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li-ning n70 is fake or genuine ?

Discussion in 'Identify Fake Racket (Price/Source/Serial/Photos a' started by aminninja, Apr 30, 2012.

  1. aminninja

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    no one can help me identify it ?
     
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    Based on those pictures it looks genuine to me. If you don't mind, post one more picture of the 12 o'clock logo that says PCF Reinforcing Technology for me just for max confirmation.
     
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    thank goodness for that. here some of the 12 o;clock position . hope you can really confirm its is genuine .

    have a nice day:D
     
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    I was 99.99% sure it was genuine and now I'm 100%. The 12 o'clock reinforcing technique words must look thin to the point it looks laser printed. Your camera couldn't even capture it but if use your naked eye you can see that the letters are not solid strokes, but have tiny gaps. Next time you get it strung, make sure you get them to fix that grommet at the top as its popping out. If you use your fingers carefully right now, you can probably push it back in a bit :)
     

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