Evolution Badminton - Winnipeg Badminton Stringing

Providing quality badminton racquet stringing service in Winnipeg. Providing quality badminton stringing services in Winnipeg. At Repel badminton stringing service, we use the top of the line electronic badminton tensioner as well as proper stringing techniques.

This utilizes the maximum performance of the badminton strings which many of our customers have loved in Winnipeg.

Operating as usual

I have updated my site with some more string and other services that would help in all you badminton needs!

Evolution Badminton - Winnipeg Badminton Stringing

When a tournament is near the rackets keep coming in

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[05/01/16]   As of to May 1, 2016 prices have gone up. Reason being is to keep up with Canadian, United States exchange rate

[04/12/16]   Note/ Tip #6
What is pre-stretching?

Pre-stretching is a technique used in badminton stringing to remove the elasticity from the strings. This is done while stringing which prevents the strings from stretching and allows the tension bed to remain consistent. The machines that are capable of pre-stretching are electronic and drop weight machine.

Here at Repel Badminton we use the Wise 2086 electric tensioner, one of the best in the world.

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Second Hand

Selling 2 rackets:
Li-Ning N90 III - $170
Gosen Ryoga Tenbu - $170

Check out the site for more info and pictures of the rackets:
http://www.repelbadminton.ca/second-hand.html

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[04/09/16]   Will be attending the Phil Allard Tournament this Sunday. I will be there stringing. So come and get your racket strung!

[01/29/16]   I will be at the Eastman Open this weekend for stringing so please feel free to stop by

[08/10/15]   Note/ Tip #5
People always ask, " What is the best tension?"

Everyone plays the game differently and have a different feel when it comes to tension. It can either make you feel like you have no power in your shots or makes you feel like you hit like a pro.

The general rule is increase the tension by at lease 2lbs from your current tension and see how that feels. If you make a bigger jump in string tension the high chance of injuries cause by trying to adjust to the higher tension.

In this photo you can see a clear difference in color, font size and placement of the Mega Power Logo. The picture on the left is the fake, showing the font to be thicker, color is brighter and the distance from the Li-Ning Logo to the Mega Power Logo is off compared to the real Li-Ning racket (Picture on the right)

Note/ Tip #4
One of the signs of a non-genuine/fake racket is by looking at the grommets. In this picture (Left side) the quality of the grommets are poor with a rounded lip around the grommet versus a genuine (Right side)

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Second Hand

Li-Ning Windstorm 600 for sale, check it out:
http://www.repelbadminton.ca/second-hand.html

repelbadminton.ca If you are looking to purchase used badminton equipment, you can be assured they are authentic and have been professionally checked before being posted. The condition of the badminton equipmen t...

[07/03/15]   Got some new stencils up on the site
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Second Hand

Just added a new section to the side. If your looking for some used gear check this out:
http://www.repelbadminton.ca/second-hand.html

repelbadminton.ca If you are looking to purchase used badminton equipment, you can be assured they are authentic and have been professionally checked before being posted. The condition of the badminton equipmen t...

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Stencils

[06/24/15]   Note/ Tip #3

Have you ever notice that some rackets come with strings already strung when you purchase the racket?

Usually beginner/ intermediate rackets come with string at around 16-18lbs making the string bed very soft and limited. These types of rackets usually can handle 22-25lbs!

So if you want to have a better feel and play-ability during games, come and get it restrung today!

[05/30/15]   Website is now up and running. Check it out and share!
www.repelbadminton.ca

[04/24/15]   I will be on holidays starting from April 25th to April 30th. If you have any inquires, send me a message on here or to my email @ [email protected] and I will get back to you ASAP

[04/10/15]   Note/ Tip #2

Protect you racket!

When your strings break, ALWAYS cut all the strings to remove the remaining tension. Leaving broken tensioned strings on a racket can compromise the frame structural integrity, resulting in cracks.

[03/12/15]   I will be at the Phil Allard tournament this Sunday, March 15th, to string whoever rackets strings break during the tournament. I will have a verity of strings available

[03/10/15]   Note/ Tip #1
Thicker gauge strings are designed for durability where as thinner gauge strings are made more for performance, delivering more repulsion, control and power.

I have strings as thick as 0.73mm and as thin as 0.62mm. Contact me to schedule your stringing!

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Strings

These are the strings I will be carrying

These are the strings I will be carrying

Mish*ts

Strings

These are the strings I will be carrying

These are the strings I will be carrying

[01/28/15]   Website coming soon!

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