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    Default victor racket

    Can anyone recommend some victor rackets that is good for singles or smashing??? pls list dwn the price too .thanks alot

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    artery tec Ti99, superwaves 31 and 33P, powerwaves 11 all good for smashing
    Superwaves 32, supernano 5 good for singles

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    All victor rackets are good for smashing. all victor rackets are good for singles. all victor rackets are good for doubles. All victor rackets are good for defense.

    List what you want from a racket. Head heavy, Head light, weight, limit price, etc. it would really help anyone trying to recommend you a racket.

    I would like to throw out the Super nano pro 7. excellent racket. So is the Columbia Ti-29

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    hi

    anyone know where got sell good range of victor rackets in Singapore ?
    Thanks

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    Gala sports at Queensway has quite a comprehensive range of Victor racquets.

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    Thanks for the info.
    Heard Victor is popular in China ...don know their performance ??

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    I got 2 x Victor racquet myself and I can say that it is good.

    Victor is one of those companies that invest money in R&D and comes up with their own technology. Victor racquets are pretty sturdy and though it is not as expensive as Yonex, it performs very well.

    I have the Brave Sword 2008, and it is a versatile racquet which i use for both singles and doubles.

    Tempted to get the new version, Brave Sword 09, which is slightly less stiff and also has vibration absorbing grommets.

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    BS08 also have vibration absorbing grommets at 3 and 9 o'clock position. check your racket. imho, the 'Shockless' technology they carried over from Artery series do not work well in BS08.

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    Teoky, Wocdam could you tell me more about the brave sword? I just ordered one and not too sure about it haha!

    To me the specs sound like an Arc10 haha!

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    I liked my Super Nano (original) for singles, which I just broke today. Wondering how the BS08 and SW31 compare to the super nano (1). Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teoky View Post
    Gala sports at Queensway has quite a comprehensive range of Victor racquets.
    there is a thread for distributor of racquets in Singapore.

    the main Victor distributor in Singapore is located at AMK Hawker Centre area .....

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    Quote Originally Posted by aikakira View Post
    Teoky, Wocdam could you tell me more about the brave sword? I just ordered one and not too sure about it haha!

    To me the specs sound like an Arc10 haha!
    yes, spec and looks like arc 10 but BS08 is better in every aspect I really impressed with this sword

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    Quote Originally Posted by aikakira View Post
    Teoky, Wocdam could you tell me more about the brave sword? I just ordered one and not too sure about it haha!

    To me the specs sound like an Arc10 haha!
    The BS08 does looks abit like the ARC10 in terms of the color (red) and specs pretty similar also, but I think the BS08 is easier to use as I feel it is not as stiff.

    If you look through the forum, there are people who find the ARC10 difficult to adapt to but the BS08 belongs to the category of easy to adapt racquet.

    It is a good racquet and I think you won't regret getting it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teoky View Post
    I got 2 x Victor racquet myself and I can say that it is good.

    Victor is one of those companies that invest money in R&D and comes up with their own technology. Victor racquets are pretty sturdy and though it is not as expensive as Yonex, it performs very well.

    I have the Brave Sword 2008, and it is a versatile racquet which i use for both singles and doubles.

    Tempted to get the new version, Brave Sword 09, which is slightly less stiff and also has vibration absorbing grommets.
    is the racquet durable? for both BS 09 AND 08

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    The BS08 paintwork is not that durable especially the portion which is red. Not too sure about the BS09 but the paintwork seems more durable.

    BTW, not too sure if BS08 is still available on the market.

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    durable as in the racquet frame and shaft(break easily?) paint work i dun mind so much

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gold- View Post
    durable as in the racquet frame and shaft(break easily?) paint work i dun mind so much
    This is quite subjective as it depends on usage and how you use it. Well, so far I don't have a habit of breaking racquets. I don't string my racquet very high (normally 26lbs) and I also avoid clashing my racquets with my partners. Also, I seldom mishit so the shuttle don't hit my racquet's frame often which is a major contributor to racquet breakage.

    I would say Victor racquets are durable as I have a racquet which flew out of my hand several times as the grip wasn't good and surprisingly, the damages are minimal.

    I have seen many beginners breaking their racquets and they wonder why the racquets are so fragile. The thing is they constantly mishit the shuttle on the frame and even hit the ground with the racquet. I sold a perfectly good condition Fischer to my beginner friend and he broke it in his 3rd session !

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