What this blog is about...

This blog aims to educate consumers (like you and me) on how to spot fake / counterfeit products before making a purchase. Please note that I am not related to any of the product manufacturers.

What triggered me to set up this blog was after I fell victim to a fake product that I bought from a financial institution which was running a 'most wanted gadget' promotion.

If you have any tips / tricks / personal experiences in spotting fakes, do contribute to this website by emailing me at more.enquiry@gmail.com

Sunday, April 8, 2012

Real TRX vs Fake TRX suspension trainer

TRX suspension selling for half the original price? Too good to be true... most likely it ain't true!

Here's how to tell the real from the fake -


More photos here - http://www.flickr.com/photos/drnotley/5008683770/


  1. I must have purchased a fake one - the metal clip failed on me yesterday, resulting in a fall and minor bruising. I was performing push-ups when I suddenly found myself on the floor with pain in my knuckles and knee. I was lucky not to have been hurt worse. I've replaced the metal clips with climbing carabiners rated for 6000 lbs.

    So I estimate that the part failed at around 120 lbs. of pressure (my feet were on the ground and I weigh 175 lbs). Chinese knock-off products are the scourge of the global economy!!!

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