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Can anyone help me to identify this Li-NING 90II racket??

Discussion in 'Identify Fake Racket (Price/Source/Serial/Photos a' started by Jenson1992, Sep 20, 2012.

  1. Jenson1992

    Jenson1992 Regular Member

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    PLease help me to identify this Lining N90 II is fake or genuine thax,,
     

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    palo_pali New Member

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    Hi Jenson1992

    In my personal opinion i have a very strong feeling that is fake. I personally own a N90 II classic therefore i might know a thing or two.

    On the shaft of the racket, the words "N90 II" should be in a holographic form, meaning when you tilt the racket under light under certain angles youll see a rainbow like pattern

    hope this helps!
     
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    ok my bad maybe the N90II doesnt come in a holographic form..others please comment on this.
     
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    Palo_pali thanks for your reply,, i already check the serial code that the seller give me and it actually correct,, since you already have it,, can i ask you about the feeling og this racket??
     
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    Hi there, good to know all is well!

    ive recently purchase the N90II Classic (BG-80 24lbs) i must say its a very easy and versatile racket to master if youve been playing badminton for quite awhile. Offensive play on the racket is fantastic, smashes are deadly, birdie control is excellent. Defensive play is also manageable and easy to control (maybe its the BG-80 strings which provide excellent repulsion)

    Overall i would say im very pleased with the N90, hope to hear more from you too!
     
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    oh nice review!! but i haven"t receive the racket yet =("" after i play with my racket i will share the experience with you too! Since u mention the holographic form about the words "N90II",, i had checked many forum but i think u r the 1st one notice that,,can u post some photo about ur racket,,?? let's share with others too!!hahaha!
     
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    Hi!Yeah sure ill post pictures up! Not sure if the holographic is only on the classic, but I've heard the "Li-Ning" word on the cone should come in a holographic form aswell regardless of classic or not
     
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    As promised the photos, sorry if the quality is bad its the best i could do with the lighting.
    That was what i meant by holographic words.
     
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    wow nice pic !! thx for sharing!!=)
     
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    Both are fake Li Ling. Li Ling woods N90 II has no such thing as S_TYPE or CLASSIC !
     
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    Li-Ling woods N90II doesn't have S_TYPE or CLASSIC, but Li-Ning N90II has.
     
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    What's the difference...? I googled it with and without "woods" and they look the same...
     
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    so you found LI-LING racket?
     
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    Haha, didn't even notice the spelling error. But does the "woods" actually make a difference? Or is it the same racket?
     
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