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    Awaiting for it to reach sg...

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    Hi Magicellite, why dont you buy it in singapore , its selling it..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    Hi Magicellite, why dont you buy it in singapore , its selling it..
    Is it? where? i went queensway last night and the stock were not here yet.

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    in sg.... maybe can try luck at victor agent at kampong ubi.....
    duno how much though..

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    SG is generally selling at S$220

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    Ok thanks people. I was just wondering why did the racket take such a long time to arrive sg? Arcsaber 11 and arcsaber FB arrived almost immediately after they have been released.

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    Victor distributor is Far East, and Victor factory(For LYDN) is in China, so some how it is not that fast, the main supplies to China, then Korea and Taiwan, after that Singapore Malaysia HongKong. It is always, we are slower.

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    Ok got it. Then is there a difference in different country codes for Victor rackets? I realise the Victor CN coded racket are sold at a higher price compared to TW coded. What about the price for HK, MY and SG coded rackets? Are they sold more expensive than TW code?

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    Expensive Level ( From Left is most expensive and Right is cheapest ):
    CN -> MY/SG -> TW -> HK
    Quality Wise:
    ALL are same as come from same factory somehow. Haha..

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    Interesting. Thanks for clearing all my doubts. I shall wait and see when will the stocks arrive in sg.

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    Is this racket out yet? Have anyone try this? compared to the previous BS LYD and BS 15? Thanks.

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    Exact same racket with a new design.

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    ok, thanks. Then between BS LYD and BS 15, which is heavier and which is faster? I tried swinging with the plastic cover intact and without any string at the shop, and it seems 15 felt slight less head heavy than LYD. Can anyone confirm?

    PS: I broke my BS 12 and need a new replacement.

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    Based on specs the 15 and LYD are supposed to be identical but from most accounts, the LYD's weight is all over the place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeo_melaka View Post
    it seems 15 felt slight less head heavy than LYD. Can anyone confirm?
    Yes, it is. Another thing is the head shape, LYD has a regular/normal isometric head while BS15 has the one called "semi-isometric". It's a bit narrow at the top part of the head. Stiffness is about the same, IIRC...

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    Anyone get a chance to review yet? I think it's out and about now...

    I'm actually looking to replace my BS10 (I love it, but hard to find nowadays, so I'm considering replacements). How does BS LYD gen 2 compare?

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    Anyone tried it yet? I want to hear how it compares to LYD 1.

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