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    Quote Originally Posted by bluejeff
    Even the fish could say "Hey, this string sucks, and I am not going to be caught by this string"
    No no no, i mean:

    Even the fish could say "Hey, this string sucks, and I am going to take the bait because i can chew off that line"

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    fake strings u got to be kidding me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by james23336
    fake strings u got to be kidding me...
    Sad, but true, authorities should do something about fake badminton stuff like they do with fake dvd's, cd's.. etc.

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    oo LOL fake DVD's as in pirated?

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    fake, prated, it's all the same... u knew what i ment lol

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    LOL in toronto thers a lottttt of those prated movies espically in that one mall pacfic mall (admit it u got some LOL)

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    I definatly have some, maybe too much lol

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    LOL its ok i got a couple .... (cough cough)

    (more like 20) LOL

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    it's true and just simply sad for people to spend their time and effort to make fake yonex strings. I hardly see any profit from making fake strings. And I completely agree with that the fake yonex string has poor package image, so beware.

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    Getting upset about receiving fake goods from eBay is like attempting to cross a busy road with eyes blindfolded and then complaining when you get struck by a speeding vehicle. It doesnít take a genius to realise that auction sites like eBay are full of scams and unsatisfactory products.

    Iím in a better position than most to say that eBay should be avoided altogether. I work for a bank, and almost every day receive reports of fraud connected to eBay. I see it so often these days itís almost too predictable.

    Bottom line is, eBay can be very risky even at the best of times, and thereís no foolproof way to know for sure if a product or seller is genuine. Fraudsters will use every trick in the book to convince naive customers to empty their wallets, and they often succeed.

    As the saying goes, ďa fool and his money are easily partedĒ.

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    there are genuine sellers. you can't deny that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by llpjlau
    there are genuine sellers. you can't deny that.
    Never denied it in the first place, just stating that it's very hit or miss, so if things go wrong, then the buyer only has themselves to blame for taking the risk - no point moaning how they're a victim
    Last edited by sbowesuk; 05-06-2007 at 09:24 AM.

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    The second link is fine because that seller is the runs the mybadmintonstore online website. The first one has been discussed before and no one is sure. I wouldn't buy strings from ebay but you can try these 2 website which i recommend because they are both genuine and cheap.

    http://shuttle-house.com/PAGE_top_E.html

    http://www.mybadmintonstore.com/shop/

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    Thanks for answer.

    I've already tried both anyway.

    BG 65 and 85 at badmintondeals
    BG66 at mybadmintonstore.

    Prices are very similar. Other things that looks the same:
    -Mixed colors
    -Mix of "new" package and "old" package.
    -SP on front side of package
    -small oval hologram sticker on front side
    -On all back sides:YONEX COMPANY LTD. TOKYO JAPAN. MADE IN JAPAN.

    Curious things:
    Every package has a White sticker with barcode, color and color code EXCEPT those having white string (on these, it is printed directly on the package). If I remove the sticker on other colors, I can see that every package is printed with barcode and color code for white. Right or not?

    On some package, there is also a rectangular hologram sticker on the back side. (Not Yonex but "Sunrise Secure").

    I don't understand anything finally...

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    why bother to buy strings from ebay?Was it much cheaper than in ur place?the genuine BG80 n BG85 each costs around 35-40 rmb in my place.If the difference is not too much,just buy it in ur place.Or,choose a trusty site to buy online..

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    For example, in my place:

    BG80 200m Reel: 136 EUR => +-212 USD.
    On those shops (estimating a reel is 21jobs): 76EUR => +- 118USD
    BG65 200m Reel: 104EUR => +-162 USD.
    On those shops (estimating a reel is 21jobs): 57EUR => +- 89USD
    BG65 10m set: 9EUR => +-14 USD
    On those shops: +-4,39USD.

    So there's a quite nice difference...

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