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    sw37 n bs12 price is a big gap (rm100). since i am not rich, therefore i cant afford to buy both. i cant handle sw35. too heavy, too stiff for me. sw37 n bs12 is flex n even balance. but need to know the difference before can proceed to the rite choice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amirx2 View Post
    sw37 n bs12 price is a big gap (rm100). since i am not rich, therefore i cant afford to buy both. i cant handle sw35. too heavy, too stiff for me. sw37 n bs12 is flex n even balance. but need to know the difference before can proceed to the rite choice.
    it depends man ...
    if you're into speed then my suggestion is that you go for BS12
    but if you're looking for power then I recommend you to buy SW37

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    Quote Originally Posted by amirx2 View Post
    sw37 n bs12 price is a big gap (rm100). since i am not rich, therefore i cant afford to buy both. i cant handle sw35. too heavy, too stiff for me. sw37 n bs12 is flex n even balance. but need to know the difference before can proceed to the rite choice.
    Currently you are using what racket?

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    just a normal racket. but i have tried sw35n bs10 (both are friends' rackets), not suite me.

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    @amirx2: u can have a try at Ah Lee Kuchai lama~They do sell Victor rackets which i think is quite affordable compare to the other shops in KL area~i think around 400 u can get either a bs 12 or a sw 37~

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    thanks mazdaD. but ahlee alwiz have no stock. need to order. sw37 worth rm380, bs12 is around rm480.

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    after long consideration between BS 12 and Artery Ti99, i've decided to buy BS12. Please confirm if i make a good or wrong decision.

    below is Victor Artery Ti99.
    http://cgi.ebay.com.au/ws/eBayISAPI....STRK:MESELX:IT

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    Quote Originally Posted by irwan_kho View Post
    after long consideration between BS 12 and Artery Ti99, i've decided to buy BS12. Please confirm if i make a good or wrong decision.

    below is Victor Artery Ti99.
    http://cgi.ebay.com.au/ws/eBayISAPI....STRK:MESELX:IT
    They are completely different rackets. BS12 is even balanced and medium stiff, the Ti99 is slightly head heavy and very stiff. All BraveSword rackets will likely be faster due to the sword like frame, the Ti99 on the other hand has a less aerodynamic box frame. I would however, recommend a BS10 to you instead. It's slightly stiff and slightly head heavy. The more aggressive properties of the Ti99 but with the speed of BS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Naim.F.C View Post
    They are completely different rackets. BS12 is even balanced and medium stiff, the Ti99 is slightly head heavy and very stiff. All BraveSword rackets will likely be faster due to the sword like frame, the Ti99 on the other hand has a less aerodynamic box frame. I would however, recommend a BS10 to you instead. It's slightly stiff and slightly head heavy. The more aggressive properties of the Ti99 but with the speed of BS.
    thanks for the information. unfortunately i have bought BS12 and before i have tested this racket and i like it.
    Last edited by irwan_kho; 05-17-2011 at 11:25 PM.

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    @amirx2: wat?? bs12 cost around 480 at ah lee? i thought it should be cheaper? @@
    @Naim: Just a question, how will you compare BS10 with BS 12? as i know, they are all good in speed~, in terms of power, i have no idea~ and one is stiff and the other one is a balanced racket~is tat all?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mazdaD View Post
    @amirx2: wat?? bs12 cost around 480 at ah lee? i thought it should be cheaper? @@
    @Naim: Just a question, how will you compare BS10 with BS 12? as i know, they are all good in speed~, in terms of power, i have no idea~ and one is stiff and the other one is a balanced racket~is tat all?
    BS10 is stiffer and slightly head heavier. I can't say for sure the differences since I haven't used a BS12, but they are technically the same frame design and handle length. I guess just the balance and stiffness is difference. I personally tend to prefer stiffer and more head heavy rackets, but it is down to personal preference.

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    The BS12 is now available to buy in the UK ) saw it on the Victor UK site this morning www.victor-sport.co.uk.

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    Hey guys, u know where to find V BS 12 in mlk? or where can i find it exactly in kl (not familiar with kl)? what's the price and goodies? thanks.

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    I am from melaka and i dont think u can find bs12 in melaka shops. If yes also, it will be very pricey. Probably got to order from KL online or so.

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    Maybe you can come to Bangi. I bought my BS12 at that shop for RM469 (Frame+BG66Ultimax+karakal Grip). That shop have good reputation on selling badminton racket and got many selection badminton racket to choose.

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    i prefer BS10 over BS12...like naim did. BS10 is stiffer and slightly head heavy, but feel more impact...

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    The thing is, is that once you have an MX80 in your bag, you look at the BS10 in there and go......."why do you even exist?"



    With the BS12 at least, if your arm caves in all of a sudden, you've got a nice forgiving, quick and easy racket to fall back on

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