Yonex 9529EX vs 1502N

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  1. Tango97

    Tango97 Regular Member

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    Hi Guys

    I was wondering what is the difference between the two models because they look pretty much identical but as for material or durability anyone know the difference?

    Thanks
     
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    Bag 1502N is JP coded bag, mainly made for customers in Japan. Bag 9529EX are made for European markets, i believe. They differ in Quality and durability. JP Coded bags are more sturdy and solid, therefore have longer durability. I always buy JP coded Yonex bags. In my opinion its worth every penny.
     
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    MusclePower100 Regular Member

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    I have the BAG1502N and it looks different compared to the 9529EX.
    BAG1502N clips are different and are more durable, it has pockets on both sides, and a small pocket for cell phone (9529EX only has one side pocket and no small pocket for cell phone).
     
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    Thank you, where did you buy yours? Have you got any photos for me to take a look
     
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    MusclePower100 Regular Member

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    I got my bag from shuttle-house.com. I'm on vacation right now so I cannot take pictures but I'm sure if you google Yonex 1502N and BAG9529EX there will be tons of pictures
     
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    In a nutshell:

    BAG1502N (9 racquet bag) has:

    -Sturdier/soft touch/smooth material, tougher as well. Not canvas or rough abrasive material.
    -Black plastic feet to prevent bag from touching floor (though it really kind of doesn't help much)
    -A handle for you to hold the bag standing up, EX version does not have this. Think the handle for most backpacks at the top.
    -Zips are sturdier and have a unique design compared to run-of-the-mill Yonex zipheads.
    -IMO, most importantly, there is a divider in the middle compartment to seperate your belongings.
    -EDIT: EX/SR versions have side pouches ONLY on ONE side of the bag, the other is just a YONEX wording. JP versions have side compartments on BOTH sides.

    All these features are absent in EX/Sunrise models.


    And the handle on top of a 1502N:
    bag1502n_three.jpg




    **just something I noticed: 6 racquet bags are "R" designated, 9 racs are "N" designated... my personal conclusion is because in Japanese, 6 is pronounced Roku, and 9 = Nana. So I guess... that makes sense to a certain extent? :eek:
     
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    Or is it Regular and Nine :p?
     
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    Like how the fuel gauge in the car reads E for enough and F for finish? :p
     
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    is the website trustworthy and how long does it take to ship? oh and how much was the tax and duties and shipping fees?
     
  10. MusclePower100

    MusclePower100 Regular Member

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    The website is trustworthy, I've ordered from them numerous of times. It all depends on the border customs. I never had to pay duty. Shipping all depends on how much you order.
     
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    how long does it usually take to ship to Canada?
     
  13. MusclePower100

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    All depends on the border customs. From Japan to Vancouver takes a day, Customs could go from 1-5 days. After it goes through Customs it all depends where you live.
     

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