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    Just wondering how much the approximate price for an old Ti-10 is?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jasonvan View Post
    As to 3U(new) vs 3U(old) I think difference is the weight balance? I've been reading on the forums and ppl are saying the new one is head light in comparsion to the old one?
    i thought it is 2U, so it will be more head heavy .......

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    oh, my friend wanted 2U, I wanted a 3U as I think my defense will suffer with a 2U, I'm using a 2U Arc Saber 7 and I feel a bit slow with my defense and I'm sure with a ti-10 it will be ultra slow... hehe...

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    Quote Originally Posted by drifit View Post
    Ti-10;
    current (3U) vs old (3u)
    any differences......?
    old is head heavy,therefore is a offensive raquet
    current one is more like balanced one
    and the old one is stiffer
    so if ur a hard smasher,u should get the old one
    but heard that new one was not bad, good for pushing, bao is also using it
    im now not in HK, but heard that the old ti10 price gone up so much
    and hard to find it,when i bought it, its like 680hkd,now its hkd 10xx~13xx,thats the price that i heard from my fds
    but its still gd for u coz canadian dollar is so strong now, like 1:8, i think it may still be cheaper to buy in HK than in canada(poor me,i just came here and the currency is)

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