Asian Kfactor 90 in Hong Kong

sunflowerhx

Rookie
To all,

Can someone confirm whether this racket is available in HK yet?
Got some relatives coming over next month, so thinking of getting them to pick one up for me.

Also how much and where to get one?
Thanks
 

jmk2888

Semi-Pro
To all,

Can someone confirm whether this racket is available in HK yet?
Got some relatives coming over next month, so thinking of getting them to pick one up for me.

Also how much and where to get one?
Thanks
It's available in Korea already can't see why not.

I have a friend that is left this morning from Korea, and he help me pick up a Asian Spec K90 for $213.00 U.S. Dollars.

Be careful in HK for Fakes, there are lots of them.........

If I don't like it I can always sell for the same price I bought it for.
 
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StunLock

Semi-Pro
why dont you call your relatives and let them ask the pro shops? better yet, just call the pro shops yourself from wherever you are. also some people on these boards have bought k90 from singapore, i dont see why its not available in hk.
 
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saving76ryan

Guest
Yup, I just gotten my K90 in Singapore. They arrive few days back.. Nice price too.. Bought it for less than 150USD including Luxilon string.. but the paint job quality really sucks

Cheers
 
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saving76ryan

Guest
Singapore only gotten the asian version. limited stick. oni 60pcs arrive in singapore from what i heard.. so there may be oni a few pcs left out there.

cheers..
 

Rookie

Rookie
It's available in Korea already can't see why not.

I have a friend that is left this morning from Korea, and he help me pick up a Asian Spec K90 for $213.00 U.S. Dollars.

Be careful in HK for Fakes, there are lots of them.........

If I don't like it I can always sell for the same price I bought it for.
Fakes are not that common in HK. Are you referring China? 8 out of 10 are fakes.

Actually, the K-90 is available, but it selling HK$1800 (US$230), really too much. As the supply is really limited, even the 2 famous pro-shops only are allocated 2-3pcs only. Wait for a while, I guess the price will drop to around HK$1200 (US$150) soon.
 

lioneldude

Rookie
Available in Queensway in Singapore. At S$248 (US$155 approx) asian version, 320grams, 9 pts HL. Yes paint quality is a little bad, i think i must have hit the frame or rattled the frame and small micro sized chips in the paint appeared already.
 

timm

New User
To all,

Can someone confirm whether this racket is available in HK yet?
Got some relatives coming over next month, so thinking of getting them to pick one up for me.

Also how much and where to get one?
Thanks
sunflowerhx, its available in hong kong, 320g. it cost $1800 hkd. you can literally get one in any sports shop in hong kong.
 

tennis_hand

Hall of Fame
you should make sure you want it. although it is lighter, it is more head heavy at 9 points unstrung. That'd be 6 points strung HL. while the US version is 12 points unstrung and 9 points strung HL.
 

sunflowerhx

Rookie
you should make sure you want it. although it is lighter, it is more head heavy at 9 points unstrung. That'd be 6 points strung HL. while the US version is 12 points unstrung and 9 points strung HL.

Thats strange, I have both the Asian Tour 90 and Asian ncode 90 which are 8.8 and 9pts HL respectively. They weigh 315g and 320g which is comparable with the Asian K90.
 
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BreakPoint

Bionic Poster
Thats strange, I have both the Asian Tour 90 and Asian ncode 90 which are 8.8 and 9pts HL respectively. They weigh 315g and 320g which is comparable with the Asian K90.
But he is talking about STRUNG. The Asian nCode 90 and the Asian K90 are 320g UNSTRUNG and are listed as 9 pts. HL UNSTRUNG. If that is accurate, they would be much less HL when strung.

I have to say, though, that my Asian nCodes feel more HL than 6 pts. HL when strung. I suspect that they are more than 9 pts. HL when unstrung as listed on the specs. I estimate more like 7-8 pts. HL when strung.
 
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