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    Thumbs up Naming taneepak as "StringsALot" ???

    Quote Originally Posted by ctjcad

    ...how about "StringsALot" for taneepak..
    Naming taneepak as "StringsALot" ???

    Yes, I think taneepak would like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris@ccc
    Naming taneepak as "StringsALot" ???

    Yes, I think taneepak would like it.
    I like it!

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    That sounds like a relationship made in heaven. One strings and the other dinks.

    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    I like it!

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    All we need is 500 peoples to order 100 packs each and we can have our own Badminton Central NanoBC-69Ti string....

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    nay i prefer 0.66 to 0.68 max. if it was that thick and i could buy two or three reels at a good price i would certainly buy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viper2005
    All we need is 500 peoples to order 100 packs each and we can have our own Badminton Central NanoBC-69Ti string....
    Goshh!! that could full my whole bed up??!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viper2005
    All we need is 500 peoples to order 100 packs each and we can have our own Badminton Central NanoBC-69Ti string....
    I don't think Ashaway will allow that. Custom specs string does not mean OEM name. I believe the 540,000 meters strings will be packed in units of 100 pieces of strings (total 1,000 meters) in each pack, so the total number of packets will be 540. In each packet will be an Ashaway USA hard copy sheet of what is all about. Which means no Badminton Central NanoBC rebranding.

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    i am sure other companies would allow oem. just need to source them out. maybe we can raise funds for BC by doing so. we just need to sell 0.66, 0.68 and 0.70 "BC" strings to our own forum stringers and some pro shops.

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    only except ashaway is really good and reliable company


    (someone still needs to answer my original question please)

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrishin
    nay i prefer 0.66 to 0.68 max. if it was that thick and i could buy two or three reels at a good price i would certainly buy.
    If you care to choose just one, like PG66 Neon green with 4,000 mirofilaments, a minimum of 5 reels (equiv. to 50 strings), then it is no problem. But it would not be as low in cost as a 540,000 meters order.

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    i thought the reels came in 200m?
    and taneepak are you really going to order that much string?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrishin
    i thought the reels came in 200m?
    and taneepak are you really going to order that much string?
    LOL he might...he probably lives in a HUGE HOUSE with a nice car--ferrari??

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrishin
    i thought the reels came in 200m?
    and taneepak are you really going to order that much string?
    Ordering 540,000 meters is difficult because of the huge volume and costs, as I may end up stocking it for decades based on my own usage. The next best is lots of 1,000 meters which are then cut into 100 strings of 10 meters each, which is what I have. Even at 1,000 meters I am restricted to at most two or three string types, due to the very high costs of storing too many string types of 1,000 meters each.
    I like the idea of 540,000 meters, simply because the cost per string will be significantly lower, maybe as low as half.

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    Does anybody have an opinion of MP Ti version?

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    Excellent review

    I'm getting a NS8000 - and play very well with the BG65 Ti at 23lbs but haven't tried any other strings. I don't smash anywhere near as hard as some of the men at our club, but I'm a strong smasher for a young player. I'll string at 24lbs to cover a bit of loss of tension, but what does the BG80 have over the 65 for me? Doubt durability is a problem for me, I'm looking for mainly control and power?

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by •ºJazº•
    Excellent review

    I'm getting a NS8000 - and play very well with the BG65 Ti at 23lbs but haven't tried any other strings. I don't smash anywhere near as hard as some of the men at our club, but I'm a strong smasher for a young player. I'll string at 24lbs to cover a bit of loss of tension, but what does the BG80 have over the 65 for me? Doubt durability is a problem for me, I'm looking for mainly control and power?

    Thanks!
    BG80 is a thinner string, so it has more power @ same tension.
    BG80 is a thinner string, it feel tighter @ same tension. = better control.
    BG80 has rougher surface, it can grip shuttle better. = better net play.

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    Thanks, looks like it's BG80. Although direct E sports only string the racket with yellow BG80's =\

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