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    haha..another sw35 user already! claps claps! =D

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    haha yep! i'm so excited to try it! unfortunately i only had the chance to try 4U cause no shops near me have 3U, so I think my next racket will be a 3U SW35 or maybe a BS. but for now i feel like once i adjust to the weight of 4U SW35, I'll really like it since it is a high weighted 4U.

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    Haha good luck to you bro!

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    yes, exactly!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueTornado View Post
    Maybe not hollow, but Victors do feel quite a bit more "zingy" compared to the Yonex dampened feel.
    yes, you got it right. for some reason i can never get the right words to describe it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gundamzaku View Post
    yes, you got it right. for some reason i can never get the right words to describe it.
    how about: crispy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by matsu_des View Post
    I was thinking about buying a bs15 because the sw35 was a tad too slow for doubles compared to my mx80, and I heard that it was pretty powerful. What's your take on it, compared with the sw35 in terms of power, speed etc?
    I struggled using the bs 15 at 29lbs. it felt soo light that I didn't feel the shuttle. and the power is just not there. maybe because i don't have fast swing. sw35 is more powerfull than the bs15 but i will try to decrease the tension when i play next maybe something will change by then. i just played one session with it so far so it is too early to tell..

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    Hey guys!

    Just had my first session with my SW35! Lots of people said this racket is not friendly to people who are not familiar with it, that is very true! However, once getting used to the racket I found it amazing in every single aspect. Smashes are crazy strong once you get used to the timing and defense is amazingly easy. Very maneuverable racket, actually one of the most out of all the rackets I've played with. Clears were a breeze and backhand clears were pretty strong too.

    Funny thing at first I wanted to trade mine in to get a 3U BS10. But since my friend got it I was able to try both. My 4U SW35 feels heavier than his 3U BS10. (dont get me wrong BS10 is an amazing racket in its own merits as well, I plan to buy that one too). After we exchanged rackets for a little, he agreed he loved the SW35 more than his BS10.

    SW35 performed amazing in both singles and doubles and I think anyone on the fence about buying this racket should really give it a try. In time, once you get used to the racket, it will really treat you well. Best all around racket I've ever used.

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    Hi guys, would like to ask if me going from headlight to head heavy racquet takes a long time to get used to it?
    Aiming Sw35 . Bravesword, MX too expensive

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skewlz View Post
    Hey guys!

    Just had my first session with my SW35! Lots of people said this racket is not friendly to people who are not familiar with it, that is very true! However, once getting used to the racket I found it amazing in every single aspect. Smashes are crazy strong once you get used to the timing and defense is amazingly easy. Very maneuverable racket, actually one of the most out of all the rackets I've played with. Clears were a breeze and backhand clears were pretty strong too.

    Funny thing at first I wanted to trade mine in to get a 3U BS10. But since my friend got it I was able to try both. My 4U SW35 feels heavier than his 3U BS10. (dont get me wrong BS10 is an amazing racket in its own merits as well, I plan to buy that one too). After we exchanged rackets for a little, he agreed he loved the SW35 more than his BS10.

    SW35 performed amazing in both singles and doubles and I think anyone on the fence about buying this racket should really give it a try. In time, once you get used to the racket, it will really treat you well. Best all around racket I've ever used.
    Thanks this boost up my confidence of buying this racquet is no mistake. Anyways, I think I better test feel it at the shop selling it 1st.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    how about: crispy.
    ok fine, that too

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    Quote Originally Posted by hypadunkz View Post
    I struggled using the bs 15 at 29lbs. it felt soo light that I didn't feel the shuttle. and the power is just not there. maybe because i don't have fast swing. sw35 is more powerfull than the bs15 but i will try to decrease the tension when i play next maybe something will change by then. i just played one session with it so far so it is too early to tell..
    Ah I see. It's just that I read somewhere that it was crazy powerful, more powerful than the SW37 which is quite impressive for a brave sword. But it's the slowest in that range. I think I'll just stick to the SW35, it really is the best racket out there, for me anyways.It's got everything, speed and power as well as solidness, which I love.

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    Been playing regularly with sw35 3u the last two months. Smashes are good, but defense and clears are still lacking for me. Voltric 80 3u is much faster in terms of speed and smash returns. For all round player, voltric 80/bs 10 is much better. This racket is more suited to hard hitters and offensive players.

    String wise, i am using bg66@27lb, the previous was bg80. While i was using bg80, smashes were weak and i hated it. It improves alot after i change the strings.

    This is only my opinion at present. If anything improves, i'll keep it posted.

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    So far any best string for sw35?

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    Quote Originally Posted by karyaw View Post
    So far any best string for sw35?
    the one you like

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    Are there differences in paintjobs with different generations of the sw35?

    I've seen someone at my club the other day and his didn't have 'square head shape' written on the top of the frame.
    Also, on the bottom right part of the racquet head, it was written 'aerodynamic' on both sides instead of once on one side and 'super waves' on the other

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    Quote Originally Posted by karyaw View Post
    So far any best string for sw35?
    I would recommend NBG 98 over BG66UM and BG80. Very powerful combination.

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