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Bravesword 10 and 11

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by Babyface, Mar 8, 2010.

  1. roy b

    roy b Regular Member

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    The BS10 sounds just like my cup of tea. But, by the look of it, it seems far too.....well.....er...... far too....... how shall I say...... grey............. :eek:

    Could Victor spruce it up a bit ? :p
     
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    The BS 10 is a superb racket, don't be put off by the paint!:p
     
  3. roy b

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    Cheers MTR. Unfortunately, any purchases must be officially agreed with HWMBO :eek:...... I'll work on it !!!
     
  4. Easy Tiger

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    Damn it, looks like I'll have to buy a BS10 now.

    You guys should be on commission.
     
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    I just feel that Victor are producing some quality rackets that aren't getting the recognition they deserve.
     
  6. LD rules!

    LD rules! Regular Member

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    this member is spot on:p they just have to make charts of the rackets balance and stiffness, more clear.
     
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    Wonder why you buy more badminton rackets while on BC forum than when you're not!?

    :eek:

    i moved from 2 rackets-man to 7 rackets-man after hanging out here at the forum and seriously, it wasn't necessary...

    and after this post, it could be 8 rackets-man when the price is right!
     
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    well....sometimes it's more like 'to get a feel ' of this and that racquet ...lol..

    i'm going into my 14 th 'stick' now..:)

    gotta replace my broken Finnex first..:crying::crying: ( not by me- a friend of mine who wants to try it out )...

    albeit,my fault in a way... praising it way too much perhaps ??:D:D

    a good stick tho... must get 2 more...:p

    .... BS 11 is a good stick... prolly getting Bs 10 mebbe nx mth..
     
  9. paulstewart64

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    I tested 9 Victor racquets this week and will be reviewing them on my blog very soon in both video format and written article.

    This is a seriously underrated brand of racquets. There are so many good racquets to choose from and at prices considerably below some of the more well-known brands. You should check them out.

    Reviews will be published in 2 weeks on my blog www.badminton-coach.co.uk

    To your success

    Paul
     
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    Totally agreed with the above. Now i am using BS09, BS10 and SW36. Use to own a SW35 too. Victor is an excellent brand which is underrated by so many until they sponsor korean team.
     
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    which Finnex model broken? Power smash?:D
     
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    I have always said that Victor is under rated and SW33P is probably the most under rated model in the line up.

    It is very durable as it has literally flown out of my hands a few time and hitting against the floor, it has also been restrung a few times at tension of 28lbs and even once at 30lbs !

    The power and control from the racquet is also very good, so good that I actually use it more often than BS10.
     
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    wow so many compliments for BS 10 and 11, but I wonder the BS 11 is less demanding than the BS10, rite? even though it's not so powerful as BS10.

    since I dunt have strong arms so I wonder maybe BS11 will fit me more?

    NR
     
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    Hey, I try as many rackets on the court as I can. However, NOBODY here has anything interesting, so it's up to me to buy the interesting stuff so i can try them out! ;)
     
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    Infinity 9000.... :crying::crying::crying: not the Power Smash...

    both are my 'go to' sticks always...
     
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    I received the BS11 and it is a decent racket , but I would not rate it in the same league as the NS9900 and AT900P in doubles. and as a single racket , it just does not have that punch required and you really have to work for the shots and if you prefer maneuverability , you dont have that either with the BS11 , still a solid racket and a nice feel.

    (doubles ) T200 > Ns9900 > AT900P > BS11
    (singles) NS8000 > NS9900 > L70 > T200 > BS11

    as you can see i dont even have room in the bag for the BS11 :(
     
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    Still Thinking About Getting A Siw35/36 !!!
     
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    WRT SW35, I'm doing more than thinking:D. Watch for an Arc Z for sale soon...
     
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    And you don't even rate the AT900P as a singles racket?

    What a bogus comparo!
     
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    well, I am the one who own all those rackets and have been playing /testing them in number of matches and sessions. If I think the AT900T aint suitable for me in singles then who are you to judge :mad:. Just because some pros uses it does not mean everyone would fall in love with the racket ,
    peace out !
     

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