Carlton Shuttlecock Color White/Blue Type T800 Pack of 2
- Designed for fast speed in warm conditions
- Synthetic nylon shuttle basket and base
- Manufactured in United States
Carlton Shuttlecocks. 5 grams each. Sold in tubes of 6. Each type is designed for either slow speed/high altitude, medium speed/normal or fast speed/warm conditions.
Warm-up: Before playing, make sure to warm up your muscles and stretch to prevent injuries.
Play in a safe environment: Play on a properly maintained badminton court that is free from obstacles or hazards. Make sure the lighting is adequate and there is enough space to play safely.
Communicate with your partner: Communicate with your playing partner to avoid collisions and injuries. Establish clear signals and calls to ensure that you don’t accidentally hit each other with your rackets or the shuttlecock.
Be aware of your surroundings: Keep an eye on your surroundings and be aware of other players on the court. Stay alert to avoid any accidental collisions.
Drink water and take breaks: Make sure to drink plenty of water during breaks to stay hydrated, and take regular breaks to avoid fatigue and reduce the risk of injury.
Remember to always prioritize safety when playing badminton or any sport. If you have any concerns or questions about specific safety guidelines for a particular shuttlecock or equipment, it’s always best to consult with a professional or expert in the field.
<img src="data:;base64,” alt=”” aria-hidden=”true” />FAQs
What are the different types of shuttlecocks?
There are two main types of shuttlecocks: feather and synthetic. Feather shuttlecocks are made of natural feathers and are generally preferred by more advanced players due to their flight characteristics. Synthetic shuttlecocks are made of plastic or other synthetic materials and are often used for casual or beginner play.
How long do shuttlecocks last?
The lifespan of a shuttlecock depends on the type of shuttlecock, the quality of the materials used, and the intensity and frequency of use. Generally, feather shuttlecocks have a shorter lifespan than synthetic shuttlecocks and may only last for a few games or even just a few shots. Synthetic shuttlecocks are more durable and can last for several games or even longer.
How do I choose the right shuttlecock?
Choosing the right shuttlecock depends on your playing level, playing style, and personal preferences. More advanced players may prefer feather shuttlecocks for their flight characteristics, while beginner or casual players may prefer synthetic shuttlecocks for their durability and affordability. It’s always a good idea to try out different shuttlecocks and see which ones work best for you.
How should I store shuttlecocks?
Shuttlecocks should be stored in a cool, dry place to prevent damage to the feathers or other materials. Avoid exposing shuttlecocks to direct sunlight or extreme temperatures, as this can cause the shuttlecock to warp or break down. It’s also a good idea to store shuttlecocks in their original packaging or in a shuttlecock tube to prevent damage during transport.
|Dimensions||2.70 × 2.70 × 9.50 in|