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Badminton Shop In Taipei, Taiwan.

Discussion in 'Market Place' started by george@chongwei, Feb 12, 2010.

  1. george@chongwei

    george@chongwei Regular Member

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    Anyone here knows any shop that sells real cheap badminton stuffs especially Victor in Taipei? Thanks in advance.
     
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    I see. Thank u so much for the info, sealman. Which shop have u been? Any recommendation?:D
     
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    I have been to the shops mentioned in the above posts. :D

    Which part of Taipei will u stay at? Is that anything in particular u wish to buy?

    If u want a bit of everything, you can visit 捷利 (near Shilin night market) or 上展. For mainly yonex stuff, u can go to the yonex stores松山 (near Taipei 101) or 龍騰虎躍 (near National Taiwan University)

    Selling prices are usually 30% off the price tags but u should check with the staff.

    The Yonex TW apparels and bags are fairly close to JP quality imho but prices are highly than in Singapore/Malaysia. There are often yonex off-season apparels on sale at 50% off. Some stuffs eg Supergraps are made in Taiwan and cheaper than Singapore/Malaysia.

    ps I did not try the stringing in Taipei as its more expensive than in Singapore. If you intend to string your rackets in Taipei, pls read bluejeff's comments with regards to stringing at 捷利

    Addresses:
    http://www.yonex.com.tw/store.asp?loc=1
    http://www.jollysport.com.tw/we.asp
     
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    Really thanks a lot for your tips and advices, sealman:) I should go and have a look at those yummy 30% off yonex rackets..hahahhaa..
    I stll don't have idea where will i stay but i know i will surely be around Taipei because i already booked air tickets to Taipei though:D

    supergraps there cheap? then i think i should get 1 dozen..!:D

    actually i'm quite surprised that u said the victor products in taiwan is not as attractive as in spore and mas:eek: I always tought victor products in taiwan have been selling very cheap..

    off topic.. do you know what victor bag model is LYD using right now? U know how much is it?
     
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    He started carrying the newest BR309 C bag since last September or October. A MAS BC member mentioned this bag is roughly RM200.00 in your country. An online store in Indonesia, kedaiangkasa, quoted me USD40 for this bag. Good luck. Refer to this thread.
     
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    George when going Taiwan, why never inform me?
     
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    Sorry to re-open this thread, But are the price cheaper in taiwan then USA for a yonex (arcsaber 11) from an authorized dealer? If yes, do you have any idea for the price (in us $$$)?

    Thanks.
     
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