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[Le Coin] [Badminton + Tennis] Great Boxing Day prices on badminton and tennis gear

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[Badminton + Tennis] Great Boxing Day prices on badminton and tennis gear

Deal Link:
Savings:
25-75% off
Retailer:
Le Coin
Deals are back (and more) for the Boxing Day. Mostly 25%-75% off
https://www.lecoinbadminton.com/us/boxing-week/

New stuff I noticed (might be more): Nanoray 800 is a pretty good deal, I haven't seen it this low before. Duora 7 and Nanoray 700 are still good deals for high end rackets. Otherwise, the Nanoray 80-100-200 rackets are very good deals for value picks, especially the 200.

Shipping is free above 100$ and the language bar is at the top left!

The best deals seem to be (prices not 100% up to date):

Badminton:
Tennis: Edit: Boxing Day stuff
Last edited by acidburn09 on Dec 28th, 2018 7:22 pm, edited 11 times in total.
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Some fiine deals here. Unfortunately, there's no indicator on the shoe widths.
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brainfreze wrote:
Nov 25th, 2018 6:36 pm
Some fiine deals here. Unfortunately, there's no indicator on the shoe widths.
Badminton shoes are pretty narrow in general :\ Asics tend to be wider than Yonex and the largest Yonex shoes are the Power Cushion 55 and the Power Cushion Comfort. They do have a Wide model, but it's not on sale :\
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Omakase wrote:
Nov 25th, 2018 6:31 pm
Wow pickle ball
You'd think that's a party game! haha
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I've actually been checking out deals for tennis gear on and off today

for Lecoin, coupon code "SB10PT1" still works (credit to the last lecoin thread earlier in the fall - 10% off)

Raquetguys is also doing a BF/CM sale
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wasabi wrote:
Nov 25th, 2018 9:53 pm
I've actually been checking out deals for tennis gear on and off today

for Lecoin, coupon code "SB10PT1" still works (credit to the last lecoin thread earlier in the fall - 10% off)

Raquetguys is also doing a BF/CM sale
Thanks! That makes the deals even hotter!!
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Can anyone recommend an 'all around' tennis racquet? I know, I know, what's good for me isn't necessarily good for you / go demo some racquets etc etc

Just looking to see what you guys play with. I haven't been playing for long but with the sales I'm considering upgrading from my Yonex Vcore SV team ($60 on sale at sport chek, compared to $120 at RG)

Something beginner-intermediate friendly, mid weight, bit easier to spin

With Head racquets in particular, I find their naming system incredibly confusing.
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wasabi wrote:
Nov 25th, 2018 11:15 pm
Can anyone recommend an 'all around' tennis racquet? I know, I know, what's good for me isn't necessarily good for you / go demo some racquets etc etc

Just looking to see what you guys play with. I haven't been playing for long but with the sales I'm considering upgrading from my Yonex Vcore SV team ($60 on sale at sport chek, compared to $120 at RG)

Something beginner-intermediate friendly, mid weight, bit easier to spin

With Head racquets in particular, I find their naming system incredibly confusing.
Looking at the actual deals, the Ezone Lite and Head MXG 5 would seem to fit your needs well! The Wilson Blade SW104 and Burn FST 99S would also be good if you want something around 300g.
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Are refunds by mail free or would we have to pay the shipping cost? Couldn't find any mention on the website.
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wasabi wrote:
Nov 25th, 2018 11:15 pm
Can anyone recommend an 'all around' tennis racquet? I know, I know, what's good for me isn't necessarily good for you / go demo some racquets etc etc

Just looking to see what you guys play with. I haven't been playing for long but with the sales I'm considering upgrading from my Yonex Vcore SV team ($60 on sale at sport chek, compared to $120 at RG)

Something beginner-intermediate friendly, mid weight, bit easier to spin

With Head racquets in particular, I find their naming system incredibly confusing.
I think the Babolat Pure Drive (2015-17 version) is one of the easier racquets to use. Has a larger than usual head (100sq in), spin friendly pattern 16x19 and I've personally used it myself and had great results.

https://www.tennis-warehouse.com/Review ... eview.html
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gyu138 wrote:
Nov 26th, 2018 1:12 am
Are refunds by mail free or would we have to pay the shipping cost? Couldn't find any mention on the website.
Not sure small companies like that can afford covering shipping both ways like that. Can't hurt to ask them though!

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