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    If Ti.10 is the same or slightly better than AT900T, given the significant price differences, it might be more valuable for us to buy Ti.10 instead of AT900T.
    Do you guys agree with me?
    Ti.10 yellow /silver or 2008 dark purple Ti.10 will be the way to go.
    heheeheh.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Licin View Post
    If Ti.10 is the same or slightly better than AT900T, given the significant price differences, it might be more valuable for us to buy Ti.10 instead of AT900T.
    Do you guys agree with me?
    Ti.10 yellow /silver or 2008 dark purple Ti.10 will be the way to go.
    heheeheh.
    Pls... be reminded that these are only my findings. My review is only with regards to my personal experience to both rackets. Others may find my review very contradicting. There are no technical proofs, no research nor survey was conducted with credible personnels. I just happen to like Ti-10 at first hand. But I'm with AT900T all the way!

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    Default First time Ti10 user

    Wow did u guys notice this thread was start since 2005
    And people are still giving awesome feedback about the Ti10.

    Well I just got mine from racquet world in pertama today, the purple coloured one.
    Didn't read any reviews. Just went in and tested out different racquets.

    Love at first swing (and not too expensive too).
    Love the way it cuts through the air

    Can't wait to see this baby in action.

    Damn i wish wednesday would come faster.

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    These review have encompassed all 3 generations of Ti-10; the old one, the yellow one, and now the purple one, and they are all amazing racquets.

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    Just wondering why only BCL uses the Ti-10 in men's singles, i mean its all-rounder racket. It should be very good playing with it in singles.

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    Conspiracy theory...if the new players keep using old racquets like T10, the fans are also not going to upgrade right?

    On the other hand if everyone upgrades at once, it looks a bit fishy...

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    i oso bought one from PC two weeks ago...
    at such a reasonable price...this baby is worth your money...
    my smash improve a lot since i used this racquet...
    happy...banging my opponents....

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    is this ti-10 good for both smashing and defence? How much did you buy the racquet from pertama complex?Which shop did you get it from?

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    Bought mine for RM400 with strings (bg66) + grip + bag.
    I didn't really spent too much time bargaining so u probably can get a much better price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ngu87 View Post
    is this ti-10 good for both smashing and defence? How much did you buy the racquet from pertama complex?Which shop did you get it from?
    Ti-10 is great for smashing and good for defense All my TI-10 (1,2,3 gen) feel almost the same, only 1st gen slighty better in smash power and defense too Little bit confusing me since all people said the 1st gen is hammer and more head heavy. All gen came with same BP and same weight....difference only feel on stiffness, 1st gen the most stiff, 3rd the second and 2nd the last respectively
    Comparing Ti-10 and at900T (this still my favorite and main racket) or saber 10 is unfair since each type have own characteristic. But for price/performance ratio surely Ti-10 is recommended, nice racket from YY no matter what gen you have weakness only in painting job, too easy to chip
    Last edited by issarakaya; 11-17-2008 at 10:06 AM.

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    issarakaya, since you are a long time user of TI-10, perhaps you can advise on how high the string tension can go?

    The guy at PC recommended 24 lbs which I think is way too low for a racquet of this range? I went with 25 lbs.

    Advise from other long time users most welcomed.

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    ^
    I dont know for sure but some member here use 28-30 lbs if i'm not wrong Looks @Dink racket review, he use 28lbs
    Mine is 26X28 lbs but not too sure since the stringer using old machine (perhaps he dont calibrate often) Btw, tension is personal preference and i use BG66 Sharp....if you strung with other string type / brand tension might be different too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nipoy View Post
    Just wondering why only BCL uses the Ti-10 in men's singles, i mean its all-rounder racket. It should be very good playing with it in singles.
    BCL?
    You mean, Bao Chunlai?

    He doesn't use the Ti-10.
    He uses the ArcSaber 10

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldhand View Post
    BCL?
    You mean, Bao Chunlai?

    He doesn't use the Ti-10.
    He uses the ArcSaber 10
    I don't think I've seen any singles player who uses the Ti-10 for quite some time now.

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    My experience in ti-10 3rd edition, is that is a very good racket. It is difficult to get used of it ( or this only my problem because i was always using armotec rackets). But when you do it is a very good racket.
    I think is more an all-around racket, good in offense ( better if you have strong wrist ), in defence is good (not so good as arm900t that i was using before) the light head helps you to move the racket fast for forhand side to backhand side.

    The racket is very good, i can say excelent for the price, it is a very good choise for players with good level.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryim_ View Post
    I don't think I've seen any singles player who uses the Ti-10 for quite some time now.
    i think wong was using ti-10 3rd generation in Olympics

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    Quote Originally Posted by issarakaya View Post
    Ti-10 is great for smashing and good for defense All my TI-10 (1,2,3 gen) feel almost the same, only 1st gen slighty better in smash power and defense too Little bit confusing me since all people said the 1st gen is hammer and more head heavy. All gen came with same BP and same weight....difference only feel on stiffness, 1st gen the most stiff, 3rd the second and 2nd the last respectively
    You may feel this way because you probably have a 3U 1st gen.

    2U Ti-10 is a beast. It is a hammer to smash. Defense is decent, but certainly slower than desired.

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