Need any and all feedback on this bag please

Discussion in 'Other Equipment' started by !<-_->!, Jan 4, 2005.

  1. !<-_->!

    !<-_->! Professional

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    Can anybody provide any and all feedback available about this bag: Prince Pro Tour Ltd. Edition Competitor 700 Bag. The customer feedback was a little confusing, as many of the people made references to the 500 bag. So any feedback appreciated. Also, does this bag have backpack straps? Lastly in the description, it says it's a six-pack, but at bag finder, it's placed under 8-12 pack category. Which one is it?

    One last thing, if not this bag, I'm either going for the Wilson Tour 4 Pro Bag of Head 04 Super Combi Bag. So a comparison between these 3 bags would also be appreciated.

    Oh, and in my previous threads, everyone has suggested the Wilson Tour 4 Super Six, but that bag is out of my price range, so please don't suggest that.

    Thanks
     
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  2. el_mago

    el_mago Semi-Pro

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    I just purchased the 3 pack Prince Pro tour Competitor 700 bag from TW and I'm expecting to receive it tommorrow. From the feedback on this bag, it seems like a very good bag.
     
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  3. !<-_->!

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    Which bag are you talking about? I trired looking it up, but couldn't find it. Can you provide a link?
     
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  4. Deuce

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    The Competitor 700 is a good bag. The quality isn't as good as the high end Yonex bags, but those Yonex bags are in a class of their own. The Prince bags are of average to above average build quality.

    The Comp. 700 is just about the most practical of all the bags that size, having three separate zippered main compartments for racquets, a separate shoe or ball compartment on the other side, a small pocket for keys, etc., and, best of all, two rather large ventilated pockets - one on each side - so you can load them with wet shirts, shorts, socks, towels, etc.

    If this bag has any drawback, it's that it can be a little large and bulky - you'll have to work a bit to squeeze it into a locker - but it can be done.

    As for backpack straps, I know that the regular Pro Tour Comp. 700 bags (they were made for 2 or 3 years) had them - but I'm not sure if the Ltd. Edition (with the U.S. flag graphics) has backpack staps, or just one strap running across the chest. If you call TW, I'm sure they'd be willing to check one for you to find out.
     
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  5. loubapache

    loubapache Professional

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    If the Wilson Tour 4 Super Six is out of your price range? How about the Wilson Tour 3 Super Six? It is the old model and I have one like new.
     
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