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    Still Thinking About Getting A Siw35/36 !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by staiger View Post
    Still Thinking About Getting A Siw35/36 !!!
    WRT SW35, I'm doing more than thinking. Watch for an Arc Z for sale soon...

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    Quote Originally Posted by staiger View Post
    I received the BS11 and it is a decent racket , but I would not rate it in the same league as the NS9900 and AT900P in doubles. and as a single racket , it just does not have that punch required and you really have to work for the shots and if you prefer maneuverability , you dont have that either with the BS11 , still a solid racket and a nice feel.

    (doubles ) T200 > Ns9900 > AT900P > BS11
    (singles) NS8000 > NS9900 > L70 > T200 > BS11

    as you can see i dont even have room in the bag for the BS11
    And you don't even rate the AT900P as a singles racket?

    What a bogus comparo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Easy Tiger View Post
    And you don't even rate the AT900P as a singles racket?

    What a bogus comparo!
    well, I am the one who own all those rackets and have been playing /testing them in number of matches and sessions. If I think the AT900T aint suitable for me in singles then who are you to judge . Just because some pros uses it does not mean everyone would fall in love with the racket ,
    peace out !

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    Who am I to Judge?!?! I am the law!


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    I heard bravesword 11 is a good racket

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    Quote Originally Posted by rapidfire View Post
    I heard bravesword 11 is a good racket
    Yeah, it is very nice racket after u have adapted to the timing and slightly flexible shaft.

    If u like Ti10, probably u will like BS11 better. At least, this happened to me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by niemrieng View Post
    wow so many compliments for BS 10 and 11, but I wonder the BS 11 is less demanding than the BS10, rite? even though it's not so powerful as BS10.

    since I dunt have strong arms so I wonder maybe BS11 will fit me more?

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    Are you a lady?? You'd been asking these kind of questions since last year and a fellow forumer had hit on you also if i remembered correctly.

    Just look at the no.of posts related to your same questions here!

    If you had tried it out yourself you should have known better than anyone else, long ago, rather than asking all over the place.

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    Totally agree with Aspire ... I remember he asked these questions when I was thinking of getting BS09 and after I already got my BS11, he is still ...asking about it.

    @Niemrieng:
    If u have strong wrist and being a smash lover, go for BS08 or BS10.
    If LYD is ur idol and u can control flexible racket, BS09 is not a bad choice.
    If u want something in between BS09 and BS10, then BS11 is a perfect choice (medium stiff).

    If u r Ti10's fan then go for BS11 since it's similar to Ti10 but a bit head lighter.

    Lastly, if u r in Saigon, go to Loan's sport shop. I think she can give u better advices.

    Quote Originally Posted by Aspire View Post
    Are you a lady?? You'd been asking these kind of questions since last year and a fellow forumer had hit on you also if i remembered correctly.

    Just look at the no.of posts related to your same questions here!

    If you had tried it out yourself you should have known better than anyone else, long ago, rather than asking all over the place.

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    Played again with my 11 yesterday for 3 hours. I've noticed that the power is a little further up the head than my other rackets (actually similar location to the ZS) so it's taking some time to take the shuttle earlier so I can tap into it more, but still, it's a solid and predictable racket and I'm having fun with it.

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    Man, after reading easy tiger comment on the BS11. I think I'm going to give it a try if I have the chance.

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    BS11 is a very good racquet indeed. I tested BS9,10,11 this week. Preferred the BS10 out of all 3 but all were very very good.

    BS11 has a slimmer shaft than BS10 and therefore has slightly more flexibility. Bs9 is medium flex so is the most flexible out of 3.

    BS11 has nice weight in the head but not too much. Personally I didn't feel there was much difference head wise between 11 &10 but the difference in shaft made them feel and play different.

    I've just written a review of BS10 and this will be posted on my blog very soon.(I have ARC5 review going live this week).

    Easy Tiger, you've got good taste!

    To your success
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    Cheers Paul!

    Yeah I like a different racket. Enjoyed your review of the 8DX though - I played a few games with an Arc10 and liked it quite a bit, so I was wondering about how it compared.

    I honestly think the only thing holding Victor back is it's sale and promotion. They're solid, interesting rackets, badly promoted.

    I'm crossing my fingers that the BS12 has some fluro yellow on it, then I'll be 100% sold

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    Quote Originally Posted by staiger View Post
    well, I am the one who own all those rackets and have been playing /testing them in number of matches and sessions. If I think the AT900T aint suitable for me in singles then who are you to judge . Just because some pros uses it does not mean everyone would fall in love with the racket ,
    peace out !
    hi bro... wat's t200?

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    Easy Tiger

    Do you know something we don't re BS12?

    Totally agree with you regarding sales and promotion. Part of the issue here is that they're looking for a gradual increase in sales rather than a huge spurt.

    Found this out as I had dinner with MD for Victor UK and MD of Victor International. (name dropper!).

    Paul

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    Well, if any other industry is to be used as an example, all you have to do is be vocal and have a blog and WAMMO - companies throw stuff at you like your some expert or something!

    I dunno anything about the potential BS12, just wishful thinking. Seeing as though you're obviously the guy with connections, by all means drop my name as I'd love to design the colour scheme for it! (which I promise will have less grey and red.)
    Last edited by Easy Tiger; 04-18-2010 at 07:57 AM.

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    @ all : sorry for a bit bothering.however, rackets are not so easy to access here. We dunt have demo rackets to try and Victors are not popular so we can borrow from fellows.

    So we buy stuffs (which are a bit expensive - at least to me) based on information that all the nice guys like you provide.

    Moreover, Victor's spec are not clear also. some say BS 11 is less heavy than BS10 whereas some say the opposite.

    that's why I'm really careful before buying stuffs. And I'm sorry if it leads to your inconveniences . No one ever want to spend money on something that doesnt fit you. And used rackers are not easily sold here. so we'll have to stick with our choice even though we know it's not a good choice.

    Great thanks for all your support so far.

    NR

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