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Karakal Grips in Malaysia

Discussion in 'Market Place' started by CalvinSeak, Apr 16, 2008.

  1. CalvinSeak

    CalvinSeak Regular Member

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    Any1 knows which shops are selling karakal grips in KL/PJ areas? thanks
     
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    karakal pu grips

    Hi CalvinSeak,
    I think u may check with AJ or Racketshop at Puchong quite near to Bandar Puteri Puchong MBA. The price is about RM$6.50 per piece.
    Lee:D
     
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    karakal grip? i bought my karakal super grip every month bout RM5.90 per piece. At HE, bangi.
     
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    Hi maxizfreak,
    That is a pretty good price. Mind to share the location/address,please.;)
    Thanks.:p
    Lee:)
     
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    Hock Eng, Bangi. Sure everybody know la. :D:D:D:D:D
     
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    Hi maxifreak,
    Ok, man. Thanks alots.;)
    Lee:D
     
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    Small matter bro~
     
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    Karakal grips from Gia Dinh Sports

    Karakal PU grips from www.giadinhsports.com are 1.25 usd (I think about 4 MYR) and they have International quantity discount...My friend from Phillipines bought 100 grips and shared with me....They really have best prices in the world right now....I just wish they would sell direct inside Vietnam so that I could buy from them direct...:crying:
     
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    aiyakkkkkkkk.that's not in KL/PJ.Not even in malaysia. Hehehehehe.
     
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    KL...thats not Kien Long Vietnam???:DJust thought you could get your club members to buy together and that way you could get the grips cheaper...That is what Pedro did in Phillipines....I dont know what shipping to Malaysia is but it is not that far so should not be much for shipping...;)
     
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    wow ok haha thank you so much all !~
     
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    Gia Dinh Sports for KK grips

    I recently bought some Karakal grips and rackets from Gia Dinh Sports in Vietnam and was very pleased with not only the helpfulness and service, but also the incredibly low prices. Even with shipping ($34 to the USA), I still saved a ton on the two SL70's ($75 ea.) and 10 grips at the same price that Dreamhai mentioned. I guess because of the shipping costs, it is always better to buy more than one racket at a time because it does not cost much more to ship two than one. And I can tell the products are genuine and not copies because they perfectly match the ones I already own. I don't know how much it costs to ship to Malaysia, but it can't be that much, being so closeby.
     
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    I have not played with the SL70....how does it play???
     
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    Sl70

    I have found the SL70 is much easier on my shoulders, as it is lighter but faster. It's speed is good for doubles. The oval head means a smaller sweetspot, so you have to hit more accurately. It takes some getting used to.
     

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