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    Default Yonex 9624-9 vs 9624-12

    I can't believe I'm saying this but I think my current 9624 (Sunrise model I think, judging from the slightly less than best quality materials) is getting so small that I can't fit my current collection of racquets in. I'm looking at the two models as listed in the title now.

    It seems the 9624-9 is becoming rare and hard to find nowadays while Luxis Sport Net still has some stock of the 9624-12. I think I may be able to score for the 9624-9 online on ebay.

    Should I just go for the oversized 9624-12 or try to score for the 9624-9? Suggestions please!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blitzzards View Post
    I can't believe I'm saying this but I think my current 9624 (Sunrise model I think, judging from the slightly less than best quality materials) is getting so small that I can't fit my current collection of racquets in. I'm looking at the two models as listed in the title now.

    It seems the 9624-9 is becoming rare and hard to find nowadays while Luxis Sport Net still has some stock of the 9624-12. I think I may be able to score for the 9624-9 online on ebay.

    Should I just go for the oversized 9624-12 or try to score for the 9624-9? Suggestions please!
    I think 9624 series have been outdated. If you check Yonex website www.yonex.com or www.yonex.com.tw, you would find current models are 9829AI, 9824AI, 9829EX, 9824EX. Those bags are made in Taiwan with thicker high quality durable materials.

    Just for your reference, there are many fake Yonex bag selling in ebay, Hong Kong and China. Some of our customers bought Yonex bags there and found they are very thin and soft as well as break easily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jckuo View Post
    I think 9624 series have been outdated. If you check Yonex website www.yonex.com or www.yonex.com.tw, you would find current models are 9829AI, 9824AI, 9829EX, 9824EX. Those bags are made in Taiwan with thicker high quality durable materials.

    Just for your reference, there are many fake Yonex bag selling in ebay, Hong Kong and China. Some of our customers bought Yonex bags there and found they are very thin and soft as well as break easily.
    Yes, I see. Thanks a lot for the information. I looked at the 9829 before, but didn't like the two compartment compared to the 9624-9's three compartment even though I heard the earlier can carry a few more racquets.

    Perhaps I should just look to my friends and see if they want to clear theirs, personally.

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