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Re: Genuine Yonex's store in Beijing

Discussion in 'Market Place' started by DrBranDo, Jul 2, 2007.

  1. DrBranDo

    DrBranDo Regular Member

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    Hi there

    Can anyone please tell me where in Beijing is a good place to get Yonex racket? I'm obviously looking ofr a genuine not expensive place.

    How much in Yen can I expect to pay for AT900 Power?

    Thanks.
     
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    www.bbeshop.com

    www.bbesports.com

    Both you can obtain their street address from their sites. The latest models might not be much cheaper when compare to US market (might be more attractive to CAN market, though). However, they are good sources if you looking for fairly old models (i.e. Ti-10, etc)

    AT900P (SP) is around US$180 range, if you qualify for member price.
     
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  3. DrBranDo

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    Thanks really appreciate.

    Was just reading another thread and the AT900 Power SP there cost 1380 Yen online and if you are there can negociate a 20-25% off!!!

    If this is true, then it will fall in my budget. Looking to spend 1100 Yen or less on the mentioned racket.
     
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    1380 Yen = 12 CAD, so that's probably a typo. But even if you meant 11000 Yen that's only 120 CAD which would still be ridiculously low for an AT900T.

    Are you sure the currency was Yen, not RMB? 1380 RMB = 175 CAD
     
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    Oops sorry I mean RMB.

     

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