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Thoughts on the Bauer One100 stick? And how heavy is it?

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07-13-2014, 11:09 AM
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Thoughts on the Bauer One100 stick? And how heavy is it?

Can anyone tell me about their experience with the Bauer One100 stick? Hockeygiant has what looks like a pretty good deal on Int One100s right now, and I'm thinking about picking one up.

My biggest question is how much does it weigh? I've seen a bunch of different weights for the stick, from 413 grams up to over 470. If it's in the 410-420 range I'll definitely try it, but I don't want to waste the cash on something over 430.

EDIT: For reference, I loved the One95, kind of hated the Vapor X60, and didn't like the TotalOne that much.

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The main difference between the One100 and the One95 is the construction. The One95 is a true OPS, whereas the One100 is a fused one piece.
Basically, it's a Total One with 3K carbon fiber, which makes it a bit heavier, but it feels closer to the One95 than the Total One. According to Inline Warehouse, it's 445 grams.

Take a look at the One.9, which is the closest thing to a One95 you will find. It's an upgraded version of the One100 and One95. It only weighs 429 grams.

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Good rundown of the differences, OTS28. The One100 would be closest to the current One.8, a level below the One.9.

The One100 is decently balanced and should be a sturdy product. Not as light or responsive as your previous sticks, but for $90 they're a great deal.

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Hmm, OK. How about a One100 at $85 v. a Graf G75 at about $115?

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I've never used GRAF sticks, but one of my teammates owns a G75, and he preferred it to his Reebok 11K, which is a better stick than the One100.
I'd say go with the One100 since it's cheaper and will do the job just fine, I'm sure.

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