show us your badminton bag contents...

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by kwun, Dec 9, 2003.

  1. ants

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    Hmmm well , its because my strings often snap , if i don't like the tension i will just change the string after few games. And sometimes my friends will get strings from me just in case they need to strung their racket.

    MATT ROSS. I don't know how it can be fitted.. but it did! :) And the bag don't looked stuffed until it explode. Maybe you do wanna get the Magic Yonex bag hahah :D

    Kwun : since you have all your sweaty stinky stuffs in your bag.. how often do you clean your bag man? Oh man.. i can't imagine putting sweaty stuffs in my bag!

    Wilfredgf : Its a secret where i put my wallet :D Sometimes i dont even bring my wallet.
     
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    You have a string machine right next by? Or, u mean, u can give the string to the stringer, and s/he can bring it back next time?
     
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    Both. Sometimes i travel, i need the strings as well jst in case.
     
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    OK, my turn :)

    Yonex 312 bag (from Lawrence a week ago:)!)
    one MP-99 (3U)
    one MP-100 (3U)
    one ISOTIS (SR)
    one lock & one key
    one knee support
    one Asics shoes (GEL Rocket)
    one plastic shuttle (for miscellaneous use)
    one tube of sealion shuttles
    one tube of victor turney shuttles
    one OSU sweatshirt (Go Bucks!!:))
    one bottle of drink (not shown)

    My bag is neat ! and I keep everything organized :)
     

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    Bluejeff.. i think that bag size can have more things inside . :)
     
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    i usually empty my bag after every session and just leave my racket inside. i even take out my shuttle tubes and stand them upright beside my bag. i keep my shoes in the shoe rack and my clothes in the closet :D
     
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    I could list the contents in my baddy bag... unfortunately, no digicam:(.

    Here's cappy's crap:

    Bag has three compartments and one shoe pocket.

    Shoe pocket contains 1 Mizuno Stratosphere 2003 and a dirty rag.

    Compartment #1: (my miscellaneous pocket)

    Skipping rope
    Wilson Titanium Squash racquet
    3 Dunlop Revelation Competition squash balls.
    Wilson Staff Tennis racquet
    1 tube of Wilson Pro Staff tennis balls
    5 tubes of Yonex Mavis plastic birdies
    3 tubes of training feather birdies (purchased from Canadian Tire)
    1 tube of newly purchased Winex Tournament birdies (Speed 78)
    2 spare hand towels
    2 change of T-shirts
    1 BK T.U.F. RE-GRIP
    1 book: "Winning Edge Series" Badminton: Eight Edition by Margaret Varner Bloss and R. Stanton Hales

    Compartment #2: (Here comes the hardware:D!!!)

    Yonex MP 55
    Yonex CAB 20 MS (2U/G4)
    Victor Super Ti-7
    Victor Discovery PRO
    Victor Phoenix MAGAN 500

    Compartment #3: (my other miscellaneous pocket)

    2 hand towels
    1 "Rubbermaid" water bottle
    1 bottle of "Gold Bond" Body Powder
    1 tube of "LIFE" regular strength heat rub cream
    1 travel pack of "Degree" Anti- Perspirant
    1 small tube of generic super glue
    1 generic wire cutter
    1 small swiss army-type utility pliers
    a small bag of spare grommets
    1 emery board
    1 small bottle of baking soda
    1 bottle of "Z-1" Shield D-fogger
    1 small cleaning rag
    1 BK Competition Grip
    1 BK T.U.F. Overgrip
    2 "HEAD" wrist bands
    1 "AND 1" headband
    1 "TruFit" Elbow/Knee Brace
    5 rolls of "HEAD" Pro Grip
    1 fold-in scissors
    1 roll of BG 70 PRO (used)
    1 pair of "Champion" safety goggles
    1 spare pair of "Nike" Dri Fit jogging shorts

    Now who's the bigger packrat:D?

     
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    What sort of name is "gold bond"? What's the baking soda for?:D
    2nd hand strings??:D:D
     
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    Heh! Gold Bond is the brand name of a body powder I used for my court shoes, but I switched to baking soda on Timeless' advice. The Gold Bond powder is now for my street shoes only... hate wasting. The used string is for on-site repair work if I ever need it... again, I hate to waste:p.

     
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    Cappy,


    Wow... this much stuff??? Is it the way how u train your arm/should strength?

    No wonder u are not afraid of any thieves, I really don't think they can carry this monster size bag and run.
    :D
     
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    lol..cappy, remember my expression when i first saw your bag? if i never saw your bag, i would really have trouble believing you being able to pack all that stuff in there:D ..

    btw, where do you put your wallet? lol
     
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    Oh yeah, the bag is part of my strength 'training';). I gotta thank my shopping impulse and dollar stores for so many things in my bag:D. *Grasp* Wallet is not in the bag?!?! Where could it be:D;)!?!?
     
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    Some of you guys are totally crazy making your badminton bag your suit case or something!

    I only have my two racquets (Forza TiTech 2200 CF and BK Rapier 865), deodorant, shoes, and shirts!
     
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    Just loaded my bag onto the weighing scale... 16lbs. Damn:p!
     
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    dude thats heavier than my backpack and i'm in college
     
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    *Sigh* What can I say? Life of a baddy fanatic...:p

     
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    ok, i'm too lazy to take a photo but here is the content of my bag

    - yonex 6 racket bag
    - 4 to 6 rackets, 1 or 2 thermo bags(depending on mood and place to play)
    - 1 tube of victor blue tourney or yonex aerosensa 20
    - 1 tube mavis 300


    - 1 bath towel
    - 1 sweat towel
    - 1 face towerl
    - 1 spare shorts
    - 2 spare t-shirts
    - 2 pair of spare socks
    - 1 mini bottle of shampoo
    - 1 soap in a plastic box
    - 1 pair safety glasses
    - 1 scissor
    - 1 roll of wet proof CURAD tape
    - L and R spare contact lens in sealed packs
    - 3 moist towelettes
    - 2 obstetrical towelettes
    - 1 pen
    - 1 mechanical pencil
    - all sort of coins
    - keys
    - wallet
    - cellphone
    - 1 post-it-note
    - open package of spare overgrips
    - 1 old granola bar(more than granola bits now :( )
    - one water bottle or can juice (only if the place has poor water or no water)
     
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    no shoes cooler?
     
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    LOL, good eyes u got yonexfanatic.

    I usually kept my shoes in the back floor of my car.
    If i put the shoes in the bag, it means i have to take them out of the bag for aeration when i get home but sometime in a rush i forget to bring them. So if i leave them in the car, they will be there and dry all the time:) It also allow me to pack more stuffs in my bag:p Yesterday, i jammed 15 rackets (2 with thermos)in my bag, all on one side of the bag:p

    Hmmm, i just thot out 1 or2 ideas for yonex on bag design:D
     
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    in My Main Bag There is

    1x Yonex MP 100 (2U)
    1x Yonex MP 99 (3U)
    1x Yonex MP 77 (3U)
    1x Yonex Ti-3 (2U)

    Pair Of Yonex Trainers
    Wallet
    Moblie Phone
    Tube of Mavis 350 Shuttles
    Tuble of RSL Tourney No.1 Classic


    In My Small Bag

    1x Yonex MP 24 (3U)
    1x Yonex ISO 63 MF light (3U)
    1x Wilson Hyper Carbon 5.0. 90g
     

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