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    Yonex Overgrip... definatly..

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    The Yonex Super Grap is a overgrip right? Does Yonex make any replacement grips?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgt_Strider
    The Yonex Super Grap is a overgrip right? Does Yonex make any replacement grips?
    Yes, but they are not available in most of areas except in Asia.

    I have used some replacement grips and they certainly the best choice of grips (if you like original grips).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgt_Strider
    The Yonex Super Grap is a overgrip right? Does Yonex make any replacement grips?
    Yes, but they might not be available where you are due to market forces.

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    definitely Yonex SuperGrap.... the polyurethane feels nice.... hahaha...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sgt_Strider
    The Yonex Super Grap is a overgrip right? Does Yonex make any replacement grips?
    i've only seen their towel grips for replacement. none of the other ones.
    but then i'm in alberta, and bc might be bigger with badminton than here... =\

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    i have been using Pointfore Supreme grip lately and i find them really good. tacky unless really sweat soaked and they last quite long. quite a few months already and none of them have worn through yet.

    i have resorted to using bright yellow colored grips from now on. i want to see how disgusting the grip gets. that way i will make sure i change my grip regularly. at US$3.5/3pc it is pretty cheap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluejeff
    Yes, but they are not available in most of areas except in Asia.

    I have used some replacement grips and they certainly the best choice of grips (if you like original grips).
    What are some replacement grips that you have tried and you liked?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun
    i have been using Pointfore Supreme grip lately and i find them really good. tacky unless really sweat soaked and they last quite long. quite a few months already and none of them have worn through yet.

    i have resorted to using bright yellow colored grips from now on. i want to see how disgusting the grip gets. that way i will make sure i change my grip regularly. at US$3.5/3pc it is pretty cheap.
    hi, what's the thickness of the grip?

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    Quote Originally Posted by onegoodsoul
    hi, what's the thickness of the grip?
    medium thickness.

    i have seen thinner overgrip than them, and i have seen thicker ones as well. so they are medium...

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun
    medium thickness.

    i have seen thinner overgrip than them, and i have seen thicker ones as well. so they are medium...
    sounds like they are good stuff...
    did you get them near your place?

    haha, am thinking if it's possible to beg you to help me buy and send it to my fren's place in ithaca, NY...

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    Quote Originally Posted by onegoodsoul
    sounds like they are good stuff...
    did you get them near your place?

    haha, am thinking if it's possible to beg you to help me buy and send it to my fren's place in ithaca, NY...
    it'd more direct if you get them from badmintonalley.com. that's where i got mine.

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    http://cgi.ebay.ca/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?...sPageName=WDVW

    anyone used these grips before?

    =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by onegoodsoul
    Yes, they are very expensive at retail prices. The quality is great (I used it once before) and I think it's quite durable (compaing to others).

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluejeff
    Yes, they are very expensive at retail prices. The quality is great (I used it once before) and I think it's quite durable (compaing to others).
    hi! thanks for the reply! =)

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    No one has really answered my question here. I'm sorry if I'm annoying you with this repetition, but what do you guys suggest for a "good" replacement grip?

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    mine's Pacific Smash Grip,quite durable and i love the soft and tacky feeling.cost me only 2 SGD.

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