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    Quote Originally Posted by zzz...
    It is definitely genuine, no doubt about it, with SP code and Halogram sticker.

    Please post review if you have tried it. Thanks
    Having SP code and the sticker doesn't really tells if the racket being
    genuine or not.. if u read all those hundreds "how to spot a fake racket" old posts. u'll see how "real" fakes have become. So back to square one
    we need pics pics pics pcis more pics..

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluejeff
    I am wondering why it is not widely available? Normally, if there is a new racket released by Yonex, either HK, JP, TW will have it in ADs.

    Again, it would be nice to see more pictures
    that is why my reservation on its authenicity

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    So is it a new and authentic Ti-10? The colour scheme is like a NS 6000

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    Arrow Pointless discussion

    Saying it is definitely genuine doesn't prove it is.
    Pictures don't guarantee that it is genuine either, but at least obvious fakes can be recognized, though it's possible that you can mistake a genuine racket as a fake.
    Yonex also does not publish a list of authorized Yonex retailers, so you can't really tell if a particular store sells genuine products.
    I'd suggest whoever is interested in buying one before it is public announced to contact Yonex directly to confirm that they are indeed reintroducing the Ti 10. Otherwise, wait and see if it appears in the next catalog.

    Side note: the old Ti 10's shaft does not indicate the balance. To me, the Ti 10 feels between even balance and head-light, in comparison to the AT500. I would say the Ti 10 is more headlight then MP77 which says "Even balance" on the shaft. Of course, Ti 10 is more head heavy then Ti 7, NS 7000, etc. My conclusion: it's possible for a reintroduced Ti 10 to be head light, but can't be certain that has to be head light.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TLCal
    Not in the NA, but there's a pretty good site of course if you can read Chinese they sell 100% geniune products... they have Ti 10 CP, SP, CH (2,3,4U) and many more rackets... even the MP 100!!!

    http://www.bbesports.com/index.htm
    Of course, you could always try the English version of their site:

    http://www.bbesports.com/English/index.htm

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    If they are without question, 100% genuine racquets, then i'm tempted to buy a couple of ti-10s' they work out at 84 ish each, delivered to the uk, including the credit cards fees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mannie
    If they are without question, 100% genuine racquets, then i'm tempted to buy a couple of ti-10s' they work out at 84 ish each, delivered to the uk, including the credit cards fees.
    Checked with Sunrise Singapore and confirmed that the golden yellowish Ti-10 is similar to the old Ti-10 in all aspects except colour. They mentioned that all the while the old Ti-10 was never labelled as head heavy nor head light.

    With that being confirmed, can we say that the old Ti-10 is actually head light?

    Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HKChua
    Checked with Sunrise Singapore and confirmed that the golden yellowish Ti-10 is similar to the old Ti-10 in all aspects except colour. They mentioned that all the while the old Ti-10 was never labelled as head heavy nor head light.

    With that being confirmed, can we say that the old Ti-10 is actually head light?

    Thanks.
    Neither the 2U nor 3U Ti10 was head light to me.

    Did you ask Sunrise if they were real Ti-10s?

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    Pls remember racquet manufacturers have the right to change specs of any model without any prior notice to the public. If you want to be 100% sure that the new Ti10 is the same as the old one, just email or write (never 'phone for verbal info) to Sunrise and ask them to confirm in writing that the new Ti10 has exactly the same materials and other material specs as the old one, including the use of ultra high modulus graphite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DinkAlot
    Neither the 2U nor 3U Ti10 was head light to me.

    Did you ask Sunrise if they were real Ti-10s?
    Yes, confirmed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HKChua
    Yes, confirmed.
    OK, so they are confirmed, new Ti10s. Where are the reviews?

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    I think everyone is scared if it's fake Why don't you bite the bullet and order one in for us, to confirm and review

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wizbit
    I think everyone is scared if it's fake Why don't you bite the bullet and order one in for us, to confirm and review
    My bad luck with Yonex rackets? No thanks. The handle will probably come loose or I'll have one out-of-spec or the frame will crack or...

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    When will Sunrise re-introduce Boron 2................................

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    Quote Originally Posted by HKChua
    Yes, confirmed.
    How could Sunrise say everything is the same where on the shaft, the material used is already different. Old one with Ultra High Modulus Graphite, and new one with High Modulus Graphite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zzz...
    How could Sunrise say everything is the same where on the shaft, the material used is already different. Old one with Ultra High Modulus Graphite, and new one with High Modulus Graphite.
    The cost of UHMG is probably 10 times more than HMG now. Also manufacturers have the right to change the type of materials used. The same applies to a change in colour.

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    Quote Originally Posted by taneepak
    The cost of UHMG is probably 10 times more than HMG now. Also manufacturers have the right to change the type of materials used. The same applies to a change in colour.
    Really? If that's the case, then if I'm able to purchase UHMG rackets for $45-$65 USD, then that should be an excellent price, yes?

    Assuming everything else being equal.

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