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is this nanospeed 9.9k real?

Discussion in 'Identify Fake Racket (Price/Source/Serial/Photos a' started by GTAveteran, Dec 8, 2009.

  1. GTAveteran

    GTAveteran Regular Member

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    The racket is genuine.
     
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    anyone else have an opinion
     
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    The lazer etched serial number looks correct for the time period these are produced in. Fakes tend to be stamped numbers not etched.
     
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    LD rules! Regular Member

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    your racket is genuine
     
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    Not an expert by any means.. I thought lasered serial number is no longer a good benchmark for identification of fake YY rackets. This racket has a hologram sticker covering the distribution code, should that not be a cause for concern? None of the YY rackets I bought in Canada has the serial number partially covered. Just a thought.
     
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    The serial number is a good indication but it will not work all the time. Thats why leeshim always suggest to check cosmetics etc after he confirms that the serial/date code is legitimate. On a side note, the sticker should not exist on CD coded rackets. I know SP coded rackets have them and possibly other distribution codes in Asia may carry it as well. I'll let other members point that out.
     
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    this racket is genuine....
     
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    this racket is real
     
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    Racket looks genuine.
     
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    Considering there is a PBSI sticker on there it's fairly obvious this is not a CD coded racket. The holographic sticker, I believe, is sunrise's which is an authorized Yonex distributor.
     

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