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    ichigo!!!!! that one is cute. i only have none cute keychains on my bag. this makes me want to go out and find some cool ones.

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    LOL...me too !!!
    I wanna find those with hooks...nicer...u know those kind of hooks???
    Yah...my bag can hook ...

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    i dont know those with hooks. any pictures?

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    erm...i dun have those pics but can u try imagining it??
    U know the mickey mouse lee chong wei has on his bag???
    Yeah...

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    What puzzles me is, why carry around string? Do you have stringing machine every- where you go, or do you weave the string somewhere and then put the racquet on the stringing machine at home?
    Why carry around >5 racquets AND string?

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    i always carry at least one string because if the string broke while i was playing, i would cut the strings and send it immediately after the game to my stringer. that way i can collect the racket for the next session.

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    That string was a string i got free when i join a tournament...and i forgotten to take it out...so since its in my bag, take it as a backup string then...
    Supposingly there's 5 rackets in total, but then one of the racket i "lend" it to a gal i know....thats why it became 4...
    It shud be 3 racket...another racket is a squash racket, used for footwork training and strength training...

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    Hm, what is the price difference, if one would use own string and weaves himself? I just cut my strings, when I break them and send the racquet to stringer.
    I see no discount in pricelist for own string and pre-work

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    It's a good idea to carry a pack of string as backup, just in case the stringer runs out of the type of string you normally use. Also most places will deduct the price of the string if you bring your own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ar Dan View Post
    It's a good idea to carry a pack of string as backup, just in case the stringer runs out of the type of string you normally use. Also most places will deduct the price of the string if you bring your own.
    People would not come to them if they wouldn't deduct the price for their own strings. That's just a rip-off then . Good thing that I have never even heared of such shops before

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    I think he means that he usually buys string and then pays for labor from his stringer at a combined price, however if he supplies his own, then he is able to take away that cost, just paying for labor

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ramster View Post
    I think he means that he usually buys string and then pays for labor from his stringer at a combined price, however if he supplies his own, then he is able to take away that cost, just paying for labor
    Exactly. I find that to be much cheaper, because I buy my strings from Japan.. NBG95 costs 23NZD per pack here in NewZealand, but it's only around 10NZ in Japan. The stringing job is cheaper in NewZealand though ( stringing quality isnt as good as in Japan either ).

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    lol if everyone is doing this, i should as well!

    this is my Black Knight training bag with accessories


    These are the...umm..."accessories" with my bag lol...i find that the winnie the pooh costume thing colour matches my bag =P, and the bird just plain says it xD





    This is my new (^^YAY) yonex tournament bag with it's accessories =P


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    Winnie The Pooh (seems like my new trademark, i've got it on both bags xD)


    Birdie (yup, trademark me again )

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    Darn it.. I want that Hi-qua shuttle keychain.. am I right with the brand ?
    The mini-shuttle holder too, i really wanted it but I ran out of money when I had the chance to buy it.. :S

    edit: oh no, it's a yangyang :O!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhirata View Post
    Darn it.. I want that Hi-qua shuttle keychain.. am I right with the brand ?
    The mini-shuttle holder too, i really wanted it but I ran out of money when I had the chance to buy it.. :S
    actually, it's Black Knight ...my coach gave it to me, and he's got a sponsorship from BK, so i can understand. and it's attatched to a blue strap so i can use it for a necklace , but ya, VERY nice xD

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    Since I was the one that started this thread, I will post a picture of mine. Sorry if the picture is bad. I took it with my phone.
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    ahaha, the pringles and hamburger is awesome! i wish i had something like that xD!

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