Tennis Warehouse 9 Pack Bag & Back Pack Bag

Discussion in 'Other Equipment' started by gotwheels, Jun 17, 2014.

  1. gotwheels

    gotwheels Semi-Pro

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    I have looked and have not seen any reviews of the current Tennis Warehouse 9 Pack Bag or Tennis Back Pack Bag. Does anyone have any experience with either of these bags? Comments on quality, durability, features would be appreciated. They are very inexpensive, would like to know if there is basic durability for a non-equipment abuser. Thanks!
     
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  2. JEDBERG

    JEDBERG New User

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    I have there 6 pack bag going on two years. It holding up fine. As you said cannot beat the price.
     
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  3. gotwheels

    gotwheels Semi-Pro

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    JEDBERG, Thanks for the reply. I have already processed an order & got the Back Pack style to try for my occasional bike to the courts. I will leave feedback as to how it performs. I probably should have gotten a 9 Pack Bag as well, as my 10 year old Wilson Davis Cup bag is approaching end of life.
     
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  4. TW Staff

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    I actually carry the backpack to work most days and did some of the wear testing before we decided to bring them in. I love the backpack! Lots of pockets and places to put things, easy to carry, and I have had no issues with zippers or anything breaking. So, I only have good things to say about it! It isn't super heavy duty or anything, but it works great for holding my clothes and extra stuff! And you can't beat the price!

    I don't have any experience with the 9 Pack, but that's mainly because I don't really carry racquet bags anymore (I do the backpack + purse thing).

    Hope that helps,

    Michelle, TW
     
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  5. Rentaroo

    Rentaroo New User

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    Hello,

    I purchased the TW backpack bag a few weeks ago. I'm very happy with the bag. I also have a Head backpack and Yonex backpack. The TW backpack material has a lighter feel, though I have no complaints. I'm not going to use this bag to hike the Appalachian Trail, and for $10 it's a great value.

    I think the bag is well designed. The straps are comfortable, my racquets fit nicely, and I have room for plenty of other gear. I like the extra pockets for organizing my stuff. This is a feature that some more expensive bags do not have.
     
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  6. shogun90

    shogun90 Rookie

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    Hello,

    I have both and currently use the 9 pack since I like to carry a bunch of racquets. I really like that the 9pk has 2 outside accessory pockets and a small one in the middle just big enough to put a wallet, keys, and phone. I also like the backpack which has plenty of space for 2 racquets and accessories. The only complaint I have is that one of the shoulder straps came apart a little at a seam after a couple of months. Other than that, they are pretty good quality products.
     
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  7. tennisjon

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    I have the backpack. It is very functional with lots of pockets and a place for a laptop. That being said, carrying a laptop and its weight has made the backpack stitching loosen up and therefore not super durable. At the price that they are charging, it is easy to replace, but I found my Pro-Kennex backpack to be much more durable and of higher quality, but the TW one a far better deal. 4 for the price of 1 but with half the durability.
     
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  8. Chotobaka

    Chotobaka Hall of Fame

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    I finally saw a newer TW bag in the wild (6 pack) and thought it looked like a nice quality bag. I was actually a little surprised. Looks to be an outstanding value for bargain prices.
     
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