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Jumat, 25 Maret 2011

dapat lagi , raket tenis kayu merk " dunlop "

ada sablon logo sakura di bagian atas nya

maxply dunlop antique wooden racquet

total punya 2bj dengan merk dan kondisi yang sama sempurna nya... tertarik ??

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kalau yang ini raket badminton jadoel

yoneyama antique badminton racquet

In 1946, Minoru Yoneyama founded Yoneyama Company, Ltd., a producer of wooden floats for fishing nets. His wood crafting business thrived until modern advancements - namely plastic floats - forced the company out of the float business. At this time, frustrated by being pushed aside by advanced technology, Yoneyama vowed never again to be left behind technologically. Thus, he began a commitment that eventually led to innovations in the world of golf, tennis, and badminton. Relying on strengths in wood crafting, the Yoneyama Company evolved into manufacturing badminton racquets in 1957 under other brand names.

In 1961, the first "Yoneyama" brand badminton racquet was introduced. Two years later, Yoneyama Trading, Ltd., was established in Tokyo to distribute the racquets internationally.The company's commitment to innovation attracted significant attention in 1969 when Yoneyama introduced the world's first aluminum badminton racquet, the #700. Today, Yonex is the leading distributor worldwide of badminton racquets with over 80% of competitive players using the equipment.

In 1969, Yoneyama Company diversified into the tennis racquet industry.

In 1973, the company's new "YY" logo, the blue and green color combinations, were introduced and soon were a familiar sight on badminton and tennis courts around the globe. One year later, the company and brand name was changed to Yonex.

In 1980, Yonex commitment to innovation brought exciting changes to tennis racquet manufacturing with the introduction of the R-series. The R-1 was the world's first square or "isometric" tennis racquet and the super light R-7 was the first tennis racquet to win both the French Open and Wimbledon. Following the successful use of lightweight materials to build racquets, Yonex began to explore similar applications in golf clubs. Yonex decided to introduce the world's first all-graphite head driver, the Carbonex II. This was followed by the first graphite headed iron, aptly named the Carboniron.

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