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Is my new Arcsaber7 genuine ?

Discussion in 'Identify Fake Racket (Price/Source/Serial/Photos a' started by primar, Jun 15, 2010.

  1. primar

    primar Regular Member

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    AS7 - 9250003/300304GR

    Thanks for answer!

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    *bought from autorized yonex dealer 14.6.2010, upgraded grip and bg80 for free.
     
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    why are you worried if you bought from authorized dealer?
     
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    just take a pic of grommet at 12 o'clock direction please
     
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    300304GR - Because im not sure if this is right date-code, like guys answered in other as7 posts..
     
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    Yes it is legit.
     
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    it's fine. Date code is March 30, 2010 and the serial matches.

    The other thing is that the case is the authentic woven style case. 99% of the fake rackets, regardless of how authentic they look, usually come in cheap plastic cases.
     
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    Thanks for answers :)
     
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    My lovely ArcSaber 7...
    Germany Version...
    I'm not quite sure, I think its genuine...
    I can distingish CH version... But Gr version,,,I am not quite sure...
    I cant see the details...From the painting job, I guess...
    By the way, how much is your 7?
    My 7 is RMB 1,500...
     
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    It's genuine, but already returned to the shop :)
     
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    It was bought for 130 EUR discount, normally for 155 EUR.
     
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    155 Euro ≈ 1500 RMB。。。
     

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