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Victor fans club

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

  1. j4ckie

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    Every company except Yonex produces in China.....it's just the cheapest. No idea why that should be sad :confused:
     
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    Hi, can i be a part of the Victor's fan club? Was using proace rackets last time and my friend gave me permission to try out his BS09. It was like love in first sight. Bought myself SW35 cos I was more of a backcourt player in doubles and I love it! Best decision i've ever made :D
     
  3. Maklike Tier

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    Really? They're the same price as far as I know - circa UDS150 give or take.
     
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    welcome! :D
     
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    from what i know victor racket made in taiwan for high end model.
     
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    Yes Maklike Tier. It's Kason TSF 300 Ti.
     
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    loool. give your points after test it with string and shuttle:rolleyes:

    Is it made in China? Any sources? That would be the reason why BS LYD is cheaper than other BS models. And especially why it was available for 100£.
     
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    He knows that. You're the one who said TSF Ti without the 300 :p

     
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    Show us where to get 2 x TSF 300 TI for the price for one BS LYD.
     
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    I think it was printed on the racket package "Made in China". In vietnam, BS LYD is much more expensive than all other BS (more expensive than all the current Victor rackets)...
     
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    Maybe the stock is very limited in Vietnam?

    I just know that BS LYD is sold cheaper in Germany, United Kingdom, Switzerland. And that from the start on...! :eek:
     
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    riffsuad.. can you share which shop have stock for BS-LYD?
     
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    at honly taman sentosa jb. the shop got from far east, i believe KL will get it first.
     
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    yup, "made in china" was printed on the shaft.
     
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    hi,everyone.have been using bs 12 with vs650 string.but recently i noticed that there is a new string call ns660ti.thinking of switching string so can i ask if anyone have use this two string before and can your tell me the difference????pls help!!thanks!!!:)
     
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    it is new string, less people hv chance to try it. maybe u can the first user and then tell us about the performance..
     
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    i will try it after my current string break which should be before next week.
     
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    MY coded already available .. will look for it :D.. thanks..
     
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    Hm the BS LYD is a little cheaper than the BS10/11 when they came out, I believe the same prize as the BS09 when it was released. Makes sense - it's LYD's next racket, so they expect big sells, and the price makes it much more attractive than, for example, a ZForce, which costs almost 25% more around here. It's probably not the highest quality carbon either, which explains the big price gap to the MX series where woven carbon is used.
    Anyhow, I'm excited to get my hands on it soon - and wonder how it compares to BS09/10. :)
     
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    People have this idea that 2x2 twill is somehow better than rackets that don't have it, but I'm not convinced either way. It's also impossible to know whether or not it's largely just a cosmetic final layer. The Braveswords are incredibly tough rackets and considering how thin they are, in any respect.
     

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