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    I bought 1 recently...wat a heavy monster...nice looking racket from victor

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    got my 4u SW35, with NBG 98. Love it (: I use the smallest amount of power and my clears go all the way to the back line, my smashes are harder than ever This rackets really good

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    I've already reserved a SW35 on the strength of Tuesday's test; as soon as I get it my dust-gathering Z-Slash will be up fpr sale.

    Looks-wise, I agree it's one of Victor's most interesting (in a year of interesting rackets). I like the stuff near the throat, but it gets a bit crowded after that; I would do away with the triple-diamonds at 2/10, for example.

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    Mark A please give a try SW36 if you can.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cayzi View Post
    Mark A please give a try SW36 if you can.
    Hopefully I can - my contact has already had a go of it (and the BS09), and he tells me it's slightly less heavy than the 35 but otherwise similar. The 33P is another one I want a closer look at, as I loved the old 32 and I want to see if it's along the same lines.

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    so sw36 is not blanced racket?

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    In terms of head heaviness, is SW35 more head heavier than Yonex AT700?
    In terms of stiffness, is SW35 stiffer than NS9900 and Mizuno TC700?

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    I cut the victor string after 1 session. Now back to yonex bg80 n it feel so good.

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    I finally got my SW35 today. paulstewart64 drove it right to my door, along with some stencils and a grip - I hope he can write that off as a tax deduction. Play will commence tomorrow, and after tomorrow and Friday I should have basis for one of my big reviews. It'll be tough - I've also got Pandas streaming in tomorrow...

    In the mean time, some eye candy. Note the different shaft decal lettering on the UK version - any other UK-owners spot this? Strung at 24/27.5 with my trusty 1040Ti65 bootlace...
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    Nice pics Hope you enjoy the racket.

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    First impressions put me in mind of the more anabolic Armortecs. I forgot to get the dry balance (silly me) but the playing balance is about 308, which is COLOSSAL compared to the stuff I usually play with. The shaft is the stiffest I have ever seen on a Victor. Weight feels like it's right at the 4U/3U cusp; Victor says 4U. I should also add that the factory grip is outstanding, offering loads of tack. Appears to be a Germany code, which may explain the differing decals: the ones I've seen so far have all been Chinese.

    I just wish they hadn't put these E-TITANIUM decals on the head - it would have looked SO much better had it just been plain colours. Oh well... let's see what tomorrow brings!

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    comprehensive review coming from me tomorrow evening really impressed with the racket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    [...]really impressed with the racket.
    So was I. Seemed to have a smaller head than the usual iso (as LD pointed out to me over PM), but the sheer punch and stability, IMO, put it above the AT700 weight-for-weight as an attacker. Victor have done exactly the right thing in using JJS to plug this thing - his smashes are unreal, and I'm wondering how much the 35 helps him...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark A View Post
    So was I. Seemed to have a smaller head than the usual iso (as LD pointed out to me over PM), but the sheer punch and stability, IMO, put it above the AT700 weight-for-weight as an attacker. Victor have done exactly the right thing in using JJS to plug this thing - his smashes are unreal, and I'm wondering how much the 35 helps him...
    Definetly smaller head, and Longer shaft than NS9900, and more powerful than the Armortecs, or anything that I have tried before for that matter.

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    Just look at the amount of good words put into the racket from our experts here. Do not hesitate anymore. Go grab one if u like it heavy and stiff. It wont dissapoint you.

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    If you can handle it, SW35 is one of the best you can get at the moment. Seriously speaking.

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    I love my SW35

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