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    Quote Originally Posted by zleto View Post
    Thank you both ... the first one have been more tricky than the latest ones.

    All of them are beeing sold on a local (french) very known website (leboncoin.fr) where you can buy all kind of stuff (cars / houses / tools / ...). Very very popular in France.

    The two last ones are sold at a quite high price and when I called the seller, he was very confident and his ad is saying "genuine" ... so I wanted to ask you here, to confirm my "noob" judgement.

    Again, BIG BIG BIG thanks to you guys.
    I'm going now to mail leboncoin's staff in order to get these fake rakets off the market ... I'm afraid how much people fal into the trap.
    No problem Zleto
    I think it would be like craiglist or e-bay (where they do auction or put advert in there)


    the first one is not tricky, it is pretty low 7XXXXXX for 2010
    many fake rackets have this kind of shaft serial and cone code (started with 7 with cone code production 2009 or 2010)
    I found around 20 fake rackets like this

    for more detail
    cone code:
    DDMMYXCC
    D: day
    M: month
    Y: year
    CC: distribution area (JP, CH, SP, TH, IP, UK, AS, FR, BX, etc)

    usually fake maker target CH, SP and JP code
    because SP (Singapore code, also for Indonesia and Malaysia) is area where badminton famous
    CH because fake racket usually from China, so they disguise with with CH cone code so it doesn't look suspicious
    and for JP (Japan) because many people think JP racket is better (in term of quality build) than another code (hence it is more expensive) but it is not true though

    there are many other ways to know about fake rackets
    you could check the cosmetic, or even the bag
    fake racket comes with fake bag which use cheap material or wrong cosmetic

    you can check my thread about it:
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...ets-Phenomenon
    Last edited by Avenger; 04-05-2011 at 03:19 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    The shaft-cone number combination for both is okay .
    Thank you very much!!

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    racket model: Yonex NS9900
    shaft serial: 9159326
    cone code : 030302CD
    source : Second hand Canada.
    price : US$200
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    Thanks!

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    racket model: Yonex Voltric 80 (not bought yet)
    shaft serial: 9979566
    cone code : 1002 then covered by sticker
    source : shop in Beijing, Tian Tan Dong Men, China
    price : 1830RMB = 278 usd approx; discount price is 1460 RMB, 223 USD approx
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    Photos of racket and the shop:


    Heres a photo of the voltric 70 cone code just to see if the shop genuine:

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    racket model: Yonex Voltric 80
    shaft serial: 9848955
    cone code : 211202BX
    source : Sports4you Netherlands
    price : EURO 140
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    Thnx!

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    racket model: Yonex Armortec 900p
    shaft serial: 8934628
    cone code : 031294SP
    source : getting 2nd hand from BC seller
    price : USD120
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    Quote Originally Posted by SleepyEyedBoyZ View Post
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    racket model: Yonex Armortec 900p
    shaft serial: 8934628
    cone code : 031294SP
    source : getting 2nd hand from BC seller
    price : USD120
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    . Based on the shaft-cone combination it should be okay but you should still inspect the physical properties like correct font for the shaft and cone numbers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    . Based on the shaft-cone combination it should be okay but you should still inspect the physical properties like correct font for the shaft and cone numbers.
    Thanks for your advice, demolidor!

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    hi demolidor/avenger/gicutzu,

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    racket model: Yonex NS 9900
    shaft serial: 9295633
    cone code : 1061907SP (wrongly coded!!)
    source : somewhere sport shop(near ladies mart area), HK

    price : HKD990
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    here is some pictures for NS9900 taken last nite. TBH, my friend was wrongly gave me the cone code...it was sticker serial number (see 1st pic) ...so sorry bcos i just noticed it.

    is that anyway we can verify this racket?..since my friend was refused to take off the sticker. but he can provide the original receipt of purchased item.

    deep down inside me, i believe this is genuine. by looking on its physical properties and cosmetic-wise personally....and got chance to play it for 3hrs last night . i had seen the fake one once, and compare to this...i can feel the originality.

    i am going for rm450 (negotiable) from my friend if it so...this racket only played twice, very mint condition, no scrathes at all...he never like head-light....3UG4 with 26lbs, BG66.



    thanks.

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    sorry, we cannot help if there is no cone code

    when did your friend purchase the racket?
    and from what shop?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Avenger View Post
    sorry, we cannot help if there is no cone code

    when did your friend purchase the racket?
    and from what shop?
    should i gamble pay the guy and tear off the sticker? what if worst case scenario, it is fake? just kidding but i won't go by that option ATM.

    he bought in a sport shop, hong kong (next to ladies market area)..about last 2 months ago.HKD990.(not sure after discount or nett).

    but i waiting for his original receipt...maybe i can post here for review.

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    I don't understand why the Sunrise people always put the sticker over the cone code

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    Quote Originally Posted by samsudd_s View Post
    should i gamble pay the guy and tear off the sticker? what if worst case scenario, it is fake? just kidding but i won't go by that option ATM.

    he bought in a sport shop, hong kong (next to ladies market area)..about last 2 months ago.HKD990.(not sure after discount or nett).

    but i waiting for his original receipt...maybe i can post here for review.
    so.. you are saying that your friend, bought a racket from Hongkong, an SP code racket, 2 months ago only for rm 385
    and then now, he tried to sell it to you, a second hand racket with profit rm 65?

    I am kinda worried about the SP part, a shop in hongkong with SP shaft.. (I know demolidor would bash me saying many shops in Hongkong import SP code racket )

    "next to ladies market area" looks pretty shady for me lol..
    asked him the exact name of the shop

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gicutzu View Post
    I don't understand why the Sunrise people always put the sticker over the cone code
    Well they can't put it on the other side can they ? It will a) block the PBSI logo and b) tear it right off when trying to remover the sticker ...
    Now that the strange number has been explained, it looks fine from these pics otherwise ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    Well they can't put it on the other side can they ? It will a) block the PBSI logo and b) tear it right off when trying to remover the sticker ...
    Now that the strange number has been explained, it looks fine from these pics otherwise ...
    How about making a sticker that's about the size of the Yonex one? That would open up more opportunities of placing it without covering stuff up.

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    I don't think it's their problem in the end since if you buy from their official dealers it should be genuine anyway. Plus the numbers mean nothing to most people ... Perhaps it's more interesting to find out what the number on the sticker stands for .

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    racket model: Yonex Voltric 80 (model)
    shaft serial: 9854714
    cone code : 22 (others block by sunrise sticker)
    source : shop in Kulai Johor Bharu Malaysia
    price : RM 560 about 190 us$
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