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bg88ti in the US!

Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by kwun, Oct 6, 2001.

  1. kwun

    kwun Administrator

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    for those in the US who wants to try out the bg88ti, i just noticed that Sportsnet has it. but the price, ouch, US$26!
     
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    that's 41 Cdn$ before sales tax and shipping.
    Aihya is more like it.
     
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    it felt like a good string though. may be when the next string on my Iso900 breaks, i will try it. i bought a few when i was in HK. :)


    come to think of it, considering a local store here charges $24 for stringing BG85, $26 isn't that bad. someone gotta keep these badminton shops running, no?
     
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    Oh, i didn't knew the 26 USD include stringing.
    Anyway, with the tacky coating, i think bg88ti would provide an unique experience in making those slice drop and net spin shots.
     
  5. Creative

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    Kwun, in Canada it only costs $25 Canadian string included for BG85. It definitely is expensive to play in U.S. Of course, if you are a franchise BG85 user then buying from HK is the best thing to do.
     

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