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TI 10 Titanium Mesh Limited Edition 2011

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by Capnx, Nov 17, 2011.

  1. Capnx

    Capnx Regular Member

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    Hey guys, anyone here has heard/tried this? Is this the new Ti10 that's gonna replace the older generation 3 Ti10? Any reviews? it's about $50 more expensive than the 3rd gen. saw it on Badminton Ally going for about $200 before shipping and taxes... don't know if it's worth the money/investment. from the description it looks more to be a doubles racquet (head light?). i do like the red colour scheme though. anyways, plz give some reviews if u know more. thanks

    specs from website:
    Type: Fast / Attacking / Offensive
    Flex: Stiff
    Head: Square/Isometric
    Weight: 85-89gm(3U-)
    B.Pt: 5 (Little Head Light)
     
  2. Capnx

    Capnx Regular Member

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    actually i just saw the other thread about this in another section... although no official/member reviews of this racquet it... please delete this then. thx
     
  3. jonny_mcc

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    I got one last week from tennisnuts.co.uk. Played with it for the first time last night on standard strings and tension. To me feels very evenly balanced, didn't notice any feeling of it being head light at all. Just couldn't get on with the standard tension.

    Getting restrung with 98's at 26lbs today. Will try again on saturday at training.

    Comparing to my Ti5 1st Gen it felt more evenly balanced.

    J
     
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    This Ti 10 LTD is just the same as the Ti 10 purple.................. Just changed the painting :mad:
     
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    Not worth it, I was excited for it but ended up being exactly like my other ti-10s. Don't waste your money just stick with the 3rd gen.
     
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    Also the Ti 10 LTD doesn't come with the muscle power series grip.......... and no "Titanium Mesh Composite" printed on the side of the frame!! :mad:
     
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    ya stick with 3rd gen... if you can justify spending $50 more for just better paint job, then get it. but 3rd gen is pretty sexy as well
     
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    Received my LTD edition 2 days ago. Strung it with BG85 at 10,5 Kg. A little bit low compared to my 11 kg reference. Because of the holidays, I'm only able to play next Wednesday, but will do some interesting tests. I'll have at least the 1st, 3rd gen and LTD and asked my brother to take the 2nd gen with him. Will take some pictures of them all for reference. I'm afraid the strings are not the same, but since 2 of them were already stored, I will not restring them anymore. So most of you have to do it with same assumptions and trust...:p
     
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    Good to you to have all the Ti.10 series, Gen 1 & Gen 2 are expensive these days. Good to us as well to have BC member who is kind enough to share his point of views. Thanks a lot..I am looking forward for your review. Crossed my finger on the similarity between Ti.10 LTD with Gen 2 Ti.10...
     
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    I put my review in the Ti 10 review topic if you want to read. To summarize, I would say the Ti10 LTD is the same as the Ti10 3rd gen.:( If there is any difference, it was too small for me to detect.:p
     
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    T10 LTD is a waste for Ti10 series which is regarded as legendary racket for YY
    YY should feel ashame for destroying Ti10....
     
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    Guys, do you think Ti.10 gen 3 will be as legendary as its predecessors ?
     
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    A racket can't be legendary unless some legendary player make it a legend.
     
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    The racket also needs to be well accepted among recreational players too, IMO..
     
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    Ti10 Ltd is cheaper by rm80 compare to Ti10 here...
     

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