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    Wow, are you dirty Harry ? I agree that Ti-10 is an exquisite piece of badminton equipment at a standard other racquets are measured against.

    Quote Originally Posted by smashmouth
    You can equate a Ti 10 to the 44 Magnum pistol that packs a wallop but takes time to get used to. In my case, it took me about 3 weeks. However, once you've learned to play with the Ti 10, you'll simply fall in love with it - HARD. Other racquets will not easily measure up to a Ti10.

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    with new rackets like mp series and nano series...ti10 is getting really old but i still love it!!!

    Ti10 is really a steal these days, w new ones going for S$160 w strings. many who borrowed my racket when their strign broke all surprised by Ti10's power.

    now there are at least 4 who have switch to ti10 after trying it. good rackets dont need advertising, just let them try...

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    Love the Ti10. The older Cabs and the Ti10 are my favorite Yonex rackets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    Love the Ti10. The older Cabs and the Ti10 are my favorite Yonex rackets.
    Hey Dink, didnt you drop you Ti-10 and moved to AT700 after?

    Ti-10 and cab21 is also my favourite racquets^^

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    I tried the TI-10 not a long time ago and loved so much that i got one just for heck of it I'm using my AT800OFF most of the time but using the Ti-10 from time to time is quite fun

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brave_Turtle
    Hey Dink, didnt you drop you Ti-10 and moved to AT700 after?
    Yes, I dropped the 2U Ti10 for the AT800-OF, then NS8000 then SOTX Woven 8 and 9. The reasons why:

    2U Ti10: great attacking racket but defense is weak, relatively speaking. Also as I play more advanced players, they attack faster and I need a more mobile racket.

    4U AT800-OF: durability problems, chipping, cracks, handle comes loose or breaks.

    3U NS8000: not as stable nor as powerful as the SOTX Woven rackets.

    SOTX: Woven 9 for me is the ideal balance between attacking and defense. If I need more defense, I go with the Woven 8. If I need more offense, I go with the Woven 7.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    Yes, I dropped the 2U Ti10 for the AT800-OF, then NS8000 then SOTX Woven 8 and 9. The reasons why:

    2U Ti10: great attacking racket but defense is weak, relatively speaking. Also as I play more advanced players, they attack faster and I need a more mobile racket.

    4U AT800-OF: durability problems, chipping, cracks, handle comes loose or breaks.

    3U NS8000: not as stable nor as powerful as the SOTX Woven rackets.

    SOTX: Woven 9 for me is the ideal balance between attacking and defense. If I need more defense, I go with the Woven 8. If I need more offense, I go with the Woven 7.
    have you tried the 3u version. i started w 3u version, loved it then bought the 2u version thinking that i can get more atteacking power. but i suffered in defense and though i try to get use to it, i can really feel the difference which switching in between the 2u and 3u version. maybe you ought to try the 3u version. MUCH better defensively i think. i sold my 2u after

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    got one, fell in love with it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by surge
    have you tried the 3u version. i started w 3u version, loved it then bought the 2u version thinking that i can get more atteacking power. but i suffered in defense and though i try to get use to it, i can really feel the difference which switching in between the 2u and 3u version. maybe you ought to try the 3u version. MUCH better defensively i think. i sold my 2u after
    Yes, I had four 2Us and two 3Us. I agree with your findings. The 3U is better at defense but lacks power compared to the 2U.

    I'm using the SOTX Woven 7 now, which is as powerful if not more powerful than my 2U Ti10s. The defense of the Woven 7 is like the 2U Ti10, weaker (relatively speaking) but I'm adapting...

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    Default Finally! My own Ti-10

    FINALLY! Yes!. After 2 months of hard work finding Ti-10 (it's quite rare nowadays), I got my ti-10 today . I strung it at 24Ibs, BG66.

    I'm the kind of player who smash like noone's business.
    I dun defend, defend=syntax error
    I just kill. "sRaIgHt tO dA fLoOr & bYe ByE"

    I dun care anything, the shuttle must come with feathers before touching the string and MUST leave the strings without feathers.

    As long I dun destroy any shuttles, I dun go home.

    And Ti-10 did it just what I wanted, for so many years.
    Will never buy any other racquet than this.
    But only thing,too powerful it is. Hard to control, it can be.
    More training and discipline I need for me, to control this powerful baby ....
    Much much more for me learn from this racquet...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smash Addict
    FINALLY! Yes!. After 2 months of hard work finding Ti-10 (it's quite rare nowadays), I got my ti-10 today .

    I dun defend, defend=syntax error
    I just kill. "sRaIgHt tO dA fLoOr & bYe ByE"

    I dun care anything, the shuttle must come with feathers before touching the string and MUST leave the strings without feathers.

    As long I dun destroy any shuttles, I dun go home.
    Uhhhhh, congrats on getting the racket but how can you not defend and only attack? That "unpossible". What if the opponents drop on you or push the shuttle back deep? How can you always attack?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    Uhhhhh, congrats on getting the racket but how can you not defend and only attack? That "unpossible". What if the opponents drop on you or push the shuttle back deep? How can you always attack?
    That's why I rarely win ... , I play badminton purely on leisure, not for winning.But now, I'm learning slowly to defend and etc.
    But I just love smashing,I guess everyone loves smashing too...

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    Nice one.. i've gotten a ti-10 CP. But usually i use it for practice. Not for play. I prefer mp99 or At700 for regular play than ti-10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smash Addict
    But I just love smashing,I guess everyone loves smashing too...
    Not me, I just like dinking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants
    Nice one.. i've gotten a ti-10 CP. But usually i use it for practice. Not for play. I prefer mp99 or At700 for regular play than ti-10.
    I was wondering, why? I mean, u use ti-10 for training only? I'm actually a new ti-10 user, but I wud just like to learn from you senior ti-10 users out there

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smash Addict
    I was wondering, why? I mean, u use ti-10 for training only? I'm actually a new ti-10 user, but I wud just like to learn from you senior ti-10 users out there
    Ti-10 is definately not an easy racket to use. During normal games, it does takes alot of energy from you. The game is definately getting faster and of course i'm not getting faster either. After trainning of practicing with ti-10. You will find other rackets is much easier to use as well. But of course we can still use ti-10 for our normal game. It depends on each person's preference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ants
    Ti-10 is definately not an easy racket to use. During normal games, it does takes alot of energy from you. The game is definately getting faster and of course i'm not getting faster either. After trainning of practicing with ti-10. You will find other rackets is much easier to use as well. But of course we can still use ti-10 for our normal game. It depends on each person's preference.
    Oh, I see.... I still have not tried it on a game yet. So far only some rallies abit, and hard smashing. Much more to learn

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