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    racket model: Yonex Armortec 900 Technique
    shaft serial: 7987512
    cone code : 091084 UK
    source : http://www.rapidrepair.biz
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    Thanks in Advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by leehsim View Post
    I have checked in the information of your Yonex MP66 shaft Serial:7800767; Cone Code:110783SP (date=11 Jul 2008) to my information list of Yonex rackets made in Japan, its respective shaft serial and cone 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.
    y the 110783SP stand for wat? also consider genuine product? abit confuse now

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    Default Arcsaer 10

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    racket model: Yonex ARCSABER 10

    shaft serial: 5882305
    cone code : 207870CH
    source : allegro.pl, Poland
    price : US$100

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    Thanks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregory90210 View Post
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    racket model: Yonex ARCSABER 10

    shaft serial: 5882305
    cone code : 207870CH
    source : allegro.pl, Poland
    price : US$100

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    Thanks in advance
    with that shaft serial and cone code, it is fake.
    20th day, 78th month......

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    Quote Originally Posted by drifit View Post
    with that shaft serial and cone code, it is fake.
    20th day, 78th month......
    is there anybody who played at one training the same model of fake racquet and original. I know that fake is just fake but I bough it and now I have problem because I cannot return. So I wonder if to play with it, maybe it is very close to original or I need to get rid off it..
    I wonder if the factories who makes fake can use the sametechnology to Yonex original? The weight of my Arcsaber is 84grams so it is very accurate, how they are doing it so well? It may be also that this factory who make the fakes cooperate with Yonex making brand name original and fakes for themselves, it happens. Any idea? Any satisfied fake racquet players?

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    about the fakes I think that it may be not 100% sure that according to the numbers we can say "fake". Look, the easiest way to copy the racquet is to print "correct" numbers. Pepole who copy they know exactly the rules of Yonex nubers. For example my Arcsaber has cone code 207870CH which means that it was produced in month 78.. I thing the copier would not be so stupid to put such number if he was so clever to copy the racquet itself with the weight etc.. Maybe Yonex for Chinese market put different numbers because first of all this is big market and they probably produce it cheaper for this market, do not want to migrate the racquets to Europe. I think this way because I know that many good players use such racquet with "stupid" number with CH at the end, of course because of price but they are satisfied. But anyway even if some Yonex worker knows something about it and read this post he will not tell the truth. What do you think?

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    Leehsim:

    thanks.

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    racket model: Yonex TI10 Titanium Mesh

    shaft serial: 8053307
    cone code : 101188SP
    source : Sport Shop In Malaysia
    price : RM400

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    Thanks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregory90210 View Post
    about the fakes I think that it may be not 100% sure that according to the numbers we can say "fake". Look, the easiest way to copy the racquet is to print "correct" numbers. Pepole who copy they know exactly the rules of Yonex nubers. For example my Arcsaber has cone code 207870CH which means that it was produced in month 78.. I thing the copier would not be so stupid to put such number if he was so clever to copy the racquet itself with the weight etc.. Maybe Yonex for Chinese market put different numbers because first of all this is big market and they probably produce it cheaper for this market, do not want to migrate the racquets to Europe. I think this way because I know that many good players use such racquet with "stupid" number with CH at the end, of course because of price but they are satisfied. But anyway even if some Yonex worker knows something about it and read this post he will not tell the truth. What do you think?
    fake is fake... if the price is too good to be true than u shld know the answer... Yonex will not make a racket that is real with wrong cone code... try to return or find the seller if u can... if not maybe u shld play with it who knows u will like the fake racket than the real arc 10 feel

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    Quote Originally Posted by xiaoheng View Post
    fake is fake... if the price is too good to be true than u shld know the answer... Yonex will not make a racket that is real with wrong cone code... try to return or find the seller if u can... if not maybe u shld play with it who knows u will like the fake racket than the real arc 10 feel
    about the price we could be surprised how is the pure production cost of the racquet. The same is with Nike shoes which you pay in the shop >100 USD and cost of production in China is maybe 20USD. Marketing and administration costs are very high and somebody have to pay for it. So I am not sure if the good price is an answer if the racquet is fake if the racquet goes directly from the factory overcoming the "brand name" distribution system

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    if want to keep discussing about fake rackets, please go here.

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    racket model: Yonex NANOSPEED 9900

    shaft serial: 8206612
    cone code : 170192SP
    source : present(HOHO,ANOTHER NS9900 )
    price : RMB 1210(about$170)

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    Thanks

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    racket model: Yonex Nanospeed 8000
    shaft serial: 7800018
    cone code : 110785CD
    source : Tad's Sporting goods, Vancouver
    price : $279 CAD
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    Quote Originally Posted by leehsim View Post
    I have checked in the information of your Yonex Ti 10 (2 Yellow) shaft Serial:6954155; Cone Code:130678IP (date=13 Jun 2007) to my information list of Yonex rackets made in Japan, its respective shaft serial and cone 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.
    leehsim, Thanks so much!

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    racket model: Yonex ArcSaber 10
    shaft serial: 8334591
    cone code : 020393GR
    source : Sport Shop Wolff, Hagen, Germany
    price : 135 incl nanogy95
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    Hi,
    i am reasonably sure, ist is genuie, just checking since there is no extra warranty certificate from yonex or sth similar.

    thanks guys =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swift Freeze View Post
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    racket model: Yonex Armortec 900 Technique
    shaft serial: 7987512
    cone code : 091084 UK
    source : http://www.rapidrepair.biz
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    Thanks in Advance
    these guys are a well known supplier - you'll have no problems here.

    Mark

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    Quote Originally Posted by stussy99 View Post
    y the 110783SP stand for wat? also consider genuine product? abit confuse now
    No-one outside of Yonex knows and no-one inside Yonex is allowed to tell. I'd love to know too but I doubt we ever will. Yonex say the reason for keeping it so secret is because if the information was released, it would make faking easier.

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