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Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by cooler, Jan 18, 2005.

  1. cooler

    cooler Regular Member

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    (i don't mean sticky threads) ;)

    Attached is a zoomed image of a sticky label from a yonex TH racket racket, came off the shrink wrap on the handle. Can any Thai posters here can do a translation into english? Thanks
     

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    holy crap! :eek: What in the world are these?? I can never read this!!:eek: :eek:

    By the way, how did you peel this off without taking out the writtings?? Cooler has good hands :p
     
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    It's details of YONEX product
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    Name of Product : YONEX
    Importer and Distributor: Fareastspeciality co.,ltd 61/50 sukhumvit 26 RD Bangkok 10110 Tel.022590103
    Made in: [] JAPAN []TAIWAN []CHINA
    Type of product: Badminton racket use for play badminton
    Suggestion
    * Should not keep it hot place for long time
    * Should not Stringing higher tension than suggest
    * When racket borken Pls do not touch beacus GRAPHITE it too sharp
    * If not use for long should CUT sting off
    Import date 8 NOV. 2004
    Quntity 1
     
  4. cooler

    cooler Regular Member

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    wow, you sure know your thai:)
    Thanks for the translation.
    I dare babelfish try translating that.

    Funny that no such labeling for racquets with other country codes
     
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    OK up to you. :confused: :confused: :confused:

    but I think It depend on country LAW. For goods import to Thailand have to show details of product.
     
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    that mean one could tell the difference from fakes, as fakes wouldn't care about u jabbing your finger into sharp graphite or not.
     
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    :mad: :mad: :mad:
     
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    WEERADEJ,

    Thanks for the translation:)! It does give us some insight into Thai custom practice. Cooler is right that fake manufacturers may not go to length to warn buyers of the dangers. However, it maybe a matter of time before they start doing that:(.
     

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