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real or fake ns9000s

Discussion in 'Identify Fake Racket (Price/Source/Serial/Photos a' started by Dewy123, Sep 30, 2008.

  1. Dewy123

    Dewy123 Regular Member

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    a ns9000 bought in china, fake or real? srry the pics arent that well taken.
     

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    How much did you bought it ??
     
  3. Dewy123

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    I paid around 100$ cdn after conversion
     
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    The engraved serial/date code suggests that it is genuine but I can be wrong. Can you take a picture of the entire cone?
     
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    ill take a pic of the cone after i get home and post it afterwards
     
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    I'm not an NS expert,but price sounds fake to me.The serial looks correct though.So,which part in china did u bought it?Brand new or second hand?If it's a brand new,then it'll be fake,and if it's a second hand,the chance of it to be real were just 20%.635RMB for a NS9000...it's just so hard to be true.Cheapest price in the chinese net market is around 880rmb for a CH,n it's preety impossible for most of the foreigners to find out.The normal low price in the market for a brand new 9000 is around 1100rmb.Most ppl will sell their 2nd hand 9000 at around 700-900..

    So,if urs r genuine,i might have to congratulate u..since not many ppl can get NS9000 at such a low price,esp if u're a foreigner.
     
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    from the pictures i think it looks pretty real to me
    but i can be wrong also
     
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    I am not a foreigner though, I got it from a badminton friend of mine when i went back to vist china. Thanks for the answers, I just need to make sure it was genuine because i bought it from china and with all the fake rackets flying around one can not be too sure.
     
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    actually does it matters if it is fake or nt? if it can string as usual to 30lbs then wun it be ok?
     
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    If you pay the price of a real racket for a fake then yes it does matter.
     

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