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    sohubuy has the SW35 as G2 version. I think G2 is popular in Asia. In Europe it could be difficult. If you want to keep it headheavy I would recommend G3 with one thin layer of replacement grip. If you are from UK you can get it from tennistown as 3U/G3 version for 95.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ucantseeme View Post
    sohubuy has the SW35 as G2 version. I think G2 is popular in Asia. In Europe it could be difficult. If you want to keep it headheavy I would recommend G3 with one thin layer of replacement grip. If you are from UK you can get it from tennistown as 3U/G3 version for 95.
    Once again, thank you Sir!
    Im a small Asian player with small hands with palms that can generate mini tsunamis, hence requiring me to use towel grips most of the time. so i guess its better for me to get the G2. But will keep tennistown in mind. Thank you.

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    I almost had a heart attack just there

    I was just about to order 2 more Sw35's but when I got to the webpage.... The SW35 was gone !

    I am going to have to find somewhere else. Or wait for this MX80.

    Just noticed I have reached 3,900 posts....

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    ^have u tried squash_mart?

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    Quote Originally Posted by txv611 View Post
    I had the Tantrum 200 before. Just wanna check with bros here with experience with Tantrum 200, comparing T200 to SW35, which racket will feel lighter and easier to whip around for doubles?

    Thanks
    T200 is lighter than SW35. For doubles, T200 will have a slight advantage when it comes to defending. SW35 is head-heavy.

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    Any of you feel that the sw35 is sorta even balanced besides me? I might have loaded up on too much leadtape for my previous racket. hehe...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alapongtai View Post
    ^have u tried squash_mart?
    Victor Germany "banned" Eric from selling to Europe
    Last edited by LD rules!; 02-21-2011 at 04:40 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flashback3003 View Post
    Any of you feel that the sw35 is sorta even balanced besides me? I might have loaded up on too much leadtape for my previous racket. hehe...
    well, mine when I measured the BP last was 298mm (when I used supergrap) one supergrap ontop of wood. 3UG3 so maybe it's around 292mm with original grip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by flashback3003 View Post
    Any of you feel that the sw35 is sorta even balanced besides me? I might have loaded up on too much leadtape for my previous racket. hehe...
    I know what you mean. It is headheavy but doesn't feel very much so.
    Perhaps it's something in the shaft. Quite a nice feel. :-)

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    Thanks for this very clear answers.


    Quote Originally Posted by ucantseeme View Post
    Victor G3 is Yonex G4
    Victor G2 is Yonex G5

    Victor: The numbers decrease with a grip which is getting smaller. Yonex: the number increase with a grip which is getting smaller.
    Victor: lower number -> smaller grip
    Yonex: higher number -> smaller grip

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    My feel is that T200 is balanced but heavier overall while the SW35 is lighter overall but slightly more head biased.



    Quote Originally Posted by ghooga View Post
    T200 is lighter than SW35. For doubles, T200 will have a slight advantage when it comes to defending. SW35 is head-heavy.

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    yeaa...maybe, or im just used to super head heavy rackets.. haha, used to cover my entire frame with leadtape

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    Quote Originally Posted by txv611 View Post
    My feel is that T200 is balanced but heavier overall while the SW35 is lighter overall but slightly more head biased.
    You are absolutely right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    well, mine when I measured the BP last was 298mm (when I used supergrap) one supergrap ontop of wood. 3UG3 so maybe it's around 292mm with original grip.
    Oh boy, this is a low balance point. Mine has 310mm with Karakal Super PU on wood, and 300mm with Karakal Super PU + Karakal Nano Air 60.
    Yesterday I played after a long period, with my BS10, a session with my SW35 and I forgot how powerful it is. I played mixed doubles and playing at the back was awesome. dropshots, crosscourt dropshots (backhand+forehand), clears (backhand+forehand) were such effortless, so I will keep my BS10 for some sessions in my bag.

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    For the UE members, you can still order SW35 from here, an online german shop:

    http://www.tennistown.de/product_inf...oducts_id=6651

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    Sorry for double posting, i forgot to put a small review on this racket (3UG3).

    Pro:
    - stock strings tension is pretty ok
    - very powerful racket, so easy to reach backcourt
    - awesome looks
    - it's ok even on net play and defense

    Cons:
    - the victor logo painted on strings faded away after several hours of playing
    - discontinued , so you should buy it now

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    I am still struggle to get used of SW35 after i had a few sessions with it.

    I found it is hard for me to retrieve back smashes from opponent accurately. Always shuttle hit on the frame. This is not happened when i use AT600 or even my 5 years old Prince TT3000.

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