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    Quote Originally Posted by sx5rr View Post
    hi, can you check authenticy for this racket:

    Serial 8852121
    Cone Code
    280882CH

    its this auction:
    http://cgi.ebay.de/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?...:X:RTQ:DE:1123

    btw, i got the codes from the seller, you won't find it in the description. ty
    100% fake/ falsch

    "Der Nummer des Schlägers beginnt mit CH und ist das beste was Yonex zur Zeit anbietet." Yeah right!
    Last edited by demolidor; 03-13-2009 at 10:21 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sx5rr View Post
    hi, can you check authenticy for this racket:

    Serial 8852121
    Cone Code
    280882CH

    its this auction:
    http://cgi.ebay.de/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?...:X:RTQ:DE:1123

    btw, i got the codes from the seller, you won't find it in the description. ty
    I am inclined to believe this is a fake. Please see the top post in this thread or below:

    I have checked in the information of your Yonex
    1) Arcsaber 10 shaft Serial:8116021; Cone Code:041283TH (date=04 Dec 2008);
    The racket in question above was made almost 4 months after yours but has a considerably lower shaft serial. The serials have been confirmed as legit by leeshim. This means the racket you are considering buying is a fake. Please stay away from it.

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    Authenticity check on NS7700, Cone Code: 150673UK, Serial: 6963444?
    Thnx!

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    Dan Stevens,
    thank you so much ... i will

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    Quote Originally Posted by sx5rr View Post
    Dan Stevens,
    thank you so much ... i will
    Not a problem. I'd rather spend a short while of my time checking a racket out than know someone bought a fake when I had the opportunity to notify them of the authenticity (or lack of it) of the racket.

    Quote Originally Posted by Elitany View Post
    Authenticity check on NS7700, Cone Code: 150673UK, Serial: 6963444?
    Thnx!
    Looks OK. UK codes don't tend to be fake either, there shouldn't be any problem with that racket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dargarian View Post
    racket model: Arc Saber 10
    shaft serial: 7494731
    cone code : 180282JP
    source : Ebay ,Maylam 99
    price : $125.00

    http://cgi.ebay.com/NEW-Yonex-ArcSaber-10-JP-Red-65Ti-Badminton-Racket_W0QQitemZ250376322234QQcmdZViewItemQQptZLH_ DefaultDomain_0?hash=item250376322234&_trksid=p328 6.c0.m14&_trkparms=66%3A4|65%3A10|39%3A1|240%3A131 8



    The shaft serial looks a tiny bit sketchy, but I need a second opinion.

    otherwise, I'll be getting http://cgi.ebay.com/YONEX-BADMINTON-...742.m153.l1262
    Could someone have a look at the first one (first link) that he mentioned, I'm somewhat interested in it if it's real.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hybridragon View Post
    Could someone have a look at the first one (first link) that he mentioned, I'm somewhat interested in it if it's real.
    No need to look since it's Maylam99, a known counterfeit seller.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    No need to look since it's Maylam99, a known counterfeit seller.
    Thanks for the info, much appreciated.

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    I was surfing around ebay and found this (probably fake but can always use a second opinion)

    http://shop.ebay.com/merchant/fg4878...Q_fromZQQ_mdoZ

    Selling a bunch of rackets in sets of 2 for USD 88

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    Quote Originally Posted by ercpeace View Post
    I was surfing around ebay and found this (probably fake but can always use a second opinion)

    http://shop.ebay.com/merchant/fg4878...Q_fromZQQ_mdoZ

    Selling a bunch of rackets in sets of 2 for USD 88
    Yeah, you can be 99.99999999999999999999999999999999999999999% sure they are fake, no-one would choose to make such a huge loss selling those rackets.

    On a aside note, I believe I have just uncovered one of the first fake Nanospeed 9900s (here). So from now on, be more careful when buying your NS9.9K. Oh and ROFL at the how to distinguish between genuine and clone strings guide. How ironic for a seller of fake rackets to write a guide like that.

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    so, im pretty sure that ieBro or whatever his screen name was isnt a trusted ebay racket seller
    i thought he might be better than some of the other fake sellers (since he does say if its a clone or not, not that i was going to buy one from him)
    are those guides even accurate?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ercpeace View Post
    so, im pretty sure that ieBro or whatever his screen name was isnt a trusted ebay racket seller
    i thought he might be better than some of the other fake sellers (since he does say if its a clone or not, not that i was going to buy one from him)
    are those guides even accurate?
    I've no idea whether he's a "good" fake seller or not but consider this, whatever fake you buy, it's still a fake so surely this makes all fake sellers as bad as whoever you buy from, you're not getting the genuine racket. The recommended max tension in the NS9.9K listing was 32LBs which is massive. I wonder how it would cope at those tensions and if I had £46 to spare, I'd be a little tempted to buy one and see if it could take those tensions. The sadistic part of me would want to see it break a.)Because I would be getting a fake off the Earth and b.)When rackets break, it's kinda cool.

    I suppose admitting that they're fake is a measure that may prevent unaware people buying a fake but at the end of the day, producing fake rackets is still wrong. Some Apacs rackets mimic Yonex but never pretend to be the real deal. Fakes however, try to use the Yonex name. My advice, don't bother, save your money, get a genuine Yonex and enjoy!

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    hi all, pls help.

    nanospeed 9000 X CH coded on UK ebay.

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Yonex-badminti...QQcmdZViewItem

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    Quote Originally Posted by sudirman View Post
    hi all, pls help.

    nanospeed 9000 X CH coded on UK ebay.

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Yonex-badminti...QQcmdZViewItem
    Fake because of the wrong grip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danstevens View Post
    I've no idea whether he's a "good" fake seller or not but consider this, whatever fake you buy, it's still a fake so surely this makes all fake sellers as bad as whoever you buy from, you're not getting the genuine racket. The recommended max tension in the NS9.9K listing was 32LBs which is massive. I wonder how it would cope at those tensions and if I had £46 to spare, I'd be a little tempted to buy one and see if it could take those tensions. The sadistic part of me would want to see it break a.)Because I would be getting a fake off the Earth and b.)When rackets break, it's kinda cool.

    I suppose admitting that they're fake is a measure that may prevent unaware people buying a fake but at the end of the day, producing fake rackets is still wrong. Some Apacs rackets mimic Yonex but never pretend to be the real deal. Fakes however, try to use the Yonex name. My advice, don't bother, save your money, get a genuine Yonex and enjoy!
    Thats true, but i was a little more interested in those guides he made and whether they were even accurate or not.

    Anyway can anyone please help me see if this code is real or not?

    ArcSaber 10
    7031468, 201182ch

    thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by ercpeace View Post
    Thats true, but i was a little more interested in those guides he made and whether they were even accurate or not.

    Anyway can anyone please help me see if this code is real or not?

    ArcSaber 10
    7031468, 201182ch

    thanks
    I had a look at the guides and TBH, I'm not sure. I have never taken a fake pack of strings and compared them to a genuine pack of strings (I've never seen a fake pack of strings for any length of time). My advice, spend a few pence more, buy from a reputable shop. I have to go out right now but I'll try and deal with the serial later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ercpeace View Post
    Thats true, but i was a little more interested in those guides he made and whether they were even accurate or not.

    Anyway can anyone please help me see if this code is real or not?

    ArcSaber 10
    7031468, 201182ch

    thanks
    Back from school

    I'd say it's fake, the shaft serial should be 80***** for a date around that time (20th November 2008). In fact, Leeshim verified an Arc10 made on the 11th of November earlier today. Its serial began with 805.

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