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    Default Li-ning N90 II Please tell me if it genuine guys

    It does not have serial number at the T joint. Please any feedback will be appreciate. Thanks.


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    It is quite confusing and not enough info for Genuine N90 II. No one has any opinion? I also has another N90 II also absolutely no idea how legitimate is it. Here is the pictures, please give me some feedback
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    The pic at post #1 is old batch(old Li Ning logo).
    Pic at post #2 is ne batch(new Logo).

    To check, you can get your serial number under the li ning logo at this pic :
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=104877&d=1312767611

    Scratch the Lining logo, and you'll get the serial number.

    Then, go to this website, and inser your serial number http://www.li-ning.com/fwcx/

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    On genuine Li Ning N90 and N90 II, the golden "LI NING" wording on the cone and most of the minor golden graphical details on the shaft are security-holographic and will reflect a rainbow spectrum when shone under light at varying angles. The counterfeits will just stay statically golden in colour.

    It seems to me both your racquets you shown do have that genuine character, especially at the cone.

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    My opinion ... 1st N90II (old logo) is genuine while the 2nd N90II (new logo) is a fake. Your N90II with new logo have SUNLIGHT hologram sticker ?

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    Thanks Rocker, I do aware of the new and old logo and the website to check serial number.
    With the logos shown we can not tell if the 2 racquet are genuine.
    Serial check I do not believe much because all online li-ning N90 II racquet range from $40US to $250US claim to be genuine by checking serial number on official website.

    By the way both racquets have genuine serial number checked.


    Thanks Blitzzards,
    Racquet #1 I got from a trusted retailer for li-ning.
    Racquet #2 I got from ebay seller big.show414 which every on here well aware of or allways think of as fake racquet seller.

    That is why I am still confuse of the genuine status of these N90 II racquets. Anymore ideas on this issue guys please help to clear my doubts. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocker View Post
    The pic at post #1 is old batch(old Li Ning logo).
    Pic at post #2 is ne batch(new Logo).

    To check, you can get your serial number under the li ning logo at this pic :
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=104877&d=1312767611

    Scratch the Lining logo, and you'll get the serial number.

    Then, go to this website, and inser your serial number http://www.li-ning.com/fwcx/
    As I know, some fake racquet also can be checked using the site given. So I think this site is not the best way to identify fake or genuine racquet. Correct me if Im wrong.

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    Williamgoh, It does not has SUNLIGHT hologram sticker. But is it a hard evidence that it is not genuine? Thanks

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    Ya, actually with SUNLIGHT hologram sticker = original. But without SUNLIGHT hologram sticker doesnt means fake. Anyway, Im saying that your N90II (new logo) is fake because you can see a weak paint-job in your 1st picture (I means the line). Other that that, I think you should compare the gold paint on the racquet ..... any different between these 2 racquet ??? If Im not mistaken a N90II with new logo doesnt have code on the shaft (near the T-joint area). Anybody can give more info about it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pnhoang View Post
    Racquet #1 I got from a trusted retailer for li-ning.
    Racquet #2 I got from ebay seller big.show414 which every on here well aware of or allways think of as fake racquet seller[B].
    Well, it just seems to me that the second racquet had a little bit of holographic detail, but since you have both racquets you are definitely a way better judge than me as someone who is only making indefinite conclusions from the random pictures you posted. The genuine racquet should have a much higher quality holographic detail compared to the counterfeit one.

    I forgot to mention that the sticker at the bottom cap which indicates the grip size can also give an indication to the genuineness of the racquet. The second one's is way too crudely cut and printed compared to the genuine one's.

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    With my naked eyes seriously I can not spot a clear differrent on the paint job on the 2 racquets. If the 2nd one is fake ( I know a lot of ppls saying it is from Bigshow yeah it is fake ) It is a perfect immitation of N90 II. Any other inputs guys, please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blitzzards View Post
    Well, it just seems to me that the second racquet had a little bit of holographic detail, but since you have both racquets you are definitely a way better judge than me as someone who is only making indefinite conclusions from the random pictures you posted. The genuine racquet should have a much higher quality holographic detail compared to the counterfeit one.

    I forgot to mention that the sticker at the bottom cap which indicates the grip size can also give an indication to the genuineness of the racquet. The second one's is way too crudely cut and printed compared to the genuine one's.
    Thanks Blitzzards, I do notice that S2 stickers with the diffrrent fonts too ( racquet #1 seem to be the correct font but I am not sure if #2 racquet with new logo with the new font or not), again it is not a definite prove that 2nd racquet is fake, or is it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pnhoang View Post
    Thanks Blitzzards, I do notice that S2 stickers with the diffrrent fonts too ( racquet #1 seem to be the correct font but I am not sure if #2 racquet with new logo with the new font or not), again it is not a definite prove that 2nd racquet is fake, or is it?
    In fact, it seems to me that the simplest part such as the sticker is actually the hardest for counterfeiters to replicate, for some reason. On every fake Li Ning racquet I have personally handled, the grip size sticker always has a slightly odd look to it especially when you compare it to a Li Ning racquet which you are completely sure if genuine. This is also the same for the Yonex racquets when the weight and grip size specifications were printed on a sticker before 2009. It seems to me that the counterfeiters are just not able to pay enough detailed attention to the simple sticker. Genuine Yonex racquets all have laser inscribed weight and grip size specification on the cone now.

    The other sure fire way to tell the genuineness of a Li Ning racquet is to completely remove the original grip and check the wooden handle. The genuine ones all have a Phillip screw near the top (which screws the wood to the shaft) and also an ink chop which indicates the manufacturing date of the racquet, written in Chinese.

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    The wooden handle would be a good way to identify the fake racquet, but usually we do not go that far to check. I have to say that by looking at the apperance of the #2 racquet I have no clue if it is fake or not regardless of where I got it from. I am still working out the way of identify the li-ning fake racquet. If anyone knows please let us know, it is very helpful to know since these racquets are quite pricy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocker View Post
    The pic at post #1 is old batch(old Li Ning logo).
    Pic at post #2 is ne batch(new Logo).

    To check, you can get your serial number under the li ning logo at this pic :
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/forums/attachment.php?attachmentid=104877&d=1312767611

    Scratch the Lining logo, and you'll get the serial number.

    Then, go to this website, and inser your serial number http://www.li-ning.com/fwcx/
    UPDATE : You can buy a racket on TAOBAO for 150 RMB and the serial on it will pass the verification site. IT IS FAKE. I don't know how they do it but yeah, and also the fake N90 II i bought came at a price of 2k which sounds more right than the one you have sir.

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