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    Quote Originally Posted by amirru View Post
    Hi Victors fan,

    being studying the BS10 & BS11 this few weeks n looks like im gonna buy one of this racket.. Bro Aspire, may i know how much is the BS10&11 selling at your place?? Thanks inadvance..
    Give Eric at RKEP / Squash_mart a email if you're after a BS11. The BS10's he has are identical to the BS11's so not worth getting IMHO.

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    Mine is SG coded on the shaft.....bottom cap is blue with "Taiwan"...

    Stiffness indicated on the shaft is almost near to highest stiffness....like the HK version...
    Last edited by cephas_chan; 09-20-2010 at 07:47 AM.

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    BS10 vs BS11....more or less the same except for the flex....BS11's more, BS10's less....even pricing is the same....the "tarik" effect of this racket is one of the fastest (based on swinging down the racket in a smashing motion & then PULL it up to standby (up-right) position)....less demanding on your deltoid muscle...save energy for more powerful smashes & games. To me, it's even balanced with original + replacement grips...it might be head heavy slightly if the original grip is removed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jayssen View Post
    Hey there,

    I had wondered about reviews about the BS 10 by Victor, all the other BS models have reviews on this site, however I was unable to find one about the BS 10. Anyone willing to give a review about this please?

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    i bought one last week wow my game changed alots . my cross maneuvers coming from net area with shuttle near my knee portion alomost close to net crossing over tightly . my smash gained power , my net drives is so quick and powerful . my clears changed alot . my drops and shuttle control changed alot . All praises for this racket underrated but for me its more than outstanding and the swish sound feels so nice ! i strung it with 4 knots yonex nanogy 95 at 26lbs. with a 4u grip and an anti slip RKEP racket expert over grip . Powerful sword !

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    I just got my first Victor, Brave Sword 10 3UG2 last night,my last racquet was copied NS7700, well, haven't try the sword in court yet, next game schedule will be later today, I have removed out the original grip, strapped with thick rubbery sponge type. Stringing it with YY BG85 at 26.5lbs. First feeling of holding it is great, feel it head heavy, but no effort swinging the racquet forehand and backhand as from the design build in that helps to cut through the air easily, and the sound of air cutting is quite fantastic.."suew" sound. Will share the experience after having playing with it later. Meanwhile, looking forward to Japan Open matches of Lin Dan vs Lee CW and Cai Y/Fu Hf vs Koo KK/Tan BH in 2.5 hours later. Live the game!

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    Well, had played for the 3rd times, adapting to it....this racquet provide a powerful smash, mostly 1 time could kill my opponent compare to my previous racquet..may take few shots.....One the return shot, still need to adjust to the correct force applied, few shots hit the net during play. Backhand control is better and with better push.
    Although initially from the frame that looks slim, but the smash and push is good, as I always believe wide frame with more mass will provide better kill, anyway with BS10 frame, it proves me wrong, basically with the design of slightly heavier head, this could execute the kill that is desired and not affecting your backhand control due to less resistance. Still need few practises to get in line with this gadget.

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    i may be talking rubbish here, but in general, BS10 does not provide as much smash power as the AT900T and AT700. I know this as i have these racquets.

    if some of you guys experienced greater smashing power, then i guess its because your smash swing suits BS10. BS10 is very light and quick, does not feel as head heavy as AT900T, thus you dont get the "hammer" feel on your smash. Its a good racquet though, don't get me wrong, aptly suited for fast doubles play. its the quickest racquest i've come across, just that i find it alot harder to kill off with my smashes.

    i seem to get alot more smash returns from my opponents using BS10. Lesser on AT900T, and the fewest with the AT700. i dont normally use AT700 though as my wrist is not strong enough and i get pain after a session with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ksquared View Post
    i may be talking rubbish here, but in general, BS10 does not provide as much smash power as the AT900T and AT700. I know this as i have these racquets.

    if some of you guys experienced greater smashing power, then i guess its because your smash swing suits BS10. BS10 is very light and quick, does not feel as head heavy as AT900T, thus you dont get the "hammer" feel on your smash. Its a good racquet though, don't get me wrong, aptly suited for fast doubles play. its the quickest racquest i've come across, just that i find it alot harder to kill off with my smashes.

    i seem to get alot more smash returns from my opponents using BS10. Lesser on AT900T, and the fewest with the AT700. i dont normally use AT700 though as my wrist is not strong enough and i get pain after a session with it.
    Ksquared, what is the string type & tension u apply on your BS10 and AT900T?

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    i use bg66 sharp and 26lbs for both. sometimes 25lbs

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    Quote Originally Posted by ksquared View Post
    i use bg66 sharp and 26lbs for both. sometimes 25lbs
    if you are using thicker string at higher tension, it is different.
    bg66 will feel "dead" at higher tension, im using bg85 at 26.5lbs.
    with thicker string(0.67 - 0.7mm), it will also increase the racquet weight for the kill.
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    BG66 Sharp is not the normal BG66 its thickness is .68 same as bg80

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    Quote Originally Posted by CalvinSeak View Post
    BG66 Sharp is not the normal BG66 its thickness is .68 same as bg80
    confuse naming, is this a yonex product as well, any website with the bg66 sharp info, i never come across in an official yonex website.

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    It's a JP string. You can find out from JP website.

    Very much like bg 85 but longer lasting. I used to use bg85 but at 26lbs, breaks too easily for me.

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    Today I bought a bravesword 10 at the shop, which has my full trust. Strung after buy with VS 850 @ 24 lbs. Can't wait to test it.

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    congrats!

    if you are concerned with chipping of the paint, please do not scoop up the shuttle with the racket (i normally do that rather than pick it up by hand). i did that and the gold paint came off after a few times.

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    cool! welcome to the club that depend where you scoop the shuttle, i think from wooden floor is ok but not advisable from cement, but without this practise of scooping, is like loosing some feel of the game. but maybe initially will the pain,like when you are getting a new car, maybe after 3 months, scratches on the racquet will not bring much impact then, the bag that i get is different, bigger bag(medium), anyway thanks for sharing.

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    today...totally mastered the BS10, very good equipment, an all rounders that help you to execute all plan and strategy in the court. In summary, this is a superb racquet for doubles.
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