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    Quote Originally Posted by teoky View Post
    From my observation, usually the 1st model of a new series is a hit and miss affair. For Victor, the BS08 was the 1st model and it didn't play well at all, the same fate seems to befall Spira 21. Hopefully Spira 22 will be like BS09 which is a better racquet than the BS08.
    In that case, might as well wait for Spira 23, since BS 10 probably is the best amongst the BS series thus far?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryim_ View Post
    The BS10 was fast and it was pretty powerful but the SW35 is definitely more powerful. Although the SW35 lacks the speed of the BS10, its definitely not slow and I feel its more solid and stable as well!
    Yes, I agree BS10 is a bit faster but not as powerful and overall I'd still go with SW35 no question!

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    Man, after putting some more time in with the SW35, I'm beginning to really like it. You have to be less lazy with it and more crisp and precise with your movement, but the stiffness and resulting stability are almost worth it!

    I say almost because at this rate, a few more hours of court time and my current go-to the BS10, and it might just be relinquished to second best!

    The SW35 is well worth persisting with IMHO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    Man, after putting some more time in with the SW35, I'm beginning to really like it. You have to be less lazy with it and more crisp and precise with your movement, but the stiffness and resulting stability are almost worth it!

    I say almost because at this rate, a few more hours of court time and my current go-to the BS10, and it might just be relinquished to second best!

    The SW35 is well worth persisting with IMHO.
    Do u think SW35 is better compared to BS10 or BS11??

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    I surely do think its better than the BS10 but since I have not tried the 11, I can't be sure.

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    I'm going to try a non-TW coded BS10 first (TW code is only medium-stiff) before I make any judgement call, but I'm warming to the SW35's stiffness and accuracy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    I'm going to try a non-TW coded BS10 first (TW code is only medium-stiff) before I make any judgement call, but I'm warming to the SW35's stiffness and accuracy.
    I have a TH coded BS10 and also tried the TH coded BS11 and the SW35 is tops. It is currently one of the top racquets even if you include other racquet brands.

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    Hey guys,

    For those who in Malaysia especially, one of the dealer in my town offering me RM390 for the SW35 (package : grip & string only).. So is it worth it?? Thanks!!

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    Bargain, go for it.

    Just be warned though, it's head-heavier than an ARC10 (barely), and is as stiff if not stiffer than an NS9900. It may take a little getting used to, but the payoffs are better than 'getting used to' something like an ARCZS, IMHO.
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    This racket is simply awesome. The stiffness gets me amazing power in clears and smashes, yet it is still so fast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amirru View Post
    Hey guys,

    For those who in Malaysia especially, one of the dealer in my town offering me RM390 for the SW35 (package : grip & string only).. So is it worth it?? Thanks!!
    Yes it's a good price go for it

    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    Bargain, go for it.

    Just be warned though, it's head-heavier than an ARC10 (barely), and is as stiff if not stiffer than an NS9900. It may take a little getting used to, but the payoffs are better than 'getting used to' something like an ARCZS, IMHO.
    If only you knew, still it's a good price.

    Quote Originally Posted by procheese View Post
    This racket is simply awesome. The stiffness gets me amazing power in clears and smashes, yet it is still so fast.
    Agreed I think it has the right combination of BP, stiffness and Overall weight, which makes it for me the perfect racket.

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    SW35 is awesome as a total package, it packs everything with just the right mix of speed and power! NS9900 I believe is way faster than SW35 and about the same stiffness rating imo. Arc Z packs the mightiest of smashes I've encountered thus far. However, let's say I gave NS9900 a 10 for speed and Arc Z a 10 for smashing prowess but they'll end up lower in other areas. Whereas, I'll give SW35 a 9.5 across the board! (A perfect 10 racquet? ...is there such...?)

    Of note though, after long periods of play, I finally came down to the conclusion that Arc Z is super at 26/28 lbs., NS9900 is a crack shot at 28/30 and SW35 is ''unleashed'' at 29/31 lbs! But that's just me.
    Last edited by RSLvictorSOTX; 09-26-2010 at 01:04 PM.

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    I'm happy with mine strung at 25lbs with 66 Maxima. That string is a good combo for the SW35.

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    thanks guys for the info.. deffinately i'll go for this racket soon.. i'm gonna book this racket tomorrow and hope to get it by this week.. got another online seller offering better price and package for this SW35.. cant wait to play with it!!

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    if sw35 is so good and sw36 is prefect beast?

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    Higher Numbers don't imply to be better.

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    I need help in here. I'm ready to try out and buy a new racquet. I use AT700(ltd edi) and later thenI change to AT900T. I'm offensive type. I'm currently having N55-2nd gen, AT900P, N90-1st gen in my mind. I've tried to switch to a lighter weight of racquet such as NS9900 but I find it is very hard for me to adapt it. My timing all run off and i find that my power smash decrease so much. I don't have those big muscular body and I'm very slim. That is why i'm considering to switch to a lighter weight of racquet to see whether i can produce more power on my smashing by doing so. So any suggestion??

    P.S : I strung my racquet with BG 66, 25lbs( I'm no begginer, i can smash very hard =p )

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