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    Quote Originally Posted by Avenger View Post
    if you could name the shop, that would be great (for data base sake)

    Hi the name of the shop is Sports City. The guy is a local dealer and he usually dont have any stock of these rackets. So if i place an order he will give the racket within 2 days.

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    Hello i am sorry for posting a lot of pictures. But i really want to know if this racket is genuine.

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    racket model: Yonex Arcsaber 10
    shaft serial: 9532027
    cone code : 280703ID
    source : Local Reseller (Sports City), India
    price : US$ 175
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    I never heard an ID code with SP on the shaft..
    I might be wrong though..

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    Please check for me whether it is a genuine Yonex racket please. Thank you very much.

    Racket Model : Carbonex 9 Tour SP.
    Shaft Serial : 5287570.
    Cone Code : 171242SP.
    Source : From a shopping centre in Johor Bahru ( Jaya Jusco in Tebrau City).
    Price : Ringgit 270.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pareek View Post
    Hello i am sorry for posting a lot of pictures. But i really want to know if this racket is genuine.

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    racket model: Yonex Arcsaber 10
    shaft serial: 9532027
    cone code : 280703ID
    source : Local Reseller (Sports City), India
    price : US$ 175
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    Numbers look good and racket looks alright as well. Based on the numbers it should be fine . One thing I hadn't seen before or don't recall seeing is an ID code with SP on the shaft and PBSI logo though? ID does fall under the Sunrise distribution area, just hadn't seen it before ...

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    So what is your final conclusion guys ? Do u need more pictures in different angles for more verification ? And can i keep this racket or do u want me to return it ? Its all in your hand guys If you want me to return this racket then i would love to do that as i don't want to risk anymore. It seems like you have some doubts regarding the SP and ID(Which i am not familiar with). I am waiting for your replies

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    Quote Originally Posted by pareek View Post
    So what is your final conclusion guys ? Do u need more pictures in different angles for more verification ? And can i keep this racket or do u want me to return it ? Its all in your hand guys If you want me to return this racket then i would love to do that as i don't want to risk anymore. It seems like you have some doubts regarding the SP and ID(Which i am not familiar with). I am waiting for your replies
    tried to take off the oval yonex sticker on the cone
    if you cannot easily take it off, that means this racket is genuine
    if you can take it off easily, put the sticker back and return it

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    Quote Originally Posted by pareek View Post
    So what is your final conclusion guys ? Do u need more pictures in different angles for more verification ? And can i keep this racket or do u want me to return it ? Its all in your hand guys If you want me to return this racket then i would love to do that as i don't want to risk anymore. It seems like you have some doubts regarding the SP and ID(Which i am not familiar with). I am waiting for your replies
    We are not sure if this:



    goes together with this:



    and this:



    But mainly because we never see pictures of Yonex rackets bought in India. I have seen Saina Nehwal play with a racket that had a Sunrise hologram sticker on it though ... Best would be if you can compare/check with other players if their number on the cone ends on ID but also have the SP writing on the shaft, PBSI logo and square hologram sticker. We could ask to remove the grip and check for a barcode sticker but it's quite difficult to get it back on (the red grip). Can you start a new thread here http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...fy-Fake-Racket and include the pics, hopefully some fellow Indians can assist and confirm they have the same details .

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    Thanks a lot for your replies I will start a new thread regarding this problem. Anyway what does ID and SP stand for ? Is it Indonesia and Singapore ? Did indonesia manufacture the cone and singapore manufactured the shaft ?

    I tried to peel off the yonex sticker on the cone and its quite hard to do so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pareek View Post
    Thanks a lot for your replies I will start a new thread regarding this problem. Anyway what does ID and SP stand for ? Is it Indonesia and Singapore ? Did indonesia manufacture the cone and singapore manufactured the shaft ?

    I tried to peel off the yonex sticker on the cone and its quite hard to do so.
    nope, ID is for India
    Indonesia I think we don't have one, we also go for SP

    SP mean Singapore

    when the shaft has SP usually the cone code would have SP at the end too (it should be, 280703SP, not ID)

    that's why we said it is pretty unusual

    all high end Yonex rackets are made in Japan (you can see on the shaft, made in japan, or on the butt cap) some mid or low end usually made in Taiwan or china

    the ID, SP, etc on the cone is code for distribution area
    there are JP for japan distribution, UK for united kingdom, CH for China, etc

    but the shaft is pretty worn out, are you sure that racket are new?

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    hello demolidor/avenger,

    I could have just interchanged the shaft serial with the code code since i just typed the codes in my cellphone. It could have been clearer if I took pictures instead. Yes, it comes with Sunrise hologram sticker. Does this mean that if it comes with Sunrise hologram sticker, there's no two letter codes at the end of the cone code? The shop owner told me the z-slash is being sold at an introductory price that is why it is cheaper than the other two rackets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Avenger View Post
    nope, ID is for India
    Indonesia I think we don't have one, we also go for SP

    SP mean Singapore

    when the shaft has SP usually the cone code would have SP at the end too (it should be, 280703SP, not ID)

    that's why we said it is pretty unusual

    all high end Yonex rackets are made in Japan (you can see on the shaft, made in japan, or on the butt cap) some mid or low end usually made in Taiwan or china

    the ID, SP, etc on the cone is code for distribution area
    there are JP for japan distribution, UK for united kingdom, CH for China, etc

    but the shaft is pretty worn out, are you sure that racket are new?

    Ya the racket is brand new. It says made in japan on the shaft (See the picture above) and on the butt cap Does that mean its a high end racket ? What if the racket is manufactured elsewhere ? Doesn't it have the same quality as the japanese version ? And also my racket is strung with BG65 which is yellow in color and it doesn't have the yonex logo on it ( picture above ). Do all BG65 come without yonex logo and do i have to ask them to manually include the logo on the string ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    The number with the "S" is likely the number on the Sunrise hologram sticker which is probably covering the cone code. And what is put as cone code would actually be the shaft serial . It is strange though that the Z-Slash is so much cheaper than the other two(?) ...
    hello demolidor/avenger,

    I could have just interchanged the shaft serial with the code code since i just typed the codes in my cellphone. It could have been clearer if I took pictures instead. Yes, it comes with Sunrise hologram sticker. Does this mean that if it comes with Sunrise hologram sticker, there's no two letter codes at the end of the cone code? The shop owner told me the z-slash is being sold at an introductory price that is why it is cheaper than the other two rackets.

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    Sorry for offtopic, but is the hologram sticker supposed to be oval on all rackets? Mine is rectangular with rounded edges (it's a Yonex sticker, not Sunrise or anything like that, and it's almost impossible to peel off).

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    racket model: Yonex Arcsaber 10
    shaft serial: 9532027
    cone code : 280703ID
    source : Local Reseller (Sports City), India
    price : US$ 175
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    In the cone code above 28 stands for the day and 07 stands for the month. What about the Year ??? its Y = 0 and i read somewhere that arcsaber didn't even exist during the year 2000. I bought the racket yesterday. So is the year 2010 also 0 ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by pareek View Post
    ---->8---- cut here (include this line) ---->8----
    racket model: Yonex Arcsaber 10
    shaft serial: 9532027
    cone code : 280703ID
    source : Local Reseller (Sports City), India
    price : US$ 175
    ---->8---- cut here (include this line) ---->8----

    In the cone code above 28 stands for the day and 07 stands for the month. What about the Year ??? its Y = 0 and i read somewhere that arcsaber didn't even exist during the year 2000. I bought the racket yesterday. So is the year 2010 also 0 ???
    2010 is also 0, yes.

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