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Discussion in 'General Forum' started by Kelvin, Mar 30, 2001.

  1. Kelvin

    Kelvin Regular Member

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    I want everyone just to take a look at this post, and possibly some of you can reply and help me, especially those of you in the Asian continent.

    I'm posting this topic to once, and for all clear up a bit of confusion, regarding equipment, in the Asian region labelled with the CN designation.

    1. What is this commotion about with CN racquets?

    2. From the ones who know from play experience (Ricky & Cheung & possibly Steplantis), is the build quality truly better?

    3. Do you own one yourself?

    4. What are all the known CN racquets available?

    5. Can anyone really tell me why they are more special, than any other racquets at retail?

    6. If it is true, they are designated to be of higher build quality... do all the Pro's use CN designations? or perhaps there is a disparity in the market?

    Thanks for all replies, and any info & help anyone can give me.

    Tony, you're supposed to be the Yonex Guru here. I would like to know your input as well, possibly first and foremost.
     
  2. Kelvin

    Kelvin Regular Member

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    I think I found my answer for the most part after reading a very old post by Kwun...
    Thanks everyone.
    . o 0 (Now where's that delete button???)
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    Don't even know what the heck u r talking abt.
     
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    I've asked several people about the issue and they say the same thing. It seems that ALL of the real rackets are made in Japan. If they are made elsewhere, they would have to have the same company standards. Same I assume based on information that all rackets are the same..YONEX ones that is....
     
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    It's ok May, just forget about it... it was a technical issue with certain racquet models... I pretty much figured it out reading a really old post.
    Thanks for your help anyway. :)
     
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