Li Ning Rackets Fan Club :)

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by tckang, Sep 16, 2009.

  1. Sealman

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    Hi Bro tckang : I will get the Li ning 6 piece bag & N90, provided got extra money , can forget about the bonus , now already recession!:p
     
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    Good for you. Post some photos and reviews when you got it. Till then happy hunting and asking prices.
    ;)
     
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    Quiz Time

    There are some fake Li-Ning rackets in the market now. Pls be caution when you are buying. Anything cheap does not mean Original. :D

    Here are 5 picture and make a guess which one is fake. :p

    P/S, Guess all correct pls claim you price from tcKang. Sponsor by tcKang. :D
     

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    Ahem, this is a treason. For that i shall punish you to buy me all N Series rackets, Original ones.

    Good quiz though, nice one indeed.
    Suggest you follow up with how to differentiate between original and fake Li Nings when the quiz is over

    ;) A punishment for simply putting my name for sponsorship. :D
     
  7. y_o_n_e_x_m_a_n

    y_o_n_e_x_m_a_n Regular Member

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    cheap is not a problem :D

    they are fair enough to sell you a fake with a cheap price.

    what if they sell you a fake at original price ? :eek:

    imagine thay sell you a fake N90 at a real N90 price :crying:
     
  8. Louislkw

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    Will the shop or Li-Ning shop risk to sell you a fake racket at original price? :cool: What will be the consequence to bear? ;)

    You can alway verify the racket serial number in Li-Ning website.
     
  9. y_o_n_e_x_m_a_n

    y_o_n_e_x_m_a_n Regular Member

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    Li-Ning shop of course won't but not sure about other shops.

    for Yonex, we all know about the hologram sticker, the plastic wrap in the handle, the paint job, the shaft code, the cone code and etc.

    any sign to tell the differences between real and fake Li-Ning racket? (besides verify through Li-Ning website) :D

    by the way, you haven't tell us which one in the picture is fake :confused:

    please enlighten us :p
     
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    Being Louislkw, i think he will keep us "in suspense" for at least a week before reviewing the answers, so that many of us can't eat, sleep, work, properly :p

    WE WANT ANSWERS! WE WANT ANSWERS!
    :D
     
  11. y_o_n_e_x_m_a_n

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    sharing is caring :p
     
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    I've tried N33 back on May 2009 at Pekanbaru Indonesia.
    to me, it is more like even-balance racket, and suitable for double ...

    if you play single, get N90 ....
    if you play double, get N50 ....

    but again, as reminder, you have only so so skill, then any racket will do ....
     
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    I just checked my racquets.
    N90 have 72 grommets
    N50 have 70 grommets
    For those who also have Li Ning, please post yours too. Thanks.
     
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    There is one particular shaft serial number "assigned" to fake Li-Ning racket. :D:D

    No one guessing how to reveal which one is fake.. :p
     
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    the pics on the left hand side shows the fake?
     
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    You are somehow right. :D

    Congratulation, you are score 60% and passed. Better than tcKang score 40%. :D:D
     
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    Hah, there goes my "face"....i "failed" ....better go check my LN N55. hahahaahaha :D :D :D
    So, it seems that alana07 got 100%. Congrats. Prizes can be claimed at tckang but it will be shipped out fresh from Singapore from louislkw.
    :p
     
  19. Louislkw

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    For the fake Li-Ning rackets, many have been discussed widely in Chinese Forum. As known, the fake racket is distinct from the authentic racekt based on the material used, technology, appearance, gromments and so on...

    This particular serial number "K09NU06" was used for many fake rackets in the racket. You probably would have a question mark, how about the fake rackets have the same serial number with the authentic rackets? As mentioned above, its can be distinguish from the apperance of the racket and the laser engraving for the shalf serial number. And most importantly, buy it from the reputable shop or LiNing Shop. :)

    If does not make sense to you, pls do not flame me.. :D
     
  20. Louislkw

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    Here are the answer

    All the pictures on the left hand side (1) are fake N90. :D

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    -The shalf serial number on the left hand side look blur as compared to the right hand picture.

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    - The bottom cap has no grip size sticker and the used a lower grade of material.

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    - The gromments at the 6 o'clock position are slanted to the centre and also longer than the right hand picture.

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    - 12 o'clock position the words look blur and have lower quality gromments.

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    - 6 o'clock again. Overlapping between the gromments and the image. The "white" alphabet is more clear on the right hand picture.

    And again, some shalf number mystery for N-series rackets, for instance K09NU06 and K09NL07,

    K - Represent Kason facotry
    09 - Year
    N - N-series
    U & L - still doing research :D
    06 & 07 - month
     

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