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Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by Yoppy, May 2, 2011.

  1. j4ckie

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    Invalid attachment :(
     
  2. riffsuad

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    sorry wrong info, lyd and jjs will play in the final superseries.
     
  3. Maklike Tier

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    Okay, lets try this one.
    VICTOR_2011121201.JPG

    Also looks like LYD was using his Signature racket in the Korean GPG, too. Can anyone confirm or deny?
     
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    Here's what I got in the mail today :D

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    i read somewhere that he did use it. lemme find a photo...

    hey, its past "tomorrow night" already. how'd it go with your new rackets?
     
  6. Maklike Tier

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    Five stitches in my eyebrow are unfortunately preventing me from getting on the court. :(
     
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    told you the goose has to be dead before you pluck its feathers :D
     
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    the tragedy! now we're all curious what happened? :p
     
  9. j4ckie

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    If it was a brawl, don't be embarassed - I know a guy (playing on national level) who broke his ankle in two places in one. Three weeks before the start of the season, too :D:D
     
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    It was a badminton ninja fight and I didn't duck quick enough. :rolleyes: Actually I'm pretty sure most people I pass in the street think it was a bar brawl, which is actually pretty cool. Unfortunately just a routine medical issue so no glamourous or dramatic story I'm afraid.

    I'm so bummed I've taken to bouncing shuttles around my loungeroom like some sad, badminton fanatic with a bunch of new rackets in his bag :eek:
     
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    haha, i'd be tearing my hair out if i were you too. actually, i'm tearing my hair out just waiting for you to try them out! :D
     
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    i got myself the SW310 on last month, it is in 3U/G2, the dry weight is 86g only. the color like M.Tier said was really nice. it also came with the spec i was looking for. after strung with nbg98 and wilson overgrip, the weight is ard 92g.
     
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    Cool. How do you like it?
     
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    finally received my 3u victor sw37. really really like it and enjoy using the racket. very aerodynamic, smash is powerful and it felt slightly head heavy. personally i prefer this than my voltric 80. :)
     
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    michaelbyz23,
    now you just have to add your review ot the sw37 thread.

    btw, what is the wet weight and balance point on your sw37?
     
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    I am looking to give a try on Spira 22. What do think if compare to BS or SW with head balance and medium stiff?tqvm. :)
     
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    Just received my 3UG2 BS-10 yesterday, strung with BG80Power 26lbs...head-heavier than my 2U NS9900, swing speed a bit-slower, not as stiff as 9900, but more powerful, I like the solid feeling of BS10, especially driving, I love this racquet...
     
  18. j4ckie

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    Surprising, I was a bit put off by the weight when I swung a 2U NS9900 around once...didn't think it was quick. But then again, it was only dry-swinging for a short time, so I might be wrong. :D
     
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    fel8649,

    your string and overgrip seems really light. Can't believe the wet weight of your racket is only 92g for a 3u.

    my 4u sw37 + ngb 98 + rkep g09 purple weighs in at 92.9g
     
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    yes, esp the color, i was attracted by the color and specs, and the weight, that's why i bought it :)
     

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