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Victor bs09 vs bs10

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by SoS999, Apr 27, 2012.

  1. SoS999

    SoS999 Regular Member

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    Bs 09: stiffness 3/5 head heaviness 3/5Bs 10: stiffness 5/5 head heaviness 3/5Which is easier to smash and handle?
     
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    Depends on whether you're able to flex that 5/5 stiffness. If you don't have the power then go for the less stiff shaft. I prefer BS10 because BS09 is a little flexy for me :p Why don't you go into a badminton shop and try both of them?
     
  3. SoS999

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    But do shops have strunged racket for us to try?
     
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    In Malaysia they do. Some even let their customers try the rackets on the court as well :)
     
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    BS9 is definitely easier to handle. BS10 is much stiffer and slightly less head heavy.
     
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    Anybody know what racquet Shon using in Indian Open final?
     
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    Read alot of review on the net and BC, BS 10 sure is the more popular choice among all the other BS series. How true it is? Should really need to get a dummy set and try it for ourselves. Cant really decide for myself too >.>
     

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