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ArcSaber Z-Slash Check

Discussion in 'Identify Fake Racket (Price/Source/Serial/Photos a' started by Berylac, Feb 18, 2011.

  1. Berylac

    Berylac Regular Member

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    Hi,

    I just bought a ArcSaber Z-Slash. I bought it for $299 Singapore Dollars. Please help me to check. =)

    Name: ArcSaber Z-Slash
    Shaft Code: 9364444 [This code was found on the Shaft]
    Shaft Alphabets: SP
    Handle Code: [All I can see was two number 17 and others have been taped by a sticker and it's very hard to remove it.]

    There's another sticker pasted on it and I have removed it. The sticker stated:

    S1871996
    Behind it, S1857373 [Inversed manner]

    It was from Japan, can anyone help me to verify this racket if it's authentic?

    Thank you =)

    Regards,
    Berylac
     
  2. Avenger

    Avenger Regular Member

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    so.. what is the cone code?
    you need to check the cone code so we can identify it for you
     
  3. Berylac

    Berylac Regular Member

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    Hi,

    There's a hologram attached to it and covered the cone code. I can't remove it, it's too hard.

    Is there another way to check it?

    Thanks,

    Regards,
    Berylac
     
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    Avenger Regular Member

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    nope, without cone code we cannot help you

    also who said that your arcsaber is from japan?
    if the shaft has sp that's definitely SP racket or maybe fake racket
    japan distribution racket must have JP on the CONE and don't have SP on the shaft
     
  5. Berylac

    Berylac Regular Member

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    Hi,

    It has a " SP " sign on the shaft and it says that it is from Japan on the bottom cap of the cone.

    Regards,
    Berylac
     
  6. Avenger

    Avenger Regular Member

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    oh that's what you mean
    all high end yonex would be made in Japan (I thought you are saying it is from Japan means the seller said it is a JP code racket)


    nope, you need to remove those logo before we can help you to identify your racket
    is it Sunrise logo or PBSI logo?
     
  7. Berylac

    Berylac Regular Member

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    Hi,

    There's Sunrise Logo which is the Hologram and there's a PBSI Logo on the cone too.

    Regards,
    Berylac
     
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    The only option is to remove the logo
    If you don't want or you cannot, leave it, and hopefully it is real

    P.S: is it removing the Sunrise sticker will void the guarantee?
    if not, remove it straight away. it is better to know that your racket is real rather than being worried that it is fake
    if it will void your guarantee then.. I don't know

    *after you remove it and got the cone code
    please post it here:
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/for...No-eBay-Enquiries)-Read-Post-1-First!/page742
     
  9. Berylac

    Berylac Regular Member

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    Hi,

    No. The reasons why I didn't remove is because it's too hard to be removed. Secondly, I have re-gripped and the grip has covered the Sunrise and the cone codes. Is it possible if I place the pictures here for you to see?

    Thanks!

    Regards,
    Berylac
     
  10. RSLvictorSOTX

    RSLvictorSOTX Regular Member

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    Hi, they are all Japanese made, so to speak. It's only a matter of distribution codes: GP, GR, JP, IP, SP, CN, etc. Only the lower end makes has the Taiwan or China letters on the butt. ArcZS must definitely have a Japan lettered on the butt.
     

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