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Durability

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by TrunkZ69, Aug 21, 2001.

  1. TrunkZ69

    TrunkZ69 Regular Member

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    Which one do you ppl think is more durable, the MP100 or the Ti-10, 2U or 3U. From reading reviews, it looks as the MP100 is really fragile and the Ti-10 is much more durable. Or is that just in Asia, my friends who live in the US haven't broken there rackets yet....
     
  2. Byro-Nenium

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    Out of all the people i know who have broken MP100s, all of them have strung their racket at high tensions eg 25lbs-26lbs. This may have made it more fragile.

    The Ti-10 is more durable in my opinion. I've had a few clashes and its still going strong. Very solid and good singles racket!
     
  3. Jeff L

    Jeff L Guest

    I think both are equally fragile
     
  4. Byro-Nenium

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    Ti-10 and MP100? Nah, I own both now after selling 3 to get my MP100. ;)

    I find that the Ti-10 feels more solid
     
  5. iris

    iris Guest

    it's personal preference...byron, i learnt this from you... and trunkz, you will learn to hate this two words too
     
  6. Budi

    Budi Guest

    How about my ISO TI SP SX??????
     

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