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Fake or Genuine NS9900?

Discussion in 'Identify Fake Racket (Price/Source/Serial/Photos a' started by xxpreoxx, Nov 16, 2010.

  1. xxpreoxx

    xxpreoxx Regular Member

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    I recently purchased an NS9900. It had a barcode and everything on the original plastic packaging which was tightly wrapped and looked genuine. However, i have been doubting if its real because of the serial code, strings, grip, and bag. Tell me what you think. Thanks.

    shaft serial: 7607966
    cone serial: 24070JP
     
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    xxpreoxx Regular Member

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    still trying to figure out how to attach my photos, it isn't allowing me
     
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    where did you buy it and how much?
     
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    if it is from ebay and/or under $150 then it is a fake. also, did you copy the date code / cone serial wrong?
     
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    no it is from ioffer, and i bought it for about 40 :s

    the serial code is exactly as written on the racket.

    and how do i upload photos?
     
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    then it is a fake. you cannot buy a real NS9900 for $40. period.
     
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    xxpreoxx Regular Member

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    thats true, check out these photos, mine are not uploading
    the strings are not black as shown in the photos.

    strings are :Yonex BG65
     
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    refer to your post in this thread.
    Ns9900 was released in 2009 which will carries shaft serial starting 8XXXXXXX.
    refer to the cone code, this racket supposedly manufactured in 20 July 2010, which also carries shaft serial 8XXXXXX.
    looking at your attached webpage, RM75(USD24) for Ns9900? simple common sense, will you sell a USD180++ new authentic Ns9900 at USD24? if yes, i want 2 dozens.
     

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