Shuttlecock holder

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  1. mlanthier

    mlanthier Regular Member

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    Anybody has any comment about that kind of equipment?
     

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    Do you really need that much birds? haha
     
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    I think it's a shuttle feeder..
    Check it out.. Does it shoot shuttles ? O_O
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    Here's a different one, like as in the picture posted above by mlanthier:
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    It can come in really handy for coaches..
     
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    i guess this is for training purposes. :)
     
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    We have similar feeders at the centre.

    Has anyone seen a auto feeder or are they a myth?
     
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    Thats not to bad of an idea, i dont know im use to holding the shuttles stacked up all along my arm to my neck or if i need to hold 2 rows like that. But those devices are deffinetly a good idea.

    robc06,
    Yes there are auto feeders theres one from black knight heres a link to it theres a video and all.
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    http://www.blackknight.ca/en/products.php?id=204#
     
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    ninja eqquipment?
     
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    My club doesn't has that much money for equipment :) We just hold about 20 shuttles on our arms, and then serve the shuttle.
     
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    Do you know where I can fin that model, Ireally like it.
     

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    lovely for multiple shuttle drills...

    around here we just take a piece of drainpipe (1.0-1.20m) and put a cap on it. very rudimentary, but cheap as heck and serves the purpose... fits about 50 shuttles.
     
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    Thats exactly what we have done at the STBA. We have around 12 of them. Great for practicing shots and multi feed.
     
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    drain pipe i have to say thats deffinetly creative as well as cheap too and gets the job done as well, hum thats something to think of yeah we will just stick to the holduing piles of shuttles up the arm for now haha.
     
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    The feeders interest me..never seen anything like it before.Hopefully that can be applied by the asian countries sometime soon..
     
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    Already is.. in Japan. When I went back to Japan in December/Jan, I saw a girl being coached, and the coach was using one of those shuttle-holders on his back.
     
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    How do you get the birdie move down as you pull the other one from the pipe?
     
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    i think gravity will play a part here. the tube is bigger than the shuttles. :D
     
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    interesting....
    where in the US can you get them???
     
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    but if its to big then more than 1 would come out at a time and that wouldnt be good so wouldnt it have to be pretty snug but not to tight to not allow them to move?

    unless there is something that they are attaching to the end of the drain pipe to stop that from happening so you can pull one out at a time.
     

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