I would be careful with concluding that the racquet is fake just because "engineered" was incorrectly spelt as "enginnered" on the frame. I tried out four Babolat demo racquets from ************** sometime in late 2018 and a Pure Aero Team was one of them. It had the same word on it misspelled in exactly the same way. I have attached the pictures below to prove it.'Engineered' spelt wrong. Good catch.
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Usually very head heavy, specs way off, and I think some had the shiny gold hologram sticker on the throat.... you can also pop open the trap door, a lot of bad fakes have wires, bad staple jobs and crap inside the chambers.Is there any other way of spotting a fake pure aero ? I've just noticed one I got second hand has the same spelling mistake
Hi blablavla,1. The paper card says Aero Pro Drive, while it on the frame is printed Pure Aero
2. Color scheme is not APD
3. Woofer grommets, while on frame it is printed FSI Spin
4. 285g, but I don't see any mention of it being "Team"
so, it's quite a mess if it is an original Babolat frame.