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Getting old ti-10 in HK?

Discussion in 'Market Place' started by Jasonvan, Jan 7, 2008.

  1. Jasonvan

    Jasonvan Regular Member

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    I will be in HK this feb and wanted to go pickup a old colored 2u ti-10 in HK, anybody here can recommend a shop where I can get it from and the app price if possible?
     
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    Ar Dan! Ar Dan! Ar Dan!
    any help to our friend here...........?? :D:D:D
     
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    you can still find the 3U easily, but 2U... might need to search around.
    I'll see what I can dig up and let you know. Or PM me when you're in HK, I'll point you in the right direction.

    Daniel
     
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    thx... I got a 3U for my friend before but he wanted a 2U so now I'll have to retry when I'm in HK... I'll give you a shout when I'm here, thanks!
     
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    I'll keep my eyes open for the 2U when I go shopping : )
     
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    do let me know where's the best place to get a 3UG5 as well. i have a friend in HK who can help me pick one up. also the price if you can manage it. thanks!
     
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    I'll do that as well ;)
     
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    I might want to pickup a new color 3UG5 for myself also just to try out... But I guess those should be easy to find in hk...
     
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    New versions are readily available.
     
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    2U Old Version Ti-10

    Dan, keep me in the loop too! Thanks :D.
     
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    I will see if I can find any for you guys! : P
     
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    ti-10 old version..................

    hi Jasonvan,

    are u fr Singapore? what is the price like?

    thks

     
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    I think he's from Vancouver, Canada...
     
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    thank you..................

    i cant find this old model ti-10 in singapore anywhere...............
     
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    International shipping : P
     
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    Ti-10;
    current (3U) vs old (3u)
    any differences......?
     
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    ya I'm from vancouver, but actually in beijing right now visiting a friend, however they are out of old ti-10's currently, i got one for my friend a month ago but he wanted a 2U instead so now I'll have to find another one for him... As to 3U(new) vs 3U(old) I think difference is the weight balance? I've been reading on the forums and ppl are saying the new one is head light in comparsion to the old one?
     
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    Just wondering how much the approximate price for an old Ti-10 is?
     
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    i thought it is 2U, so it will be more head heavy ....... :rolleyes:
     
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    oh, my friend wanted 2U, I wanted a 3U as I think my defense will suffer with a 2U, I'm using a 2U Arc Saber 7 and I feel a bit slow with my defense and I'm sure with a ti-10 it will be ultra slow... hehe...
     

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