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Plz help identify this Yonex Voltric Z-Force

Discussion in 'Identify Fake Racket (Price/Source/Serial/Photos a' started by babibum, Sep 18, 2012.

  1. babibum

    babibum Regular Member

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    Hi fellow BCers,

    I found Good resources and read-up on Yonex verification and pretty sure on my newly bought racket, but I just need extra assurance and guidance from you guys who have much more experience to identify my newly bought Voltric Z-Force.

    I peeled off the sunrise sticker on the cone to get the cone serial number, as such:

    Shaft Code: 3613926

    Cone Code: 090722SP

    Attached are pictures of grommets, buttcap, and the bag.

    Thank you fellow BCers for your help in advance,
     

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    babibum Regular Member

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    Can anyone shed some light on this plz? :crying:
     
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    for me , the butt cap looks weird , the logo yonex position seems a little bit higher than the normal logo
     
  4. babibum

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    Thanks for reply apache. I think it is because of the angle when I took the photo. But I checked against another picture in another thread, it looks the same, even the small pixels on the bottom part of the triangle exists on both triangle. I can retake a photo if needed for verification.http://www.badmintoncentral.com/for...-Force-SP-genuine-or-fake..-please-helpThanks, looking forward to other appraisals.
     
  5. babibum

    babibum Regular Member

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    No one is willing to share their expertise? :crying:

    I have read through the threads on how to identify, but I just need some expert opinions.

    Thanks,
     
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    Bag looks good to me. As what apache said butt cap look higher than normal. Since you have got this racket for so long, try it at the court and you'll know ;D
     
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    babibum Regular Member

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    Thanks Lit for the comment, but I think the higher position is due to the angle when I took the photo. I can retake the photo if needed. I checked against other photos for the proportion, I find it the same: the position of the triangles and the circles.

    I have been using the racket for couple weeks now. I love it.:D
     
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    Good to hear that from members buying genuine products!
     

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