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Looking for Iso Ti Swing Power

Discussion in 'Market Place' started by leontek, Jan 22, 2006.

  1. leontek

    leontek Regular Member

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    I am in Malaysia. Is there any shops still carrying this model - Isometric Ti Swing Power (used by Roslin Hashim)? I prefer G5 grip. Please help me.
     
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    still plenty of them in hk. but i guess the grip size that u can find is nothing but g4.5! ;)
     
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    Swing Power has only 1 grip size, that is G4.5.

     
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    It only has two options for the grip size:

    G3 for Canada & Europe countries
    G4.5 for Asia and most of other places
     
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    1 weight 1 grip size, differences are in balance and stiffness
     
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    also that G3 isnt equal to the current G3 :D
     
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    Hmm? Really? :confused:

    So what's the difference on that?
     
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    Only one grip size for Asia market, I see. G4.5 is not that bad, at least it is smaller than G4. I find that G4 is too big for me, G5 just nice.

    So, any reliable website to order?

    I still hoping can get one from local store in Malaysia.

    I appreciate for the info.
     
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    Are you from Thailand? If I recall correctly, there were lots of ISO Ti Swing Power racquets in Bangkok a year ago.
     
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    if you don't mind a 90% new used tispsx, pm me for detail :)
     
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    I am originally from Malaysia.
     
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    If you have the opportunity to come by Singapore, ISO Ti SP is still available here and collecting dust in the shops. I dun think its a popular racket amongst players here but I love the racket! :D
     
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    Yes, good website. I tried email them twice, but no reply. First I tried English and second in chinese, but then still no reply.
     
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    um...Singapore...may be I'll consider that after chinese new year...So, what is the best place to buy Iso Ti Swing Power in Singapore?
     
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    I have replied to your PM. Happy shopping!

    Cheers
     
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    Thanks....
     
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    Those based in Singapore and interested in the Ti SP, can find it at:
    1) Ranking Sports, 3rd floor, Bras Basah Complex (near Raffles Hotel, City Hall MRT)
    2) Weston Corporation, top floor, Peninsula Shopping Centre (near Funan Centre, City Hall MRT)

    It will cost ~S$150-160 unstrung. FYI there are very limited stocks.

    You could also find ISO 900 at the second shop (but SX version not available)

    Regards,
    Bruce
     
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    Actually, there is a G5/G5 for Swing Power 900 and Ti Swing Power - It's Yonex Korea.
     

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