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Yonex-Sunrise Apparel & Yonex Accessories in Sports Life, Singapore

Discussion in 'Clothing & Footwear' started by aramistuscany, Jul 9, 2009.

  1. aramistuscany

    aramistuscany Regular Member

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    Ladies Ts and JP stuff

    Last picture is a small bag for keeping your wet, sweaty clothes. Big enough for one folded t-shirt, shorts, briefs and socks. Can be unzipped and separated into two bags. Imported from Japan and comes in two colours. I bought two.. one of each colour..

    Putting my wet clothes in a NTUC plastic bag will be a thing of the past :D
     

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    Where is this place?
     
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    I see a lot of 'Z' thing from Ti-5, Ti-7, just a noticeable thing :S
     
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    You forgot to mention the discounted t-shirts.

    Basic Tru vapour Polo T selling for only SGD 9.90. :D

    I feel like a boy in a candy shop.:D
    or a man in room full of beer.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yIutgtzwhAc
     
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    where is this place? need some nice tees...
     
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    Far East Plaza; btw, the shop assistant there, a lady probably from Myanmar(judging from her accent), was extremely patient and polite when I was there to try out the yonex shoes SHB 200....didnt end up buying cos didnt like the feel....however ended up buying a couple of socks and T shirt cos I felt bad making here run in and out getting the different sizes of shoes for me to try on......:D:D
     
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    Hi, care to share how much is the SHB200 selling there? :)
     
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    She is a Filipina :) (wearing glasses).

    There are 3 of them, all from the Philippines who rotates.. a guy who is also the stringer and two ladies man the shop usually alone. Seldom there is more than one staff at the shop.

    The lady with the glasses is always on duty there. During her off days, the guy and the other lady will rotate and cover her duties.

    The other lady is stationed more at Mustafa's Yonex retail outlet.
     
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    SHB200 is too pricey there even with discounts which they do offer. Shoes which are on promotion/sale is more competitively priced and worth buying. You will get a much better price buying SHB200 elsewhere.
     
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    blue n yellow racquet is nice but too mahal for me after convert to mas RM
    hehe
     
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    Misc items

    Key-chains, watches, water-bottles..
     

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    More water-bottles..
     

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    Those have been sitting on the shelves for two years :eek:
     
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    those racquets are bloody expensive!
    sgd299 for a cab 30?
    sgd150 for a cab 21 special?
    extortionate!
     
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    It's more of a show house.

    I go there for their clothing/slippers/socks which are on offer and help myself to some of their free catalogs. :D

    The racquets are SRP (suggested retail price) hence no discount.
    High end badminton shoes are very ex, but the low end ones are cheap. (SGD 29). The tennis shoes are normal priced and quite worth it imho.
     
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    Yes they are :(

    This retail shop serves as a showroom for Yonex and is mainly catered for tourists. It also explains why its location is right smack in the Orchard shopping belt.

    Prices are not targeted at locals as there are plenty of shops elsewhere in Singapore that you can purchase Yonex racquets/products at a much lower price.
     
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    Shoes

    Some of the older shoes models are on promotion and worth buying.
     

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    Is Yonex running a promo island wide?
     
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    the promo price for the at900 is still rather expensive.
    i wonder how the shop stays in business when the only things people buy are the low end stuff.
     
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    The tourists do.. and some of them do buy alot. I was there on several occasions and witness it. The amount they purchase it seems like where they came from is really lacking in Yonex stuff lol.

    The reason they patronize here is they are unfamiliar where are the best places to shop for badminton stuff in Singapore. Even if they do I think they may not want to travel to the suburbs to do that with the time constraints they have. Besides by purchasing from Sunrise they are assured of genuine Yonex products.. what with all the fakes floating in the market now.
     

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