Thursday, November 13, 2014

RSL Supreme

RSL has always been my choice when it comes to shuttlecock and I decided to try its premium shuttlecock to date, the RSL Supreme.

It is currently priced at RM 63.80 per tube which is pretty expensive compare to my normal No.1 which is priced at RM 52.

I never knew what RSL stands for until I got hold of RSL Supreme as it was indicated on the packaging as Reinforced Shuttlecocks Limited.

RSL Supreme uses premium raw feathers specially sourced for its strength and colour. Only the best of the best will be selected to be incorporated into the shuttlecock.

Its durability amazes me as none of the feathers was detached after a full 2 matches in the 21 points system. The only time it needs replacement is when it lose a little bit of its shape which pretty much affects its flight.

The shuttlecock is nice to play with a decent flight performance. Without a shadow of a doubt, one of the best shuttlecock I had played so far.

RSL Supreme might be expensive but it can goes the distance which translates to more saving in the long run.


Owen Choo said...

Impressive duration but expensive price...

However... now RSL No.1 shuttlecocks can normally last just for one game if involve plenty of hard smashes... So if calculate carefully perhaps this one more worth the value...

Irvine Chin said...

dropping to say hi!

looking at the shuttlecocks, makes my hand "gatal". very long didn't play badminton already!

Oman said...

Nice to be back here. How are you? I love badminton and I used to play it when I was younger but now my joints are complaining haha :)

Anonymous said...

Just played with supreme yesterday. Idk if its a bad batch but I am used to playing Victor champion 1 & AS 30/40s. I feel that RSL Supreme has a really hard cork and that the head goes downward slightly too quickly when compared to a AS 30/40. Felt weird when I cleared (But it could be the draft caused by air conditioning)