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Finally, a true successor to the One95..?

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09-05-2012, 08:11 AM
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I'm potentially interested. Anyone know what the MSRP is going to be?

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I would have to think it's around $200. My guess is it's priced similar to the Vapor 7.0 stick.

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And the only part of the line in which the one100 was a successor to the one95 was the skates. Its the exact same skate, just a bit lighter. I prefer the one100 skates to the totalOnes, anyways. The moisture wicking ankle pad just wore off after a month anyways.
Different tongue and different tendon guard but you're essentially correct.

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Different tongue and different tendon guard but you're essentially correct.
If i was so worried about inter-changeable tongues I'd have sprung for the MLXs :p
I really wasn't a fan of any of the "up-grades" from the 100 to the TO.

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I'm potentially interested. Anyone know what the MSRP is going to be?
MSRP at my store is/will be $229.99.

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09-06-2012, 07:57 AM
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MSRP at my store is/will be $229.99.
Well, **** that then. I'm happy with my Sherwood N12, which I got for just over $150.

EDIT: Stupid me, forgot for a moment that I use an intermediate. Any idea as to the MSRP on an INT? Closer to $190 or $200, I'd imagine.

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Well, **** that then. I'm happy with my Sherwood N12, which I got for just over $150.

EDIT: Stupid me, forgot for a moment that I use an intermediate. Any idea as to the MSRP on an INT? Closer to $190 or $200, I'd imagine.
Yeah, if i remembr correctly itll be $209.99 for the int.

Btw how do you like the n12. For some reason we only carry the n10, 8 and 6 and I tested the top two in our stick shop and tbh i loves the feel of the stick. Loved the blade, in particular, but obv that wont be the same as true ice time with them.

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Love it so far. It's light and responsive, with a mostly great feel. My only complaint is that it feels a little flimsy somehow, but as long as it doesn't break I don't care about that so much.

My last three sticks were the Vapor X:60, the TotalOne and the One95. I'd rank them as follows:

One95 > N12 > Total One > X:60

I really didn't like the blade shape of the TotalOne or the X:60, especially the heel. Plus my TotalOne only lasted two months, which isn't long for me.

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so, anyone try the one.9 yet?

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