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Thread: Sotx New Rackets
07-05-2009, 06:43 PM #35
you also can find SOTX at Mr. Soh shop (Classic Sport).
Mr. Soh started to brought SOTX again after met with SOTX Owner around March 2009 in Singapore while Mr. Lim is the very first distributor in Singapore.
SOTX-Singapore can help you to buy at nearly agent price (excluding shipping cost) if you purchase more than 20 pieces
07-06-2009, 05:49 AM #36
07-06-2009, 10:41 AM #37
Sgbad is a SOTx distributor?
07-06-2009, 10:53 AM #38
He was for a short moment but has since stopped.
07-06-2009, 08:35 PM #39
07-06-2009, 10:16 PM #40
I do not agree to this remark. Note that companies exists because of their customers and if you treat customers who come to visit you in such a way then either you must have a very good product that everyone is compelled to buy (e.g. gasoline, etc.) or be ready to lose customers.
It should not take a lot of effort to keep some stocks of new products in the headquarters to "promote". It would definitely win hearts of customers taking the pain to visit them.
I had the same experience too.
The lest they could have done was to let you demo some products and provide catalogues.
07-06-2009, 11:21 PM #41
[quote=niteeshs;1205758]I do not agree to this remark. Note that companies exists because of their customers and if you treat customers who come to visit you in such a way then either you must have a very good product that everyone is compelled to buy (e.g. gasoline, etc.) or be ready to lose customers.
Niteeshs, what you said "companies exists because of their customers " is correct....SOTX very appreciate what their customers' support. Any customers come to their office are warmly welcomed...I think tanleels should make a clarification there since SOTX never received information that he/she would come to their OFFICE....
For your information, SOTX havenot any products in their office except for few samples...So if any customers want to buy products, SOTX would recommend them to buy from local specialty shops or local agents/ dealers
To be sure,SOTX are very glad to provide catalogues to their customers and treat them tea when they visited their office....
07-06-2009, 11:41 PM #42
hi sandy, why do you up-size n underline my name??? WHY???
it is very rude u know...
i have already let the matter rest n have not responsed to any posting/s... why do u have to highlight my name again?
07-07-2009, 01:12 AM #43
07-08-2009, 01:21 AM #44
Wonder if they still have the BERLIN PASSION Series Line? A friend bought mine years back and heard had won a lot of tourneys with it and still in good condition.
10-04-2009, 04:11 PM #45
if everyone went to the distributor or the head office to find a discount and it worked... what would be the point of having local shops and retailers. by going to the manufacturer you are cutting out the middlemen and thus... they lose a business transaction and that means that they make less money for the day. less money means that they cant buy other things and if everyone else started doing that.... doesn't seem right. you know, that situation times 10,000 people...
lots of money lost, and which means that jobs could be lost and then we start going into recessions, people go hungry, people get depressed and desperate and then inflation happens. it's an economic disaster. so... uh... i'm flaming at you, i'm just explaining why they didn't serve you and it was for the greater GOOD.
so understand that sotx was not rude or wasn't trying to serve or wasn't trying to have preference on large quantity buyers over you, it's just that... it wouldn't be good for the economy.
ramble ramble... i'm bored.
10-04-2009, 09:03 PM #46
Dell is the one of the few who sell direct to customers. But then you have to buy online and wait... You dont get to visit a Dell office or factory to see their products.
Also, if you buy from a Sony showroom for a Discman, etc, you will have to buy more because they cannot undercut their reseller.
10-06-2009, 03:32 PM #47
SOTX has many new rackets however... the woven series seems to be superior so far.... in my experience
10-06-2009, 07:27 PM #48
It would be much better business if the SOTX Headquarters Professionally guided and directed you to the nearest Sales Outlet. Some Discounts will even make your pursuit much worthwhile!
10-07-2009, 10:16 AM #49
10-09-2009, 04:52 AM #50
Can any one please message me the contact number for Mr Lim, I would like to go and check the place out. I had bought 1 SOTX entry level racket (STIG), to be frank, quite like the racket, hoping to get another one and hopefully a much cheaper one for woven lol ... Please message me privately, thank you.
10-09-2009, 08:54 PM #51
tried DM-woven 001 yet?
anybody tried the new DM-woven 001 yet? How dose the 001 compare to the original woven 11/11A or woven 7? Is the 001 in new grommet system or still in the same old grommet system?
I want to know the maneuverbility, stiffness and power of 001 compare to the w11 or w7.
thanks in advance
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