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    Quote Originally Posted by DeVi|_FaT View Post
    So what would u say if i think that SW 33 C suits your above explanation???

    Many Thanks for your time!!!
    Ya, I think huangxl is right, the BS09 and BS11 is better than SW33c

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    Quote Originally Posted by teoky View Post
    Ya, I think huangxl is right, the BS09 and BS11 is better than SW33c
    For a second time, I held another unstrung Spira 21 in my hand and it felt head heavier than my unstrung SiW 35! Still the SiW 35 looks better than the Spira 21. Other than that, no comment.

    So, anyone has come out with a review yet (available for posting here at BCDF)?

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    Still no comprehensive reviews from people who've had enough court time with their Spira 21s?

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    hi all victor's fans, i need answer from u all...which one is head heavies between bs08 ,bs10, bs11, sw35, sw36 in 3u version and in 4u version?please arrange it , thanks~

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    Quote Originally Posted by wuzent View Post
    hi all victor's fans, i need answer from u all...which one is head heavies between bs08 ,bs10, bs11, sw35, sw36 in 3u version and in 4u version?please arrange it , thanks~
    For both 3U and 4U, the order will be the same...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryim_ View Post
    For both 3U and 4U, the order will be the same...
    which 1 has the following spec :
    slightly head heavy + good maneuverability
    thank..

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    Quote Originally Posted by wuzent View Post
    which 1 has the following spec :
    slightly head heavy + good maneuverability
    thank..
    my two cents: BS10

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    Quote Originally Posted by wuzent View Post
    which 1 has the following spec :
    slightly head heavy + good maneuverability
    thank..
    I think that's more describing the BS11.

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    Awesome review Paul.. how did you manage to find a g3? I've only seen g2 on online stores (they were all chinese though)

    And I saw your review of arcsaber8dx.. how would you compare that to the bs10/11?

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    G3 is supplied in UK.

    I think BS10 and BS11 are awesome rackets. Victor, in my opinion, are world class and it's a shame that more payers aren't using them.

    8DX is also a brilliant racket. As I am sponsored by Yonex, this is my racket of choice for the season. I do feel Bravesword rackets cut through the air so fast, which really helps in terms of speed for attack and defence. They're not too head heavy but pack enough punch to make an serious impact.

    8DX feels a little square in comparison to the Braveswords, although it's still a fast racket. In my opinion it's an overall better racket than Z Slash although doesn't quite have the power of the Z Slash. But, it has consistency and I think it's the best racket Yonex has at the moment.

    I'm about to try Schenk's racket which is available in UK. It looks and feel rerally nice so will be testing tomorrow and writing a review by the end of the week.

    I'm hoping the new Bravesword will be avialable soon so i can test that and the Spira 21.

    I promise to get my reviews up as soon as I can. But, you can always email me personally to have copies of my reviews before they are posted. Just go to my website and you'll see my personal email address. Oh, by the way, we're having problems yet again with our hosting company so my site is not displaying graphics.

    I have a major online coaching program launch coming soon, so it looks like I'll need to move to another host and have my site down for a couple of days before we can complete everything ready for the launch.

    I'm filming this week, so hope to complete video 3 which is on backhand clear, so looking forward to it.

    Keep telling players about Victor because they deserve more recognition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sealman View Post
    my two cents: BS10
    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    I think that's more describing the BS11.
    thanks for your information~

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    Latest update: New Korea Thomas cup wear is available at Chris shop now.. All korea fans get really for the team shirts!

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    Which Victor racket plays closest to the Yonex NS9000X? I wouldn't mind giving Victor rackets a go if I can find something close to the NS9000X.

    Also out of curiosity I played a session with the BS11. I think if strung to the right tension, I could like this racket

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    Quote Originally Posted by madbad View Post
    Which Victor racket plays closest to the Yonex NS9000X? I wouldn't mind giving Victor rackets a go if I can find something close to the NS9000X.

    Also out of curiosity I played a session with the BS11. I think if strung to the right tension, I could like this racket
    BS10 possibly ? I think BS10 is slightly head heavier than NS9000X though

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    Quote Originally Posted by LD rules! View Post
    BS10 possibly ? I think BS10 is slightly head heavier than NS9000X though
    Right, I was thinking the BS10 might be similar-ish, but wanted to hear from Victor experts. Do you think the BS10 or NS 9000X is stiffer?

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    BS 10 is right there with NS9000X, though BS10 is more robust compared to the fragile NS9000X.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RSLvictorSOTX View Post
    BS 10 is right there with NS9000X, though BS10 is more robust compared to the fragile NS9000X.
    You should see the state of my NS9000X. It's been through several wars and still standing (fingers crossed).

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