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    LOL, the cost to go there equal with a new racket

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    Looks interesting. Anyone got it?
    i just bought it today at chris shop.it feel good and i would say it is the improve version of bs09

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    i hope i can get it tomorrow...but anyone know where?? around kl..

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    any one how what was the price in maysia??

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    from the 2011 Victor catalog:

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    Some rather average pix of my BS12.

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    are those VS-850? only Victor prints such long names on the string.

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    nice. more pics from more angles please.

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    Yeah, VS850 @ 26lbs is my go-to these days.

    More pix tonight.

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    Cool, someone revived the thread.

    Ordered one last week, waiting for it to arrive! Anyone else with more impressions of the racquet after a month???

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    I think the fact that the MX80 is the new 'hero racket' has taken some of the limelight away from the BS12 release - that and the fact that it's not uber stiff...like it's some race to see who can buy the most unplayable racket first.

    Anyway, I'll post up my initial report tomorrow night afte a couple of hours court time.
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    I look forward to it

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    Curious BS12 fact - it's 5mm longer overall (5mm longer handle)

    One thing people forget to mention about the Bravesword series, is for a racket that is so thin in profile, it's one tough mutha of a racket.

    My BS11 looks like it's gone to war and I've lost count of how many clashes it's had, yet it just keeps on delivering.

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    Bravesword 12.

    Best.

    Bravesword.

    EVER.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    Bravesword 12.

    Best.

    Bravesword.

    EVER.

    This is NOT what I wanted to hear lol. Comparisons to BS10? I actually LOVE the BS10. Mine just lacks a bit of power, which might be down to my current stringing (24lbs) and not the racket itself. But every where else, she's perfect. Does exactly what I want her to.

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    Man, can't sleep.

    Well, it's exactly what you'd expect - just like a BS10 except I find it a tad more forgiving and yet despite my example being much more headlight than my BS10, it seems to pack more punch. (bonus!) Directional stability is top notch, too - I played a game of singles and the shuttle was going exactly where I wanted it, with no head-shake like I get with my BS11. Telepathic.

    Only downside is really my lack of ability when it comes to low hit backhand clears, which I fare better at using the BS11 because it's head heavy and more flexible.

    Man, the head-speed on the Braveswords really is fantastic.

    This month, the RKEP AT800TEC really surprised me with it's fantastic playablility at BP288/86g, and now the BS12 has raised the bar again with BP287/88g.

    Gunna take a natural disaster to keep me from having a hit on Friday!


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    Maklike... you just make me want my bs12 to come in faster checking the shipping information every couple hours just because I can't wait

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