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    Exclamation Verification of LN N80 Woods [Pics][URGENT]

    Just bought a LN N80 back home today, got it at SGD $280 as i was a regular patron of the store, and the boss gave me a discount. Retail price was SGD $380 before the discount.

    Since the Verification site "www.li-ning.com/fwcx" is no longer in existence, I cant use the Verification code from the Racket's sticker to Verify that my racket is a Genuine.

    Here are the Pics for LN Experts to have a look. Will respond to requests for more Pics on any specific area of the Racket. Cheers
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    Ask him if you get a refund if it is found to be not genuine. Win-Win

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    I've gotten a NS9900 from that same store a year ago, which is definately Genuine. I dont think he would sell Fake rackets.... However this time round, the $100 Discount raised a brow for me. Playing safe here. The racket came with a Verification code which i have to scratch it off before revealing the code, but the Verification website's gone. Just playing safe

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    Hi admin, pls kindly delete this thread. Noticed that I posted in wrong section. Thks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ch00q1anw31 View Post
    I've gotten a NS9900 from that same store a year ago, which is definately Genuine. I dont think he would sell Fake rackets.... However this time round, the $100 Discount raised a brow for me. Playing safe here. The racket came with a Verification code which i have to scratch it off before revealing the code, but the Verification website's gone. Just playing safe
    S$100 discount for the N80 is in line with Li Ning discounts. This should not make you suspicious.

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    ic... then i think i'm pretty much or less convinced that this racket is a genuine. But god why did LN remove the verification page ?!!?!?!?
    I still have a 1% doubt that my racket is a fake, due to the verification process removed by Li Ning. Oh god why.

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    can you post more picture at the T-head section, wish i could help you

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    Look real for me you got a bargain...looking to buy 1 at that price too.

    But very hard to find a bargain of Lining in Malaysia...

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    Here you go as requested
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    looks legit =)
    wondering about your MP logo at the cap there, is it black or it's hollow?

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    It's purple, actually =)
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    Is real, racket looks good , the code is imprinted as well , enjoy !

    if it is a fake, the paint job would not be as good as that (quality of paint is slightly different)

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    does the colour change when you change the angle of seeing it?

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    If you understand mandarin,
    you can go to china badminton bbs,
    I saw a thread there posting review of original LiNing N80 with high resolution picture.
    you can compare yours and that one to verify again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ch00q1anw31 View Post
    ic... then i think i'm pretty much or less convinced that this racket is a genuine. But god why did LN remove the verification page ?!!?!?!?
    I still have a 1% doubt that my racket is a fake, due to the verification process removed by Li Ning. Oh god why.
    They still have the verification page, but only in Chinese
    http://www.li-ning.com.cn/html/info/li-ning/fwcx/

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    If the quality is superb than no need to worry,

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