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    LOL..of course i know u Matt..it's just that malayali said the serial numbers r a lil off..that's why it confuses me,n taking pics of it would be the best option to prove.

    So,Matt,from all those pics u see in the link,all the 3 rackets..u can say that it's all genuine?..i mean from its appearance.Since leeshim is not here yet to confirm the serial numbers..

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    Thanks Matt, you are "'da man" when it comes to recognizing the fakes.

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    Looks fine to me.

    Smichz dosen't acknowledge me!! how mean ROFL!

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    So..r u guys saying that those 3 looks real?Including u,malayali?
    Well,that's a relieve.So,after seeing the pics,what do u think,malayali?Does it change ur opinion about the serial numbers r abit off?

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    So sorry Scichz, I am not able to view the pictures because they are blocked from my work place, but will look into it as soon as I get home & relax.
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    So..r u guys saying that those 3 looks real?Including u,malayali?

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    O...ok.Thx in advance then,malayali..

    Actually,i can judge them from the appearence,but not the serial numbers..since i don't have the data.N as far as i concerned..both AT900P n AT700 looks genuine.But when u say the serials r abit off,it somehow confused me.So,hopefully i can get the formal confirmation soon.Then i can sleep in peace..

    Well..thx for the effort though,Matt & malayali ....appreciated!

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    Quote Originally Posted by leehsim View Post
    I have checked in the information of your Yonex Armortec 900T shaft Serial:6977889; Cone Date Code:220672SP (date=22 Jun 2007) to my information list of Yonex rackets made in Japan, its serial no. and date code are legitimate.

    However you still need to inspect the other physical features of the racket carefully and compare the specifications to ascertain its total legitimacy or authenticity yourself.
    Thx leehsim !!!

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    Please help me to check my racket is genuine.. thanks!

    racket model: Yonex NANO SPEED 9000 Type X

    shaft serial: 6827911
    cone code : 160473CH
    source : from a friend

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    racket model: Yonex MP 29 Light

    shaft serial: 9609498
    cone code : 121174SP
    source : racquet shop trading, ipoh, perak, malaysia.
    price : US$50 (estimate, the real price is RM160)
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    thank you very much in advance...............

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    Quote Originally Posted by alken View Post
    Please help check for genuine.. thanks!

    racket model: Yonex Armortec 900 Technique
    shaft serial: 3748033
    cone code : 270389SP
    source : from a friend
    I have check with the sports shop.. it's in infact fake.. there are few elements to check for authentication as adviced by the pro shop owner.

    1. Both serial & date code (serial sequence must not run too far with the date of manufacture)
    2. Both serial & date code must be laser print (fake code is emboss with white ink)
    3. Bottom of the racquet cone (You can tell from the word Japan, fake are like hand written)
    4. Grip (Original yonex has always have good grip, fake grip very flat and look like PVC)
    5. Printing on the racquet body (fake sometimes are not evenly printed)
    6. Paint (Fake sometimes has rough finishing on the body head)
    7. Stringing hole (Fake has uneven distribution of the plastic / rubber attach to the holes, some are bigger than others)
    8. Tags (Fake sometimes has funny bar-coded stickers on the grip and funny tags hanging to it. Original tags can tells)

    I hope the the above will help a little from being tricked on fake racquet upon collecting it..

    By the way.. I got my refund The seller was also tricked by the supplier.. gosh!

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    Lol. That's why people need to inspect goods sometimes! ^.^

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    racket model: Yonex MP 29 Light
    shaft serial: 9609467

    cone code : 121174SP
    source : PS Sport Enterprise, ipoh, malaysia.
    price : Rm195 ($55++)
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    Thanks ^^

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    racket model: Yonex Nanospeed 9000 type S

    shaft serial: 7130604
    cone code : 120973TH
    source : bought from eBay UK, Seller ID - sumai03 Item ID - 190176374372
    price : 160 USD

    please help me verified the racquet plz?I saw someone said his racquet is genuine, i trusted so i bought that, but it broken at the next day while i try the racquet and my frd hit my racquet accidently, it changed the shape and crack for the racquet, so i wonder is the racquet suppose to be like that, i asked sumai03 , he said yes, racquet are fragile. but i was like wtf
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mansaii View Post
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    racket model: Yonex Nanospeed 9000 type S

    shaft serial: 7130604
    cone code : 120973TH
    source : bought from eBay UK, Seller ID - sumai03 Item ID - 190176374372
    price : 160 USD

    please help me verified the racquet plz?I saw someone said his racquet is genuine, i trusted so i bought that, but it broken at the next day while i try the racquet and my frd hit my racquet accidently, it changed the shape and crack for the racquet, so i wonder is the racquet suppose to be like that, i asked sumai03 , he said yes, racquet are fragile. but i was like wtf
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    as far as we know, sumai03 is legit.
    sad things do happened.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by drifit View Post
    as far as we know, sumai03 is legit.
    sad things do happened.......

    yea i can understand, but isnt it titanium is strong?, and the point is i only receive for one day, he should be hv some refund or exchange policy......he said i needa add 120 plus shipping USD to exchange the new one, so if i send bak my racquet to him, there will be charge for like 50 dollars.....so wut is the point i send him bak then

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    don't think there's any titanium on the nano 9000. besides, it's quite common for racquets to break if you clash it with your friend's during a game. even yonex would not offer you a replacement for it, so i doubt sumai will. replacements are only available for defects, though i don't quite know how they prove that.

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    Please help me to check my racket is genuine.. thanks!

    racket model: Yonex NANO SPEED 9000 Type X

    shaft serial: 6827911
    cone code : 160473CH
    source : from a friend

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mansaii View Post
    yea i can understand, but isnt it titanium is strong?, and the point is i only receive for one day, he should be hv some refund or exchange policy......he said i needa add 120 plus shipping USD to exchange the new one, so if i send bak my racquet to him, there will be charge for like 50 dollars.....so wut is the point i send him bak then
    this is how and what will happened if buy from ebay or far away supplies. one must think carefully about handling fees or shipping fees if want to claim warranty. it will be cheap, much cheaper to buy but the consequences......

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