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    Question Yonex Nanospeed 9900JP?

    someone posted a Yonex Nanospeed 9900JP

    has anybody heard of the JP version and what is the current market value?

    The asking price is $150.00 USD

    is this a good buy??

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    what is the cone code and shaft serial?
    $150 is too low for a JP racket most likely it is a fake

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    Here is the pic of the codes...

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    Quote Originally Posted by hell0w0rld View Post
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    Here is the pic of the codes...
    it smells really fishy
    there is not enough evidence since I cannot see the cone code but the shaft serial:
    8788777 is too good to be true

    "88" is usually luck number for chinese (very common
    while "777" is also lucky number
    there are too many JP code racket
    IMO, avoid


    example why I said 88 is suspicious

    Quote Originally Posted by Moonrobin View Post
    Have my eyes on a Voltric 80 that some guy has listed on Kijiji. I'm fairly certain that this is a fake but would like some expert's opinion on it. The serial number is 2885996 and the cone code is 208828JP. I see the "88" as a huge sign as there is no 88 month. In addition, the ad lists the racquet as "NEW", rather than "Genuine"; yet another warning sign. Perhaps the biggest tell-tale sign is that the racquet is listed at $150.00, and with a simple "How about $135?", lowered it even further. From what I've seen, it looks like the genuine version of this racquet retails for around 200USD, 135CAD seems like too much of a discount. The link to the three pictures are posted below:

    http://calgary.kijiji.ca/c-ViewAdLar...1&ImageIndex=1

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    Quote Originally Posted by Avenger View Post
    it smells really fishy
    there is not enough evidence since I cannot see the cone code but the shaft serial:
    8788777 is too good to be true

    "88" is usually luck number for chinese (very common
    while "777" is also lucky number
    there are too many JP code racket
    IMO, avoid


    example why I said 88 is suspicious

    Alright, Thanks for your help!!!

    I'll stay away from this sale for sure.

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