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06-05-2010, 05:12 PM
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Yeah, that was my conclusion. Agreed it sucks. I was looking forward to the ONE100 but if it has the X:60 blade then I'd rather get the TotalONE. But better yet, I should just stock up on One95's

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06-05-2010, 05:15 PM
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Yeah, that was my conclusion. Agreed it sucks. I was looking forward to the ONE100 but if it has the X:60 blade then I'd rather get the TotalONE. But better yet, I should just stock up on One95's
My thoughts. They'll hit clearance soon and they're the best sticks I've ever used.

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06-05-2010, 06:06 PM
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I just got the one85 stick, and I think its pretty amazing! My next stick will be either the one85 or one95 (because of the yellow line haha)

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09-03-2010, 04:03 PM
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TotalONE sticks up for pre-order on Hockey Monkey

http://www.hockeymonkey.com/bauer-ho...talone-sr.html

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09-03-2010, 04:50 PM
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TotalONE sticks up for pre-order on Hockey Monkey

http://www.hockeymonkey.com/bauer-ho...talone-sr.html
Gees only 3 curve selection? Brutal

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09-03-2010, 05:43 PM
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I'd check with him again, it doesnt make sense. Its a very different blade than what is currently being used on the Supreme stick and the blade is one of the reasons that Supreme users use that stick. It wouldnt make sense for them to put the same blade on the different lines as you'd basically be overlapping tech on the two lines.

That and I've found that reps are sometimes the last to be given the actual info and he may be assuming, just like others, that its the same based on the weave.
btw i did ask him again a few weeks ago when he was in and he said its very very similar, just a slight subtle difference in the make up of the blade between the two sticks

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09-03-2010, 07:49 PM
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btw i did ask him again a few weeks ago when he was in and he said its very very similar, just a slight subtle difference in the make up of the blade between the two sticks
Well, that would be unfortunate as the blade is the best part of the One95. I didnt realize how much I liked it till I used a different stick a couple games ago and went back to my One95 and it was just night and day difference.

No offense, but I hope you and your rep are wrong.

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10-07-2010, 10:43 PM
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Finally got a chance to feel this stick in person.

Strangely whippy. Flexed the INT and 87 flex senior, they both seemed much, much whippier than they should've been. The 87 senior flexed like it was a 65 flex or something. The biggest thing though, is just how light the stick is. It's pretty expensive though...

Held the Total100 stick as well, slightly heavier than the TotalOne.

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10-08-2010, 02:34 AM
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Finally got a chance to feel this stick in person.

Strangely whippy. Flexed the INT and 87 flex senior, they both seemed much, much whippier than they should've been. The 87 senior flexed like it was a 65 flex or something. The biggest thing though, is just how light the stick is. It's pretty expensive though...

Held the Total100 stick as well, slightly heavier than the TotalOne.
I've noticed that lighter sticks that are rated for, say, an 85 flex, are much whippier than a slightly heavier stick in the exact same flex... An 87 flex One95, or an 85 flex S17 feels way too whippy for me, but an 85 flex Easton Synergy ST is pretty much perfect... Go figure.

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Just picked up a TotalONE and I'm gonna use it today in practice I'll let you guys know how it is.

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Well I just finished my first practice with it great for slapshots let's for a lot of a quicker release time because it's so light and it's a pretty good stick for everything else. Definetly the best stick I have ever had.

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10-13-2010, 05:16 AM
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Is it more lika an X:60 or the one95? Im shooting about 3 slapshots per season so i want a low kick point as it is on the X60.

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10-13-2010, 08:20 AM
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the totalone stick is the reason why i wake up in the morning

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10-13-2010, 09:30 AM
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Is it more lika an X:60 or the one95? Im shooting about 3 slapshots per season so i want a low kick point as it is on the X60.
Supposed to be really similar to the One95 but with a different blade.

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10-13-2010, 06:43 PM
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Supposed to be really similar to the One95 but with a different blade.
Adjusted kickpoint also.

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10-14-2010, 12:56 PM
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Adjusted kickpoint also.
expanded more is how i would describe it

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10-14-2010, 02:18 PM
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expanded more is how i would describe it
Actually, the opposite.

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10-14-2010, 02:59 PM
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Actually, the opposite.
i was told that the kickpoint was expanded and is larger

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i was told that the kickpoint was expanded and is larger
You were told wrong. The lowest part of the stick, which is stiff has been made larger, so less of the stick flexes, it's more concentrated.

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10-14-2010, 07:19 PM
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You were told wrong. The lowest part of the stick, which is stiff has been made larger, so less of the stick flexes, it's more concentrated.
As always, TBLfan is correct with his stick knowledge.

So far, customer response has been overwhelmingly positive towards this stick. I usually don't buy or review a new twig until i've gotten some feedback on durability from other people, however...and its way too soon for that.

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Quick question for those who may know...so I see they have a one100 one-piece out...any clue if this is much more similar to the one95 than the totalone kickpoint wise? Also will they be coming out with it as a two-piece like the one95s?

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I know that you can't tell how a stick will work just by feeling it in your hands in the store, but the TotalONE is arguably the best stick I've felt... the balance and strength you feel is amazing and it's incredibly light.

Don't mean to threadjack, but I tried out the Easton EQ50 there as well, and although it was kind of heavy, the Balance in that stick is amazing. I've never felt a stick that didn't feel bottom heavy at all.

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10-14-2010, 10:45 PM
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Quick question for those who may know...so I see they have a one100 one-piece out...any clue if this is much more similar to the one95 than the totalone kickpoint wise? Also will they be coming out with it as a two-piece like the one95s?
One100 is essentially the same stick as the One95 was.

And yes, there is a TotalOne shaft available as well, its a standard hosel just like the One95 was.

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10-15-2010, 08:58 AM
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One100 is essentially the same stick as the One95 was.

And yes, there is a TotalOne shaft available as well, its a standard hosel just like the One95 was.
Was asking if the one100s would come in two-piece, but I guess they will just odd to me they didnt come out right with the one-piece. Thanks though^

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Is Bauer going to continue with three stick lines? Vapor, Total and Supreme?

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