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Identify authenticity Li-Ning N90 II racket

Discussion in 'Identify Fake Racket (Price/Source/Serial/Photos a' started by Bertoun, Sep 26, 2013.

  1. Bertoun

    Bertoun New Member

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    Hello,

    Could you help me to authentify authenticity of this racket Li-ning N90 II.

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    I receive it and take picture. I delete authentification code (don(t know i need it to authentify racket).

    If you need more picture tell me.

    Thanks for your helps.

    Bertrand
     
  2. SBearwk

    SBearwk New Member

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    It is better with more pictures

    But if you look at the shaft, the words "N90 II", and the Lin Dan autograph should be colorful instead of just gold color if you turn the shaft up and down
     
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    where did you buy it and how much?
     
  4. leo11

    leo11 Regular Member

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    something wrong to me. especially with Li Ning new logo (silver) on the cap and serial code on the shaft near T-joint. and it is Li Ning 2nd gen racket.
    looks fake to me. :rolleyes:
     
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    alana07 Regular Member

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    the serial numbers at the t-joint give it away, its a fake.
     
  6. Bertoun

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    i buy an another racket and check the bar code on Li-ning site and it's not a fake.
    Thanks all for your reply.
     
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    Zhun Kit Regular Member

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    this one on the pic is fake.. the 'li ning' at t joint is not in place.. and even with genuine code u cannot be 100% confirm that this is real.. u will have to check the paint job,feel and quality yourself
     

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