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E-Link Sports, Singapore, Chris Aw

Discussion in 'Market Place' started by aramistuscany, Jun 16, 2009.

  1. homer_hn

    homer_hn New Member

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    victor g2 is b/t g4 and g5 for yonex imho
     
  2. Koyukii

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    Hi Guys,

    I ordered some products from Chris, and I received them today. 6 days from Singapore to France, not bad, really good I would say. He is really friendly and prices are really good too. Do not hesitate if you love Victor. Sorry for the LQ pictures, cellphone's camera.
     

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    hey is VS 850 stiff like VS 800?
     
  4. Ferrerkiko

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    So any bros know whether Chris shop sell Lee yong dae racket and current krea team wear .. thanks ?
     
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    yes if you read the posts from earlier you will realize its BS 09 and its 155 singapore dollars...
    don't ask about shipping because you will need to ask the store owner personally through email.
    just read the earlier posts
     
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    Yes he's selling LYD racket & korea team jersey is at SGD$28.00
    per piece he have the surdiman cup model & world championship
    model for team korea....
     
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    What do you mean by "stiff"? VS-800 is a 0.70mm string while VS-850 is a 0.68mm string. I haven't tried it yet, but It should be pretty similar to Yonex BG80 since the Koreans are using the VS-850 and were previously using BG80.
     
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    Hi,
    Is anybody knows that Victor high end racket like SW35,36, BS8,9,10,11 made in which country? Understand that Victor is taiwan brand and notice most of the rackets shaft are printed as Developed by Victor Taiwan.

    I did hear somebody said, Victor lower end racket are manuafactured in Vietnam . Is it true? IS anyone can advice?
     
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    Hi Gancy,

    Victor Rackets aren't all made in Taiwan. Those are made by different countries like Korea, Hong Kong .. Singapore. Seems like the cheapest is the one made in Taiwan.
    I didn't hear anything about low end rackets in Vietnam though.
     
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    all of Victor's rackets are made in Nanjing, China. in fact, many other brands' rackets also came out from the same factory.
     
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    Really? But the control is done by the country where you buy the racket right?
     
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    Hi bros: the korea team shirt is really at $28, is cheaper than Li ning i bought at $150.??:confused:
     
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    only BS10 and BS11 made in taiwan only....
    other racket made in china ....
     
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    if you mean control as in warranty terms, then yes it should be covered by the country of sale.


    why not u bring $150 to chris's shop and see how many pieces of the Korean team shirt you can buy there with the amount?
     
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    Actually, from what I know, Victor is a China brand whose headquarter is located in Nanjing China. However, many of its high-end rackets are made in Taiwan, like sw series, bs series.
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    is the korean team shirt comfortable? I heard from some others that victor's shirt is not as good as Li Ning and other brands. but definitely, at this price, I would say it worth the money =)
     
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    The korean team shirt is really comfortable but not the sleeveless ones...
     
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    The bad thing is victor racket does not have word "made in which country" printed on the racket shaft. Like YY racket,

    Yes agreed that new release model like BS10,11 are made in taiwan.

    What about SW35,36? Are they made in taiwan as well?
     
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    Then I'd consider have one to try, haha. thanks for ur feedback
     
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    Yes, they are made in taiwan as well.
     
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    SW35,36 are made in china....
     

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