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how to tell that u have bought a real li-ning racket?

Discussion in 'Identify Fake Racket (Price/Source/Serial/Photos a' started by BOBDOG9999, Sep 18, 2010.

  1. BOBDOG9999

    BOBDOG9999 New Member

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    i bought a li-ning n90 II in china last month from a li-ning shop at shanghai nan jing road but the problem was when i reach back here in kota kinabalu malaysia alot of pro said that my racket was a fake ??? how is it to dificiate a real li-ning racket have i realy been cheated???:confused:
     
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    Original Li-Ning Racket should have serial no and you can check it out in Li-Ning's website for the confirmation of original products!! Just google bro!! Cheers!!
     
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    can u please give me the link to check the code?:)
     
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    thanks guy for the detail
     
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    the link is also broken from the main website (right at the bottom, 3rd/6 options)
    http://www.e-lining.com/

    send an email to the webmaster if you can write mandarin! :)
     
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    3rd/6

    T.T 3/6 is where? this >>> ?注意事项 or how ?
     
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    gundamzaku Regular Member

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    should have asked the pros why they think it's a fake?
     
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    How do you tell nowadays? I bought an N50II from an authorised dealer in chin but there was no code on it so generally how do you check? And if there still are codes, what about if you're buying second hand?
     
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    Even some of the original Li-Ning racquets look fake. Their grommets look cheap and inconsistent!
     
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    Every N series of lining rackets is able to withstand at stringing tension of 30-32lbs. I have a friend who strings his n90 at 32lbs from the day purchase, last year till date, his racket still remain intact. Conclusion, you can try to string your racket at the same tension to identify genuine racket, i believe a fake one wouldnt be able to be strung at such high tension and will be broken if you do so :)
     
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    I don't think you are right in this one ,even the fake one now can withstand 30+ lbs easily
     

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