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Thread: Victor Super Waves 35
08-08-2010, 09:08 PM #171
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08-23-2010, 01:20 AM #174
SW35 Mini Review
I will write up a more complete review when I get a chance but here are some things I have noticed with the SW35. I've mainly played doubles with it so far at a total of about 12 hours.
SW35 - HK Version - 3U/G2 - VS850 26lbs - Original Grip Removed With a Towel Grip
- Powerful, but also because it is quite easy to generate power with
- Quick defence, but don't expect to be NS9900/BS10 speed to be honest
- Very solid feel when hitting the shuttle and excellent stability!
- Build quality
- Delicate drops, net play still needs work (will improve after more time with the racket)
Very good attacking racket which does NOT lag in defending. Easy to generate power with and very good build quality (I assume its Made in China).
08-23-2010, 01:35 AM #175
may i know your comment to compare sw35 with BS11 ?
08-23-2010, 01:54 AM #176
08-26-2010, 03:11 AM #177
I have owned two SW35s for a few months now and let me tell you it's not a racket for lazy people or players who lack consistency. I mainly play singles and the SW35 is equally good in defense and in offense. The racket does not excel in any particular point but I personally think that it's an excellent racket for advanced players. The SW35 is well balanced, very stiff for those who can use it and pretty stable too compared to my old Arc10. As mentioned by another member a few post back, I also find that net shots need some practice but a few weeks will do the trick. Beginners to low-Intermediate players should not use this racket, it's VERY stiff and a slight mishit could make your opponent finish the point.
-Very well balanced, SLIGHTLY head-heavy for extra power.
-Equally good in offense and defense.
-Stable, good solid feel during clears.
-Net shots, slice shots need some practice before getting used to.
-VERY stiff. In the hands of the right person it will make wonders but in the hands of the wrong person it'll be a nightmare.
I play at 27lbs and I've had them since 3 months. Maybe another 2-3 months before I really get comfortable with it.
09-07-2010, 06:12 PM #178
ok guys, I have came to this conclusion over the past couple of months:
The day I sell this racket, will be the day I give up badminton. And let me tell you, that day will never come
09-07-2010, 07:48 PM #179
I was wondering how the SW32 compares to the SW35 in terms of stiffness, power, control, and balance?
09-07-2010, 10:57 PM #180
For your information, everyone, this very racket is the one of Lee Yong Dae and the Korean has given the racket he used in the WOrld Championships for auction, with all benefits going to SOLIBAD.
Here's your chance to win the Racket of LYD !
09-08-2010, 11:20 AM #181
09-08-2010, 12:09 PM #182
09-08-2010, 08:06 PM #183
I would like to make a comment regarding SW35.
I have been using SW35 for about 4 months now.. I have to say that I dont agree with LD Rule or Ichiigo comment regarding the net shots.... I find it much easier than Armotec 900 or 9900 to net or to cross court drop. The sheer power that this generates I have to agree with LD rules & Ichiigo.
I also would like to state that the day I give up using SW35 is the day that I quit badminton.. which is never!!!!
09-08-2010, 09:32 PM #184
Btw, I do agree with Marpan regarding net shots being better than AT900 T and NS9900 however, I must point out that I have slap another grip (very tightly wrapped) on top of the stock grip thereby repositioning the bp which made it a little quicker.
But SiW35 simply is at the top of the heap, for me, right now, + 365 days!
09-08-2010, 10:11 PM #185
I've been using it for about 2 months and its been excellent. I think a bit more time and the more delicate shots will improve since I find that sometimes, its still quite hard to control.
09-09-2010, 12:58 AM #186
Seems like alot of die hard SW35 supporters in this forum ! Maybe the SW35 will be Victor's equivalent of Yonex's Ti10 and AT700 (1st version) in time to come. Time to stock up !
Come to think of it, maybe I should bring out my 1st Gen Ti10 and play abit to see if it is similar to the SW35. But since it is in mint condition, I didn't want to risk getting paint chips and devalue it.
09-09-2010, 01:19 AM #187
Come to think of it, maybe I should bring out my 1st Gen Ti10 and play abit to see if it is similar to the SW35.
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