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    oic. congrats on the discount... they also sponsor my uni team, however, they only have g3 i think... no good to me as i prefer g4

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    Quote Originally Posted by Babyface View Post
    oic. congrats on the discount... they also sponsor my uni team, however, they only have g3 i think... no good to me as i prefer g4
    Thanks........

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    Thanks........

    even at wholesale price, Victor Canada rackets are expensive...

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    Ah, but Victor UK prices are quite reasonable, and that is before discount.
    90 for BS09 before discount

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    But BS09 is the cheapest of the three isn't it ... ?

    BS08 RRP was ~€200 I see in the catalogue.

    UK prices are indeed more reasonable. RRP of 110GBP for BS10, euro prices should be around €200 again (RRP).

    edit: BS11 €209 vs 120GBP ; BS10€179 vs 110GBP ; BS09 €149 vs 100GBP RRP

    Hurray for the weak pound !
    Last edited by demolidor; 03-10-2010 at 06:13 PM.

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    My opinion , u must possess a really strong arm to handle the BS 10 .

    Without a strong arm , u cannot maximise the power of the BS 10 .

    BS 10 is a control racket , they dun have that natural power like Ti-10 , AT-900 or things like that .

    If u are that sort of power smasher type of player , BS -10 suit you fine .

    I always imagine , if Fu Haifeng used this racket , his defensive game will improve further .

    Now u know why Lee Yong Dae defensive quality is so damn good ?

    The BS -10 factors do a part . And of course that match perfectly with his talent .

    This racket i got a feeling is made for him .

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    after using Apac Fusion 7200 and later now Victor Bs -10 , to just to improve my use of Bs -10 , i had to carry dumb-bells to made my arms stronger .

    And i felt good with BS 10 . So in the end , i sold my Ti-10 for SGD $90 . Damn fantastic racket , but too head heavy , getting old liao .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr.Defensor View Post
    My opinion , u must possess a really strong arm to handle the BS 10 .

    Without a strong arm , u cannot maximise the power of the BS 10 .

    BS 10 is a control racket , they dun have that natural power like Ti-10 , AT-900 or things like that .

    If u are that sort of power smasher type of player , BS -10 suit you fine .

    I always imagine , if Fu Haifeng used this racket , his defensive game will improve further .

    Now u know why Lee Yong Dae defensive quality is so damn good ?

    The BS -10 factors do a part . And of course that match perfectly with his talent .

    This racket i got a feeling is made for him .
    Because he is using BS9?

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    Quote Originally Posted by demolidor View Post
    Because he is using BS9?
    No , now he using Bs-11 .

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    Don't think LYD using BS11. I am sure it is BS09.

    If you look at the picture posted, the shaft is white and it is the same as http://www.badmintonshoponline.us/un...ge.php?pID=453

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    I do have a BS10, 4UG2. BP is around 275mm and that's with grip on top of the stock grip.

    I find its maneuverability is really great. I not a very good defender but due to its swing speed and maneuverability, my defense seems to be 'improve'. Currently downside of my 4UG2 BS10 is power, need more effort to make the smash harder (maybe due to the BP). Just regretted that i got a 4U instead of a 3U.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -Silver- View Post
    I do have a BS10, 4UG2. BP is around 275mm and that's with grip on top of the stock grip.

    I find its maneuverability is really great. I not a very good defender but due to its swing speed and maneuverability, my defense seems to be 'improve'. Currently downside of my 4UG2 BS10 is power, need more effort to make the smash harder (maybe due to the BP). Just regretted that i got a 4U instead of a 3U.
    If you put additional grip on most racquets especially a replacement grip or towel grip over the original grip, the bp will be 280mm and below.

    I have a 4U BS10 and i put a thin overgrip on top of the original grip and the bp is 290mm. Power is good and since it is 4U, pretty fast also.

    But man, the racquet is stiff !

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    Quote Originally Posted by teoky View Post
    If you put additional grip on most racquets especially a replacement grip or towel grip over the original grip, the bp will be 280mm and below.

    I have a 4U BS10 and i put a thin overgrip on top of the original grip and the bp is 290mm. Power is good and since it is 4U, pretty fast also.

    But man, the racquet is stiff !
    Definitely will try to take out the original grip and just use a replacement grip over the bare wood. But i will do this till my grip turn dirty and smelly.

    To me, it seems that my SW35 somehow alittle wee bit stiffer than the BS10 though. Might be my imagination or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by -Silver- View Post
    Definitely will try to take out the original grip and just use a replacement grip over the bare wood. But i will do this till my grip turn dirty and smelly.

    To me, it seems that my SW35 somehow alittle wee bit stiffer than the BS10 though. Might be my imagination or something.
    You are a Victor collector !!!

    I don't have the SW35 but it seems that it could be stiffer than the BS10 according to the reviews.

    I actually wanted to get the SW35 but strangely, the SW series in Bangkok is more expensive than the BS series !

    I have a SW33P and I am impressed with it and was thinking the SW35 should also impress me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teoky View Post
    You are a Victor collector !!!

    I don't have the SW35 but it seems that it could be stiffer than the BS10 according to the reviews.

    I actually wanted to get the SW35 but strangely, the SW series in Bangkok is more expensive than the BS series !

    I have a SW33P and I am impressed with it and was thinking the SW35 should also impress me.
    If got the chance, you should try! If you can tame the 3U SW35, lots of power can be unleash! Still trying my best to bring out its full potential.

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    Sorry i kept saying BS-10 , i am saying Bs-09 i am currently using .....

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