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Discussion in 'Badminton String' started by mr kn, Dec 13, 2012.
where i can get this string in mlaysia,,??
Call Steven Shim of S-Power ,he has stock 012-2335619 and discuss with him
LOL I was just about to ask the same question but for UK. I usually buy Victor strings from MBS but they have sold out and won't get any in until early next year. I'm wondering if anyone knows of another reliable site that sells Victor strings and will post internationally? I'm after VS850.
There's no one by the username of Eric on BCF?
RKEP website. Also known as Squash Eric here on these forums.
Yup. He post internationally.
Does anyone have a link to Squash Eric's website? Thanks
Where "website" = eBay store
rkep ebay as search terms should be the first hit
I have ready stock.
Whatapps me @ 012-9052342
Email me @ firstname.lastname@example.org
Ship international and local
So Mr KN, did you get your desired Victor string then ?
is it hard to get badminton stuff from Malaysia generally???
Not at all ... it is EASY to get stuff in Malaysia - high level of availability of almost everything (exception being a degrommeting tool !!) , the problem is that the RINGGIT is a SHRINKGIT, so things are "expensive" relative to purchasing power esp strings and grips (esp my favourite - Yonex) ...
oh i see. i was very curious especially with strings because they are probably the cheapest thing to buy for badminton besides a pack of overgrip, but it seemed that it's difficult for some to replace, so now i know it's probably more expensive in Malaysia than say the US?
Exactly !!! For non-Malaysians coming to buy badminton stuff in Malaysia, it is CHEAP ... but for local Malaysians, due to the worsening forex of ringgit, they are EXPENSIVE ... so, we are "extra" careful ... eg: a packet of BG66UM (around RM35) is the value of 1 WEEK'S WORTH OF LUNCHES !! and a Karakal SuperPU = 1 LUNCH meal .... Yonex Supergrap is even more frightening .... due to durability ....
Yup. That's true