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Thread: Yonex Rackets in Bangkok
07-07-2006, 04:43 AM #120
Originally Posted by Sealman
07-07-2006, 05:07 AM #121
Originally Posted by aquaboi
07-21-2006, 06:56 AM #122
How much is MP 99 right now in BKK....thanks
07-24-2006, 09:56 AM #123
i thinki shall list down the price for the rackets after discount. this what i can remember from my trip 1 month ago. note that the price might have changed.
mp99 - 3150 baht
at700 - 3150 baht
at800de/off - 3150 baht
ns8k - 3750 baht
mp100 - 3150 baht
ns7k - 3750 baht
07-31-2006, 11:02 PM #124
Originally Posted by terry
08-06-2006, 10:01 AM #125
Yeah for sure , 3 shops all next to eachother next to the National Stadium all do BG 85 strings for about 180 even discounted 10 % sometimes . Im interested to know if there is another store in the WTC near Chit Lom . Anyone can help ? Just in case I need to buy fast and other stores are low on stock !
08-16-2006, 09:31 PM #126
Will be going to both Bangkok and Hong Kong in 2 months. Are the rackets cheaper in Bangkok or Hong Kong?
08-16-2006, 11:48 PM #127
a way cheaper in Bangkok
08-19-2006, 12:42 AM #128
Can anyone pls update the price of MP99, AT800def, NS8k and NS9kS/X? And which store it is from.I have a friend who is going bangkok soon. Btw do they sell ashaway string? And is the string job gd?
08-25-2006, 07:38 PM #129
Can someone please update the prices of MP88, MP66 and NS6K? Are the shoes cheap? Prices on SHB99, SHB90, and SHB70, please.
Thanks in advance.
09-09-2006, 04:35 PM #130
Is NS6K still available in Bangkok?
10-13-2006, 12:54 AM #131
Can someone update the prices for MP88, MP99 and NS8000 plz?
10-17-2006, 11:13 PM #132
Which place is cheaper in bangkok? Yonex shop at WTC or thos shope houses beside national stadium?
11-12-2006, 12:13 AM #133
cheapest NS9000 TH version
Where can I find the cheapest NS9000 TH version in BKK?
11-27-2006, 08:55 PM #134
Originally Posted by daijoobu
- First Sport
NS 9000 TH (X/S) < 4500 Baht
NS 8000 TH < 4000 Baht
NS 7000 TH < 3400 Baht
NS 6000 TH < 3400 Baht
AT 800 TH (O/D) < 3400 Baht
MP 100 TH < 3400 Baht
MP 99 TH < 3300 Baht
MP 88 TH < 3200 Baht
SHB-99 Limited < 3000 Baht
SHB-99 M,L < 2500 Baht
SHB-90 M,L < 2400 Baht
SHB-70 < 1900 Baht
SHB-60 < 1800 Baht
SHB-56 < 1500 Baht
Price should be less or equal
11-28-2006, 09:41 AM #135
Originally Posted by 8owmp
12-11-2006, 09:51 PM #136
Last week I came to BKK and got 2 MP99 at FirstSports (08/12/2006)
Its price's still valid: 3250Baht for unstrung racket or 3400 for BG65 strung racket. I didn't check these of other rackets because I was afraid of temptation to spend all my cash on rackets. Supergraps are cheap for me: 1200THB for 10 packets (3 pieces per packet), 130THB for 1 packet. The policy of Yonex in Thailand didn't have any impact on FirstSports' price policy.
The price in that shop is comparatively cheaper than that in WTC or a shop in a complex shopping center in Sukhumvit Soi 36, near Imperial Queens Park Hotel (one ever mentioned in previous shop). In WTC or elsewhere, the price is 3790THB for MP99, 3890 for MP100 and 6240THB for NS9000. At that time, there're enough rackets in stock for you to choose. The look of rackets in Firstsports shop is the same as that in WTC. There's a tiny stamp of Yonex on the corn. The only different is that I didn't receive any warranty card from Firstsports. But for me, it's ok because the expense to come back to Thailand in case of warranty is much more higher than racket's price. Anyway, Yonex dealer in my country doesn't accept Thai warranty card. Besides, I doubt if I got the tax refund from shopping rackets in WTC.
In fact, it's easier to find FirstSport shop in BKK than I thought. Just follow the instruction, leave the Skytrain at National Stadium. I found that skytrain in BKK is the easiest train to go, in comparison to underground in Paris or in Tokyo. It has only 2 directions. No one can miss it. Quite interesting is that there're persons instead of automatic machine to change money into coins.
Go along the street where you left the skytrain in the same direction of it. the pavement is very narrow.
When you see the national stadium in this photos (through the fence on the left hand side) turn left. Firstsports shop is the 4th or 5th shop on your right hand side on this road. Actually I don't know any Thai word, I compared the word in the name card to its brand marque.
The most serious problem is that hardly ever could a person in this area speak English. In my experience, I asked one of my friend who can speak Thais coming along with me. He even called to the shop and checked the shop's stock before going there. In most case, it's better bring along with you a pen and a note. You can ask receptionist in your hotel to translate into Thais, some word like: I want to buy Yonex XXXX how much is it? Body language seems to be the most effective communication in most cases.
May remind that you should change sufficient THB before going there cause the nearest exchange service is far for walking.
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