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    i love this racket so much... easy to handle and nice feeling while smashing... i guess this racket suits me better than my bs09...

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    TheSmasherKing,

    I thought you couldn;t get enough power out of your sw37 (4u) on smashes?

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    yup... at first i couldnt get enough power from it... but after several session, i got comfortable with it... i guess, maybe it is because im not use to it when i started using it for time...

    Quote Originally Posted by ssgg007 View Post
    TheSmasherKing,

    I thought you couldn;t get enough power out of your sw37 (4u) on smashes?

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    still, i'm not sure what is special on sw37 if compare to bs or mx....bs12 is more beast imho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by samsudd_s View Post
    still, i'm not sure what is special on sw37 if compare to bs or mx....bs12 is more beast imho.
    depend on your playing style. i mean how you want the head and shaft of racket react during hitting the shuttle.

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    BS12 may look cooler yes... :P I'd wonder too how they are compared together.
    BS doesn't have the e-Titanium from the Super Waves Series. And the SW Series don't have the aerodynamic technology :P That's probably the main "paper-difference".

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    I guess the most noticeable difference will be the quickness of the racket - the Braveswords ARE quicker than comparable other rackets, so if you like a quick swing, you'll love them. I'm always a bit sceptical about terms like "E-Titanium" - often just a fancy name for a small improvement and not or barely noticeable. Anyhow, the main difference is that the SW rackets are head heavier than the BS series, and most are heavier as well. The different frame shape makes them stronger so they can withstand higher tensions. Don't know if it actually affects the game play - they'll be slower than the more aerodynamic Braveswords, but other than that, I can't say.

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    @j4ckie: Your experience? Or just guessing?
    Do you own both of them or your colleagues?

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    Anything about the SW-series specifically is more guesswork than experience (only tested the 35 briefly and the 36 a bit more thoroughly).
    Everything about the BS series is experience as I own the 09 and 10 and tested the 12 quite thoroughly (very similar to the 09, if a bit less head heavy), and the comment about the frame shape is my experience as a stringer. Although I haven't strung the SW, the frame shape is similar to Yonex' power box frame and to some Panda Power rackets as well. They're generally able to hold higher tensions than more aerodynamic frames with less warping/deformation. I usually string in the 24-28 area but for testing purposes (or some exceptions) go up to 33.
    The more boxy frames (Li Ning N-Series, Yonex AT/Voltric series,...) take high tensions very well, the N50II didn't show any signs of stress at 32lbs, neither did the VT70@31. The BS start to show small signs of stress at 29-30 (more deformation around the 10&2 o'clock positions while stringing).

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    I'm considering between a bs12 or sw37. I prefer a slightly heavy head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by michaelbyz23 View Post
    I'm considering between a bs12 or sw37. I prefer a slightly heavy head.
    Then sw37 is what you want.

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    my sw37 got aerodynamic word on its frame

    Quote Originally Posted by Accordaz View Post
    BS12 may look cooler yes... :P I'd wonder too how they are compared together.
    BS doesn't have the e-Titanium from the Super Waves Series. And the SW Series don't have the aerodynamic technology :P That's probably the main "paper-difference".

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    my sw37 (4u) feels pretty fast to me.... Honestly, I never expected it to be that fast

    How much faster is the BS series?

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    It is very fast.....very noticable difference in speed

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    j4kie...i'm totally with ur feel on bs12 (very similar to the 09, if a bit less head heavy). and for sw37, yes i admitted that it will depend on the play style. since i am trying both, bs12 is more fast, and superb manuverability. sw35 is better choice rather than sw37 for stronger player, imho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheSmasherKing View Post
    my sw37 got aerodynamic word on its frame
    Doesn't mean all that much if it's just printed on - the frame shape is not really aerodynamic when compared to the BS or Nanoray series.

    Quote Originally Posted by ssgg007 View Post
    my sw37 (4u) feels pretty fast to me.... Honestly, I never expected it to be that fast

    How much faster is the BS series?
    Much quicker. A 4U racket will always feel much, much quicker than it's 3U equivalent, I noticed the same with my 4U VT70. However, the 3U BS rackets are all at least as quick - and for me, nearly any 3U racket (exceptions being very head light rackets, like 700RP or anything below 285mm BP) is more powerful than any 4U racket.
    I don't think taking a head heavy racket in 4U is such a great choice if you're not a female XD player of a very front court-oriented MD player - the decrease in power is very noticeable, and the only thing that's better than with a less head heavy 3U racket is net play, as the high BP will allow very controlled net shots. Speed around the mid court (drives and block defense) should be the same.

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    well the 4u version of sw37 felt better in my hands. that was why I decided on the 4u version over the 3u version

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