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Need help for buying Yonex np 8000 in Ebay, Los Angeles, San Jose, CA, Taiwan, China

Discussion in 'Market Place' started by smallball129, Jul 25, 2005.

  1. smallball129

    smallball129 New Member

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    Hi guys,

    Would you please suggest a place for the best deal on Yonex np 8000 in Ebay, Los Angeles, San Jose, CA, Taiwan, or China ? How much did you pay for a genuine one? If in Ebay, can someone tell me who I should buy from? I definately don't want to get a fake one. Thanks
     
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    Qidong Regular Member

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    Lin Dan-Fan Regular Member

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    get one from Tum98 for $150 plus shipping on ebay. I believe that is the best deal you can get.
     
  4. tutu_h

    tutu_h Regular Member

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    so far none of my Badmintonmates bought a real Yonex racquets in www.ebay.de. i don't know about US ebay but just be aware of fake racquet.
     
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    Lin Dan-Fan Regular Member

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    I know for a fact that TUm98 Sells genuine rackets because i bought one from him.
     
  6. LazyBuddy

    LazyBuddy Regular Member

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    If this is the case, I highly suggest to purchase racket through local dealers. It might be a bit more expensive (i.e. $20-30), but u get warranty, and don't have to take risk from possible fakes. :rolleyes:
     

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