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    For some reason, Victor releases the BS10 and SW35, and then make the next number in the series a less-stiff version. No idea why. Reactionary?

    The numbers in the series don't really mean anything, they're all just different specs of essentially the same racket, yuri.

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    Quote Originally Posted by devilkupo View Post
    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 )
    All the racquets you listed (N55, AT900P and N90) are powerful racquets. I especially like the N55 and AT900P as I think they offer the best in terms of power and speed. But if you want more power, SW35 is the one though I feel the it is not as fast as N55 or AT900P.

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    So, for those who are fans of this racket, u promise not to change to others in the future? lol.

    Coz, I am researching for some new rackets. What's that 1% still missing in this racket? Maybe I can 'complete' them to make them 100% for you?

    No offence, just trying to get some ideas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by extremenanopowe View Post
    So, for those who are fans of this racket, u promise not to change to others in the future? lol.

    Coz, I am researching for some new rackets. What's that 1% still missing in this racket? Maybe I can 'complete' them to make them 100% for you?

    No offence, just trying to get some ideas.
    I can't think of anything missing really, if I had to be super critical, I would like it to be ever so slightly more manueverable for the average player, however for me, I can manuever this racket with mo problems.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teoky View Post
    All the racquets you listed (N55, AT900P and N90) are powerful racquets. I especially like the N55 and AT900P as I think they offer the best in terms of power and speed. But if you want more power, SW35 is the one though I feel the it is not as fast as N55 or AT900P.
    Do you think that the 3U AT900P is faster than the SW35 ? In that case I should give the AT900P a try (I have only ever tried the 4U)

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    Do you think that the 3U AT900P is faster than the SW35 ? In that case I should give the AT900P a try (I have only ever tried the 4U)
    i have both... they feel almost the same, at900p feels slight faster. strange thing is my at900p is faster than my at900t. in any case, sw35 is beautiful racquet, awesome. i won't asking anything more other than a better paint finish quality

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    i wonder what technology is superb from SW series compare to BS? since both of them are equipped with "Super Waves Inside" technology, yet BS has some more extra additional tech!

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    Quote Originally Posted by arfandy View Post
    i wonder what technology is superb from SW series compare to BS? since both of them are equipped with "Super Waves Inside" technology, yet BS has some more extra additional tech!
    who cares about the technology ? At the end of the day, you should pick rackets based on Balance Point, stiffness and how it feels when you play with it. Personally I have no clue as to what technology is in the SW35

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    Quote Originally Posted by arfandy View Post
    i wonder what technology is superb from SW series compare to BS? since both of them are equipped with "Super Waves Inside" technology, yet BS has some more extra additional tech!
    cuts like a sword? LOL

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    I believe that the more creative-looking a racket is, the higher the price will be. The term "technology" isn't actually a hi-tech technology since any low-budget manufactures are able to do the same exact copy of different shapes with same quality, stiffness, BP, color, weight, etc..etc. Meanwhile factor such as hiring pros for marketing, brand name, are what determine the price as well.

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    At post number 232, it is likely superfluous to say that the SW35 is a nice racket. Nevertheless, here is one more vote.
    The 4U is perfect for my intermediate style. Pleasantly stiff; not overly head-balanced; and plenty fast in defence. The 3U is likely more demanding, but the 4U is very "accessible".
    It feels like a slightly more solid version of my beloved PP Trinity 1. Thanks to LD_rules for pointing out this lovely toy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fidget View Post
    At post number 232, it is likely superfluous to say that the SW35 is a nice racket. Nevertheless, here is one more vote.
    The 4U is perfect for my intermediate style. Pleasantly stiff; not overly head-balanced; and plenty fast in defence. The 3U is likely more demanding, but the 4U is very "accessible".
    It feels like a slightly more solid version of my beloved PP Trinity 1. Thanks to LD_rules for pointing out this lovely toy.
    Your more than welcome Fidget I hope you enjoy using this racket

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    Just ordered mine today! 3U with BG80 at 25lbs. Can't wait to try it out when it comes! Kind of hope exams don't get in the way when it arrives.... But anyways, will write a review when i log enough hours using it XD

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    Hi Guys, I have been using the SW35 for a 9 months now. I have BG66/BG80 at 27lb, only recently I had to keep changing grommets every time I restring as it always splits. It's always the same one on the top vertical middle string.

    I am thinking about putting it to 30lb, as I was told this will reduce the vibration and stop the split.

    Is that true??

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marpan View Post
    Hi Guys, I have been using the SW35 for a 9 months now. I have BG66/BG80 at 27lb, only recently I had to keep changing grommets every time I restring as it always splits. It's always the same one on the top vertical middle string.

    I am thinking about putting it to 30lb, as I was told this will reduce the vibration and stop the split.

    Is that true??

    Thanks
    You string high tensions with such thin strings like the BG66/BG80 (not so bad), you cannot expect it not to snap. Stringing to 30lbs will just make it snap even faster (one miss-hit will be all it takes). I used BG66 once at a tournament (26lb x 28 lbs) and I had to get my racket restrung THREE TIMES that same day (I wasn't even miss-hitting).

    At 26 x 28 lbs, BG66 lasts me a couple of matches. BG80s lasts around 2 weeks or so depending on the weather. I used to play 3-4 nights a week.

    There's a reason why professional players generally stick with the more durable strings (ie. BG65).

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    Hey guys! Finally got 2 SW35s and got to spend some time too. POWER.....

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...03#post1580203

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    who cares about the technology ? At the end of the day, you should pick rackets based on Balance Point, stiffness and how it feels when you play with it. Personally I have no clue as to what technology is in the SW35
    ...so what happened to your re-acquaintance with Z-Slash?

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