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    Default sticky label

    (i don't mean sticky threads)

    Attached is a zoomed image of a sticky label from a yonex TH racket racket, came off the shrink wrap on the handle. Can any Thai posters here can do a translation into english? Thanks
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    Last edited by cooler; 01-18-2005 at 08:59 PM.

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    holy crap! What in the world are these?? I can never read this!!

    By the way, how did you peel this off without taking out the writtings?? Cooler has good hands

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    It's details of YONEX product
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    Name of Product : YONEX
    Importer and Distributor: Fareastspeciality co.,ltd 61/50 sukhumvit 26 RD Bangkok 10110 Tel.022590103
    Made in: [] JAPAN []TAIWAN []CHINA
    Type of product: Badminton racket use for play badminton
    Suggestion
    * Should not keep it hot place for long time
    * Should not Stringing higher tension than suggest
    * When racket borken Pls do not touch beacus GRAPHITE it too sharp
    * If not use for long should CUT sting off
    Import date 8 NOV. 2004
    Quntity 1

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    wow, you sure know your thai
    Thanks for the translation.
    I dare babelfish try translating that.

    Funny that no such labeling for racquets with other country codes

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler
    wow, you sure know your thai
    Thanks for the translation.
    I dare babelfish try translating that.

    Funny that no such labeling for racquets with other country codes
    OK up to you.

    but I think It depend on country LAW. For goods import to Thailand have to show details of product.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WEERADEJ
    OK up to you.

    but I think It depend on country LAW. For goods import to Thailand have to show details of product.
    that mean one could tell the difference from fakes, as fakes wouldn't care about u jabbing your finger into sharp graphite or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooler
    that mean one could tell the difference from fakes, as fakes wouldn't care about u jabbing your finger into sharp graphite or not.

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    WEERADEJ,

    Thanks for the translation! It does give us some insight into Thai custom practice. Cooler is right that fake manufacturers may not go to length to warn buyers of the dangers. However, it maybe a matter of time before they start doing that.

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