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Ti-10 (Purple)

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Eric Soon, Jul 5, 2009.

  1. Eric Soon

    Eric Soon Regular Member

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    Hi guys,

    Just got the new Ti-10(3UG5) and it feels great. It felt much lighter compared to my old Cab 9 Tour SP(2UG5) and i guess i may need some time to adjust.
    Anyone got any idea or experience in this similar situation?
     
  2. Capnx

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    my friend has this exact same racket and he can generate a ton of power from it.

    going from heavy to lighter racket is always a diff feel. what tensions are you stringing? i think that makes a difference as well. it will probably take u a couple of days to adjust to the timing and the feel, but once you do, you'll be UNSTOPPABLE!!! lol
     
  3. Eric Soon

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    From my first stroke, i can feel the power it generates and i must admit this is a very quick racket.
    Got it strung at 24lbs. Is this tension ok?
     
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    Haha....24lbs is nothing, but better not string it too high as it can break. I strung mine at 25/27.
     
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    24 lbs is excellent tension, any higher and you are at risk of frequent re-stringings.
     
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    yes, i agree. 24 is fits very well for players like us :p
     
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    I think 25lbs is better...
     
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    i use mine at 28 lbs hehe
     
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    guys, i just broke my ti-10 (purple) yesterday. is it true that i heard some stores will exchange your broken yonex racket if you kept your receipt (from that same store i guess)?
    i heard this "rumor" in the US, but i am not so sure.
    is this true?
    is this a prevaling practice all over the world?
     
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    I think the stores will only return the racket if you have the recipet and it is under warranty .

    Also tension varies form individual - I don't think their is any point of suggesting tensions if you havn't seen the player play or know how he plays etc.
     
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    i doubt that they will redeem the racket in the US, because they dont sell ti-10's here anymore.
     
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    unless the store stocks them and retails them and reputable :D
     
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    i really doubt it, or i have been duped for all these years.:eek:
     
  14. Eric Soon

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    Not very sure about warranty claims on broken racket.

    Try to consult the authorize dealer about this and im sure they can help you.
     

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