Dita Exa 200

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    This new Dita EXA 200 is the same mould as the Dita Terra V2 Powerhook, which I use.
    I have pictures of this in the gallery (I think) so worth taking a look there. The bow is nice-sized 25mm mid-bow, which I think is actually a bit bigger than that, but evades the 25mm bow restrictions as the powerhook prevents it from being laid flat on a surface.
    The EXA 200 just has a slightly higher carbon content than the V2.
     
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    Hi just looked at the pics and the bows seem ok. Just wondering how you would compare them to a TT10. I know they wont be as extreme but in relation to how low down the stick and such. Would check myself but the 2 hockey shops near me dont stock Dita!
     
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    looks a pretty standard mid bow to me?

    without actually holding one, but from the picture maybe not to dissimilar to the adidas hs1.0/1.1 bow or the mercian cb2 bow?
     
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    judge for yourself but seems not too far off this

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    which is my hs1
     
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    The first EXA 200 you linked to is the one which is the same mould as the Dita V2 I described.
    The EXA 200 has superceded the Exa which mspice dug up from the gallery - which I also owned and was selling. This blue stick was the older model and had a 23mm mid-bow.
    The newer bow is much more pronounced than that.
    I would say the bow on this new EXA 200, is probably closer to 30mm, but as I said before, you can't lay it flat on a surface as the powerhook (banana toe) stops the face of the stick being laid flat - quite sneaky.
     
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    Yes I have a stick that has a bigger bow when rolled over.
    Im just looking round tryin to find similar sticks as I'm undecided what to do. Dont know whether to pick up a cheap TT10 as a replacement as mine is loosing the sweet spot. Try to keep my current TT10 for the rest of season and buy next seasons TT10 or get sponsored and get discount stick.
     
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    Check http://www.dita.nl/
    It says the bow of this EXA 200 is 24,7 mm with a balance point of 55,1 cm
    The blue/white/orange Dita stick that is shown on the forum-linked pics here is the EXA 100 with a bending of 17,74 mm and a balance point at 55,9 cm
    The 100 has got a maxi shaped head, the 200 a midishape with powerhook.

    I haven't used a 200 yet, but a friend of mine has got a Terra V30 with a very similar mould, the powerhook feels great for backhand/indian dribbling.
    But it's all a matter of trying I guess.
     
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    the old Adidas HS1.0 was a low bow with the zeller model being the mid bow. If I remember correctly.
     
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    see above, compared with a 4000 jumbow

    the bow is not really that pronounced for a low bow... is pretty similar to malik DC range, tempest's 24mm probow, addidas 3.1
     
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    yes, its late not extremely late or as I prefer to think of it, as run by firstcapital connect. :growl:
     
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    Since I owned the blue/white/orange Dita, and posted that photo on the forum, I would be fairly sure I know what I am talking about.
    The stick is a Dita EXA 200, it has a bow of 22.98mm.
    It's no good looking at www.dita.nl because this Dita Exa 200 is LAST YEAR'S model.
    As I said before, the NEW, 2009, Dita EXA 200 has taken the SAME mould as the Terra V30, which I also own (as you can see over there <<<), and although the bow is billed on the website as 24.7mm, it would be bigger if the stick could be laid flat.
    Just needed to clarify that. :nerd:
     
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    lol
    so the blue/orange/white dita has a 24mm bow? :rolleyes:
     
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    So which model is it? ;)
     
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    Pipe down cheeky monkeys!! ;)
     

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