Yumo Pro Shop

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  1. Momotarotaro

    Momotarotaro Regular Member

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    Hi,

    Has anyone ever bought racquets from Yumo Pro Shop?
    Do they sell fakes?

    Thanks!
     
  2. iAsianGuy

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    they dont sell fake rackets. They are all real, i have some 1 from them. Although they are a little overpriced, you could find a better priced racket somewhere else.
     
  3. Primpey

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    You can ask them to price match/beat a local competitor. Also, if you pay cash, you can avoid paying tax. Price-matching/beating goes for a lot of stores as well but I'm not too sure about the tax part for the others.

    Sorry for if I'm bumping an old thread btw
     
  4. john1994

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    where can i buy cheaper price? any shop sell cheap?
     
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    In order of what I believe has the cheapest pricing (from my experiences):

    Tad's Sporting Goods (Downtown)
    Topline Sports (Richmond/Oakridge)
    All-Court Sports (Sunrise-Hastings)
    Rackets and Runners (Arbutus)
    Yumo Pro Shop (Richmond)
    Special Edition (Metrotown)
    Many badminton centres (Metro-Vancouver)

    For anyone who knows of more places, please add on! :)
     
  6. john1994

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    Well the price seem to all the same, I check, is there anyone here have nanoray z speed, I have a spare voltric z force 2 new for trade.
     
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    Have you been inside Tad's? They have an ungodly amount of hidden gems; got SHB-01MX for $70.
     
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    now that you say that. I have to go visit Tad's now
     
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    ok so tad is the cheapest?
     
  10. Primpey

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    I would say so, but the service is lacking. Topline would gladly price match what you've found at Tad's (with proof of course). Tad's sometimes doesn't have price-tags on their gear so I'd e-mail them first to save yourself the trip if you live decently far from DT. If you're looking for a racquet, and you're looking at a high-end racquet say the ZF2 for example, they'll string it for free with literally ANY string they have in stock!
     
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    Ok thanks.
     
  12. ahcash

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    I usually go to Yumo Pro shop for all my badminton needs. Service is excellent. They are not the cheapest but the shop owner always look after me when I am there. (especially if you are the regulars).
     
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    Sorry for mas question. Just want to make sure. I'm very curious with Yumo Pro Shop and planning to buy Yonex Duora 10. Do they sell genuine yonex rackets? :) Thanks!
     
  14. Tedski

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    Yes, they are legit and have a physical location In Vancouver (Richmond) BC which I have purchased multiple authentic Yonex and Victor racquets from. Hope it helps.
     
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    I just went to their shop last week and they are excellent. All legit just like what Tedski said.
     
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    Thank you! :)
     
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    we've bought a racquet from yumo,too. Bought a nice apacs for my cute little wife. I don't know of anyone else who sells apacs around here. the shops(!ha!) in Victoria have never heard of apacs and could care less. Anyhow, they seemed like a just-starting-out, small business run by a fan and player of the sport. Quite decent people.
     
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    They have grown so much now, so much selections. they have like almost every yonex, victor racket in stock , if not ordering takes less than a week to arrive. they also carry black knight and karakal now. website keeps updating with products badminton related topics on their blog which is very informational. they even have a yumotube channel.
     

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