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[Le Coin Badminton] Badminton / Tennis Hot Prices

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Nov 21, 2011
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Badminton / Tennis Hot Prices

Deal Link:
Savings:
75% Off
Retailer:
Le Coin Badminton
New badminton items added for Boxing Day:
https://www.lecoinbadminton.com/collect ... g-day-sale

Notably:
  • Yonex Nanoray 800 - 149.99$ (Speed)
  • Yonex Duora 8 XP - 149.99$ (All Around, this racket is a tank)
  • Victor TK9900 - 149.99$ (Power)
  • Victor Auraspeed 70k - 159.99$ (Speed)
  • Victor MX80B - 139.99$ (All Around)
  • Yonex Astrox 22 - 99.99$ (Super Light)
  • Black Knight Feather XL - 99.99$ (Super Light)
I've put the play style next to the price so you can know which one is appropriate for you.

All great deals. Also, the 98212 bag is on sale and is a VERY big bag, which we usually don't have in Canada, if anyone needs a bigger bag for tournaments/travel.

There is also a 20% off coupon for everything that's not already discounted / in the sale: BOXING-BAD

So if you need something else, it's also a great time to pick it up with the coupon.
Last edited by acidburn09 on Dec 28th, 2019 3:50 pm, edited 1 time in total.
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Newbie
Nov 29, 2017
41 posts
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Good stuff. Ordered from them last year and I don't regret it. Tempted to get a new racquet again :\
Deal Fanatic
Jul 20, 2006
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Sigh... remember seeing these and ordering last year. Haven't been able to play this season because of bum shoulder. Disappointed But Relieved Face
Deal Fanatic
Feb 15, 2006
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Toronto
Any suggestion for good doubles badminton racquets? I have been using the Yonex Z Force II, which has power but it's more of a singles racquet.
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Arrgh wrote: Any suggestion for good doubles badminton racquets? I have been using the Yonex Z Force II, which has power but it's more of a singles racquet.
Definitely a singles racquet!

I'd go for a Nanoray 900 if you want it on the stiffer end, and Nanoray 750 for somewhat less stiff. Great doubles racquets.
Newbie
Nov 29, 2017
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acidburn09 wrote: Definitely a singles racquet!

I'd go for a Nanoray 900 if you want it on the stiffer end, and Nanoray 750 for somewhat less stiff. Great doubles racquets.
Nanoray I-Speed also seems to be a pretty good deal for a little cheaper :)
Jr. Member
Nov 28, 2016
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Cheaper if you order in europe Tennisonly even with border fees
Or tennisgiant in Montreal
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Stanislas wrote: Cheaper if you order in europe Tennisonly even with border fees
Or tennisgiant in Montreal
That's a pretty big blanket statement. What's cheaper ? Everything ? Because the stuff I checked that was on both websites were either cheaper or the same price.

Useless comment.
Deal Addict
Dec 31, 2007
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Richmond Hill
Anyone know if there's free shipping? $15 to Ontario is a bit steep.
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enwhyRFD wrote: Anyone know if there's free shipping? $15 to Ontario is a bit steep.
Probably costs north of 20$ to ship to anywhere in Canada :P

But yeah, shipping is free above 100$
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Mar 19, 2010
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acidburn09 wrote: Definitely a singles racquet!

I'd go for a Nanoray 900 if you want it on the stiffer end, and Nanoray 750 for somewhat less stiff. Great doubles racquets.
Thanks OP! Silly question, but the racquet I have my eye on says "factory strung", so I'm guessing I would choose "do not string" before adding to cart?
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Feb 15, 2006
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acidburn09 wrote: Definitely a singles racquet!

I'd go for a Nanoray 900 if you want it on the stiffer end, and Nanoray 750 for somewhat less stiff. Great doubles racquets.
I ordered the Nanoray 900, with string at 24lbs. (Had also tried the Acrsaber 11, but found it doesn't have much power.)
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Said212 wrote: Thanks OP! Silly question, but the racquet I have my eye on says "factory strung", so I'm guessing I would choose "do not string" before adding to cart?
Factory strings are pretty bad and very low tension, so I'd choose to have it strung anyways. But it really depends on you :)
Sr. Member
Aug 17, 2018
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Any suggestions for whether to go a Duora or Nanoray 900? My brother plays mixed and says he is now getting tired using his head heavy 4U 7.5 racket so wondering if I should get him a new racket to try. But he hasn't touched yonex rackets in years beside his stash of Ti-10 that he uses frequently.

Me and him use Zymax 62 at 24lbs, I'm pretty use the nanoray is fine even up to 28lbs+ but it sounds like a pretty weak frame.
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Mar 5, 2011
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Dang, some of the baddy rackets are decently priced.. but i don't need more rackets... do I?

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