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    Super wave is head heavy or Even Balance? Same as BS 12?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kia9106 View Post
    Super wave is head heavy or Even Balance? Same as BS 12?
    SW37 is even balanced, BP 287 mm

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    That confuses me. I mean, if the SW37 has the same BP as the BS12, why would you buy it? I thought the SW series was the head-heavy hammerfest line of rackets??

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    if SW 37 has sameBP as BS 12, then i rather buy SW 37. LOL RM 100 cheaper that BS 12 X)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    That confuses me. I mean, if the SW37 has the same BP as the BS12, why would you buy it? I thought the SW series was the head-heavy hammerfest line of rackets??
    SW37 = BS12
    Stiff 00000 Flex
    HH 00000 HL

    Spira 22 = MX70
    Stiff ooooo Flex
    HH ooooo HL

    Spira 21 = MX80
    Stiff ooooo Flex
    HH ooooo HL

    although their specs are similar doesn't mean they play the same ...

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    so.. can anyone compare how SW37 and BS12 plays?
    which one is better?

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    yaa, which one is better, in term of power, defend n price.

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    there is no such thing as a better racket
    what is better for you might not be better for others ...
    what is the best for you might not be any good for others ...

    there's only a more suitable one for you thus become the better one for you but not the best for all ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jump-smash View Post
    there is no such thing as a better racket
    what is better for you might not be better for others ...
    what is the best for you might not be any good for others ...

    there's only a more suitable one for you thus become the better one for you but not the best for all ...
    Jump-smash..
    I understand about there is no such thing as best racket
    asking which one is better, NS9900 or VT80 might be wrong because it is different spec

    however, both rackets (BS12 and SW37) have similar spec, only different in technology
    that is why I asked the question
    is it sword technology that claimed by Victor can cut through air easily makes BS12 faster than SW37?
    is it e-titanium in SW37 that claimed by Victor can increase smashing power makes SW37 more powerful than BS12?
    Last edited by Avenger; 05-09-2011 at 02:26 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Avenger View Post
    Jump-smash..
    I understand about there is no such thing as best racket
    asking which one is better, NS9900 or VT80 might be wrong because it is different spec

    however, both rackets (BS12 and SW37) have similar spec, only different in technology
    that is why I asked the question
    is it sword technology that claimed by Victor can cut through air easily makes BS12 faster than SW37?
    is it e-titanium in SW37 that claimed by Victor can increase smashing power makes SW37 more powerful than BS12?
    well it depends on your preferences, needs and play style
    only you could decide which one is better for you
    seems like you already know what they are good for
    BS12 good for speed
    and SW37 good for power
    it's your call ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Avenger View Post
    is it sword technology that claimed by Victor can cut through air easily makes BS12 faster than SW37?

    is it e-titanium in SW37 that claimed by Victor can increase smashing power makes SW37 more powerful than BS12?
    yes

    no. it's the inside wave construction that makes the frame more solid

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    which one is heavier between sw37 & 35? for me, i dont have power and capability to handle sw35.

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    between SW35 and SW37
    definitely SW35 is a lot head heavier than SW37 (297 mm > 287 mm)
    and SW35 is way stiffer too

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    10mm, such a big gap there. so i think i gonna try sw37. bs12 is more expensive.

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    anyone have tried this racket? surprisingly no one share his experience.

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    Heyyy first post ever (:

    So... I'm really interested in this racket, are there any more people who have tried this racket and can share their views? Is it really comparable to SW35 or AT900?

    Thanks (:

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    JJS switch to SW 37 at Singapore Open 2011

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