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Nathan Flight Control Bag

Discussion in 'Badminton Bag' started by DesmondL, Apr 30, 2016.

  1. DesmondL

    DesmondL New Member

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    Hi all,

    Just wish to share this bag: Nathan Flight Control Bag, link: http://www.nathansports.com/gear/tri-series/flight-control-bag

    Saw it in a shop, looks kinda big and sides seem's to have enough space for a couple of rackets.

    Didn't manage to put in a racket to try.

    Just to check if anyone here have used this brand for badminton + office/work bag before, and care to share your review?

    Thanks.

    Regards,
    Des
     
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    Can't make out anything special about it.
    IMHO, it's just another sports bag.
     
  3. DesmondL

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    Yeah most probably. It's not advertised as a badminton bag.

    Just trying to find a good backpack that can be used for work and badminton. Something versatile, so current top wishlist is the RSL Explorer 4.. Thing is not really available locally in Singapore, have to buy online.. haha.
     
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    In the Nathan Flight Control Bag,, the rackets would stick out I am sure, the RSL looks really promising.. At the moment I am having a Victor back pack but also looking for something not damaging my rackets when flying and having all as hand luggage.. RSL Explorer 1.3 is probably my best option.. Or the new Yonex BAG158AT.
     
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    I'm wonering who to train your left hand when you are a right-handed!
    Thanks!
     

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