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Yonex Ti10 (Gen3) or Yonex Vol70

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by yurimaster2010, Oct 14, 2010.

  1. yurimaster2010

    yurimaster2010 Regular Member

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    all,
    i guess there many ppl have got the chance to try out Vol70 recently and for old timers you may own your Ti10 at the same time in your bag ...

    lets open up on your feeling, ur passion, ur comments to draw the line between this two rackets today !
     
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    yurimaster2010 Regular Member

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    any input anyone??
     
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    drew tze en Regular Member

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    Voltric 70 is a good choice
     
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    u mentioned vol70 is good n have u also try out Ti10 to compare in overall?
     
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    drew tze en Regular Member

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    I haven't tried either racket but I have an Arcsaber Z-Slash which is similar to the Voltric 70
    nor have I tried the Ti10(3Generation)
     
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    zslash and vol70 are two very diff racket....

    those who try ti10 and vol70 kindly share us ur feedback soon ok
     
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    I really think it depends on what suits you best... as for me i will go for the Ti10 than the VT70... just my taste and my style.
     
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    I've the same dilemma. Saw both Ti10 and VT70 at shop, similar discounted price and package. Any comparison will be great. Btw, I play only double nowadays, like attacking, and would rate myself intermediate.
     
  9. Willi@m

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    VT70 head lighter than Arc10
    VT70 shaft stiffer than Ti-10 (3)
    Swing speed faster than VT70
    Durability at VT70
    Price & Taste are up to individual
     
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    out of curiosity, how much are the ti-10 and vol70 going for in penang at the moment?
     
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    Ti-10 is stiffer than VT-70
    VT-70 easier to adapt than Ti-10
    Ti-10 has more solid feel but VT-70 swings faster

    Apart from that, not much difference. Since I used Ti-10 for years already, I felt more comfortable with Ti-10.
     
  12. Willi@m

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    Ti-10 is Classic, VT-70 is New Technology
    Ti-10 is easier adapt oso, Love at First Swing.
    VT-70 is frenly too, Crave at First Sight.
    VT-70 JP more solid feel, but Ti-10 smash more power
    VT-70 price is cheap, Ti-10 is cheaper
    Ti-10 is a racket, VT-70 oso a racket

    Above of all, is more or less the same & around there.
     
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    Badmintan,

    I haven't tried TI-10 but after reading its thread I'm planning to get the 3rd gen soon. Could you please describe how its not easier to adapt compared to VT-70 or any racket? Thanks.
     
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    AFAIK, Ti-10 is 20-30% from RRP of RM629.90, depends on shops. Beyond 30% will be more kam-cheng discount of ~RM10-20, which I don't necessary want to ask fr friend since I'm not those frequent racket buyer. VT70 is slightly more expensive, but since it's new there're more goodies that personally I think it will worth similar to the extra $$.
    As said by other post, Ti-10 is a legend and used to be one of the top go-to racket, at least for gen-1. Proven design and track records. The 'improvement' in gen-3 is minor, and there're lot of ppl missed gen-1/2.
    VT70 gives newer tech. The 'why buy 286 when there's core i-7' but this is not computer. Also, looking at naming and pricing one would guess that there'll be VT80/90.
    I don't hv chance to try out either, so leveraging this thread since I'm looking for same inputs.
     
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    Ti-10 racquet is extra stiff and headlight...harder to get power if your technique/skill is not correct
    VT-70 is stiff- and headheavy...easier to wield and unleash the power (in clear/smash)
     
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    ti10 is proven by legend and suit double..
    vol70 is new kid and suit for singles...

    vol70 was not develop to replace ti10...correct?
    technology wise vol70 can withstand higher tension but ti10 only 23lbs...correct?
    price diff by rm100...

    i think its very hard to compare one to one?
    lets give us more of your valuable input...
     
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    I would go for Ti-10 any given time or price. It has been proven again and again that it is legendary racquet. This is why TBH still use back Ti-10 depite has all other new racquet.

    Own feeling is more important since you already know the spec. If you are from Armortec range, VT can be considered. If you are from Arc 7/NS series, consider Ti-10. If you are Z-Slash, Arc 10, Arc 8DX, you really need to test the VT. My two cent.
     
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    Both are quite different racquets . I have used my friend's voltric 70 and I have the ti 10 . The voltric is better for singles but I would still prefer the ti 10 , just because I have it and it looks awesome.plus the ti 10 was being sold for almost 100 sgd less
     
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    I've tried both Ti10 & VT70.

    Ti-10 have better control & clear & defense. but smash lack a little bit.
    VT70 have better power in smash.

    Stiffnes i guess both almost the same stiff to each other.

    I would choose TI10. :)
     

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