminton IS a expensive sport.
    beachvball man

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    Quote Originally Posted by rp_badder View Post
    I'm looking for a shuttle roughly at the same price as Wilson WS-400 club, but more durable and have a consistent flight. I would prefer if you could find something even lesser in price, I really need practice but not poor quality. I want an online or over the phone dealer.
    I've been buying from this ebay seller I found. I really like his "goose" feather shuttlecocks, before I've only been playing with Duck feathers.

    In my opinion, it's really worth the price. I got it for USD$10 per tube for their practice level shuttlecock, I think it's comparable to Yonex AS 15 as they claimed, and USD $14 per tube for their tournament level shuttlecock, comparable to Yonex AS 30.

    Since his store was nearby, I was able to do local pick-up to avoid the S&H, and I had to buy 25 tubes to get that price but I think it's worth it.

    Email him directly, not through ebay, can get you the cheapest price.

    His email chichistore@gmail.com

    Hope this helps
    Last edited by hYaCiNtH; 11-13-2008 at 03:17 AM. Reason: missing info

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    I like pink Victor and purple Swallow(4000)

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    I have been shopping at www.mybadmintonstore.com
    but since the economy has been dropping, the price in canadian dollars isn't so good.
    the one advantage is that it's free shipping.
    I have been using the Hi Qua Red and they are good. players that use victor blue and RSL complain about the flight of the hi quas

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    I recommend you to try out Sinar Mutiara shuttlecocks. It's quite popular back in Indonesia. I think you can order it from Ebay or something.. Not too sure though..

    I have a tube with me now, I got it from friend, I think it's called Legend 1. And so far I think it's quite good, comparable with Protech Gold. And my friend said it's much cheaper..

    If you are interested, I can help you to check out for more info.

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    We use these here in Arizona USA. Speed 77 works quite well. I think they are $16 for the gold and $14 for the silver ones. I've tried both and really like them. Keep them humidified before play.

    http://trident-usa.com/BADMINTON_SHUTTLECOCKS.html

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