Store Profile: mybadmintonstore.com

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  1. badmintony

    badmintony Regular Member

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    ...a dozen times over:) I just wished Mr. Chan can somehow figure out a way how to make some of their items more reasonable.

    I've checked with racquetforce and e78shop, both HK shops and they have some really good prices on a lot of items. And they're 100% reliable as well.
     
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    MBS prices include PayPal transaction fees, whereas e78 and racquetforce don't. When you finally add up the prices and fees, MBS is only around 2% more.

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  3. badmintony

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    For me it depends on how much is that 2%. In my case, if I'm going to order let's say a Jetspeed 12 from MBS, with the best option for delivery straight to where I'm at, I I'd be spending something like $28 more than if I'm ordering from e78 shop, both shops in HK. That amount is a big deal for me which I can spend extra on strings, grips, etc. Screen Shot 2017-07-31 at 12.18.13 PM.png Screen Shot 2017-07-31 at 12.21.36 PM.png

    Even assuming I'd be in HK when I buy the racket by visiting the store, MBS lists the JS 12 at $182 while e78shop has it for only something like $135.
     
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    Hi guys, I am going to HK this april, and I want to know whether MBS still stocking their no branded carbon woven racket or not? That is the only racket that I want to try (rarely playing these days, so I want to buy somethibg cheaper than usual)
     

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