For All TW Playtesters: Tennis Bag Question

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  1. richardshirley

    richardshirley New User

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    I know this subject has been around for awhile but I want to ask YOU the Playtesters who have played in all parts of the U.S. or world and in all types of climates. How effective/important is it to have CCT or Thermoguard, Moistureguard in a good quality tennis bag especially if one is careful about not leaving the bag(racquets) in the car for long periods of time.Any PERSONAL experiences where it did/didn't work? Part of me says for the low cost to get the protection, even if it only helps a LITTLE, it is worth it. Other part says, I really like the Technifibre Vo2 bags or the Asics bags(without so many Logos everywhere) and high quality materials, so does it work. Thanks!!!
     
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    I've found that the climate protection in a bag does serve a good purpose, and if I'm going to shell out some decent money on a bag I'd want one with it. It does help control the temperature of that compartment, which is nice for storing your racquets in. You never want your racquets to get too hot or too cold. It wouldn't be the end of the world if you didn't have it, but in my opinion it's well worth the slight addition in cost, especially if you're going with a larger racquet bag.

    Andy, TW
     
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    Climate protection is essential if you play with natural gut.
     
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    If the bag has metal zippers the thermoguard will be useless. Metal conducts heat for the most part quite well.
     
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  5. richardshirley

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    Thanks Andy for the reply. I'm sure when I get my new rackets and a new bag, I'll want to error on the side of protecting them by having the heat protection and will get one with it.
     
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