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    anyone here ever tried Kawasaki Tournament 80 shuttlecock ??

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    Hi,
    I'm looking for 24 experienced UK based players to help play test a new brand of shuttlecocks. Anyone interested in helping provide feedback in return for a tube of high performance nylon, cork based shuttles?
    These shuttles provide better flight and better durability than the Mavis 500 and provide the closest performance yet to feather shuttlecocks in both flight and feel!

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    Undeniably, yonex is the best but it's way costly... Personally like aeroplane^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by winex View Post
    Undeniably, yonex is the best but it's way costly... Personally like aeroplane^^
    Thats the reason its not the best. Cheapest i've found in the UK 14.70, a friend brought them to our club last night, smashed to pieces in second. My Yang Yang 300B are still impressing everyone, one of my mates there is determined to destroy one but its not happening

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    Here's a pic of a Yonex AS-30 after nearly a game

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    Not too good really.

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    just wanna share my experience with sea lion shuttlecocks..

    green/gold : not gonna buy this one ever again.. quality is very bad.. used 3 shuttle in an intermediate game.. flight is nightmare.. after a few smash it looks like it got air brakes cos it seems like braking during flight.. not slow down... i mean braking.. i dunno whether it's only my eyes or what.. but my partners tell the same too..

    black/white : price is the same (RM53 in teluk intan) but i think it's better than green/gold..

    just my opinion only.. looking to try yang yang 300B after this..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smithy88 View Post
    Here's a pic of a Yonex AS-30 after nearly a game
    Not too good really.
    Indeed. The lowest end Yonex shuttles I'll buy is the AS40 and that is insanely expensive here. For the price of the AS30, there are plenty of shuttles out there that are much much better.

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    Quite happy with the Aeroplane EG1130. One bird will last us two single games, if not one. The shuttlecock is quite durable and speed51 is enough for us. Shuttles can be re-used for training as they don't totally fall apart.

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    Hello,
    I am also convinced that the aeroplane shuttles have a good quality/price rate. Do you know some other brand with a good quality/price rate?
    For me yonex shuttles are too expensive, what do you think?
    thanks

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    Rank & Sports at Level 3 of Bras Basah Complex (Singapore) is selling the YangYang 300B for S$28 a tube. I am getting mine in JB Malaysia for about S$24-25 a tube (depending on current exchange rate). Will usually buy 6-8 tubes when i visit JB every once a month for my group of players. This quantity includes excesses in case i get buyers who want some from me.
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    RSL classics best

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    yes same... YY not that good.... now i use RSL classics bought from ebay they are better durable

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    did you all try Chao Pai (Red) ? Very nice shuttlecock and I think already start selling in singapore.

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    I know someone who sold Chao Pai Red before (in SG) but he no longer brings in the shuttle. Its another one of those very durable & consistent shuttle.

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    My players/students and I have tried KX Golden Ace 122 & KX 560 +A recently and found that the shuttles are durable and good quality. It can last for 2 sets and still in good condition. With the reasonable price, I think it is worth a recommendation.

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    i think the best are Protech shuttlecocks
    i have yonex shuttles there are good but when you smash several feathers come off but when you use a protech shuttle not a lot come off

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    Yonex and RSL Shuttlecock is still the best...

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