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02-11-2011, 01:51 PM
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Warrior stick comparable to One95?

So, my LHS has several Warrior sticks marked down from $180 to around $130. What would be the closest Warrior model to the One95? Do Warriors have any durability issues? You know, like Eastons are known for the blades going soft or cracking quickly? I assume Vanek or Draper is the closest to the P92 curve, right? Any difference in their flex ratings? I've never used a Warrior before, but at a $50 discount, I would be willing to give it a shot, and I've heard some good things about them.

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maybe the ak27, but not really other than if you go with the shaft it's std like the one95 shaft. not sure about ak27 ops, but dolos are low kick point and the one95 is mid. also i find the puck feel is much better on the one95. as for durability, the dolomites and ak27 are very durable, much better than the eastons.

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Yeah, I'm seeing very few sticks out there with a mid kick point. I mean, I mostly use snap shots, so a low kick would probably be good. I think the puck feel and the "jump" off the stick I get with the One95 is the biggest thing for me.

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Puck Feel of the One95: 2011 Dolomite DD (low kick)

Mid Kick: Kronik series

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Puck Feel of the One95: 2011 Dolomite DD (low kick)

Mid Kick: Kronik series
So the previous Dolomites DDs don't have as good a puck feel as the 2011? I have a feeling the sticks they have are actually 2010 Dolomite DDs.

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From what I've heard, the puck feel is better on the 2011 sticks, but still very good on the 2010. The 2009 HD sticks had terrible durability issues, and there's a thread talking about poor durability of the DD models as well.

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A lot of people seem to be having durability problems with the 2011 Dolos, sounds like the blades are trash:

http://www.modsquadhockey.com/forums...30#entry849010

Don't think the 2010 Dolos had this problem though, and those are probably what are on sale.

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The 2010 Dolos are the Dragon sticks while the 2011 Dolos are the last of the Dolomite line, Green and Orange lettering.

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Welp, I ended up going with a Bauer One100. Seems pretty much identical to the One95 I was using. I paid for it of course.

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the one95 is still my fav stick.

I prefer it to the totalone. from what I hear, the one100 is pretty much a one95 where as the totalone is a one95 shaft with a vapor 60 blade.

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the one95 is still my fav stick.

I prefer it to the totalone. from what I hear, the one100 is pretty much a one95 where as the totalone is a one95 shaft with a vapor 60 blade.
What?? No, the T1 is a true one piece construction, the One100 is a fused shaft and blade. And no the One100 is not pretty much the same, the type of carbon used is different and the foams in it are different. The One95 is also a true one piece construction, unlike the One100. Don't always believe what you hear.

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Still waiting on my dang two-piece one100 options...and a p106 blade option...on that note though http://www.hockeygiant.com/bau10one95sftsr.html . I hesitated posting this since I want them all to myself, but Im broke. First time I have seen one95 shaft for sale in a few months from retailer, hopefully you can snag one^

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What?? No, the T1 is a true one piece construction, the One100 is a fused shaft and blade. And no the One100 is not pretty much the same, the type of carbon used is different and the foams in it are different. The One95 is also a true one piece construction, unlike the One100. Don't always believe what you hear.
I'm not saying the T1 has the X60 blade, but you do realize they can fuse a blade from X stick and shaft from Y stick to create Z stick right?

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I'm not saying the T1 has the X60 blade, but you do realize they can fuse a blade from X stick and shaft from Y stick to create Z stick right?
Obviously, I stated that the One100 was exactly this, and most lower-end sticks are as well

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Obviously, I stated that the One100 was exactly this, and most lower-end sticks are as well
No, I'm saying when they make a "true one piece stick", they could still use the same construction as a X60 blade and a One95 shaft. Then you'd still have a true one piece, but the end product would still exhibit characteristics of the one95 shaft and X60 blade.

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A 'true' OPS means there's no fusion of shaft and blade, it's a single piece. Oh and I'm glad you specified that it was the CHARACTERISTICS fo the One95 shaft and X:60 blade because Bauer wouldn't just throw them together on a new $300+ product, they're much better than that lol

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What?? No, the T1 is a true one piece construction, the One100 is a fused shaft and blade. And no the One100 is not pretty much the same, the type of carbon used is different and the foams in it are different. The One95 is also a true one piece construction, unlike the One100. Don't always believe what you hear.
Regardless of the technical details, I cannot tell the difference between the One95 and the One100. Maybe I will be able to tell down the line, but right now they feel and perform identically.

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A 'true' OPS means there's no fusion of shaft and blade, it's a single piece. Oh and I'm glad you specified that it was the CHARACTERISTICS fo the One95 shaft and X:60 blade because Bauer wouldn't just throw them together on a new $300+ product, they're much better than that lol
Unless I'm mistaken, a "true" OPS means the shaft and blade are woven together at the end. They still make the shaft portion and blade portion separately and at the end they weave them together to create the stick.

Anyway just on a side note, I know the T1 blade and X:60 blades are different because the X:60 blade only uses the Aero Foam II through the blade as where the T1 uses Aero Foam II AND Power Core III inside the blade.

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