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Yonex Ti-10 Reviews

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by surge, Mar 7, 2005.

  1. yurimaster2010

    yurimaster2010 Regular Member

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    any good reason why TBH abandon ns9900 for ti10?
    TBH want a heavier head frame???
     
  2. kaiyuan

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    NS9900 is too light and too fast for him.
     
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    Dear all, i wanna buy a Ti-10 3rd gen .2U or 3U better ??

    Does 2 of them has different in defends and offends style ??
    Wat's the different while playing ?? TQ:)
     
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    Hi dimcorner,

    Your Ti-10 3rd gen is 2U or 3U ??
     
  5. yan2511

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    Hi demcorner,

    Ur Ti-10 3rd gen is 2U or 3U ??
    BP is 295mm....TQ:)
     
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    Hi Guys!:)
    can you still find TI-10 Gen 3 in KL, Malaysia?...which shops specifically?...and how much does it cost now?...my friend will be going to malaysia mid of august and im asking him to buy for me..i really wanted to have a ti10.:crying:.......plzzz help guys!..thank you.:)
     
  7. yurimaster2010

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    i ve ti10
    plz come to me at penang
     
  8. kaiyuan

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    You can still find it quite easily.
     
  9. weingseen

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    Hey people, I'm new here.

    A question and I'm planning to change a better racket and I come across this Ti-10.
    I used a MP45 strung at 26lbs and played mostly double but single as well and would you guys recommend Ti-10 over NS9000S?

    Really looking forward to any reply, thanks!
     
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    can i ask a qn?
    this ti 10,is it considered to be a phased out model?

    i cant find it in yonex lastest catalogue?

    or is this a model to be replaced by which?
     
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    I think it is a phased out model.
     
  12. fleecc

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    hi guys!
    anybody from Singapore?...i would like to ask if where can i buy ti-10 in singapore...which shop?is it still available?how much it cost in singapore dollar?.....i already ask kaiyuan and he said its available in queensway at gala sports, but i would like to confirm where can i get it...my british friend is going this weekend in singapore and i ask him to buy one for me, and he told me if he connot find ti-10, he will look for different one...plz help guys who knows if still available and where...i really wanted to have THE Ti-10...thank you guys!
     
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    Somewhere in the 2nd floor of the Queensway Shopping Centre.
     
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    Haven't posted in a while but have recently bought an excellent condition second hand Ti-10 (purple one) for a bargain price - still waiting for it to arrive... just hope there's nothing wrong with it.

    The Ti-10 is my favourite racquet and I already have three Gen 1-2U for about 10 years now. It is the most reliable match racquet I have - and I have quite a few.

    Problem is, I've never owned, strung or played with a 3U Ti-10 so I would welcome some advice on string tension and how to spot a fake Ti-10.

    I string my own racquets, 6-point crank machine, 2 knots. I prefer to string to about 27-28lbs with my 2U Ti-10s but I'm not sure if the 3U version can take it.

    Can anyone offer some first hand advice on this please. Also if anyone has seen or acquired a fake Ti-10 (purple one - Gen 3?) before, please can you give me some advice on how to check if it is fake. I can post photos when it arrives and I will certainly put the serial numbers up in the serial number sticky thread.

    Many thanks! :)
     
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    Hi Densha, can you please share a quick comparison between the MX80 and Ti10 Gen III?

    Take your time =)
     
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    Just thought i share this with all of you.I have heard that the ti10 purple and the ti10 ltd are basically the same racquets with different paint colour. In deciding which one to buy, i had a few swings (without strings) and noticed the feel is different. I felt the purple one is head lighter than the ltd one. For me, the ltd had a good balance to it, that u can feel the head weight more than the purple one whilst overall its not too head heavy. Didnt get to feel much the purple's head weight.I eneded up getting the ltd version. Strung it with bg 85 at 25 lbs and boy do i love this racket. I think it suits my style and swing.I also happen to own the mx 80 and i can say they are both different racquets. Mx80 is alot stiffer and to me, harder to play with. My arms gets tired much easier, less tension on the mx helps though. Mx 80 is also head heavier.The ti 10 ltd is much easier to play with, shaft not as stiff (less stiff than 9900 also). But i dont notice any less punch in my smashes. Guess it depends on how one smashes. In fact, i luv to use this racquet to smash, so effortless. Easy to use wrist shots too.
     
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    Posting pictures of my latest purchase.... my one and only Ti-10. All I can say, I love it. In comparison with previous VT 80 and SW36, I feel Ti-10 is less demanding when it come to mishits and smashes are very strong on this one. It may not be better than VT80, but it sure have the punch and ability to match up. I like this racket more than my VT80.

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  19. kokmengng

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    Guys,

    Just curious to ask. Besides Ti10, is there any other YONEX "CLASSIC/LEGEND" rackets that worth to keep for "collection" or still good to play with? Of course am talking about those that still under production now. :D
     
  20. MitchMaynard

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    I would say mp99 is a bit legendary. The orange/yellow paint job is too awesome!
     

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