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    How is SW35 when compared to Yonex Arc Z?

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    100% stiffer, more powerful and better feel than Arc Z. And head heavier. Only thing good about arc z is easy to move around than SW35

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    Just got SW35 n indeed its very stiff

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    played with my 3u SW35 for doubles tonight, it's great returning serve and smashes are brilliant, even using it at the front of the court, it's great. No problems front or back.

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    The SW35, works fine, for singles and doubles, even front of the court, I have had no problems.

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    is there a lot of difference between 4U SW35 and 3U SW35?? other than the weight. I am a wrist player and would like to get more power in terms of smash.. I am a mixed and single player... any advise...

    My current SW35 is 4U/G2.

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    Today for the first time , I held an unstrung Spira 21 and noticed near the cone is something that looks very similar to the GOSEN Roots Gavun Aermet kick-point (at the throat though). Anyways, my point is really...guys any idea on the playing quality of this new kid on the block? Specially compared to SIW 35? Thanks!

    Btw, by the looks and feel of it (unstrung), I think I'm gonna stick with my SIW 35 but I am also very intrigue with this SPIRAL WIND thing compared to SUPER INSIDE WAVES.

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    I brought My SW35 three weeks ago and I have broken three string since and used it for less than 2 hours in total. The tension is 25lb on NG98, BG66 & BG85. The string breaks at the same place all three time. Does anyone know why??

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    Probably a broken grommet, in which case the grommet should be replaced.

    Otherwise it could be from a mishit.

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    See where the string break. If it is at the top there, probably due to miss hit. I suspect more of a mishit as not very high tension and all quite durable string. Alot of slicing also plays a part

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    No one else bought a SW35 in the last month and a half ?

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    What stringing pattern is the SW35 ? I am not too sure which pattern my stringer used last time, but it seems to be the correct one, just for reference in case he asks me next time, what stringing pattern is it ? The same instructions for AT900 as well as SW35, or does it use a different pattern ?
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    I have been using the sw35 for a while now... I was using the Arc z previously. My issue is that I seem to get more power from Arc z than sw35.. why?? however, everything else the sw35 is better....i am a wrist player does that make a difference??? I love sw35 but want to get that boom!!! to make it a weapon in my game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marpan View Post
    I have been using the sw35 for a while now... I was using the Arc z previously. My issue is that I seem to get more power from Arc z than sw35.. why?? however, everything else the sw35 is better....i am a wrist player does that make a difference??? I love sw35 but want to get that boom!!! to make it a weapon in my game.
    What tension are you using ? From my experience, the SW series benefit from high tension. 28lbs is good.

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    I have a short Question, are SIW35 (Super Inside Wave 35) and SW35 one and the same racket? before i buy the wrong racket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greblu View Post
    I have a short Question, are SIW35 (Super Inside Wave 35) and SW35 one and the same racket? before i buy the wrong racket.
    they are the same, SIW is its full name Can any1 comment on its defence and net shot ? I know it is really good in attacking Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by greblu View Post
    I have a short Question, are SIW35 (Super Inside Wave 35) and SW35 one and the same racket? before i buy the wrong racket.
    Super Waves 35 and Super Inside Waves 35 is the same racket. Everything about the rackets performance is the same.

    Quote Originally Posted by whatever001 View Post
    they are the same, SIW is its full name Can any1 comment on its defence and net shot ? I know it is really good in attacking Thanks
    It is very good at defending from what I have found, defence is not slow, and netshots are excellent as well.

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