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    here is the photo

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    Quote Originally Posted by dingboy View Post
    what colour is it?
    i post the photo so you can check thanks

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    that looks like a 1st Gen Ti-10 to me.

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    Hi, I am interested in this racquet. However, I am also have my eye on Arcsaber 8 DX. Can someone compare these 2 racquets? In terms of smashing power, net play, swing speed, control, shaft stiffness? Thank you...

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    Yup that is a 1st Gen color scheme.

    Between the 3rd get Ti-10 and the Panda Power Precision, I pick the PPP over the Ti-10, but not by much. As far as 8DX, just didn't feel right when I played with it.

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    wat the diff in term of stiffness, material, design, blance point and other technical spec between Ti10 Gen 1,2,3 ??

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    It's on the forum somewhere, but basically from what I recall (and I might be wrong)...

    Gen 1: UHM Graphite on both head and shaft. very stiff and not easy to master, but very powerful when done right. Slightly head heavy
    Gen 2: HM Graphite on both head and shaft. Softer, slightly head heavy.
    Gen 3: HM on head, UHM on shaft. Slightly stiffer than Gen2, but not as much as Gen 1. Even balance
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    if i understand from u correctly here are the TI10 configuration....

    1)Stiffness: Gen1>Gen3>Gen2
    2)Heavy Head: Gen1 = Gen2 >Gen3
    3)Balance point: Gen1 = Gen2 >Gen3
    4)Handling Level: Gen2>Gen3>Gen1

    btw, what do u mean UHM and HM ? which one is more solid ? and why?

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    Quote Originally Posted by yurimaster2010 View Post
    btw, what do u mean UHM and HM ? which one is more solid ? and why?
    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...and-ultra-high

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    My dad came back from the Philippines with a gift for me. (drum roll please)...
    My yonex ti-10. Purchased from Juego Badminton Store in Greenbelt Makati for Php9,350.00. I haven't personally seen Juego badminton but I've seen online that they're a legit Yonex dealer. It came with a single leather case maybe an old style racket case but sure it's heavy and nice. I'm just a newbie in badminton but I heard so many good things about ti-10 so I decided to give it a try.
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    I've seen previous posts about the Sunrise sticker covering the serial nos. I'm itching to remove it and have the serial nos.checked just for the heck of it.
    Strung it with BG80 purple color at 24lbs tension. Juego badminton is also kind enough to put a yonex stencil logo.



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    Currently, I'm using arcsaber 8dx and I don't know how much it will affect my timing and play because I want to switch between the two from time to time. I'm eager to test the ti-10. However, I'm recovering from a flu and am too weak to play .

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    playmaker
    thats pretty awesome u got a case, most ti10 3rd gen i know dont come with cases forget the leather cases

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    Quote Originally Posted by Distanc3 View Post
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    thats pretty awesome u got a case, most ti10 3rd gen i know dont come with cases forget the leather cases
    I always tell, if it's free, it's for me.

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    its not so easy to handle actually...can be a bit stiff and heavy head for some ppl
    good luck and share us ur review on ur gen3 ti10 to compare to ur past models if any...
    hope to hear from u very soon

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    I swung around with a 8DX and the Ti-10 is a little harder to play with, but once you get it it's a VERY good racquet. I'm used to it because I played with them back when they were the 1st Gen. Above average defense and very powerful. You get the most when you swing completely through the shots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dimcorner View Post
    I swung around with a 8DX and the Ti-10 is a little harder to play with, but once you get it it's a VERY good racquet. I'm used to it because I played with them back when they were the 1st Gen. Above average defense and very powerful. You get the most when you swing completely through the shots.
    Thanks for the tip. I'm wishing I can wield the racket's potential power.

    Dimcorner, when you say swing completely through the shots, does it mean more arm movement with lots of wrist action?

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