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    Default Fake or Real Li Ning N90 III

    Hi guys,

    Would just like to seek the opinions of the friendly people here whether this N90 III is genuine or fake. My friend bought the racket from China (i have no idea which part) and he is wondering if the racket is genuine or fake. Since the both of us could not differentiate whether it's genuine or fake, we hope to seek the 'gurus' here for advise.
    By the way, that is the cover that comes with the racket.

    Thanks all.

    price RMB 2180

    shaft code: 44039KEF 0479 ; on the otder side KST S2
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    other side**

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    Anyone out there can help with this? Will really appreciate it a lot

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    I can't say about the details but it strikes me as odd that the numbers on the shaft are not both from left to right (not both ending on the cone side) but maybe it is normal for Li-Ning?

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    I've been looking at the racket for quite awhile... Seriously have no idea how to differentiate between a fake and genuine Li Ning. But I would really ne happy if someone can tell me which part of the racket I should take a pic to post..

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    fake. there shouldn't be any serial numbers on the shaft.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alana07 View Post
    fake. there shouldn't be any serial numbers on the shaft.
    Not true. Only Li Ning rackets from Sunlight distributor dont have serial numbers on the shaft. Authentic Li Ning rackets bought from China directly will have the serial numbers on both side of the shaft above the cone.
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    Been looking thru the forum and realized that it is really hard to differentiate between a genuine and fake Li Nings. Thanks to all that contributed their opinions really appreciate it.. Hoping to hear more opinions tho.. I can provide additional pictures if needed as well.

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    All I noticed was the advertising paper says N90-II S-Type... not sure why but that doesnt really say anything - they probably used a different one

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    fake, look at the grommets

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    Could u elaborate more.. Really wanna know more about this.. Very intriguing..

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    Surprised you forked out 2180rmb which is almost 380aud which i know i can buy 2 of these for that much

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    Can you take the picture of the cross at 5 and 7 o'clock (left and right of the T joint area)?
    The real one should have a grommet right at the cross intersection, while the fake one is not exactly at the cross intersection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by heeroyuy View Post
    Can you take the picture of the cross at 5 and 7 o'clock (left and right of the T joint area)?
    The real one should have a grommet right at the cross intersection, while the fake one is not exactly at the cross intersection.
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    is this the point u were referring to?

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    Quote Originally Posted by giggle View Post
    fake, look at the grommets
    could u tell me more about how to look at the grommets? would really appreciate it. thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    I can't say about the details but it strikes me as odd that the numbers on the shaft are not both from left to right (not both ending on the cone side) but maybe it is normal for Li-Ning?
    it's normal.

    are there spare grommets with the racket?

    overall looks alright, dont see anything wrong, grommets are fine.

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Size:  8.4 KBif you have the chance, compare the grommets here to a real one. if you still have doubts, bring it to a shop and compare side by side

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