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03-11-2012, 01:28 AM #154
This might sound stupid but just want to ask, if the BS LYD Singapore(SG) or Taiwan(TW) version has more in value or are there any different in qualities? Something like Yonex sp(cheaper) and jp coded(pricey)??
Any input will be appreciated.
03-13-2012, 07:35 AM #155
BS LYD is now available in the UK for £100 at Central Sports. The MX70 is now also available.
03-13-2012, 08:15 AM #156
Lol. Recently released and already a discount?! Really nice price...!
I'm getting one from my local seller. I pay 120£ - 125£ / 140€ At least it's coming strung by himself
Very probably that I receive my new racket next week - exciting
Does someone know why the BS LYD model is cheaper than the other models from the BS serie? Even in Switzerland (high price country, you know) the BS LYD is (a lot) cheaper than other high end rackets. But why?!
P.S. Why the MX70 is coming to Europe that lately is really questionable...
03-13-2012, 03:57 PM #157
I would to know if someone have bought a G3 version of this racket?
On Badminton-Shop Jena, BS LYD is noticed as a G2 version, however I send them a message for confirmation and they finaly say that it was a writting error on their website
> I'm wondering if the G3 version really exists.
I also have a question.
I would like to know what will be the Yonex racket which will looks like to BS LYD in term of balance
03-13-2012, 09:00 PM #158
03-14-2012, 03:44 AM #159
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03-14-2012, 04:01 AM #160
@Arbalest: I've also asked the Jena Shop. Seems to be that my doubts were legetimate when they confirmed me their G3-declaration.
Very probably every europe seller got the S2 only due the fact their official distributor is Victor International (Germany) - what a stupid and confusing name for a company which is delivering Europe only.
Mine will be DEL-coded too (I'm from Switzerland). But next time I'd better purchase from oversea (again), because I don't wanna support Victor International (Germany) anymore There are so many rackets not available in Europe.
Another problem is that Europe is getting the newest rackets with months (!) later...
To the last question: Arcsaber10 is stiff(-), BS LYD too.
Arcsaber10 is even balanced - for me it's very slightly head heavy, BS LYD is head heavy (-)
I will share my minds between my two white rackets - yep, it's the Arc10 PG.
03-14-2012, 04:45 AM #161
Thanks for the informations
I have also a Arc10PG
> I look forward to reading your impression between the two rackets
03-15-2012, 01:02 AM #162
FYI: the BS LYD is the most expensive Victor racket here in Vietnam, more expensive then the BS 10,11, 15 (about 30USD more)
not so many ppl've tried and reviewed the BS LYD so far.
I'm using and in love wit BS11 3u. unfortunately it got a crack during my playing time last night so I guess I have to start looking for replacement.
any ideas on the BS LYD, it looks so tempting.
FYI: I'm a 100% men double rackets with aggressive mind, I smash most of the time I can but I am not a strong arm-swing player. I love the quickness of BS11 but it may lack a bit of power
03-15-2012, 11:32 PM #163
Is the racket smaller in terms of the head like a z-slash? which one should i go for bs12 or bs-lyd? i currently have an Arcsaber8dx.. need another alternative racket since it's getting dull.
03-15-2012, 11:48 PM #164
03-16-2012, 05:34 PM #165
i have an apac lethal 70 too and tend to like head heavy racket back due to its extra power
03-16-2012, 08:06 PM #166
What do you mean 'due to its frame size'? The head is about 3-4mm shorter than a regular BS, but the same width, so I'd be surprised if you even notice. It's not like it's a Z-Slash!
03-17-2012, 11:02 AM #167
03-17-2012, 09:49 PM #168
I recently got my BS LYD now, finally. 3U, DEL-coded (Germany). Strung with VS850 at 10,5kg.
I'll give a review as soon as possible.
But what i've noticed is: The frame size IS SMALLER than my Arcsaber10. Both ways! Vertical AND horizontal! :-S
Don't have a comparison possibility with z-slash, but it seem to be identically smaller than other rackets. Well, anyways. We will see how much this smaller head matters.
It's not much shorter, but it seem to be that wide as other usual isometric rackets.
Its finish looks great, btw
03-18-2012, 03:15 AM #169
I came to check the BS LYD this morning... and found out that the racket is made in Victor factory in China. It's still developed by Victor taiwan but no longer made in taiwan as the BS10, BS11. It's clearly stated on wrap of original grip.
03-18-2012, 03:24 AM #170
From talking to distributors, Victors' whole focus is on China and not Taiwan these days.
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