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    Default Karakal grips

    Anyone still use em?

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    i use karakal grips. i tried 3 types, the PU super grip, Kumfy grip, and the groovy grip. I didnt really like them except for the PU super grip, so far is my first choice grip for badminton.

    For more information, you can get it here. http://www.karakal.com/index.php/8/category/22/grips/

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    Half of the players in my club use them.

    I just tried using one myself for the first time.
    I've only played three times with the new grip, but I'm very please with it so far.

    Mine is a PU Super Grip Duo.

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    i used too. but now i use towel grip for half the cost. it was getting expensive changing my grip every few weeks

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    yup, i having been using the PU supergrip for quite a few years now.
    mainly because they're the best grips i can find easier in malaysia for a decent price.
    they do lose tackiness after a couple of months though, by which time they should be changed anyways.

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    Had a PU-supergrip some time ago...

    well,,,one mans meat...I didn't like the rubbery feel feels, well, yuck...

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    I use the PU grips all the time, bargain when bought in bulk.

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    Yonex Super Grab and Karakal Pu grips are the top on my list.

    However, i prefer the Karakal Pu anytime i love them...The are tacky and rubbery..it is awesome..

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    i prefer pu grips as i have dry hands...haven't tried karakal though. next time, i will.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamzz
    yup, i having been using the PU supergrip for quite a few years now.
    mainly because they're the best grips i can find easier in malaysia for a decent price.
    they do lose tackiness after a couple of months though, by which time they should be changed anyways.
    I agree, alot of my friends are using karakal grips too. Its the most popular at the shop that i go to, finish quite fast especially black coloured ones.

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