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    Default Victor BS11 vs BS LHI

    Hi
    I'm considering buying a new racquet. I need to choose between BS11 & BS LHI
    Can anyone suggest some comparison between these two racquets in terms of head heaviness, stiffness, speed, feel and performance?
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    BS11 is a classic!It is very fast good flexibility.BS LHI is a new product, so few people have it now。

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    Quote Originally Posted by rettermoon View Post
    BS11 is a classic!It is very fast good flexibility.BS LHI is a new product, so few people have it now。
    Is that the only difference

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    I wish I could do a direct comparison but I haven't got BS11 to do that. I feel BS LHI is a touch head heavier however both are classic rackets.

    Paul
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    Quote Originally Posted by paulstewart64 View Post
    I wish I could do a direct comparison but I haven't got BS11 to do that. I feel BS LHI is a touch head heavier however both are classic rackets.

    Paul
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    Thank you Paul
    I've read your review about the BS LHI. But when I do some searches around, I found a guy, who has a lot of review on his blog, said that the BS LHI feel cheap when he hold it
    Here's the link: http://everythinggoeshere.blogspot.c...essions_3.html
    This makes me concerned a bit.
    What do you think?

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    feel cheap? I disagree. However, you have to judge for yourself. I don't think I've ever used those words to describe a racket. Some rackets perform and others don't. For me this racket performed extremely well.

    Paul
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    Quote Originally Posted by paulstewart64 View Post
    feel cheap? I disagree. However, you have to judge for yourself. I don't think I've ever used those words to describe a racket. Some rackets perform and others don't. For me this racket performed extremely well.

    Paul
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    Maybe I should take some risks by buying both of them )

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    Considering you live in Manchester, you could demo Victor rackets very easily with me. This way you get to use the racket I tested. You can also test BS12 and a few others before you finally decide.

    Paul
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    Quote Originally Posted by paulstewart64 View Post
    Considering you live in Manchester, you could demo Victor rackets very easily with me. This way you get to use the racket I tested. You can also test BS12 and a few others before you finally decide.

    Paul
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    Really, I can come and demo the racquet Thank you for the suggestion
    What about the coaching, how does it cost?

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