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Victor Super Waves 35

Discussion in 'Badminton Rackets / Equipment' started by chungjun, Oct 2, 2009.

  1. alana07

    alana07 Regular Member

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    boleh tongpang satu racket BS11 ah???:D:p
     
  2. huangxl

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    Haha, you really want ah Bro? SW35 feels like a Stiffer armotec 900 power. Swing speed better due to the square head shape
     
  3. alana07

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    i mean BS11, SW35 will cause pain for my elbows...:D
     
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    @alana:
    I think the BS11 is rated as stiff as SW36 only not SW35

    So I think it will work well with u as ur SW36 :)

    I myself still don't know what the differences between SW36 and BS11

    NR
     
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    Same question I am having. I know that there is a difference in head shape but is that all...
     
  6. Ferrerkiko

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    Bro Huangxi : how much do u bought super wave 35 from Chris ?
     
  7. huangxl

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    155 without string and grip. Was waiting for my zymax 62
     
  8. Ferrerkiko

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    So bro , i am looking for a racket stiffness and head heavy like armotec 700, which one u recommend ?
     
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    Victor superwave 35. That is ur answer
     
  10. niemrieng

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    So I think we should be patient to wait for someone have chances to test them both and give us a clue.

    NR
     
  11. hduong

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    What's the cheapest place to buy the SW35/SW 36 in KL? Also whats the price in RM?


    Thanks
     
  12. deathscythe

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    U can get it from AJ Puchong for RM400
     
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    Thanks,

    My friend is going to KL in Dec. and picking one up for me. Still undecided on 35 or 36. Leaning toward 36 as it's less stiff.
     
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    any one know where to buy a cheap victor racket?
    i prefer to SW35, artery Ti99, BS 10.
    please advise to me;)
     
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    If $$ is not an issue you can consider buying both. Solve your dilemma :p
     
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    Money not an big issue as I only end up paying 40% of the actual price. Company pays the other 60%:D. But I already have 4 racquets. Might need to sell my MP30 if I decide to get 2. If I do get 2 it would be BS10 and a SW.
     
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    Indeed the Victor staff offered me a 15% discount off the SW35/36 (Retail price Baht 4,200) / BS09 (Baht 3,750) and you pay extra for the string/stringing eg. Baht190 for BG66.

    The prices of Victor racquets sold at First Sports, National Stadium are slightly lower.
     
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    Sealman, Paragon has promotion for their membership card. They give you a book of coupons. However, there are 2 type of books: Thai and Expatriates. They both have coupons for rackets but the Thai coupon includes Victor while the expat one does not.
    If you can persuade the staff, sometimes they (or their friends) have one available. You have to use their membership card to buy the racket.
    I managed to ask them to help me. Sometimes they are willing to help since they will get commission from the sale. BTW, the discount is 30% + you get another 7% for VAT refund. Pretty good deal i guess.
    Good luck ;)
     
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    Is the SW35 made in Taiwan? I'm getting confused as some are saying they are made in Taiwan but I also heard they are made in China.
     
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