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Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by jiara, Apr 20, 2002.
with a PBSI signature on it.
how much is it worth?
I dont think that there woud be one! It is like asking ferrari to make a car with a Lamborghini engine and the interiors of a merc!
CN/CP racquet just for china national badminton player, so it's impossible with PBSI signature
Also, the logo doesn't mean anything for the racket, besides of saying it's reconized by the Indoneasan badminton federation.
i agree. a CN/CP racket are made for the Chinese team, they will never have a PBSI logo in it. most likely it is a counterfeit one...
if the logo doesnt mean anything, why wouldnt there be CN CP rackets? I saw a few rackets here with a CN/CP serial, and a PBSI logo on it. CN/CP rackets are made for the chinese nat players, but a few are distributed to shops. And those distributed to Indonesia will automatically have a PBSI symbol painted on them.
Also, most rackets here have an SP serial number. Does that mean it is made for the singaporean team?
sorry for my bluntness
No! The Indo players use Sp rackets! So does gopi. Plp like peter and other european players use Gr or something else!
Those rackets are for the China players which never has the logos. Only the SP would would. As what Kwun said it could be a conterfit if you see a CN/CP with a logo.
I don't think there is any Yonex CN/CP racquets distributed in indonesia.
hmmm if you goto any of the dominant sports stores here, you will find atleast one or two rackets of CN/CP version. I have never seen High End rackets in the CN CP version, but I have seen carbonex series with the CN or CP and a PBSI logo. It works like this. The rackets are distributed to Indonesia, and among lets say 10000 rackets 500 are CN/CP version. All rackets are checked by PBSI and all or most atleast the CN/CP versions are approved thus marked with the PBSI logo.
I shall have a picture posed soon
Which carbonex racquets have you seen with CN?
Do these come at a price premium to the SP versions?