I have been using a Sae 30 for a few years now, and it works very well for me. I have not really made any changes with it, but I think I am a good enough user that I don’t need to change anything. What I like about the 30 is that it is very light. It is also lightweight and compact. The weight is about the same as a Sae 20, and that is just fine for me.
I used the 10-15 as my main unit for my second playthrough, and I decided to add a bunch more units for that. I didn’t change anything. It seems that the 20 has the same weight as the 10, and it seems like that is not the case for me.
I have the same weight with the 10, because I am a light guy who likes to work out, so I prefer to carry more than my weight. With the 30, I’m a heavier guy and I prefer to carry less. So, I’m not sure what the difference is, but it may be my taste in units, and I may change my mind when I get a chance to play more of the new stuff.
The issue is with the 20 vs. 10. I have the same weight on both units, but as you mentioned the 20 will be a lot less than the 10. The 30 is a bit lighter, so I think that is a wash. But I guess I will test it out myself, and if it doesn’t work out, then I will probably switch to the 10.
I’ve played and enjoyed both the 20 and 10 units very much. I love the 20 but a bit too heavy overall for me. I think it would be a bit better for me if it had a weight of 70, but as it is it is just a bit too light. I think it is great that the 30 is now a bit lighter, but I think the 10 is a bit better overall. It seems to be more stable and has enough power to last an extended run.
I think the 30 is a bit too light, whereas the 10 is a bit too heavy. There is too much weight to go around and too little power to last an extended run.
I think the 30 is a bit too light and the 10 is a bit too heavy. There is too much weight to go around and too little power to last an extended run.
I don’t think this trailer will convince you that the 30 is a bit lighter, but I think it will make you think about the 10 being a bit heavier than the 30. That is because if you’re going to put an anchor point on the 30, you have to be very careful. If the anchor point is too high, you are going to be knocked out. If the anchor point is too low, you are going to be knocked out.
It’s not often that I can go from an idea in my head to an idea in my head and out of my head in less than 12 hours. However, with the new SAE 30, I had a bit of a headache yesterday. I had a really hard time understanding why I was even able to run and not get knocked out. I then remembered that I had left the SAE 30 on my front door overnight, and went to check it out the next day.
The SAE 30 is a new “smart” anchor point. Instead of having just one anchor point, the SAE 30 is composed of a number of anchor points. When an anchor point is selected, the SAE 30 starts to move. This means that the SAE 30 starts to move away from the anchor point you selected instead of heading toward the anchor point you selected.