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    Quote Originally Posted by nightelves View Post
    Ignore the one on top
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    racket model: Yonex Nanospeed 9900
    shaft serial: 7638526
    cone code : 111006JP
    source : Friend
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    it is a fake racket...

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    racket model: Yonex Nanoray 100.
    shaft serial: 7310676
    cone code : 020424CH
    source : CHINA
    price : $100
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    Thnxs man

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    Thank Avenger keep up the good work. I've got one more racquet that I need you to verify as posted in the previous post. Thanks

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    Does anyone know if the French online shop badminton-sportshop that operates as an Amazon Marketplace seller sells genuine racquets? I can't find a list of shops that are approved Yonex agents in France. I want to buy the Yonex Armortec 900 Power Lee Chong Wei special edition racquet from them. Thanks in advance for your help

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    Hi, could you help me this this racket? I bought it from a small shop without receipt so I'm not sure if its a fake.

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    racket model: Yonex Armortec 700 Premium 2012 SP
    shaft serial: 3335467
    cone code : 120329SP
    source : Gala Sports Queensway Singapore
    price : S$210
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    Hi, My racket details are:

    racket model: Yonex NS9900
    shaft serial: 3728382
    cone code : 290822TW
    source : a friend from Taiwan
    price : Not told


    Could you please have a look for me, Thanks!

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    in the cone it should be the dd/mm/yy and the country am i right?

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    no, a lot or most rackets don't follow this format. but usually last 2 digits are letters representing country of distribution (or is it production..?) . SP (singapore) AU (australia) JP (japan) etc.
    I bought a legitimate voltric z force that does not follow this format but is 100% legitimate

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    racket model: Yonex Nanospeed 9900 limited
    shaft serial: 2632711
    cone code : 010612SP
    source : badminton central
    price : $200
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    Quote Originally Posted by DanSilver View Post
    Does anyone know if the French online shop badminton-sportshop that operates as an Amazon Marketplace seller sells genuine racquets? I can't find a list of shops that are approved Yonex agents in France. I want to buy the Yonex Armortec 900 Power Lee Chong Wei special edition racquet from them. Thanks in advance for your help
    tell me what is the shop, and I might be able to tell you if it is genuine or not

    Quote Originally Posted by chan24 View Post
    in the cone it should be the dd/mm/yy and the country am i right?
    no you are wrong
    the format is:

    DD MM Y X then 2 country code
    D: Day (can't be more than 31 or 30 depending on the month)
    M: month (can't be less than 1 or more than 12)
    Y: year (yes only 1 number for year)
    X: irrelevant for us, some people said it is batch number (this number can't be 0)
    country code: SP, JP, CH, etc

    for example:
    021212SP

    so:
    day: 02
    month: 12 (december)
    year: 2001 or 2011 (we can identify the year by looking at the shaft serials)
    X: 2 (irrelevant)
    distribution area: SP (Singapore) note than SP is country distribution, not country where it is made (it is still made in Japan, Taiwan / China depending on your racket, high end, mid end, or low end)

    Quote Originally Posted by Danze View Post
    no, a lot or most rackets don't follow this format. but usually last 2 digits are letters representing country of distribution (or is it production..?) . SP (singapore) AU (australia) JP (japan) etc.
    I bought a legitimate voltric z force that does not follow this format but is 100% legitimate
    ALL Yonex racket should follow this format
    if they don't then it is a fake
    some people confused between cone code and SUNRISE stickers
    on the sunrise sticker, they put: SXXXXXX it is NOT the cone code
    Last edited by Avenger; 12-07-2012 at 12:56 AM.

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    Hi, can you please help me check? Some guy said mine is a fake because there's no Sunrise hologram sticker. I bought it in 2009...

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    racket model: Yonex Armortec 600
    shaft serial: 8467738
    cone code : 210492SP
    source : Perfect Sports, Pertama Complex, Malaysia
    price : RM300
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    racket model: Yonex vt80ltd
    shaft serial: 2787132
    cone code : 110812SP
    source : HK
    price : $160
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    Could u help for me? thanks a lot

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    legitimate. and also may i add, what store from hong kong, where is the best place to buy badminton supplies in hongkong? my sister is in hk and i would like her to bring me back some badminton gear hehe.

    *its legit cause made 11th of october 2011* singapore distributor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danze View Post
    *its legit cause made 11th of october 2011* singapore distributor.
    Errm, that alone doesn't make it legit . It also has to coincide with the estimated shaft serial number on that date (outside of the physical appearance).

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    Hi,

    Thanks for the help. Appreciate that you guys are doing such a nice service for everyone here! =)

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    racket model: Yonex Voltric 5
    shaft serial: 6131776
    cone code : 291104SP
    source : Singapore, Queensway Shopping Centre
    price : SGD100(81USD
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    racket model: Yonex Voltric Z Force
    shaft serial: 3662838
    cone code : 310722SP/310122SP (Sunrise sticker covered,
    quite tight on it, so i can make out roughly of what i can see.)
    source : Singapore, Queensway Shopping Centre
    price : SGD220(81USD
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    Another question to add on: YONEX had a page on ways to spot counterfeit products, so additional to those ways
    http://www.yonex.com/company/warning-counterfeits/
    So what i've learned so far, these people who make fake racquets, they have circumvented all these things, so ultimately the best way to find out is thru serial numbers only?

    Considering another possibility, cant they actually rip off serial numbers off a legitimate racquet? Then that would be REALLY tricky already isnt it?

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    racket model: Yonex Isometric 25DF
    shaft serial: 3250464
    cone code : 200763CH (So i suppose, 20th July 2006? China)
    source : China, Walmart (My dad bought it =x)
    price : 24USD
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    I know this is a cheap racquet, and it's quite an old one. I've come a long way. But ya. Just for learning sake, perhaps enlighten me abit?

    Sorry for my barrage of questions, perhaps this can help everyone to learn more too.

    Thanks in advance, guys!

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    racket model: Yonex Armortec 900 Power
    shaft serial: 2819592
    cone code : 300814IP
    source : Friend

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