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Hk Stores

Discussion in 'Market Place' started by azn_123, Jun 5, 2007.

  1. azn_123

    azn_123 Regular Member

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    I might be getting some things from my friend in hong kong. I'm wondering which shops you reccomend, I'm looking for authentic yonex retailer stores. Of course the cheapest store that has the cheapest things. An online site included would be great thanks.
     
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    Any recommendations would be great, also will be going there very soon.
     
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    Any update in this Topic? i browsed the Hong Kong Thread and it was like talking about Tourney and etch.. and some are old post.. anywayz I hope someone could give us details about Good Badminton Stores in Hong Kong...
     
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    yaoh. me too. i think maybe hong kong have their own badminton website.. have to ask around i think
     
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    I am keen to know the prices of the following rackets in HK, can anyone confirm, please?
    cheers,

    Kason 300A
    Woven 9
    RSL XP2
     
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    how does rose sports able to get GR coded rackets, and cheaper than SP too?
     
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    Who know's? Do you know any other HK stores as well?
     
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    What GR stands for?
     
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    germany i think
     
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    well lets hope that some can confirm that!

    Assume its germany then what it represent, racket made for German market or Made in Germany?
     
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    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/forums/showthread.php?t=8188
     
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    thanks for the clarification mate!
     
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    I've already bought things from this store. Thanks for the info though! I was looking for hk stores that my friend can go in-person instead.
     
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    Hey check out the thread i summarised from other posts. I bought a Woven 8 from Racquetshop. From what I saw they stocked SOTX, Yonex, Kimoni and Kason. I saw the Kason 300A&D there. Service is good. Just be sure to do your research on the prices and then bargain. They are quite friendly.

    I bought my Gosen 6900 from Rose Sports. Good price but lousy service. Very rude. Rose stock many different brands, Pro Kennex, Gosen, Yonex etc etc. Did not really like the service there, they tried to cheat me at the Causeway Bay store. The uncle quoted the Mizuno Wave Smash S1 (old model) HKD$900 at their Causeway Bay store, the old uncle was there and the sales person asked him for the best price. More expensive than Sogo ahahaha. Did not buy it then. The Gosen 6900 was selling for HKD$990RRP i think at SOGO then went to Rose at Mongkok and they sold it to me for cheaper, negotiated with the uncle.

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/forums/showthread.php?t=39177&highlight=hong+kong+summary


    I am very happy with both purchases and also for the price I paid for them but if given the choice Racquetshop sales guy was more than helpful and very polite as well. :) I still have his card, a guy by the name of Ah Hang.
     
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    How much did you get the Woven 8 for? Was it strung or unstrung? Do you recall if they have the 8A?
    I have a friend going to HK next month... Thinking about asking them to pick one up for me...
     

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