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    The Thai National team uses a training racket made by Tailai (150gm) carbon...
    Does anyone know where I can contact the manufacturer???
    All my searches turn up empty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wallacesed
    what has this got to do with Tailai?

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    I think you can just use a simple old style wooden rackets which would cost you very little and serve the same purpose. I think this is as effective when you do your shadows etc

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    Sorry, I do not recall seeing the brand.

    agreed, use an older, or more affordable steel racquet.

    The 160g training raquet I have is crumbling from the inside out, it rattles more and more after each practice now

    I ended up ordering a kimoni 150g training racquet from puppy sports in HK, only $49USD, still a far cry from $10 for a steel racquet
    I may end up buying some lead tape and experiment with that on my steel racquet, since I am just trying to increase overall racquet weight, not just head weight.

    Anywho... best of luck to you.

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    TaiLai is a good shuttlecock brand. The factory is in Guangdong Province.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wallacesed
    Their racket is similar to Tailai but could not contact with them....I have used the Tailai and it plays same as regular racket except heavy and only cost about 20usd....
    Still need help finding Tailai contact info

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamzz
    what has this got to do with Tailai?
    Just happens to be the racket Thai team uses and thought it might help to find Tailai if it is made in Thailand.
    Can you help or are you just bored? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kelvin
    Sorry, I do not recall seeing the brand.

    agreed, use an older, or more affordable steel racquet.

    The 160g training raquet I have is crumbling from the inside out, it rattles more and more after each practice now

    I ended up ordering a kimoni 150g training racquet from puppy sports in HK, only $49USD, still a far cry from $10 for a steel racquet
    I may end up buying some lead tape and experiment with that on my steel racquet, since I am just trying to increase overall racquet weight, not just head weight.

    Anywho... best of luck to you.
    Thanks for the info and I will contact Kimoni about their racket....

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