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    Quote Originally Posted by azn_123
    Do you think you could get me speed 78 or speed 79?
    did you try to contact RSLCANADA?
    he quoted me CAD$16/tube for Tourney #1, but might be even cheaper if you buy them in quantuty...

    P.S. we are currently using 77 for winter play, the speed is perfect!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jayda
    did you try to contact RSLCANADA?
    he quoted me CAD$16/tube for Tourney #1, but might be even cheaper if you buy them in quantuty...

    P.S. we are currently using 77 for winter play, the speed is perfect!
    Alrighty Hmmm..hehe shipping fees I think

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    does some1 know where i can get those Tai Lai in bigger amounts >50 dzn? and possibly at a low price.

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    http://www.bbesports.com/index_shuttle.htm has them.

    Quote Originally Posted by Heftiforex
    does some1 know where i can get those Tai Lai in bigger amounts >50 dzn? and possibly at a low price.

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    bbe is a nice shop, but they ship up to 50 dzn only. and the fright is very expensive.

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    boy did this thread go off topic, lol...

    anyways, here there are only 2 shuttlecocks available in shops, some weird ARROW brand which have birds that weigh a tonne, and the AS10 for guess what - AUD30!!! (another shop sells them at AUD40)

    They suck and we try to keep it a max of 3 shuttles per game coz they're so darn expensive. Luckily I found a guy on the forum who sells Yang Yang 300Bs (IBF approved) for AUD20/doz...so I'm waiting for him to send me 3 doz to see how good they are...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hyperactive
    boy did this thread go off topic, lol...

    anyways, here there are only 2 shuttlecocks available in shops, some weird ARROW brand which have birds that weigh a tonne, and the AS10 for guess what - AUD30!!! (another shop sells them at AUD40)

    They suck and we try to keep it a max of 3 shuttles per game coz they're so darn expensive. Luckily I found a guy on the forum who sells Yang Yang 300Bs (IBF approved) for AUD20/doz...so I'm waiting for him to send me 3 doz to see how good they are...
    Try RSL Shuttles I'm planning on getting some.

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    in the netherlands the cheapest shuttles are the as 10, the cost 13 $. if you prepare them good, by keeping them in the fridge. are they good enough to use as traing shuttle????

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    Quote Originally Posted by azn_123
    Try RSL Shuttles I'm planning on getting some.
    yeah, I was thinking of getting some...but they dont sell em around here. The only ones I could find were by an ebayer called e-packer or something like that. He has the same auctions for his RSL shuttles but for about AUD3 less than ebay on a Austalian auction site.

    I was thinking of trying to get some of him but he only sells RSL Tourney No. 3, 5, and 7...I don't know which to get...

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    Took a couple of pics of all the shuttlecocks which I still have before destroying 'em on the court. Here's a peak of what to expect should you want to try em out sometime...

    Feathers are relatively brittle, and won't last very long, they are about 90% symmetrical so that's not too bad. The sticker inside the shuttlecock is one of the prettiest I've seen (not that that makes any difference)




    One thing to note is that after a few hard hits some of the feathers fly right off while others are still in prefect condition. These are great birds to make mini shuttles coz you can salvage the good ones while discarding the rest!



    Another thing to note is how weird the feathers are cut...mostly are pointed/rounded shuttles with symmetrical sides. On the AS-10, half of one side is snipped of..or probably just an indication that its made of duck feathers...or maybe that how duck feathers look like originally...not too sure about that.



    It's 100% cork which I like! Cork won't deform either! ...of course, thats probably due to the fact that the feathers are all gone before it gets a chance to...

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    Sorry, AS10 is made of goose feather... Yes, it flies good and dies fast.

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    really? I've heard some people say its made of duck, while others say its made of goose...dont really care...probably wont buy anymore of those...hehe...

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