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    Hi, can someone advise whether the quotes below are reasonable or not.

    1. Yonex MP77 -- C$175 including tax but unstrung.

    2. Yonex MP99 -- C$190 + taxes and unstrung.

    C = Canadian $

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    Those price are much better than what we get here in US. mp77 is something like $120 USD and mp99 is $185USD. Comparing your price to ours, those are good deals. What's the warranty on them?

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    my friend got his MP77 for 175 as well... but his included shipping and strings strung

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    I got my MP77 from badminton warehouse with original string. I had to restring the racquet because the original strings way too loose. It was like hitting the shuttle with toilet tissues.

    I paid about $120 with $18 restringing fee. I am expecting the racquet + string to last for a long time, like my boron-2 does.

    Ben

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    Originally posted by benfok
    I got my MP77 from badminton warehouse with original string. I had to restring the racquet because the original strings way too loose. It was like hitting the shuttle with toilet tissues.

    I paid about $120 with $18 restringing fee. I am expecting the racquet + string to last for a long time, like my boron-2 does.

    Ben
    USD or CAD?????

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    I think Benfok was quoting in US dollars which will amount to about C$190 give or take.

    I didn't ask about warranty but I've got racquets from the same supplier before and he will exchange racquets for me if they are broken within 6 months or within a reasonable amount of time. I'm not too sure about this but I knew of buyers that have got their strings restrung or racquets exchange for no charge, provided it is manufacturer's fault. I personally only have my string restrung once without charge and neve had the unfortunate situation of breaking my racquets when I bought them in Canada. I did however, had my previous Yonex Aerotus racquets broken 3 times many years ago when I bought them in Singapore.

    So far, I have crashed my MP100 that I've bought here in Canada many times in doubles play and it is still in very good condition.

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