show us your badminton bag contents...

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  1. Andezzz

    Andezzz Regular Member

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    My bag contents!

    Here's what i have in my bag!

    2x Nano speed7000 (3u G3)
    1x MP 99 (2u G4)
    1x Peff Ti 2000 (swedish)
    yonex SHB 98 shoes
    Some different grips (towel, super grap and power grap)
    Skip rope
    Trump Bag
    Trump Shirt
    some sweat bands
    Waterbottle
    Shampoo
    Trump T-102 shuttles
    asthma medicine
     

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  2. Wizbit

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    Wow 2 Nano 7000. Did you buy another after you liked the first one? Please leave a review!
     
  3. Andezzz

    Andezzz Regular Member

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    yes i did, i play allot of doubles and it's the best racket i've ever used when it comes to doubbles, the headlight balance and all is just perfect.. i feel it has stepped up my game a notch or two!.. but for singles i still preffer my trusty MP 99 as it gives me more power!.. and the metallic finnish on the racket looks incredible!.. best looking racket ever in my opinion!
     
  4. Jansenkzh

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    will post up mine soon :rolleyes:
     
  5. frankcent

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    nothing fancy here.
    1 yonex 520 bag
    1 at800de u3
    2 bk rapier pro
    2 pack of string
    1 towel grip
    1 stock yonex grip
    3 supergraps
    1 pair of yonex shb-99mx
    2 pairs of socks
    1 pair of scissors
     

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  6. Stijn

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    Don't have a pic, but this is what I carry:

    -Tecno Pro bag for 6 rackets
    -Yonex Muscle Power 25 (3U/G3, BG65)
    -Yonex Isometric 25 (3U/G3)
    -Nike Air Contacta shoes
    -a short
    -2 T-shirts
    -mini-towel
    -sweatband
    -membership card
    -drinks, food,....

    Coming soon:
    -Yonex Mavis 350 shuttles
    -Yonex NS8000, MP99, MP100 or CAB30MS
     
  7. cressidaracer

    cressidaracer Regular Member

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    some of you might as well stuff the stringing machine in there as well :D:D
     
  8. Jansenkzh

    Jansenkzh Regular Member

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    most people seem to have stringing machine at home, its not common in singapore though :(
     
  9. Jansenkzh

    Jansenkzh Regular Member

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    MY badminton =D

    Phone took. Poor quility. pardon me :eek:
    1 Nanospeed
    1 musclepower99
    1 yamaha limited edition
    1 armormuscle 09
    1 yonex carbonex 8400
    1 Ashaway shoes
    1 Yonex Bag YB312-BT3
    Half dozen shuttle, yonex, use smaller cone cause bag can't fit in.
    A few grips never put in :p
     

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  10. HKChua

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    Apart from my NS7000, NS8000, shoes, shorts, t-shirt, scissors, torch light, plaster.... I carry a gun. I must win the game!

    :D Just kidding, no gun!

    Thanks.
     
  11. sexytom

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    My Amateur Kit

    Here's my Amateur Kit:
    • 1x Yonex ISO30VF
    • 3x 1960's Carlton steel racquets (amazingly still tightly strung and working! only used in emergencies)
    • 1 tube Carlton T900 shuttles Medium
    • 1 tube Carlton T900 shuttles Fast
    • Some random shuttles
    • Jacket
    • Few pairs of socks
    • sweat towel
    • water
    • car keys
    • wallet
    • phone
    • lots of plasters!
    • loose change for beer :)
    • my new grips arriving this week
     

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  12. IvanM

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    - MP99 x1
    - Ti5 X1
    - Ti- 10 X1
    - 2X Clean T-Shirt
    - 2 Tubes of Aeroplane Shuttle(49)
    - 2X Grip
    - AUSD $50
    - Heaps of Coins ( For the drink machine)
    - Plastic Bag (For containing Dirty Clothes)
     
  13. Jansenkzh

    Jansenkzh Regular Member

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    show pictures ~~~
     
  14. cooler

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    I would hessitate of playing MD with you :D
     
  15. wirre

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    Why, I am sure you'd be the better one in the pair although you still play with wooden rackets:D

    / mats
     
  16. Winex West Can

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    Here's mine

    Missing from pic is my "First Aid" kit, my eye glasses case and googles.
     

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  17. jcl49

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    As a distributor, are you not more inclined to take a greater number of "sample" racquet for people to try out at your club. I thought you would carry more than Cooler (who I believe can do weight training just using his badminton bag's contents). ;)
     
  18. Winex West Can

    Winex West Can Regular Member

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    I have some of the Winex models currently onhand. In the pics are:
    Winex AT-700
    Winex Mighty Muscle 200
    Winex MM90
    Winex Ti-12
    Winex SQ-600
    and a
    SOTX Woven-7

    It depends as most folks that I have come across tend to only want to try the high end models.
     
  19. Yodums

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    I find it hilarious you carry a pen and notepad with you. :)
     
  20. ting03

    ting03 Regular Member

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    since he's a distributor...maybe he writes down ppl's names who are potential sponsered ppl maybe? :rolleyes: i've never tried a winex before....i wanna try the copy of the Yonex MP 88....which is the Winex muscle mighty power 88 :p so "original" lolzz

    ting03
     

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