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    AS40 in China is not that cheap, same as singapore.
    cheaper in taiwan.

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    I got a friend and he was asking me do you know how to even hit a feather shuttle?? lol

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    Yonex Aerosensa 40 are better than Victor Champion #1 shuttles.

    I used to use the Victor green myself until I started to notice the poor quality of the corks as they easily get dented. I asked my local dealer about that and he said according the Victor rep, this should not happen because it their top quality shuttle.

    Since it is a QC issue on Victor, avoid this shuttle.
    Last edited by Matt; 12-19-2006 at 05:47 PM.

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    heyy matt, I'm just wondering what's the difference between these-as 20 as 40 as 50??? I guess the higher the better or?? Do you reccommend the as 40 ?? could you tell me the speed,durability etc. thanks matt

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    The higher the model is, the better the shuttle is. I do recommend the AS-40 because it was Gary that introduced it to me when I asked him why my Victors Champion #1 which I bought were doing that. That was when he told me to switch to the Aerosensa 40. The AS-50 is a few dollars more there but you don't really need it unless you want it.

    The speed and flight of the bird is very consistant and can last up to about 2 games at best.
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    I see. I see many forums of preserving feather shuttlecocks. Some ppl say put it in the refridgerater,some ppl tell me to steam it, and some tell me to dip it in water. So which is the best method??

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    Wow--as 40 30 bucks 30/12=2.50 for one lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by azn_123
    I see. I see many forums of preserving feather shuttlecocks. Some ppl say put it in the refridgerater,some ppl tell me to steam it, and some tell me to dip it in water. So which is the best method??
    Hydrating/steaming them is the best method for me:

    http://www.shuttlecock.com/Resources...e-steaming.php

    I, however, use a humidifier with water at room temperature.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    Hydrating/steaming them is the best method for me:

    http://www.shuttlecock.com/Resources...e-steaming.php

    I, however, use a humidifier with water at room temperature.
    When it says remove both ends of the tube..then won't the shuttlecocks fall??

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    fall out* sorry about it

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    Quote Originally Posted by azn_123
    Wow--as 40 30 bucks 30/12=2.50 for one lol
    I can get it for less.

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    How lol??I know I can get 10 percent off from this forum but..TELL MEE !!! please

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    I was kidding lol!

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    Heyy matt..How long does a tube of as-40 last you??

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    Btw matt do oyu learn at c2??

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    It normally lasts one or two games. I learned some badminton at Cambie with instructors back in 98.

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    correct me if i'm wrong but i think the important is to have newer shuttle possible. I just started playing with feather shuttle and i'm pissed of of the price but my friends play with that so I follow. And up now i tried
    Victor champion #3
    Talai 101 ???
    As-50
    victor tourney ???

    And the As-50 arn't that more durable than other. And i think it's because of the fact that we bought the As-50 on internet and we have no clue about the years they were produced. And like every animal it get old. Do you guy think the steam can restore a old shuttle.

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