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    Default Yonex rackets

    To all Singaporeans out there,

    I would like to know the best prices of the following rackets in Sg$.

    Iso 800 tour,Ti 8,Ti 10,Iso 900,Iso Ti Swing power,Iso 200 power.

    I would prefer the new Yonex symbol in Iso 800 tour. Thanks!

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    Default Re: Yonex rackets

    I only know that Ti 10 can be bought the lowest at S$145 without strings.
    That is around $80 US dollars!

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    Default Re: Yonex rackets

    Which is about $122 Canadian dollars!

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    Default Re: Yonex rackets

    Where can I get the s$145 Ti-10 modious????
    Thx for ur reply!

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    Default Re: Yonex rackets

    I got my Ti-10 at that price actually!!! Byron says you can try Atric Pacific Sports in Sembawang Shopping Cantre level 2. But I haven'tseen it at such a price in the shops, its more like S$165. But I got from the source .. with lots of thanks to Blitz actually.

    As for ISO 900, I got my ISP900ss at S$125 also thanks to Blitz.

    Iso 800 tour,Ti 8,Iso Ti Swing power,Iso 200 power? Don't know off hand.

    ISO 600 Tour is about $90 with strings and free grip at most of the shops.

    And Yudhi, if you're interested in the MP-100, its S$169 at Music Room, level 1 Bras Basah Complex. They are selling the Ti-10 at that price too. Still cheaper than most of the places in Singapore

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    Default Re: Yonex rackets

    They have the Ti-10 at the Music Book Room? I didn't see it when i went there last weekend......

    How many rackets did you buy? I thought you only bought the Ti-10 Gladius?

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    Default Re: Yonex rackets

    He bought Ti-10, MP 100 and Iso SP 900 SX in 3 months.
    1 racket every month!
    So what racket is next Gladius?

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    Default Re: Yonex rackets

    Gladius got it from the distributer, thanks to Blitz's connections!

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    I bought my Iso Ti Swing Power SX at S$230 (including string).

    Now looking for Iso Ti Swing Power SR, preferably at a lower price ..

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    Default Budi

    Where did you buy your Iso Ti SP SX from?

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    Default Re: Yonex rackets

    Yup, but in reverse order ...

    The MP-100 was THE impulse buy. But turns out to be my best buy to date.

    I have yet to fully test out the Ti-10, as in getting used to it. But overall I would say I like it quite a lot. Just that it does not feel so stable and firm like the MP-100 does. But definitely much better than any of the more current crop of stuff I've tried from you guys or my other friends.


    Now that I've gotten so used to the Mp-100 and the Ti-10, the ISP 900SS feels kinda crappy ! I think I seriously got some poor habits sneaking into my game. Maybe I should play more on my ISP 900ss to get rid of them. I notice I'm slicing the shuttle a little more frequently even for clears. Its not noticeable on the Mp-100 but on the ISP 900 it makes hell a lot of difference .. the shuttle does not move !!!

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    Default Re: Yonex rackets

    Yup, but in reverse order ...

    The MP-100 was THE impulse buy. But turns out to be my best buy to date.

    I have yet to fully test out the Ti-10, as in getting used to it. But overall I would say I like it quite a lot. Just that it does not feel so stable and firm like the MP-100 does. But definitely much better than any of the more current crop of stuff I've tried from you guys or my other friends.


    Now that I've gotten so used to the Mp-100 and the Ti-10, the ISP 900SS feels kinda crappy ! I think I seriously got some poor habits sneaking into my game. Maybe I should play more on my ISP 900ss to get rid of them. I notice I'm slicing the shuttle a little more frequently even for clears. Its not noticeable on the Mp-100 but on the ISP 900 it makes hell a lot of difference .. the shuttle does not move !!!

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    Default Re: Ti-10 S$145?

    So where can I get Ti-10 at $145??

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    Default Re: Ti-10 S$145?

    I got mine from Queensway Shopping Center (ground floor)

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    I know that in countries OTHER than Singapore, Iso Ti SP series is cheaper than Ti10.

    I don't understand why this racquet is bloody expensive here in Singapore.

    I saw in some sites selling badminton racquets provided in BC link that Iso Ti SP is about $20 cheaper than Ti10. When I went back to Indonesia I also noticed that they are selling cheaper than Ti10.

    But here in Singapore it is even more expensive than MP100 !!
    MP100 is about $170, while Iso Ti SP is still at $230 !!!!!

    I just don't get it.

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    Default Re: Ti-10 S$145?

    Atric Pacific Sports in Sembawang Shopping Centre level 2.

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    Default Re: Yonex rackets

    Was chatting with a staff from Music Book Room and I commented that there are places (like Zenith Sports) that sell the Ti 10 for $148 (without strings).

    She commented that some of these Ti 10 are made in China and thus the lower retail price.

    Any truth in this?

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