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    next week probably cause I don't have time or any badminton session before next week.

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    hi guys!i realy wanted to have a ti-10.do u know where can i buy ti-10 in philippines???...how much will it cost???...im currently working in KSA, seems people here not interested in badminton cuz top ends racket is no where to find...thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fleecc View Post
    hi guys!i realy wanted to have a ti-10.do u know where can i buy ti-10 in philippines???...how much will it cost???...im currently working in KSA, seems people here not interested in badminton cuz top ends racket is no where to find...thanks!
    I don't know where you can find in Philippine, but if you cannot find it near your area, you could try to buy it from MBS
    they are legit
    http://www.mybadmintonstore.com/shop...roducts_id=475

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    thanks avenger!..maybe i can try this one...how about in malaysia?anybody knows where can i buy ti-10?...for how much in RM?...my friend jz told me that he will go for vacation to malaysia.maybe he can buy me from there.

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    Unconfirmed news/rumors from Badminton China Online , Ti 10 will have a LTD edition coming out this yr.
    I am also waiting for the photo and confirmation.

    For ppl who can read chinese: http://bbs.badmintoncn.com/thread-184217-1-1.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by fleecc View Post
    thanks avenger!..maybe i can try this one...how about in malaysia?anybody knows where can i buy ti-10?...for how much in RM?...my friend jz told me that he will go for vacation to malaysia.maybe he can buy me from there.
    Around RM410 to RM475

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    Is http://www.sohubuy.com a trustable source? It's retailing for USD 105 there

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    thanks a lot kaiyuan!...ill make sure ill get one,for now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaiyuan View Post
    Around RM410 to RM475
    from where i can get a ti-10 in malaysia?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fleecc View Post
    from where i can get a ti-10 in malaysia?
    Kuala Lumpur or Johor Bahru.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaiyuan View Post
    Kuala Lumpur or Johor Bahru.
    thank you kaiyuan!

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    Guys, I've been a Ti 10 3rd Gen user for the past 2 years, no complaint about it.

    But somehow now, I've been hearing very good feedback and review for this 2 rackets:

    1) Voltric 80

    2) Arcsaber 8 DX

    If I gonna change racket, which one of this 2 will you guys recommend?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Godzilla View Post
    Guys, I've been a Ti 10 3rd Gen user for the past 2 years, no complaint about it.

    But somehow now, I've been hearing very good feedback and review for this 2 rackets:

    1) Voltric 80

    2) Arcsaber 8 DX

    If I gonna change racket, which one of this 2 will you guys recommend?

    Thanks
    Depends your playing ability. 8DX slightly head heavy and good in defense. Voltric 80 is a smash-based beast XD

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    I have 2 gen1 TI-10 and cut the handle of one of them to make the racket standard length(660mm), it still smashes like canon after more than 10 years. All my other rackets died during clashes in double play, but TI-10 always survived

    I think the secret of Ti-10 is the UHM material. In my experience of more than 30 rackets, UHM seems the only material that can provide consistant elasticity regardless of the impact force. E.G. no matter how hard or light you hit the shuttle, the bounce feeling is always consistant: a light touch will generate enough power to lift the ball go over the net, a heavy smash will generate enormous power to make a kill

    Other rackets, especially new tech like u-ti, nano tube, etc, just feel inconsistant with different hitting: Some of them are good at returning smashes to the backline, but if you smash hard, it will become soft and lose control of the angle; Some of them can generate very powerful smashes, but a light return of an low height net shot might not give you enough power to send the shuttle over net. It seems those materials just can not be both flexible and stiff. But although TI-10 is marked very stiff, it still gives enough flex when you are in a very awkward situation. So it is a perfect balance between defense and offense

    AT900 rackets later incorporated UHM, but only at shaft. Due to their heavy head and especially thick frame, they are not good at defense.

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    Why is the Ti-10 not on the Yonex web-site?

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    i saw 1 Ti-10 yellow on the bbesport Beijing. few missing grommets (owner promises would replace all grommets with new ones), looks very old alike with faded color around the head, price 20% higher than very new good-looking Ti-10 purple, few unnoticeable scratches (i guess must've been used before). Should i or should i not buy it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by arsnic_uk View Post
    Hi guys, I'm also a Ti10 fanatic and have 3 Red Ti's and 2 Yellow Ti's in my possession. Sadly my yellow ti10's have recently died (RIP) due to cracks at the 5 o'clock region. My question is, is it worth getting these rackets fixed? I've read about this graphite replacement, which is offered by centralsports but not sure whether to send them off or invest in a at900p. Suggestions 0.o? Btw I am currently using my 2UG5 1st gen ti10, though ridiculously awesome, i don't want it to suffer the same fate as its predecessor...
    A friend of mine had 3 x AT900 Powers recently repaired by Central Sports. I think it cost about 40 each plus postage.

    The rackets came back with slight bulges near the 10/11 positions where the cracks had been and they were 4-5 grams heavier. When you swung the racket you could definitely feel the imbalance. They played okay and you can string them up to 30lbs but it's not as good as new.

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