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Victor SW30 vs SW36 vs SW37

Discussion in 'Racket Recommendation / Comparison' started by norm123, Sep 5, 2012.

  1. norm123

    norm123 Regular Member

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    Planning to get one of these soon, but not sure of the pros & cons of each racket even after reading the reviews. Can someone please share their experience with each racket and state the pros & cons.
     
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    i've only had experiences with two victor rackets, sw35 and bs11. i find the sw35 wonderful to play with because it's has a head heavy balance, but not too obvious. meaning the difference of swing while holding close to the cone and that while holding close to the butt is not too big. however i have to say that victor rackets feels a bit hollow. maybe it's the vibration, but they just don't feel as solid as yonex rackets.
     
  3. norm123

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    So what are the pros & cons of SW35. Maybe I might get it if the price is around the same. Thx.
     
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    To figure out the pros and cons is very difficult. Generally speaking all Super Waves rackets are slower in terms of swing speed compared to Brave Sword and Meteor range.
    I use the SW35 for a quite long time and it's for me a good solid racket.
    Your selection is very open minded. The 30 is head heavy and mid stiff while 37 is even balance and mid-flex. These are all very different rackets.
    You should know what you want.
    If moderate head heavy and stiff go for the SW35. Not so stiff, go for the 36 or 30. If more even balance and midflex go for 37.
     
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    Out of topic: Is the swing speed between the BS & MX series very different?
     
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    not as different as between sw and bs series... ;)

    but nevertheless bs swings faster than mx
     

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