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    Oh wait I chose the wrong word. I meant how do you pay via paypal. There are no other things to do than just like click? Considering I'm from the Philippines. See uhm I'm only 15 and this is my first time lol sorry

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    @Shinichi oh Thank You! )

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    Somebody tried the Adidas Adipower P800?


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    Hey again ) sooooooo uhm to refresh I would be buying an APT in MBS and I'm from the Philippines

    I would be depositing in my sister's paypal account(since I am only 15) and the currency I would be depositing would be in Philippine Peso(PHP) How would I know how much PHP would I deposit? How can I know how much the conversion would be and what is the total in PHP? Since they(Paypal) would be the one who will convert to USD and I think they have an additional fee for currency conversion.

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    Since Adidas involve in badminton, hope more and more ppl will play this sport, not only in Asia but the rest of the world.

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    I hope so too. But they need to make a bigger impact in the badminton market before being able to reach out of it. I think they're too afraid to launch their line up in many places in fear of low profit margins.

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    Adidas appear to have blown it in UK. One of the biggest online retailers has decided not to supply anymore and cancelled orders and there is now talk of a re-launch in April. Very disappointing.

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    Are they changing distributors in the UK?

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    not that I'm aware of. But I think many mistakes have been made which have been extremely costly.

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    That's a real shame.

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    A massive hype and then very limited range didn't help things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbswansea View Post
    A massive hype and then very limited range didn't help things.
    I don't think its been handled too well worldwide in general, all the territories seem to be stocking different stuff from the very large global range and thats why people are getting annoyed seeing things on the global Facebook page which will never be released in their country, amongst other things

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    Quote Originally Posted by Backhand_Dave View Post
    I don't think its been handled too well worldwide in general, all the territories seem to be stocking different stuff from the very large global range and thats why people are getting annoyed seeing things on the global Facebook page which will never be released in their country, amongst other things

    Very true. That's why ppl purchase online. Some prefer to buy during their trip to overseas. It's all about the market.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulstewart64 View Post
    Adidas appear to have blown it in UK. One of the biggest online retailers has decided not to supply anymore and cancelled orders and there is now talk of a re-launch in April. Very disappointing.

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    Am I allowed to guess who it was?
    If it's Centralsports, then I take it the exercise of knocking down the prices before the London Grand Prix was a test to see if the Adidas market was still viable.

    Oh well, but it does mean buying Adidas stuff in UK is very cheap.

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    In the UK it never really felt like Adidas Badminton was part of Adidas, just check adidas.co.uk and there has been no mention at all in regards to badminton. Most people wanting to check out Adidas badminton likely started off at Adidas.co.uk. Missing product ranges on the brand's flagship site knock a lot of confidence out of the consumer and it very much feels like there is no central brand backup or promotion. Very disappointing and after the reviews on here I have been itching to find the right time to try one out. So on the plus side the UK trying to get rid of it allowed me to pick a Adizero-pro for 86 as a Christmas present to me! If it works out I may have to buy a spare quickly before they become Dodo's

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    their supply is much more worse than Victor

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