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Can any experts please confirm this NS9900 real?

Discussion in 'Identify Fake Racket (Price/Source/Serial/Photos a' started by nz2010, Jun 10, 2010.

  1. nz2010

    nz2010 Regular Member

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    racket model: Yonex Nanospeed 9900
    shaft serial: 8826889
    cone code : 211092SP
    source : friend who bought online from e78
    price: $NZ 280

    I think the serial and code is fine but not 100% sure. Is it possible to have 2 rackets with the same cone code but different sharp code? Any comments welcome! cheers
     
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    ryim_ Regular Member

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    e78 is a reputable store...no need to worry!
     
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    nz2010 Regular Member

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    Thanks for your reply. I found this info on the forum

    Originally Posted by leegogogo888
    racket model: Yonex ARCSABER Z SLASH
    shaft serial: 8829241
    cone code : 211092SP
    source : gift
    price : -

    As you can see the cone code is the same as my racket! So it possible to have 2 rackets with the same cone code but different sharp code?
     
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    demolidor Regular Member

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    Did you think they only make one racquet a day? :p
     
  5. nz2010

    nz2010 Regular Member

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    I think same manufacture date is normal but why the last digit number 2 also same? So do you know the last digit i.e. 2 stand for?
     
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    Im no expert, but the last digit on the cone is likely to be a batch or lot or factory number. Its a mistery :)
     
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    So by just basing on the codes, your racket is legit.
     
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    Thanks all for the comments. cheers
     

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