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Fake Voltric Z-Force- appreciate help

Discussion in 'Identify Fake Racket (Price/Source/Serial/Photos a' started by SamuraiSlasher, Nov 17, 2013.

  1. SamuraiSlasher

    SamuraiSlasher Regular Member

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    Hi, this is my first post on Badminton Central. I have been on here for about a year without an account looking at posts about all kinds of things.

    I was wondering if anyone could help me at identifying a racket. I was thinking about buying it from a club member. It's a Voltric Z force but I don't know if its real or not because I have never held a Z force before. When he showed me the racket, it felt fake because of the matte finish (I have read about the quality of decals and paint being low on the z force). The serials (to me) look good, and you can barley see them unless you look very hard.

    Extra info: He says that he got it brand new but does not come with the racket bag (this is why I'm suspicious).

    Thanks in advance for helping!!
     

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    yeahehehehe Regular Member

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    It looks fine to me , as i saw from another z force . I hope you can post Shaft Code and Cone Code for verification. Also , look out for the price
     
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    Serial and production date match. So the racket is legit. Have fun with it.
     
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    yeahehehehe Regular Member

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    Lucky if he got it for less than $200 :D
     
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    Thanks for the help!!
     
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    Just my two bits worth, but upon closer inspection, picture 2 and 3 are of two different rackets. Picture #2 with racket on grey surface is a fake as the string pattern/grommets is not that of the Voltric Z Force. Hole A7 (top seventh hole from centre) should be a horizontal string but is not. If you zoom in on picture #3 of racket on wooden bench, you will see that the A7 grommet runs a horizontal cross string, which is the correct pattern for the Voltric ZF.

    Why did you take picture of two different rackets for this exercise..? Very confusing... So yes, picture #2 fake racket, picture #3 real racket.
     

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