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Thread: Victor Super Waves 37
11-28-2011, 09:18 PM #324
11-28-2011, 09:30 PM #325
Yup, both are 3U.
12-03-2011, 05:37 PM #326
i checked in victor taiwan website, new sw30 will be released on 2012.
12-04-2011, 03:07 AM #327
12-04-2011, 03:59 AM #328
12-04-2011, 09:19 PM #329
last batch of sw37/bs12/spira22 all blue shaft. Now we see the new MX60 on the victor taiwan site is yellow, so probably sw30 yellow too
12-04-2011, 09:30 PM #330
maybe u right...
12-07-2011, 10:08 AM #331
who know the status of this racket when it will arrive in malaysia?...
12-07-2011, 08:40 PM #332
its not even out in taiwan yet
12-07-2011, 09:06 PM #333
Well considering the photos of the MX80 are out and it's an April release, I suspect a racket for which we have no photos should be out in........July!
12-09-2011, 08:46 AM #334
12-09-2011, 09:48 AM #335
I own the SW37 over a month now. Yesterday I had (finally!!!) my first badminton session with my badminton partner after a long long time now That was also the first time I had the chance to test my racket with feather shuttlecocks.
The racket is amazing and pretty fast. As I've mentioned before I got the 4U-Version. It really really feels light. Much lighter than my Arcsaber10 (3U).
The maneuverability is pretty easy, the control (defending) is easy, playing drives is easy, to generete (smash)power into the racket is easy. I'd call it an almost perfect racket for any intermediate players like me.
Why almost perfect? Because the net play and defending (against smashes) feels a little bit like "loose". I would say this is caused by its lighter 4U-construction. Sometimes the shuttles falls down before the net. So I maybe have to get used to this. And additionaly I have to say the feedback of SW37 doesn't feel that clear as the Arcsaber10. But it's still noticable, which is a very important point for me - and a reason why I don't go for very stiff rackets.
What I extremely like is the easiness and effortlessness while smashing. The 4U Version let you swing the racket much faster. And additionaly I think its "e-Titanium"-Technology is something true It really feels like a smash-racket.
What I also like is its superb maneuverability. In this term, here's no big difference to a NS9900 anymore. Why getting a NS9900 if you can have control and power both? And yes, SW37 is a well balanced racket. Maybe very very slightly head heavy. But it's not really noticable. Especially not if you're using an overgrip.
Does someone know if SW37 the racket is also available with G3? Because G2 is too small. Even for smaller asian hands
To sum up: SW37 is a great racket and also an easy racket to play. You can do anything with it. To give it a try is highly recommended.
For me personally, I'm trying to get bigger biceps to get a reason to get the 3U-Version In my opinion it's stupid to get the the same racket twice. But with this reason I can explain it.
P.S. Sorry for my bad english. Don't hesitate to correct my mistakes.
12-09-2011, 10:44 AM #336
One little mistake with your reasoning - stiffer rackets usually give way MORE feedback than softer ones. And I can see nothing stupid with getting more than one piece of a racket - I feel nervous when playing with a racket I've got no back-up for, as I break strings semi-often and don't like to re-adjust in competition play. Additionally, in tight matches re-adjusting might just cost you the game.
Anyhow, I like your review, and your enthusiasm is quite visible Dont be shy about your English. It's perfectly understandable, and that's what counts
12-09-2011, 04:09 PM #337
Okay. Well, I just know that NS8000 is stiff and it's the worst racket I've ever played. VT80 was kinda okay, strangely >_<" But it was still not that "feeling" I wanted
Yeah, of course it isn't stupid for players who break rackets "frequently". But for me, I'm an intermediate player who's (still) not playing any leagues, it wouldn't make sense to get the same racket twice, because I'm not on a level where I can say it really matters that much, If I own 2 or 3 further rackets which I also know how to play.
Sorry for beeing unprecise But now you should know what I mean
12-09-2011, 06:29 PM #338
good to see you finally got to test your racket
As for the net play part feeling a bit "loose". That might be because you are not use to using the vs850?
12-09-2011, 07:38 PM #339
Yep, it's the first time I'm playing a victor string (and victor racket).
To what kind of Yonex string would you compare the VS850? I never thought before that this problem could be caused by the strings.
I've tested 2 strings only yet: NG98 (I like) and BG80 (I don't really like)
But I've heard BG80 is like VS850
12-09-2011, 08:02 PM #340
vs850 is similar to bg80 with a slightly softer feel. But still tinny sounding.i've been trying to a lot strings lately, nbg 95, nbg98, bg 80, vs 850, gosen pro 70, rsl 680I have decided to stick to nbg 98 or vs850 at only around 23/24lbs for all my rackets. I am using vs850 on my more flexible shaft rackets. But the strings do feel and play different though. nbg 98 is more replusive/powerful, vs850 is slightly less powerful but has more feel.
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