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    Quote Originally Posted by scud
    so, u have yr own regulars.... then how to play together?
    can join ah?
    Ai ya...regular, all the time I also have ..... But to join i em not so sure lorrrr because em not the captain. Book court in Singapore is so difficult hoh

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    hey, if any of you guys wanna play at yio chu kang sports hall, i'm ON!
    i can even WALK to the place!

    i'm available on Sundays and every weeknight except Tuesday. anyone wanna arrange?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Waffle
    hey, if any of you guys wanna play at yio chu kang sports hall, i'm ON!
    i can even WALK to the place!

    i'm available on Sundays and every weeknight except Tuesday. anyone wanna arrange?
    prefer weeknites (mon-thur). YCK is ok for me too....

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    Quote Originally Posted by scud
    prefer weeknites (mon-thur). YCK is ok for me too....
    YCK also okie for me after work

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    Quote Originally Posted by scud
    see if we can join KDM's session or not lor.....
    I think if we can find enough people from north east side, and nearer, then, will it not be better for us instead???

    I mean, all same area, easier to meet for game, and easier to go home, etc???

    Just a thought.... .
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    Weekdays i dun know how is the crowd in YCK, but for Sunday, we book 3 courts at YCK for 2 weeks liao .... but i think this is temporary only, because our permanent home at SAFRA toa payoh got something on or wat lah....... so later may be you all can try to book and have fun.

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    Singapore open 2005 ticket on sale liao at sistic...... now can buy already for them who interested, early bird ....still cheap. Expected some world class player will take part in this 5-star tournament.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kim Dong Moon
    Singapore open 2005 ticket on sale liao at sistic...... now can buy already for them who interested, early bird ....still cheap. Expected some world class player will take part in this 5-star tournament.
    Can we take pictures???

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    Quote Originally Posted by budiman
    Can we take pictures???
    Of course....there is no restriction on camera in Singapore Open. Just bring your best equipment to shoot hehe.

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    Start a ClubSNAP Badmintion Open? hehe....create different catagories for diff level...amateur, pro-am, veteran etc...
    eat. drink. shoot

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    LOL, the categories should be "Point-n-shoot", "Prosumer" and "dSLR"

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    if there are enough beginners playing, count me in

    one equipment question - i currently use Carbonex 10 SP which i think is no longer sold. I would like to get a backup that feels similar (to keep on playing when strings break) From the Yonex Japan website, Carbonex 13 is listed and has similar specs... is Cab 13 sold in Singapore?

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    Quote Originally Posted by erwinx
    if there are enough beginners playing, count me in

    one equipment question - i currently use Carbonex 10 SP which i think is no longer sold. I would like to get a backup that feels similar (to keep on playing when strings break) From the Yonex Japan website, Carbonex 13 is listed and has similar specs... is Cab 13 sold in Singapore?
    Hmmm..i got my Carbonex 8SP few weeks ago...
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    Quote Originally Posted by +evenstar
    Hmmm..i got my Carbonex 8SP few weeks ago...
    Carbonex 8, 10 SP are not listed on the Yonex Thailand, USA, UK, Japan websites = out of production? Maybe the experts can enlighten?

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    Quote Originally Posted by +evenstar
    Hmmm..i got my Carbonex 8SP few weeks ago...
    Where did you buy it +evenstar ? and how much haha, been looking for one for quite a while.

    erwinx: Most likely they have stopped production of the older models, but sometimes, you can still find some models on sale at some shops.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erwinx
    Carbonex 8, 10 SP are not listed on the Yonex Thailand, USA, UK, Japan websites = out of production? Maybe the experts can enlighten?
    Don't always stick on carbonex .... there are a lot racket in the market that is very good in terms of speed and power as well .......

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    Quote Originally Posted by kenshinz
    Where did you buy it +evenstar ? and how much haha, been looking for one for quite a while.

    erwinx: Most likely they have stopped production of the older models, but sometimes, you can still find some models on sale at some shops.
    Got mine from Sportslink at Novena Square at Balestier...price around ~$39.90 IIRC...
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    now got new models ... armour tech 700 and 800 series ... lower end ones are 500 and 300 ...

    even have nanospeed series ... 7000 and 8000 =P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kim Dong Moon
    Don't always stick on carbonex .... there are a lot racket in the market that is very good in terms of speed and power as well .......
    Any recommendations for other Carbonex? Preferably don't want it to be too-head heavy.

    Carbonex is relatively cheap (say if i wanted to splurge on a Cab 21SP it would cost only $79.90), compared to say, Armortec and Nanospeed. Anyway, if we ever have a clubsnap badminton group, can try other racquets as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by erwinx
    Any recommendations for other Carbonex? Preferably don't want it to be too-head heavy.

    Carbonex is relatively cheap (say if i wanted to splurge on a Cab 21SP it would cost only $79.90), compared to say, Armortec and Nanospeed. Anyway, if we ever have a clubsnap badminton group, can try other racquets as well.
    Amortech 800 costs $499 IIRC when I saw the ad...
    eat. drink. shoot

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