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    Quote Originally Posted by supersheep1988 View Post
    Yonex and RSL Shuttlecock is still the best...
    Agreed too. RSL no.6, No. 7 (used in China) and Yonex are the best, in terms of long lasting, i.e durability.

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    whats rsl ?
    yer i like yonex shuttles but i still like these protech shuttles even though im a yonex persn

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    Quote Originally Posted by drew tze en View Post
    whats rsl ?
    yer i like yonex shuttles but i still like these protech shuttles even though im a yonex persn
    Dude,
    RSL is one of the famous badminton equipment brand, especially in making shuttlecocks. (they just celebrated their 82nd anniversary by the way)
    Check out their website yourself.
    http://www.rsl-1928.com/

    It is kind of an irony, as RSL is originated from England, where your location is, and it is since 1928.
    It is widely used in Asia.

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    oh !! oops i need to look it up then

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    Quote Originally Posted by ksteel View Post
    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!
    Did anybody ever tried your plastic shuttles??? We use the Mavis 350 at our club; expensive and not very durable, and not keeping a good speed very long.

    Would like to know which brand you are talking about, and any feedback???

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    these shuttles are yonex
    i have mavis 2000 probably the best nylon shuttles out so far that ive tried
    they really are like a really feather shuttle

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackfeather View Post
    i think hangyu silver No. 2 is the best value for money shuttlecock. it costs around 5 us dollar a dozen, it last a good doubles game. the flight is excellent too. i also recommend kaiweisi green pro, its very neat, at around 8 us dollar.

    of course aeroplane is really good if money is not a problem
    @blackfeather , do you still use hangyu and kaiweisi? Are they still good?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nicknackman View Post
    Yonex AS50 ftw...lol...but if you want to be economical...La Fleche Tourney Grade shuttles are pretty good but they're hard to find...whatever u do dun get victor greens anymore...the QC has gone down drastically....
    Want to know more about La Fleche. I have found the source, price is cheaper.

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    hi, u can try PROTECH WORLDCLASS. worth to use it! perfect flight.

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    ...my choice RSL Classic Tourney (green colour) loved by 15 of my players.

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    I've tried:

    RSL Tourney No. 1 (78)
    Aerosensa 30 (78)
    Aerosensa 40 (78)
    Victor Gold Champion (79)

    I... wasn't too keen on the RSL shuttles. They felt a little slower than the Yonex shuttles. I really enjoyed my Victor shuttles, they're quite durable. I think if I don't get on so well with my tube of 40s I'll go back to ordering Victor.

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    Just tried Youhe S100 and it's not bad.

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    Hi, how will you compare Victor gold champion to as 40 and tourney classic.

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    Default Another vote for Youhe S100

    I'm also pleasantly surprised by the Youhe S100's. Comparable to RSL Classic Tourney or Yonex AS-10 in quality, but can get them for $20 per tube including shipping. Badmintonian.com
    Quote Originally Posted by djbinter View Post
    Just tried Youhe S100 and it's not bad.

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    Tried RCL Platinum not bad..cost about USD22 /tube

    Yonex Aerosensa 10 not really good after 1 match. flight became significantly slower even feathers are still intact

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    Quote Originally Posted by djkenishii View Post
    Tried RCL Platinum not bad..cost about USD22 /tube

    Yonex Aerosensa 10 not really good after 1 match. flight became significantly slower even feathers are still intact
    The problem with as 10 are that they are cheap goose feather and they tend to widen like flower after few strokes but since they are durable they don't break easily . but speed wise it becomes waste . as 10 should not be steamed and they can remain crisp a bit longer. A prime example of a shuttle which does not improve on steaming . exact opposite of RSLs

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    if price is not a problem, I guess of all brands I have used (Yonex, LiNing, Victor, etc) Yonex is still the best shuttlecock especially the higher grade ones like New Official or Tournament, the hitting feel is just awesome and crisp even after a few games.

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