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Badminton Court Marker, Yellow

‎29.00 QAR QAR 29.00 2025-05-28 http://schema.org/NewCondition Out of Stock
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Product ID ‎54_8373439_000-2161555
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Making out your badminton court.

Ease of use
Simply put the markers down on the floor to draw out a court.

Easy transport
Product itself is very light and which easy to carry

Stability
Delimitation is placed stably playgrund.

These markers are perfect for marking out a full badminton court if all you have are a net and rackets.

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‎PERFLY‎

Badminton Court Marker, Yellow
Badminton Court Marker, Yellow

Composition

Structure,Styrene Ethylene Butadiene Styrene: 100%

Color No Color
Type badminton, racket-sports
4/5
Court Markers
This is great for marking the court out on the grass. Saves on any disputes
21/09/2021
Court Markers
This is great for marking the court out on the grass. Saves on any disputes
19/09/2021
Bargain and do the job well
I use these for coaching adults and children and they're cheap, robust (so far), light, big/small enough to be visible without being difficult to transport several sets, and importantly they are safe to step on as they are reasonably grippy against the floor and shoes, and thin enough to not be a risk to ankles.
14/09/2017
Bargain and do the job well
I use these for coaching adults and children and they're cheap, robust (so far), light, big/small enough to be visible without being difficult to transport several sets, and importantly they are safe to step on as they are reasonably grippy against the floor and shoes, and thin enough to not be a risk to ankles.
14/09/2017