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    Question Racket Backpack

    Hi guys, I'm wondering if any of you have a favorite racket backpack?
    Mind to share with me?
    I don't feel like commuting between home and the arena by holding onto my racket cover now LOL*

    Thanks for looking!
    Thanks for sharing!

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    Sharing...

    I am (@ Singapore) also looking for the same thing as you are & found out that the best is... Li Ning
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    Also, trying to locate a Yonex brand around but get to know from some shop assistant that it had stoped manufacturing badminton backpack... who can clarify this?

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    I just got my RSL Explorer 2 Backpack from Honly for RM45 , super value for money , I can pack 3 rackets , shoes , umbrella , water bottle , clothes and my mini grip pouch... I have bought the black one , but the colours availiable as of last Tuesday are not in the website , they are red/blue with silver , plus one more colour I can't remember...
    http://www.rsl-1928.com/product_bag_ex2.html
    Will post a pic later tonight for my fully loaded bagpack.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neebs View Post
    Also, trying to locate a Yonex brand around but get to know from some shop assistant that it had stoped manufacturing badminton backpack... who can clarify this?
    Yonex backpacks are quite rare in Singapore but there are a few models available at the Yonex showroom in Far East Plaza. Check out the photos in this thread.
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ck#post1309442

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    Thanks Sealman,

    Do you know where to find Yonex 2010 SP collection?
    Even better if able to see some 2011 collection,...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ah_Peng View Post
    I just got my RSL Explorer 2 Backpack from Honly for RM45 , super value for money , I can pack 3 rackets , shoes , umbrella , water bottle , clothes and my mini grip pouch... I have bought the black one , but the colours availiable as of last Tuesday are not in the website , they are red/blue with silver , plus one more colour I can't remember...
    http://www.rsl-1928.com/product_bag_ex2.html
    Will post a pic later tonight for my fully loaded bagpack.
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    The above pic has 2 rackets , a pair of shoes , 1 jersey , 1 mini towel , pouch containing grips n scissors , umbrella , i can still add in 1x 1L H2O bottle , and another pair of clothes.

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    Just got this delivered, Victor 610D has shoe compartment at the bottom, racket compartment and 2 other compartments big enough to put things I put in my big racket bag.

    If only I found this bag before I got my Wilson tennis bag. It's so compact yet it fits lots of things

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    Thanks for the replies, guys!
    I bought the RSL Explorer 1 but I kinda regret now. From the pics, it looks pretty damn fine but it looks more like an 'exploring' backpack which I don't feel like bringing with me while I commute to work LOL*
    Should have bought the Yonex oneinstead: http://cgi.ebay.ca/ws/eBayISAPI.dllV...#ht_500wt_1156

    Sigh...!!

    My Explorer 1 is still unused, brand new! Let me know if any of you guys wants it. I might just give you a good price for it

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    Has anyone seen/tried this Tecnifibre standbag for badminton?

    http://www.tennis-warehouse.com/Tecn...SA-TFSB12.html

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    Hi ghooga,

    The best bet is Yonex 7911. It holds upto 2-3 rackets easily, shoes and another compartment for water bottle and whatever plus you could use the space in the main compartment for towel etc......it covers the whole racket and is long and so covers the grip of the racket which is good when it rains or whatever. Very convenient to carry and I found it stylish enough. I always wanted a backpack and waited for years to get the right one and bought it last month. But it is not easy to get them. I found them on two websites.

    www.centralsports.com and www.directsporteshop.co.uk

    Central sports will sell it only two Badminton England members and directsportseshop sells it for free when you buy a racket worth about 59. See, it is not easy to get hold of them. There might be other websites that sells them. I bought it from centralsports.com for 13 which I think is reasonable.

    I do not have a picture of it but you can easily google it out.

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    I really rate the RSL Explorer 2. Yes it's quite large, but it swallows all the luggage you need to play...

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    when i went to the store at far east plaza in singapore early january they did have two types of yonex backpacks. the one i saw was the one in this thread http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ack-bag-7815EX and there was also an orange one. was very tempted on buying one but in the decided not to
    worth maybe ringing up to ask if they still have them in stock.

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    Default Wilson Pro Tour backpack

    This backpack from Wilson can do the job well.

    It has a special compartment for racket storage which can easily take up to 3 rackets at a time. Main compartment allow a pair of shoes, shirts, towels, water bottles etc.
    2 large side compartments (thermal) and 2 smaller sub-compartments come in handy for wallets, handphones, tapes and gel kind of stuffs.

    It is made of recycle material (go green) and the black and gold combination is really classy.
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