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    I bought 4UG2 sw37 last tuesday. Strung w/ bg66 at 23-24lbs. Put prince microtac overgrip (full length) over the original grip. Bp is 291. This racket is very easy to handle, especially for defence, but smash power is average.

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    Quote Originally Posted by todjo View Post
    I bought 4UG2 sw37 last tuesday. Strung w/ bg66 at 23-24lbs. Put prince microtac overgrip (full length) over the original grip. Bp is 291. This racket is very easy to handle, especially for defence, but smash power is average.
    Hi, you have mention (smash power is average) I believed is due to the 4u weight. Correct me if I'm wrong, thanks

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    Finally get myself a 3u sw37 today. Good deal, rm380 including string vs850, victor grip and a very nice victor blue colour bag. Holding it, make a few swing and I know it will be my go go racket after using bs11 for a long time. It doesn't feel heavy at all compare to bs11 maybe due to it's even balance design. Will try out few days later

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    Quote Originally Posted by kvn4000 View Post
    Finally get myself a 3u sw37 today. Good deal, rm380 including string vs850, victor grip and a very nice victor blue colour bag. Holding it, make a few swing and I know it will be my go go racket after using bs11 for a long time. It doesn't feel heavy at all compare to bs11 maybe due to it's even balance design. Will try out few days later
    Much appreciate if u can share what is different bs11 vs sw37 in term of ur playability. I would like to know why u left bs11 and go for sw37 and not sw36?what is ur opinion after so long using bs11?sorry so much asking but i really want to buy bs11 at soonest.now i got bs10,bs12 and mx80...just to fill in the blank for bs series

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    Quote Originally Posted by kvn4000 View Post
    Hi, you have mention (smash power is average) I believed is due to the 4u weight. Correct me if I'm wrong, thanks
    You're not wrong. But, after I used it again yesterday. I realize that the problem is w/ me. I bought 4U rackets because of my elbow injury. I'm looking for rackets which can help me do clears & smashes 'effortlessly'. 4U wilson racket (k-factor) can help me do clear effortlessly, but smash is not powerful.
    This victor racket has the same characteristic as high end yonex racket. Need effort to unleash the 'power'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by samsudd_s View Post
    Much appreciate if u can share what is different bs11 vs sw37 in term of ur playability. I would like to know why u left bs11 and go for sw37 and not sw36?what is ur opinion after so long using bs11?sorry so much asking but i really want to buy bs11 at soonest.now i got bs10,bs12 and mx80...just to fill in the blank for bs series
    Hi, I have not played with it yet, will try my best sharing how do I feel on the result later ya. Btw anyone observed the Saturday WBC semi between the Koreans and Indonesian? Ko Sung Hyun is using sw37, each of his smash are more powerful than his partner if u see carefully the match. Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying bs12 uses by Yoo Yeon Seong are no good, it's only a personal observation :-) cheers

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    sw37 is consider middle stiff racket , ko sung hyun is so powerful, use the middle stiff racket still can smash so fast and hard. cause in our mind set sure he will use extra stiff and extra heavy head racket

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    as I said before
    it's all in the technique and skill
    and it's all personal preference
    Koo Sung Hyung SW37 (previously SW35)
    Yoo Yeong Seong BS12 (previously SW33P)
    Jung Jae Sung MX80 (previously SW35)
    Lee Young Dae BS09
    Park Sung Hwang SW37 (previously SW36)
    Fang Chieh Ming & Lee Sheng Mu both using BS10

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    I forgot Lee Hyun IL BS11

    Now I mostly use Spr22

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    Quote Originally Posted by samsudd_s View Post
    Much appreciate if u can share what is different bs11 vs sw37 in term of ur playability. I would like to know why u left bs11 and go for sw37 and not sw36?what is ur opinion after so long using bs11?sorry so much asking but i really want to buy bs11 at soonest.now i got bs10,bs12 and mx80...just to fill in the blank for bs series
    Hello samsudd_s, after 3 sessions which is total 6hours, I've really begin to like this sw37. Ok first of all this review is to my own understanding and rating because I'm not a expert reviewer. Firstly on weight is about the same to me compare to bs11 or it might feel a minimum heavier then bs11 maybe due to it's even balance and medium stiff and believed me, really feels good on hand. I've sold my previous yonex arc10 and voltric70 due to my low capabilities handle them which causes muscle ache and most important heavy to me.Power wise, I feel it's around 15% more vs bs11. My back hand shots are better with sw37, means that using same amount power with sw37 it could go further to base line. I could hear a slightly more power smash sound as well on it.I'm just a intermediate (closed to advanced) player with average power on my hand. The control is good as well but this is various on player, out of 10 drop shot could achieved 9 of them. Is good on double and I felt is very good on single as well. I played 2hours yesterday single on 5 games and it feel very solid on performance. The sweet spot if definitely larger vs bs11. Bs11 no doubt is fast but sw37 as I say will not slow u down either. Hope this helps

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    Quote Originally Posted by jump-smash View Post
    as I said before
    it's all in the technique and skill
    and it's all personal preference
    Ko Sung Hyun SW37 (previously SW35)
    Yoo Yeon Seong BS12 (previously SW33P)
    Jung Jae Sung MX80 (previously SW35)
    Lee Young Dae BS09
    Park Sung Hwan SW37 (previously SW35)
    Fang Chieh Min & Lee Sheng Mu both using BS10
    See corrected in red above

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    evil bump

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    Quote Originally Posted by jump-smash View Post
    as I said before
    it's all in the technique and skill
    and it's all personal preference
    Ko Sung Hyung SW37 (previously SW35)
    Yoo Yeon Seong BS12 (previously SW33P)
    Jung Jae Sung MX80 (previously SW35)
    Lee Young Dae BS09
    Park Sung Hwan SW37 (previously SW35)
    Fang Chieh Min & Lee Sheng Mu both using BS10
    PSH was using the SW35 if I remember correctly...agree with the statement about technique, skill and preference FHF always used mid-stiff rackets, and look at his smashes!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by j4ckie View Post
    PSH was using the SW35 if I remember correctly...agree with the statement about technique, skill and preference FHF always used mid-stiff rackets, and look at his smashes!!
    yes he used a SW35 before but at the WC2011 he used SW37

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    Yeah, thats what I meant

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    Quote Originally Posted by j4ckie View Post
    PSH was using the SW35 if I remember correctly...agree with the statement about technique, skill and preference FHF always used mid-stiff rackets, and look at his smashes!!
    PSH firstly use SW36
    and then secondly he switch to SW35
    and then finally he use SW37

    FHF firstly use yy Ti-10 gen 2
    and then Li-Ning N50 gen 1
    and now Kason Twister F9 (stiffness : medium and B/P 295 mm)
    all his racket are not extra / very stiff nor exteremely head heavy
    but somehow he manage to book a record in the World Championship final (301 km / hour)
    few years back when using yy Ti-10 he booked the unbreakable world record (323 km/h)
    until now nobody can produce faster smash, not even FHF himself
    Last edited by jump-smash; 08-22-2011 at 06:10 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kvn4000 View Post
    Hello samsudd_s, after 3 sessions which is total 6hours, I've really begin to like this sw37. Ok first of all this review is to my own understanding and rating because I'm not a expert reviewer. Firstly on weight is about the same to me compare to bs11 or it might feel a minimum heavier then bs11 maybe due to it's even balance and medium stiff and believed me, really feels good on hand. I've sold my previous yonex arc10 and voltric70 due to my low capabilities handle them which causes muscle ache and most important heavy to me.Power wise, I feel it's around 15% more vs bs11. My back hand shots are better with sw37, means that using same amount power with sw37 it could go further to base line. I could hear a slightly more power smash sound as well on it.I'm just a intermediate (closed to advanced) player with average power on my hand. The control is good as well but this is various on player, out of 10 drop shot could achieved 9 of them. Is good on double and I felt is very good on single as well. I played 2hours yesterday single on 5 games and it feel very solid on performance. The sweet spot if definitely larger vs bs11. Bs11 no doubt is fast but sw37 as I say will not slow u down either. Hope this helps
    thanks bro, it helps a lot. i just bought bs11 a week ago and i do think that bs11 is head heavier than bs10 but i like the feel of medium stiff of it. it just a perfect companion to my go-to bs10 with slight less power. From your review, it's really worth for u to move on with sw37 and hopefully one day i can try sw37 myself too

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