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Bauer X:15 , 20 and 40 sticks

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10-16-2009, 04:12 PM
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The X15 feels like the Vapor XII, and the X40 feels like the XVI. Almost carbon copies when I felt them in the store today.
Thank you, I was considering the XVI before I saw the X40...I am now considering the X40, XVI and the new Stealth S7

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10-17-2009, 06:27 PM
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I'd NEVER use a debit card online... debit cards don't have the same fraud protections that credit cards do, and once the money's out of your account - the bank really generally doesn't care to put it back there.
Sorry, but that's not correct. If you've had a bad experience, that sucks. And it's a definite possibility. But if it's a Visa card, that guarantee comes from Visa. No matter if it's a credit or a debit card. Same with Mastercard.


Anyway, I have last years 7k, and the x40 seems a fair amount heavier. I'd still consider trying it out for $99 as the rest of it seemed pretty nice.

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Sorry, but that's not correct. If you've had a bad experience, that sucks. And it's a definite possibility. But if it's a Visa card, that guarantee comes from Visa. No matter if it's a credit or a debit card. Same with Mastercard.


Anyway, I have last years 7k, and the x40 seems a fair amount heavier. I'd still consider trying it out for $99 as the rest of it seemed pretty nice.
Id be happy with a stick that's lighter than my One55 OPS and not as light as the X60 lol...

Anyone try the Easton Stealth S7 ?

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I have the Vapor XXXX and the X15 and love the feeling of them both actually. The XXXX was a bit on the long side so i had to cut it down a bit. However of all the sticks I've ever used my favorite was the Bauer One90.

Question to anyone on two piece sticks, say I bought an x60 shaft and x60 blade, does it end up feeling the same as the OPS? I'm thinking about possibly making the jump to two pieces just to save some money in the future since I usually break it on the blade more than the actual shaft. Is it worth making the jump?

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I am a relative noob, but I was using the Bauer One55 for a few months and then I switched to the x20 a couple months ago and I like it a lot. The puck seems to come off the x20 a lot quicker whether it is on a wrister or a slapper. Keep in mind though that this is coming from a guy who has never used a really high end composite that was more than $75.

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