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Victor (Asia)

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Ferrerkiko, Mar 20, 2010.

  1. chann

    chann Regular Member

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    sounds good man when u said fast and plenty of power already. waiting for more victor buds to try it :D

    Long live victor! :D
     
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    racket collector says good then surely good :D
    left so few models oni meh? i tot got a lot more? too many to list out? hehe
     
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    the rest sold already.... only keep those that i like to play with..... but i am really surprise with this SP21..... really like it..... coz i tried my colleague's BS09, it just didnt fit me( slow racket, find it slower than AT900T)....

    for 2 hours, i didnt even bring out my YY rackets at all.... LOL......
     
  4. RSLvictorSOTX

    RSLvictorSOTX Regular Member

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    I wish you had a victor SW 35 to compare with Spira 21:D. I have SW 35 but no Spira 21:(.
     
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    but what fits me might not fits u.... as i like arc7 very much... i also like ns9900.... and at900t.... hehehhehe.....

    ns9900 is when i am in the mood.... while arc 7 is very very forgiving racket..... same goes with at900t..... kekekeke
     
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    RSLvictorSOTX Regular Member

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    Yeah but at least I'll have a gut feeling:), anyways if you had the chance to compare notes, just post it here, thanks:).
     
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    No prob.... i will test out the sp21 again tomorrow.... it will have a clearer picture of it... :)
    hopefully there is someone using sw35 in the club tomorrow....
     
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    Plkvoon,

    May I ask which store in Taiwan you got SP21 from?
    and what kinda bag did it come with?
     
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    What version of spira that you tested ? 3U or 4U version ?
     
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    3U G2.....

    It did came with a standard 2-3 victor racket bag(which is the same bag given when my colleague bought explorer series)... i didnt take it though.... just exchange it with some grips.....
     
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    Which store did you go?
    I wanna buy one too.
     
  12. george@chongwei

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    Have u tried the BS10 before. Is the racket as stiff as bs 10?
     
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    Guys and gals, anyone log serious court time with the Spira 21 yet? Please kindly post your reviews, tks:).
     
  14. paulstewart64

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    guys

    I will have a sample Spira soon. I'll compare it to SW35, BS10 etc if you like. I have already rewiewed a few of the top Victor racquets - they're all great racquets.

    Paul
    www.badminton-coach.co.uk
     
  15. RSLvictorSOTX

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    Yesss! Finally, we'll have a review soon:cool:. Wow, salivating to get the comparisons between current and the most popular Victors of recent:cool::cool::cool:.

    Many thanks Paul. All the best to you!
     
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    Yes, i agreed with brothers here Victor Spiral 21 is a good racket.. personally i feel that it is even better than Yonex Z slash..

    Hope to see the korea team use this racket soon !
     
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    In what way is the Spira 21 better than the Z Slash ?

    You have both racquets ?
     
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    There is a very good review on badmintoncn.com (in chinese) and I feel that it is very accurate. To summarize the reviewer's opinion, the Spira is a very demanding racquet, suitable for professional or advance players as it require good technique and form.

    I must say I agree with the review as I just got a Spira 21 and it is very difficult to use, even more difficult to use than the TC700. I need to log more time with the Spira 21 and maybe I can get used to it like how I have gotten use to the TC700.
     
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    wah teoky so fierce , spiral21 liao . stiffness compared to tc 700?
     
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    I feel that the shaft is very stiff, even more than the TC700.
     

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