Tell-Tale Signs of Fake Epons -- or the Contact at Epon for help

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  • freehbfreehb Members Posts: 839
    Uithey look legit to me...
    153 Roddio M6s
    Spoon Roddio F7s
    Cleek Roddio F7s
    21 Roddio hybrid ut i7s
    705 5-A Muziik Bangvoo
    213 54/60 Muziik Bangvoo
    SC Kombi S
  • myphed1myphed1 Members Posts: 251 ✭✭
    Any set of newer Epon's on ebay for less than $1000 are probably not real. I bought a set of 303's, 4-GW on ebay. Out of the 8 clubs 2 were real and the others fake. The font, serial number stamping are what I noticed were different between the clubs. I sent pictures to William at novogolf and he and an epon rep both said the suspected iron heads were fake. Thankfully I was able to send them back and get my money back. Won't be doing that again!
    Robb
    Tempe, AZ
  • dunndunn Members Posts: 6,361 ✭✭
    edited Sep 23, 2018 #34
    I've seen miura and eons on ebay for $500-700 for brand new sets and description seemed very vague



    They're are fakes out there, and yes it is very hard to get ahold of Epon.....

  • ThayneilThayneil Members Posts: 523 ✭✭
    Nessism wrote:


    Who in their right mind would counterfeit a club that only sells a few hundred sets a year?




    i have seen fake Epons.they look and play exactly the same except they are cast and polished except forged at ENdo



    I guess they use the actual clubheads as models for the casting



    I guess Epon sell way more than a few hundred sets,especially in Asia
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