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Yonex racket with five digit serial code?

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by kenshinchong, Oct 11, 2003.

  1. kenshinchong

    kenshinchong Regular Member

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    I need help here. I just realised my Yonex racket has a 5 digit serial code. Racket model is Isometric 86VF (Is there even such a model?). The number is 07129 SP. Is it a fake? I'll post pics tomorrow...

    BTW, I am changing a racket. Any recommendations? I like to drop, like to clear and smashes only when neccessary. I currently considering the MP100 and Iso Swing Power. Yonex, Ashaway and Carlton rackets are welcomed. Thanks!
     
  2. ttktom

    ttktom Regular Member

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    if you don't smash alot there's no point getting a Mp 100 as it's designed for smashing very hard. i would suggest a Mp Yonex 33/55/77

    of the Isomectirc Swing Power SX.
     
  3. shiriblue

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    yeah i just noticed mine has a 5 digit number on it too.. and its a yonex iso900
     
  4. kenshinchong

    kenshinchong Regular Member

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    ?

    You noticed that too? I asked and around shops and was told that it was because of the distribution or something like that. They say those are not fakes.
     
  5. LazyBuddy

    LazyBuddy Regular Member

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    I think some old models do have that kind of serial numbers. I saw several cab20 (claims to be 10+ yrs old) and ISO800 (if not mistaken) having short format (did not count) of serial numbers in my clubs.
     

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