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    Quote Originally Posted by Arief View Post
    The Yonex YB221-TT6 is an old model right? I have the red one... I think it came in red, yellow, and blue. I bought it about 5 years ago
    I am not sure how old it is but they are now giving away with high-end racquets purchase.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aramistuscany View Post
    Now for the interior:

    1st: JP lining (blue soft PVC with black lining)
    2nd: SP lining (blue soft PVC with white lining)
    3rd: JP (black netting pocket holding small items)
    4th: SP (no interior netting pocket)
    Hi, im planning to get 9826AI SP and i wonder how is the durability and comfortability of this bag. Can anyone using this bag give some comments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aramistuscany View Post
    SUNR-9824-BT6 6 racquet Pro series
    Compare to ZELM Bags, which one is bigger ? I got ZELM bag last night, but realized that it's very big for me ( IMO ).

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...22&postcount=1

    Any body know this bag dimension ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ishak.ahmad View Post
    Compare to ZELM Bags, which one is bigger ? I got ZELM bag last night, but realized that it's very big for me ( IMO ).

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...22&postcount=1

    Any body know this bag dimension ?
    About the same size ... If you want smaller you should get the 9820. (well maybe not. It is only a little bit smaller)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ishak.ahmad View Post
    Compare to ZELM Bags, which one is bigger ? I got ZELM bag last night, but realized that it's very big for me ( IMO ).

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...22&postcount=1

    Any body know this bag dimension ?
    Anyway dimensions: 75 x 30 x 20 cm

    9820 is also specified with the same dimensions but single strap.

    Details are in this thread post #60
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...t=72715&page=4

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    Default SUNR-9824 and SUNR-9826AI

    SUNR-9826AI is about 10-15% bigger than the SUNR-9824 as can be seen from the obvious size difference in the pictures. The 9824 looks a bit small to me but I am probably use to bigger racquet bags. It is not much larger (probably a bit wider only) than the single-strap 9820 which I owned and sold off already. The 9826AI I would say is a nice medium size bag for a few racquets and miscellaneous items.

    Zabee time to lay to your hands on either one of them .
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    Default SUNR-9830 and SUNR-9832 trolley

    Both bags are huge and you can dump alot of stuff in them. Ideal for bringing them for big badminton shopping tours overseas especially the trolley bag .
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    Hey aramis, do update us when the Sunrise version of the newer BAG1002 comes out. Kind of wonder what it may be called, since the 982X succeeded the 962X with an increment of 200 in the name (same as 1002 which succeeded the 802 and the 802 the 602, so perhaps SUNR1002X?).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blitzzards View Post
    Hey aramis, do update us when the Sunrise version of the newer BAG1002 comes out. Kind of wonder what it may be called, since the 982X succeeded the 962X with an increment of 200 in the name (same as 1002 which succeeded the 802 and the 802 the 602, so perhaps SUNR1002X?).
    You'd think Hewitt would be using the white/yellow/green one but instead he was using the blue/green/white one. Looked pretty good the couple of seconds I caught a glimpse of it. Dementieva was using the white one ...

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    Default Yonex BAG9026LEX, BAG8026EX, BAG7926EX

    New Yonex bags just arrived in Sports Life. Model nos. are not the usual SUNR but similar to JP bags' BAG naming starting with BAG. Quality for both 8026EX and 7926EX are slightly better than the SP SUNR series but the 9026LEX is pretty impressive and quality is close to the JP standard.

    However, some minor features are still different/missing compared to the JP version as seen from the Yonex Japan catalogue.

    8026EX and 7926EX are both Made in Taiwan whereas 9026LEX Made in China.
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    damn it...we can change or buy rackets often, even shirts or shoes
    but we cant be changing badminton bags everytime....

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    BAG9026LEX non-JP version Tour Edition 6-racket bag. BAG1002R for JP version. Both versions are Made in China.
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    BAG8026EX 6-racket bag 'Made in Taiwan' for non-JP version. The material of the bag feels like canvas but is made of Nylon and Polyester and the rest PVC. JP version BAG1022R.
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    BAG7926EX 'Made in Taiwan' 6-racket bag. No dedicated shoe compartment but each shoe is stored at the end of the 2 big compartments at each end.
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    damn .. Daniel is right ...

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    On the other hand, more choices for consumers who don't own a racquet bag yet or looking for a replacement.
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    so tempting, but yes i do agree. no point changing bags so often!

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