Beware the fake Nagoya Antennas!

Sadly, all sellers on Amazon appear to be selling copies and getting the real thing is surprisingly hard.
Amazon also rejects reviews warning others that these are false. I know, because I have one I bought myself.
I ended up buying a Welsh made antenna from Sandpiper, so I at least know it is genuine, tuned and less likely to blow up my radio.
These copies are probably fine for receive only, but I would be wary about transmitting with them.
Worried you have been sold a fake? Check Nagoya’s website out: http://www.nagoya.com.tw/en/news-31478/%E3%80%8Elatest-updated%E3%80%8FHow-to-identify-the-genuine-and-fake-antenna.html