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Where Can I Buy In Hong Kong?

Discussion in 'Market Place' started by reflex, Apr 3, 2005.

  1. reflex

    reflex Regular Member

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    Where can I find places to buy racquets in Hong Kong that are not fakes and are reasonably priced? My friend told me that Fa Yuen street has some good stores there, does anyone know the price in HK dollars of the MP99, Cab30MS, AT800 OF/DF and Nanospeed racquets? Thanks alot guys. Any other locations in Hong Kong are also appreciated. :)
     
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    Here! ..........
     
  3. reflex

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    does anyone know the prices of the above mentioned racquets at the locations at the above link?
     
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    I think that you have to make an official plea to any members living in HK to help you out (by running around those places). Also to make their lives easier, you should (if poss) specify the weights of your choosen racquets (as the lighter option are sometimes more difficult to get - hence more expensive). eg MP99 in 2u or 3u?

    jl
    PS maybe offer some carrots? :D
    PPS i actually also wanted to know the updated prices, but thought it was just bone idle of me to "send" members around.
     
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    That's hard to say because any shop can adjust the prices at any time ;)
     
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    That's eactly why I wrote one is advised to check in person for current prices.
    Alternatively, you could always pick up the telephone/fax
     
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    well..long distance bills would like waaaay up if i wanted to call all the HK stores. anyways..if anyone ever finds out the prices..here are the models of racquets i want. either of the weights are fine..but lightest option is generally my preferred one. also..add Ti-10 (3U or 2U) to that list of price check as well..thanks alot guys..you'll save me a whole lot of *mah fan* if you help me out lol
     
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    If you are visiting Hong Kong just pay a visit to the stores and ask them. If you plan to buy and have the racquets sent to you by mail, then email them and ask. By emailing them for prices you also have a good basis to find which stores offer the best deals. I am sure this will be less "mah fan" to you than it is to others. Besides the stores mentioned earlier you can inquire about racquets and prices from inskysport@yahoo.com.hk. If you mention my name you might even get a bargain. ;) :D
     
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    Does anyone know the email to Emmy's on Fa Yuen Street?
     

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