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Fake arcsaber Z-slash

Discussion in 'Identify Fake Racket (Price/Source/Serial/Photos a' started by Tie juetsue, Jan 26, 2010.

  1. Tie juetsue

    Tie juetsue Regular Member

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    Look at it from this link!

    http://sportales.com/sports/fake-badminton-racket/

    I brought it of ebay for 20 pound thats around 32 dollars. For all to observe what a fake arc saber z-salsh is like!:)

    It is heavier than my isometric 830, which i brought for 12 pounds. You can see this from the last picture from the link!
     
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    kooixh Regular Member

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    fake it is been made
    20-72-2006
     
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    Mark A Regular Member

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    It could be from the future - the 72nd month of 2006 is December 2011...
     
  4. Tie juetsue

    Tie juetsue Regular Member

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    lol good thinking
     
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    ... he said in his first post that it was fake so why state the obvious again?

    Nice novelty piece though and maybe good for a beginner who doesn't have much power due to the chances of low quality control (if any) ending up with a broken racket.
     

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