HK Badminton Shop Listing

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  1. Porky

    Porky Regular Member

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    Actually kinda disappointed, didn't find any good deals in HK...I've chk many prices at many shops, I think JB price is better, even Sg some shops have better deals too, the range I saw is also pretty limited....but there is 1 big shop that is not recommended in this thread...it's in the same building as ESL Racquet & Sports...it was on the 5th floor I think. :)
     
  2. Cheung

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    Pretty much within asia, prices are not going to be much different. Margins are already low. There are rental costs to factor in.

    Those from Australia and Europe will find Asia prices very good. Exchange rates count!
     
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    Hi, can anyone recommend a shop in Tai Po Shopping Center in Tai Po Center? I'll be here till next Fri and would like to find a good/reputable shop here. Thanks!
     
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    That might be quite difficult. That area has multiple small stores but usually very few badminton shops. The area is not big enough to support it. You are better off going to one of the other shops listed in this thread. It's not hard to travel out of Taipo centre.
     
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    Yeah, saw a small shop in the shopping plaza, but it was quite small. Thanks.
     
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    There is a small badminton shop at the basement of Richmond Shopping Arcade, which is located at the intersection of Argyle Street and Sai Yee Street in Mong Kok.

    The price is good, but the shop is very tiny.
     
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    Maybe my idea of small is quite diff from the locals here. Have to readjust my descriptions. Hehe
     
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    I was actually surprised at the prices of badminton equipment in HK.

    Very similar to Canada actually but way more selection!

    Got to see the new JS9/10/BAO in HK, kewl
     
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    the shop i described is about 8 feet by 6 feet.
     
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    Pair of shoes in USA selling for $112, I found for $82 in Tai Po.
     
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    I am going to Hong Kong soon, can anyone recommend any good Badminton Shops in Hong Kong please , I'm thinking of purchasing Li Ning rackets + grips & Victor JS10 rackets. Will buy lots of grips, base grip and over grip :rolleyes:
     
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    Kin Yee has moved to Sai Yee Street, near Nelson Street.
     
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    go look up e78 shop in FB, contact mr chan with what u need. his prices and services are very competitive.
     
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    Just got a Yonex NR 750 4UG5 for HK$950 (US$122) from Hippo Sports in Mongkok, very good price and good friendly service, highly recommended.
    I was told NR750 was on special from another store but they sold out 4U. Went to a few other store, all sold out 4U and ranges from HK$1150-HK$1250.
     
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    next time try e78. their price is quite good..

    http://e78.us/index.php?route=product/category&path=69&page=3
     
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    Anyone know where I can get a victor racket for a good price in hk
     
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    there is a shop at Room 1002, 10/F, Wing Yip Commercial Building in Sham Shui Po, at Yen Chow Street.

    tel: 6677 5664
     
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    Just moved to HK from Singapore. Used to buy online from SunriseClick in Singapore but a friend told me they're not so popular in HK. Anybody have any experience/input? Thanks
     

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