30 FUNNY IMITATIONS FROM THE KING OF FORGERY

Who else could it be when we start mentioning about replicating just anything on Earth? Champions of duplicity they have been and they still stand undisputed. Ancestry to some of the most celebrated gadget companies like Samsung, Lenovo and Tencent, China doesn’t quite seem to get off its habit of hypocrisy. Here are some of the cheapest Chinese knock-offs of few well-known brands.

  • Apple Sneakers

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That was the last thing someone would sport on footwear at least. If duplicate Iphones and macbooks weren’t enough, here are apple sneakers.

 

  • Nike or Mike or Kine

Now, is this to be called creativity or an absolutely pathetic act? Terrible is the word for replacing just one letter and copying the rest or even jumbling the letters as well as stealing the very logo itself.

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  • Sony got some competition

So what if it isn’t exactly “Sony”, at least its Playstation compatible. Truly hilarious a thing.

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  • Definitely not just a game anymore

We are oh-so super-excited to take home that “POLYstation” and get started with a knock-“off” right now!!

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  • Red Labial

Johnnie walker’s Red Label old scotch whiskey or Johnnie Worker’s Red labial old crotch whiskey? Nasty counterfeit stuff indeed.

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  • Hitting Showrooms Near You Soon

Jilli Automobile group of the Zhejiang province are their majesty the geniuses who could dare to duplicate the BMW 7 series.

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  • Crust!! Seriously??

Truely Ridiculous this is. But the “extra whitening formula” might just lure you.

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  • Deats audio

This logo change was the simplest deceit, just invert the “b”.

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  • Dolce and… “Banana”

They definitely did not deserve being called “banana”. That was a serious insult to this classic fashion company.

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  • Kic-Ker if not Kit-Kat

Neither the crunch nor the quality, just the name.

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  • Yes that’s a pear

If Apple sounds too mainstream, here is the new line of products from ‘Pear’.

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  • Hell of a “Borio”

No oreo. Only borio.

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  • Nintendo polystation

Chinese population seems quite on love with the “poly” thing probably due to their largely populous country. Bad joke though but better that polystation at least.

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  • Genuinely Nokla

Even if u flush that piece, it is guaranteed to work. Thats what nokia is all about. Here’s their acquaintance from china, “Nokla”.

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  • Kentucky fried Grouse

What an ultimate troll of the leading fried Chicken company!!

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  • Michaelsoft windows

Insult to the First lady’s name. I guess that is going to cost you people of china.

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  • iPhone shoes again!!

But flashy and shiny shoes for women this time. Some innovation atleast.

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  • Sunbucks Coffee

Coffee anyone?? Not the stars but the sun itself.

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  • Hongwang batteries

Nice idea for a name though!

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  • Now Nike yet again

Turns out being the leading sports apparel company would become so very viral.

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  • Pizza hut “huh”

Not hut, not hub, just “huh”.

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  • Sdidsa it is

When nike and reebok were not spared, how does adidas save itself then?

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  • Oh Popstation!

Playstations better find their ways off home soon!!

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  • Cerono extra

Mexican unwebbed this piece said to be brewed and bottled in china.

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  • Superman’s Brother

Twin brother lost in a childhood fair I guess. Great discovery by China superman must be wondering.

 

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  • Hike

Heights of duplicacy China! Are you guys so in love with copying Nike over and over again?

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  • Space Boys? Really?

This toy story inspired copy of the protagonist could have been a lot better named though.

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  • Not McDonald’s

Another half of an “M” added to the logo of the brand adored for its burgers and fries/

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  • Not worth a education

What on earth is that about? Seems these guys never managed to achieve the franchisee they had dreamt of.

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  • Burger King and Jack Danielles

Be it changing names of the brands or just inverting the words, China can do anything to produce annoying knock-offs.

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