Friday, September 25, 2009

Fake Titleist Pro V1 Balls

As a seller ofauthentic products Ialways look for value on Ebay and sometimes purchase items if I can get them at the right price.Today I received delivery of 4 dozen FAKE Titleist Pro V1 Golf balls. This is my first encounter of this and want to point out the differences thatwere pretty obvious to meto say the least.The packaging was not the correct colours with the Bronze colour of genuinepackaging being replaced with a shiny light gold colour. The packaging was also very lightweight whereas the genuine is of high quality heavy weight card. The packaging all looks a bit bashed and bruised as if to try and tone it down.The balls themselves were obvious fakes and the following list will make it easy for anyone to spot even ifthey are a non-golfer buying as a gift.1. Genuine2007/2008 balls have no join line - the fakeshad and looked like two half balls stuck together. 2006 Genuine balls have an equator linebutif any Pro V1 looks as if it is joined together it is fake.2.The dimples on genuine balls are all of similar size - the fake balls had dimples of varying sizes.3. Genuine balls have a soft white cover - the fakes are madeof a hard, bright white shiny plastic that side by side with a genuine ball is glaringly obvious.4. Go and have a look, there are some great closeups of the genuine articles.5. The printing on the balls is of a smaller size than the genuine balls and again when compared to an original is totally inferior.6. Genuine Titleist Balls cannot be sold for a ridiculously cheap price unless they are stolen or fakes.They are sold, however,at not much above cost as it is a product that golfers probably spend more money on in their lifetimethan clubs especially at the premier end of the ball market. I for one use at least 2 balls each round and play 4-5 times a week so it soon mounts up. By offering the best value

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