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    Quote Originally Posted by Distanc3 View Post
    hey there, i see you have quite a collection. which one do you usually play with out of the arc10, ns9.9k, at900p? the ti10 (2nd/3rd) dont seem to fit into the arc10 as the arc10 is less stiff, bigger framed, and heavier. and at900p is head heavy and the new ti10s are head light (but it feels more balanced)
    other than collecting wouldnt you prefer to buy a racket that you are familiar and comfortable with?
    Currently using NS9900 alot while warming up with AT900P. Couple of weeks back ArcSaber 10. I will get back to you when I have the chance to play with the Ti10s.

    Ummm I would not consider myself a collector.. I will when I buy the entire range of Yonex rackets

    All my life I have only used Yonex rackets and never had the inclination of using other brands. Rackets in the past I used and was comfortable with are out of production so I am trying the 'later' model Yonex rackets now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Distanc3 View Post
    hey there, i see you have quite a collection. which one do you usually play with out of the arc10, ns9.9k, at900p? the ti10 (2nd/3rd) dont seem to fit into the arc10 as the arc10 is less stiff, bigger framed, and heavier. and at900p is head heavy and the new ti10s are head light (but it feels more balanced)
    other than collecting wouldnt you prefer to buy a racket that you are familiar and comfortable with?
    Currently using NS9900 alot while warming up with AT900P. Couple of weeks back ArcSaber 10. I will get back to you when I have the chance to play with the Ti10s.

    Ummm I would not consider myself a collector.. I will when I buy the entire range of Yonex rackets

    All my life I have only used Yonex rackets and never had the inclination of using other brands. Rackets in the past I used and was comfortable with are out of production so I am trying the 'later' model Yonex rackets now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badmintan View Post
    There's no way to know the durabilty unless you are wiling to sacrifice the 2 racquets and subject it to compression forces using e.g. Instron machine and see how many Newtons it takes to break the racquet.

    Then you can say X breaks at 100N and Y breaks at 90N, therefore X is more durable than Y.

    Or try asking the manufacturer [Yonex] for their specs or durability data?
    Ya la...i think u r right. Made my decision already...going to buy one more Ti10 3rd gen...

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    Quote Originally Posted by gancy View Post
    hi,
    Can ti1- 2nd gen still can be found in queensway shoppping complex? Nowadays is hard to find ti1o 2nd gen.
    All 3 shops in queensway have the 2nd gen ti10 at the moment.

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    Hi,
    Can u name which are three shop name? What spec do they have 3Ug5 / G4?

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    Just got both my 2nd and 3rd gen Ti10 last week both 3UG5.

    Not sure what other specs are available in Queensway but I was told by the staff where I bought my rackets that if you need other specs that is not in stock they can order it for you. Was also informed that the 2Us are rare and that Yonex manufactures something like one out of every hundred in a batch.

    Those looking for the 2nd gen try to get them quick as very soon the scarcity of the rackets will be even more acute.

    I got a Yonex racket chart here compliments from Sports Life (Yonex showroom in Far East Plaza) and it listed the current 3rd gen Ti 10 comes in 2U and 3U. No idea for 2nd gen if it comes in 2U. It also listed the Titanium 10 "For advanced players looking for ultimate control & solid feeling".

    Yonex rating Ti10: F5, P5, C5

    Flex: Stiff F5 <---> F1 Flexible
    Power: Excellent P5 <---> P1 Medium
    Control: Excellent C5 <---> C1 Medium

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    Quote Originally Posted by gancy View Post
    Hi,
    Can u name which are three shop name? What spec do they have 3Ug5 / G4?
    Chua beng have both G5 and G4.
    Gala sports I'm not very sure what grip they have but they still carry ti10 2nd gen.
    There's 1 more shop at lvl 2 have ti10 too. Forget the name liao.

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    I bought my rackets at Gala Sports, Queensway by the way together with an Armortec 700 Ltd.

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    is ti10 3rd generation a high end racquet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by d3sm0nd View Post
    is ti10 3rd generation a high end racquet?
    10 years ago, top end racket.
    currently, middle high-end racket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drifit View Post
    10 years ago, top end racket.
    currently, middle high-end racket.
    so which racquet currently is high end for yonex?

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    Currently ARC10, AT900P/T, NS9000S/X, NS9900, AT700 are the highest end. There are other high end racquets too, but those are at the top.

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    No matter high end or not...Ti10 still a complete excellent racquet to play with

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    totally agreed. Ti10 3rd the best so far for me.. can't get hold of others once used Ti10.=D...

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    High end quality with mid pricing, what more can you ask for?

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    i own ti-10 1stgen pre2004 production and a 3rdgen.

    3rdgen is very flex and headlight comparing to 1stgen, feel like they are completely different rackets.

    1stgen feels like mp100 BUT headheavier and only a little bit more flexy.

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    ^
    that's strange, i own 1st gen 2005 and feel same stiff like 3rd gen but of course 1st gen more solid feel 2nd gen liitle bit more flex compare those two and all of them have same BP, same weight (3U G5) in exactly 88 gram

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