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4-Person Badminton Set, Racquets, Birdies, Net/Clips, Carrying Bag $15.50 @Walmart, Amazon

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  • BACKYARD OR BEACH FUN begins with this complete Badminton set
  • INCLUDES: 20' X 1.5' X 1.5" all-weather net. Poles are 1.25" diameter octagon PVC and 61" long assembled height
  • (4) "Tight String" tempered steel racquets with "soft-touch" padded grip and (2) A-grade shuttlecocks are included to allow for multiple players
  • (4) net saver net clips and 2 top and 2 middle guy ropes included
  • GRAB AND GO: easy transport and storage using the included carry bag
Ships from and sold by Amazon.com

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Frankl...dsrc=staff

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00FPQQUPS/

Reference:
Kohl's $34.99 [kohls.com]
Target $20.49 [target.com]
Bed Bath & Beyond $34.99 [bedbathandbeyond.com]
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Anyone own this that can comment on the quality?
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Reviews looks bad on amazon
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looks like classic Walmart junk to me
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Sports are not fun with junk products. I tried to use a cheap bean bag set and it wasn't very fun
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Can anyone recommend a good set?
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Costco got a similar set
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Costco got a similar set

Instore or online?
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Can anyone recommend a good set?
I doubt if you can find anything high quality at $15 price range. I have played badminton for over 20 years and owned hundreds of rackets from different brands. Yonex rackets are the best, but pricey. They have inexpensive sets like this

https://www.amazon.com/Yonex-Leis...B00BF2Z0UC

which is a nice beginner set and last quite a long time if not abused (banged into the wall or floor, etc.). At $40, you cannot expect a super light racket with graphite shaft and other fancy stuff, but these won't break your wrist after playing for a couple of hours. Also remember that top-notch rackets are sold unstrung since the string gets brittle if it sits for a while.
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This is junk if you want to play. If it just for one time fun like picnic, go for it. Good price.
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Bought the Costco set in store. It's 39.99 but good quality. Have used it multiple times already and no issues
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I have one same or similar and don't recommend it. Buy a better if you plan on using it.
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Bought two from Costco last year, both broke after first use. Kids were playing, nothing rough
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4-person is way bigger than 2 -person, you ever try stuffing for bodies into a two person body bag? impossible, trust me i know... *wink*
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I have a Franklin set... it's pretty cheaply made but has been good for a couple family picnics and I don't have to worry too much if the kids trash it.

A couple of the guy clips have broken, the shuttlecocks came unglued and had to be replaced, but I can still get it to stand up and keep the kids entertained.

I'd say, yes it's poorly constructed, but you can easily get $15 worth of fun out of it. So, good deal.
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