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    O I forgot to ask. Is there an update on the Ultra Pro's? *cannot wait patiently*

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    so true. i keep my bag huge 9 racket bag close to my car. i pack my clothing for the day into the bag, lift it into the car, then walk 50m (if i cannot find good parking!) to the gym, plop it down, and then don't lift it until i leave. i usually have enough to survive for weeks with the things i stuff into that bag.

    back in Hongkong, we have to carry the bag, walk down to the bus stop, take bus/MTR/train, walk to the gym, and then back. easily a kilometer or more of walking. packing light and small will be essential there.

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    back in HK, maybe you can still tip a coolie to carry your bag for you! ???
    Or are those days long over???

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    Quote Originally Posted by what07 View Post
    O I forgot to ask. Is there an update on the Ultra Pro's? *cannot wait patiently*
    Dink says next week!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cobalt View Post
    back in HK, maybe you can still tip a coolie to carry your bag for you! ???
    Or are those days long over???
    these days if you do that, you may not see your bag ever again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    Dink says next week!!
    So by the time exams are over, I can enjoy a nice winterbreak with them Then next semester will have a date with the revelation.

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    So, is the T-Pro on the back burner, then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by what07 View Post
    So by the time exams are over, I can enjoy a nice winterbreak with them Then next semester will have a date with the revelation.
    i think safe to say that you will get it before xmas for a nice xmas present. but i think Dink will be very busy stringing and shipping them out for the next couple of weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cobalt View Post
    So, is the T-Pro on the back burner, then?
    Dink says if there's demand for it.

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    Nobody needs to change shirts 5 times. So what if it gets a bit sweaty?
    You don't see football players changing their shirt every time they get a bit of mud on it. You're just reinforcing the stereotype that badminton players are soft :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sketchy View Post
    Nobody needs to change shirts 5 times. So what if it gets a bit sweaty?
    You don't see football players changing their shirt every time they get a bit of mud on it. You're just reinforcing the stereotype that badminton players are soft :P
    A bit sweaty? LMAO!

    Sir! You must live on an island...oh wait, you sort of do, one of the best ones.

    Adam, if you've ever been to SoCal and watch how people sweat in extremely hot conditions, then you would know. And if hot and humid such as SE Asia, forget it, one will be dripping on the court constantly, the sweat does not dry up!

    Football? Come on now, that's a completely different sport. Sweat does not adversely affect that game.

    You ever try playing on a soaking wet badminton court? Thank you!

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    Have to agree with Dink on that - I never wear cotton shirts in summer, even though it's probably a lot cooler here. But even with dry-fit clothes, I need to change at least once (although I usually play for 3-4hours) or it'll drip all over the court - even my shorts are soaked. Now, in winter, I still change once, cause the wet shirt will get way too cool (dry-fit or cotton).
    The bag would really need to be big for me - I usually pack 5-8 rackets (testing out new strings, having at least 2 doubles and 2 singles rackets....), a big pair of shoes (EUR46), and all my sportswear - 2 shirts, 2 shorts, tracksuit, 2l+ liquid, bananas, and all my medical supplies and other accessories (grips, knife for cutting broken strings, extra shoe laces etc.)....I fill my Li Ning bag to the brim every time, only when I change back home and don't shower at the gym I have a bit room left.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OliverHH View Post
    Hehe, you should try comming to Denmark then Half of our cars are back from early 90's hehe.. We rarely see many SUV's roaming the roads
    Quite amusing statement Panda. Gonna keep me laughing through my winter-cold-late-night run now
    Speaking of Denmark, our new Coach here in SoCal, Agus Wijaya, was a coach in Denmark, living in Copenhagen. Do you know him? Great guy and player.

    Anyway, Agus said to Panda, "Everything in America is so big. The food, the cars, the people." So, we might as well add racket bags to that list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Anyway, Agus said to Panda, "Everything in America is so big. The food, the cars, the people." So, we might as well add racket bags to that list.
    I'm sure america has alot of big things worth mentioning.

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    I just bought this bag: http://www.yonexusa.com/displayprodu...?productid=719

    but when I lay it flat on the ground, it seems not to have a good balance. What do you guys think is the problem?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post
    I just bought this bag: http://www.yonexusa.com/displayprodu...?productid=719

    but when I lay it flat on the ground, it seems not to have a good balance. What do you guys think is the problem?
    you're on a hill?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot View Post
    Speaking of Denmark, our new Coach here in SoCal, Agus Wijaya, was a coach in Denmark, living in Copenhagen. Do you know him? Great guy and player.

    Anyway, Agus said to Panda, "Everything in America is so big. The food, the cars, the people." So, we might as well add racket bags to that list.
    No I do not, but Jeroen van Dijk was my clubs coach untill the germans stole him for national coach
    Ever considered making 2 bags? an US and a EU variation
    And count me in for a T-Pro..

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