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    Quote Originally Posted by Iffara View Post
    Haha my bro Kwun same also... I took more time to browse and then buy 4 rackets. Mr chans stringing is superb.....c
    Around Fa Yuen Street I take hours looking for the cheapest prices... My parents hate me for that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iffara View Post
    Brothers. .. Ive got an idea but its a crazy one.. Why not all of us plan and save up. Then we can all come together in hk to do badminton shopping together and also play a game together... All of us lovers of the game and brands....hahahajust a hell of a crazy thought but possible!!!Iffara
    Sounds great!!! I would love it but still in Secondary education

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    Quote Originally Posted by alana07 View Post
    and report back your findings here, please.
    I went to Wan Kee (at INS Salon) today; it's above Kin Yee.

    The Yonex shoes are quite cheap. SHB-65FT is only HK$642. Most other YY models are also cheap. (This store doesn't have any Mizuno shoes.)

    I think Yonex rackets seem to be in the same price range as Rose. yonex voltric z force ltd is $1400. Strings seems expensive.

    They have the latest Yonex's jerseys and shorts, but seems there is no discount.

    Tennis rackets and strings however seem very popular.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pcll99 View Post
    I went to Wan Kee (at INS Salon) today; it's above Kin Yee.

    The Yonex shoes are quite cheap. SHB-65FT is only HK$642. Most other YY models are also cheap. (This store doesn't have any Mizuno shoes.)

    I think Yonex rackets seem to be in the same price range as Rose. yonex voltric z force ltd is $1400. Strings seems expensive.

    They have the latest Yonex's jerseys and shorts, but seems there is no discount.

    Tennis rackets and strings however seem very popular.
    The main problem for me when shopping for shoes is finding my size, 29.0 cm. Next time you go to a store do you mind checking if they have it? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueTornado View Post
    The main problem for me when shopping for shoes is finding my size, 29.0 cm. Next time you go to a store do you mind checking if they have it? Thanks
    why don't u call them..

    http://wankeegroup.com.hk/

    tel: 2380 2250

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    That'd be utterly pointless since it'd be an expensive international call and I'd have no way of following up on it by picking up any shoes. Thanks anyway.

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    A list of badminton stores in Hong Kong (written in Chinese).

    http://www.uwants.com/viewthread.php...age%3D1&page=1

    see also:

    啟生羽毛球專門店: http://www.kaisengbadminton.com/

    必達羽毛球專門店: http://www.cyfbadminton.com/

    e78網絡商店: http://www.e78.com.hk/

    JACKY SPORTS: http://www.jackysports.com/

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    sorry I forgot Master Keen

    http://www.mksg.com.hk/

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    Thumbs up Best badminton shop in HK

    Hi guys...,

    Just came back from HK and bought my Voltric Z-force ltd from Mr. Alan Chen in 1/F 102A Fa Yuen Street, Mongkok. You need to go up the stairs and you will find this paradise for badminton lovers. Alan was so kind in explaining the difference between all the codes JP, SP, TW etc. He said that it was just code for the marketing area, so that people in Singapore will buy the one coded SP, people in Taiwan will get the TW but all rackets are made in Japan, they all have the hologram stickers as well. In HK you will mostly find SP rackets, and I bought one.

    Anyways, he strings the racket for me as well, the standard BG65 was free and add another 10 bucks for the BG80. He also threw in the grip for free. And even invited me to play along with his team mates on Sunday, too bad I couldn't make it.

    I went and checked out several stores in Mongkok, Alan is the best one! He also has a website and delivers overseas. www.puppysports.com Check it out =)

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    Hi guys...,

    Just came back from HK and bought my Voltric Z-force ltd from Mr. Alan Chen in 1/F 102A Fa Yuen Street, Mongkok. You need to go up the stairs and you will find this paradise for badminton lovers. Alan was so kind in explaining the difference between all the codes JP, SP, TW etc. He said that it was just code for the marketing area, so that people in Singapore will buy the one coded SP, people in Taiwan will get the TW but all rackets are made in Japan, they all have the hologram stickers as well. In HK you will mostly find SP rackets, and I bought one.

    Anyways, he strings the racket for me as well, the standard BG65 was free and add another 10 bucks for the BG80. He also threw in the grip for free. And even invited me to play along with his team mates on Sunday, too bad I couldn't make it.

    I went and checked out several stores in Mongkok, Alan is the best one! He also has a website and delivers overseas. www.puppysports.com Check it out =)

    I have my reservations about this shop. This is the shop that deliberately confuses us consumers on the original Kimony brand for grips with the ripoff Kimoni. (note the spelling difference).

    The one off purchases where you visit the shop and can examine your purchase should be OK. Bulk overseas orders you can't check your goods so.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpendorK View Post

    Insky Sport Co. is just located near to
    puppysports ( may be in the same building). Basement of Richmond Shopping Centre. The lady boss is very friendly.





    Within Mongkok, the pricing of this shop is quite reasonable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thammiey View Post
    Hi guys...,

    Just came back from HK and bought my Voltric Z-force ltd from Mr. Alan Chen in 1/F 102A Fa Yuen Street, Mongkok. You need to go up the stairs and you will find this paradise for badminton lovers. Alan was so kind in explaining the difference between all the codes JP, SP, TW etc. He said that it was just code for the marketing area, so that people in Singapore will buy the one coded SP, people in Taiwan will get the TW but all rackets are made in Japan, they all have the hologram stickers as well. In HK you will mostly find SP rackets, and I bought one.

    Anyways, he strings the racket for me as well, the standard BG65 was free and add another 10 bucks for the BG80. He also threw in the grip for free. And even invited me to play along with his team mates on Sunday, too bad I couldn't make it.

    I went and checked out several stores in Mongkok, Alan is the best one! He also has a website and delivers overseas. www.puppysports.com Check it out =)
    This is the same store where I bought 4 rackets and SHB-65FT from earlier this year. The store has competitive pricing and Alan has decent English/Mandarin for me to communicate with him well enough. Will definitely come back here again next time!!!

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    anyone saw cab50 and bg66sharp in HK ?
    plz help as i looking for it
    can share the pricing if u going there...

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    @drew tze en

    Where could you have got it for cheaper?? I'm interested in buying the same racket for a cheaper price in HK than in UK

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashers888 View Post
    @drew tze en

    Where could you have got it for cheaper?? I'm interested in buying the same racket for a cheaper price in HK than in UK
    Sorry, What racket are you talking about ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by drew tze en View Post
    Sorry, What racket are you talking about ?
    The Voltric 80.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashers888 View Post
    The Voltric 80.
    Ok, now I understand, sorry about that
    the price of the racket is around HKD1200 = 100
    depends on the strings you want and the shop.

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