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Cheap grip in Msia

Discussion in 'Market Place' started by SibugiChai, Oct 16, 2009.

  1. SibugiChai

    SibugiChai Regular Member

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    anyone know where to get Cheap grips in Msia?

    I heard there is one for around RM1 to RM2!!!

    I change grip once a week... very costly if I use RM8 !
     
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    wow RM 1 or 2 ?
     
  3. Dreamzz

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    well, the karakal pu super grips are rm8, they are the best in my opinion. why would you have you change them every week? how many times (or hours) do you play?

    if you buy the cheap grips, it might be a false economy because then you might have to change them every hour or 2.
     
  4. SibugiChai

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    I swear too much and I don't like to wear the wrist band.
     
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    For sweaty hands, normally ppl go for towel grips instead and you can try use those chalk powder...
     
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    Stop swearing on court. It's bad for the game. :D

    Make own towel grip. That will be cheap.
     
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    Yeah, the grip powder should help. Costs less than Rm10.
     
  8. alanwong76

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    RM 1 to RM 2 grip is not usable, i tried it before buying online.. it is totally slip.... karakal in PJ area if you can get the cheap one is 3pcs RM 20... it will be cheaper if you buy in a box...

    another question, you only have one racket to use ? if you have more than 1, why don't you swtich racket use ? it will reduce your cost to change grip..

    another way is, you can try leather replacement grip... like techni fiber, is a very good leather grip which is tacky and long lasting.. but is costy.. around RM 30 to RM 50 per pcs..
     
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    Try this brand call ultimatum replacement grip....it cost RM$10 for 3 grips in JB...i find it reasonbly comparable to Karakal Super-PU....it's definitely better than RKEP grips in my opinion...and i've started changing to this....i also sweat alot and the cost of karakal is killing me....hehe
     
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    modern sports sell a few brand of replacement grip at rm2. fleet, yangyang, acepower and its house brand. check it out.
     

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