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    i just bought a bs10 few days ago.. strung with bg66 ultimax at 28lbs.. it feels more or less like my at900t&nbsp;<br>and slightly more power. didnt regret buying it...

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    Not surprised - it's a brilliant racquet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hafeau View Post
    i just bought a bs10 few days ago.. strung with bg66 ultimax at 28lbs.. it feels more or less like my at900t and slightly more power. didnt regret buying it...
    You mustn't be particularly sensitive, because the BS10 feels absolutely nothing like an AT900T.

    Still, it's one of the greats so how can you go wrong?

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    My favs are likes ns9900, ns9000s and at900p. Hate arcs series especially arcs7 and 10.

    Thought this piece is a good victor entry but no. i dun like it after my first session. Tension 28lbs with vs 850. could it be the string? i dun like thick gauge normally.

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    28lbs is kinda high tension, will feel the crisp sound but i doubt you could feel your smash since the shuttle would bounce off almost immediately after contact ... the max i go was 26lbs

    VS 850 is hard feeling if i aint mistaken, you wont feel much repulsion too

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    got another session with it. think the tension dropped. now it feel real good. effortless for smashing. good defense but not as good as ns9900 for me. it dun feel as stiff too. real quick racket. the only drawback is the frame felt unstable.

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    Quick question, is the 2nd gen bs10 TW coded suppose to less stiff? :/ cause my bs10 feels like the same stiffness as my bs09

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    Umm... so the bravesword that says "sword" on it is 2nd gen? Also, whats the difference between the 1st gen and 2nd?

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    The one that says "sword" is the 2nd gen. From what I know there is no difference between the 1st and 2nd. I believe there is a difference in stiffness based on the codes l;
    Quote Originally Posted by yerrorice View Post
    Umm... so the bravesword that says "sword" on it is 2nd gen? Also, whats the difference between the 1st gen and 2nd?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JukUx View Post
    Quick question, is the 2nd gen bs10 TW coded suppose to less stiff? :/ cause my bs10 feels like the same stiffness as my bs09
    Yes, 2nd gen BS10 in TW is 4/5 stiff. Everywhere else it's 5/5.

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    NOOOOOOOOO I have to find another coded one then

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    DE coded are 5/5 stiffness

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    Cant get this as the sponsor racket , are they still manufacturing it ? this is the best BS in the series IMO ,how about BS 9 , I dont like the later BS series
    Last edited by Staiger1; 08-13-2012 at 03:48 PM.

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    From what I've heard, some distributors are saying that it is out of stock but majority of them are saying that production for that racket has stopped! I hope someone here can shed some light and clear this up!

    I agree, the best BS racket

    Quote Originally Posted by Staiger1 View Post
    Cant get this as the sponsor racket , are they still manufacturing it ? this is the best BS in the series IMO ,how about BS 9 , I dont like the later BS series

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    Quote Originally Posted by Staiger1 View Post
    Cant get this as the sponsor racket , are they still manufacturing it ? this is the best BS in the series IMO ,how about BS 9 , I dont like the later BS series
    IME the BS9 is a defender's racket, not an all-rounder like the 10. The 12 is the very definition of "middle of the road". Haven't seen the 15 yet, but the specs suggest it's similar to the 10 mk1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mark A View Post
    IME the BS9 is a defender's racket, not an all-rounder like the 10. The 12 is the very definition of "middle of the road". Haven't seen the 15 yet, but the specs suggest it's similar to the 10 mk1.
    Fingers crossed

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    Am I the only one with a weird Bravesword 10 (1st gen)? o.o My BS10 is stiffer than NS9900 and VTZF .... and it has a BP of 297

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