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Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Winex West Can, Apr 11, 2006.
Since someone posted about MMOA new 88 holes, here is Winex's version.
Nice colours. How much does it retail for?
Hey, looks like the last horizontal string by the joint is not a single pass grommet......picture shows two strings going thru one single grommet.
Bad picture advertising.
Would MMOA buy OEM from Winnex?? Or, Winnex buy OEM from MMOA?? Or, both Winnex and MMOA buy OEM from 3rd party??
Anyway, Winnex's quality is reliable, worth to try it.
It's possible since I know that the JooBong brand is OEM from Winex. Now, don't quote me as I've not physically visited the Winex factory in Taiwan but apparently a couple of the other distributors had.
All Winex racquets come with a warranty against manufacturer's defects.
Don't know where you were looking but looking at the original pics that I have, the last horizontal string goes through a single unshared grommet.
I am trying to convice Winex to convert their product catalogue to PDF files that can be downloaded by interested players.
Are folks interested in seeing other products like shoes, clothing, etc?
yeah, i don't see what you mean either, perhaps it's just because they have 3 racquets there and the strings are over-lapping?
i wouldn't mind having a look at a catalouge if you can get them to scan one in ...
If with the same specification, Winnex has better value for product since JooBong is really quite expensive.
Oh no, I don't think the JooBong line are the same specifications as I have several of their racquets and they are quite different from the Winex ones.
I suspect that JooBong outsource the manufacturing to Winex and provide specifications (that are probably owned by JooBong not Winex).
I believe he's referring to this. I took a while to notice it but I circled it. It looks like two strings going into the grommet. If there is a larger picture of a single racket by itself, that would be better for us to look at.
lol i sawt tht tooo when he said it but i thought my eyes were playing tricks on me
Hahaha...now I see it. Sharp eyes, Viper2005.
I took a look at the original pictures w/o the wording and basically it's bad stringing or rather the stringer added the extra cross string so that s/he had to share the holes with the main. The 88 hole stringing instructions shows that the last cross string should have ended at 8B.
Winex West Can:
would mind send me more high resolution's picture to me for instruction stringing pictures, thanks!
Thanks everyone, I thought I was the only one seeing that last string.
You can call me eagle eyes......
What I uploaded is what I got. Looks pretty clear to me which mains and crosses goes where.
Is Nanotec X Files available in market.
I have seen these Winex rackets in the Winex shop in Singapore (Artric Sports at Sembawang Shopping Centre).
thankx for reply. can u please tell me where i can find photographs of nanotec File X, Winex ppl are too slow in updating there website.