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    Default [Question] Best plastic shuttlecock?

    I am wondering what are good quality/durability best plastic shuttlecock to practice with?

    please name some like yonex mavis etc thx

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    Yonex MAV2000...

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentheart View Post
    Yonex MAV2000...
    Yeah, Yonex Mavis 2000 or Carlton F1. Still, IMO even relatively cheap feathers would offer better performance (but less durability).

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    Try Yonex Mavis 300

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentheart View Post
    Yonex MAV2000...
    i haven't tried this one yet but i'm sure it would fly better than mavis300's series. One of key feature of plastic shuttle is its durability, i wonder if mavis 2000 is as durable as the mavis 300/350/370

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler View Post
    i haven't tried this one yet but i'm sure it would fly better than mavis300's series. One of key feature of plastic shuttle is its durability, i wonder if mavis 2000 is as durable as the mavis 300/350/370
    MAV2000 fly closer to real feather than any of the shuttles before on clear. The smash slows down better but not significant. Back court slice is very interesting. May be you should try and see it. Net drop is about the same as the other plastic MAV300 and up.

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    I like the MAV350s best, over the 370s and the 300s. best bang for the buck, as it were. I haven't yet tried the 2k, though, I really want to, I just can't find them anywhere...

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    mav2k are the best plastic to date. badminton avenue, bbc's site has them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silentheart View Post
    Yonex MAV2000...
    Yep Mavis 2000's are probably the best plastic shuttlecocks .

    You have to trust master Silentheart

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