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    Quote Originally Posted by Ferrerkiko View Post
    Yes, i agreed with brothers here Victor Spiral 21 is a good racket.. personally i feel that it is even better than Yonex Z slash..

    Hope to see the korea team use this racket soon !
    In what way is the Spira 21 better than the Z Slash ?

    You have both racquets ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RSLvictorSOTX View Post
    Guys and gals, anyone log serious court time with the Spira 21 yet? Please kindly post your reviews, tks.
    There is a very good review on badmintoncn.com (in chinese) and I feel that it is very accurate. To summarize the reviewer's opinion, the Spira is a very demanding racquet, suitable for professional or advance players as it require good technique and form.

    I must say I agree with the review as I just got a Spira 21 and it is very difficult to use, even more difficult to use than the TC700. I need to log more time with the Spira 21 and maybe I can get used to it like how I have gotten use to the TC700.

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    wah teoky so fierce , spiral21 liao . stiffness compared to tc 700?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chann View Post
    wah teoky so fierce , spiral21 liao . stiffness compared to tc 700?
    I feel that the shaft is very stiff, even more than the TC700.

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    how about the head heaviness then ?

    done any comparison with teh sw35 or bs 11/10?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chann View Post
    how about the head heaviness then ?

    done any comparison with teh sw35 or bs 11/10?
    Don't have the SW35 but the bp on my spira which has a towel grip (took out the original grip, put electrical tape) is around 295mm which is similar to my BS10.

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    so the spira21 currently stiffer than bs10?

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    Quote Originally Posted by chann View Post
    so the spira21 currently stiffer than bs10?
    Let me cut this short, it is the stiffest racquet I have ever used so far.

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    sounds painful to use

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    Quote Originally Posted by teoky View Post
    There is a very good review on badmintoncn.com (in chinese) and I feel that it is very accurate. To summarize the reviewer's opinion, the Spira is a very demanding racquet, suitable for professional or advance players as it require good technique and form.

    I must say I agree with the review as I just got a Spira 21 and it is very difficult to use, even more difficult to use than the TC700. I need to log more time with the Spira 21 and maybe I can get used to it like how I have gotten use to the TC700.
    Ok, tks vm. So it is demanding and uber stiff! Will it turn out to be like TC700 or Arc Z that many pros seems to shun away from but instead a collectors item for regular people like me?

    Well, I like my stiff Super Inside Waves 35 (my regular racket) and as I have mentioned before I've held an unstrung racket for a fleeting moment and I thought I have absolutely no idea as how it plays on court.

    So yes, yes, yes, reviews, reviews, reviews, please! Thanks.

    Btw, I can already feel it is not a racket for me, admittedly.
    Last edited by RSLvictorSOTX; 06-06-2010 at 12:39 PM.

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    my 2nd review of this racket.... already played with it for 3 sessions.... including one back in KL...

    again, i would say that i really like this racket.... it seems to be alittle head heavy.... for the stiffness(i didnt feel it as much as NS9900, maybe due to the head heavy).... yes it's abit more demanding than arc7....

    overall it's a racket for me and i love it......

    i was suprise when i was told this SP21 is selling cheaper in Malaysia???? not too sure bout it anyone??? maybe the guy mistaken it as another victor model....

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulstewart64 View Post
    guys

    I will have a sample Spira soon. I'll compare it to SW35, BS10 etc if you like. I have already rewiewed a few of the top Victor racquets - they're all great racquets.

    Paul
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    Impatiently waiting for the comparation, especially spira vs arc 8 dx

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    Quote Originally Posted by plkvoon View Post
    my 2nd review of this racket.... already played with it for 3 sessions.... including one back in KL...

    again, i would say that i really like this racket.... it seems to be alittle head heavy.... for the stiffness(i didnt feel it as much as NS9900, maybe due to the head heavy).... yes it's abit more demanding than arc7....

    overall it's a racket for me and i love it......

    i was suprise when i was told this SP21 is selling cheaper in Malaysia???? not too sure bout it anyone??? maybe the guy mistaken it as another victor model....
    u might be able to get it below RM400 in KL

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    Quote Originally Posted by ziggy87 View Post
    u might be able to get it below RM400 in KL

    ohhh thank you....

    wondering how come BS and SW selling so expensive in Malaysia then... kekkekee....

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    Quote Originally Posted by huangxl View Post
    Ok, then i am not getting it. For the sake of my arm. LOL
    To Huangxl, Chann and Paul: (and other Victor rackets experts)

    Wow! You guys know the rackets quite well, I am thinking of getting brave sword 168 or Artery Tec 95 power to use as spare racket, (I am using Armotec 900 T now and able to use it quite well in all areas!)

    But I am getting Brave Sword 168 or Artery Tec 95 power (because of budget).
    (never use Victor racket before!)

    I want to able to kill at front court and smash hard, and also able to deflect the smash and push to open court.
    Which of the above is better for me?

    I also have Armotec 600, also loving it, because head heavy and control is amazing, but the only problem is not stiff enough to strike fear into opponent's face when smashing.

    Please tell me which of Brave Sword 168 (new technology) or Artery Tec 95 power should I pick up?
    Thanks in advance guys!

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    Sorry, I have seen Spira 21, it would be the stiffest racket among all Victor rackets.

    Unless you just want to smash all day, I doubted it is quite as good in other area.

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    I have not tried the 2 models you were asking about, so i am sorry i cannot help you out there. at600 is a good all round racket. I doubt changing to other models will make u generate a harder smash. Maybe only sw35 will do the job here but it is very stiff and head heavy. So you sacrifice a bit of other part of your game.

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