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    LOL, maybe for the super racket a few years down the road.


    Quote Originally Posted by ucantseeme View Post
    I want to know when they are available in Europe.
    I will skip the BS LYD. Give the BS15 and SW 30 a chance if I can get them for a good price. Actually the SW35 and BS10 are at such a low price, so I will restock both before I give a new one a run.
    There're no new technologies and improvements. No 80 holes and carbon XT for the new releases.
    Why don't make Victor a new type with

    - Brave Sword
    - Carbon XT
    - 80 Holes
    - E-titanium
    - Inner Waves
    - Shockless Grommets

    and name it...hmmm...Super Sword X-

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    Quote Originally Posted by ucantseeme View Post
    I want to know when they are available in Europe.
    I will skip the BS LYD. Give the BS15 and SW 30 a chance if I can get them for a good price. Actually the SW35 and BS10 are at such a low price, so I will restock both before I give a new one a run.
    Are you living in Europe ucantseeme?
    If you are, please let me know when you are planning on shopping for the new releases.
    We could do a bulk buy and save some money on shipping.
    If you are interested ofcourse.

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    This is a pretty drab racket for Victor compared to their recent stuff...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocker View Post
    Compact size + semi iso + blade frame = This racket will be super faaaasssst!! Is there any explanation from Victor about the head shape? I Cant read Chinese
    The website makes mention of a semi iso head shape "BRS-15 frame uses Narrow Square Head with smaller sweet spot and bigger hitting power. Reduce the height of the racket cross section by 10%, competitive Players and Serious Hobbyists can enhance their attacking skills and effectiveness. Every counter attack is faster, more powerful and precise." got it off their website

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    Oooh, a super fast Victor version of the Carlton VTT! Lethal!

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    is it for sale anwhere in asia yet?

    preferably vietnam or indonesia?.......

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    If it is going the way of the ARC-Z than I guess I'll pass on getting either of them since the Z left a very bad taste....

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    as describe in the victor website.. looks like BS15 headframe will be smaller.. have to wait till its available on the market for confirmation.. bravesword frame design with smaller frame head...its sure super fast and have to adjust alot in the timing/swing... maybe SW30 will be my next racket..

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    as describe in the victor website.. looks like BS15 headframe will be smaller.. have to wait till its available on the market for confirmation.. bravesword frame design with smaller frame head...its sure super fast and have to adjust alot in the timing/swing... maybe SW30 will be my next racket..

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    It's not clear whether they mean the actual shape of the head, or the shape of the cross section.

    And before anyone jumps to conclusions, the Carlton optimetric frame is AWESOME, so don't lump everything less than ISO in the Z-Slash boat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    It's not clear whether they mean the actual shape of the head, or the shape of the cross section.

    And before anyone jumps to conclusions, the Carlton optimetric frame is AWESOME, so don't lump everything less than ISO in the Z-Slash boat!
    Guess I'll have a look at the rackets when they're actually out but for sure these will not be impulse purchases like the MX80, SW37 or BS12... As I mention before, Z-slash was horrible...

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    I had the Z-Slash longer than the BS12......heh

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    looks pretty similar to the black/yellow VT5 no?

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    except with no yellow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post

    And before anyone jumps to conclusions, the Carlton optimetric frame is AWESOME, so don't lump everything less than ISO in the Z-Slash boat!
    I'll vouch for this, I like the frame on the VTE, which was also Optimetric, it isn't like the Z Slash

    I've enquired about the BS15, but I know I will end up with the SW30

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    Meh, just get the SW310.

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    As usual, I lost control ordered a tw coded bs15 ledi, will arrive most probably next few days. Yes! Happy happy

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