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    But the BS 12 blue is CN code, means china onemade, i worry is fake bro ?

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    All BS series are made in China. No BS made in Taiwan bro.

    When you buy from Taobao sellers, first thing is to ensure the reputation of the sellers, i.e., crown, diamond, or heart.

    Victor usually inform the highest RRP for its product in China, and Taobao sellers usually discounted the RRP up to 40-45% as the retail price.

    This is why the Victor pricing is a lot cheaper in China, compared to South East Asian pricing - which is usually only provides discount up to 30-35% of the RRP.

    If I'm not mistaken, BBE Sports is a reputable badminton seller, even before the existence of Taobao. cmiiw

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    Quote Originally Posted by clawhammers View Post
    All BS series are made in China. No BS made in Taiwan bro.

    When you buy from Taobao sellers, first thing is to ensure the reputation of the sellers, i.e., crown, diamond, or heart.

    Victor usually inform the highest RRP for its product in China, and Taobao sellers usually discounted the RRP up to 40-45% as the retail price.

    This is why the Victor pricing is a lot cheaper in China, compared to South East Asian pricing - which is usually only provides discount up to 30-35% of the RRP.

    If I'm not mistaken, BBE Sports is a reputable badminton seller, even before the existence of Taobao. cmiiw
    Actually,the higher the number of crowns, diamonds or heart doesn't mean that the seller sells authentic items. I suggest you buy from 天猫 which the items are guarantee authentic. Buying from BBE sports is also a optional choice.

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    Default BS 12 blue

    As there is no blue BS 12 in Singapore now, will buy one from 天猫

    Thanks bro . since you say 天猫 bs 12 blue is real , so I will buy from 天猫 .

    Thanks...
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    I just place an order for BS blue 12 3U from 天猫.

    As my friend warn me , buying from china , the things are fake. hope 天猫 will not disappoint me when the racket arrive.. It cost S$170, excluding Freight charges...

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    I've made comparison for 2012 and 2013 victor global chart and taiwan chart

    http://www.badmintoncentral.com/foru...al-amp-Taiwan?

    appreciate if someone care to explain the differences between these charts


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    http://www.victorind.co.kr/2013homep...w&board_no=139
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    look at wat i found! the bs12L which natsir is currently using
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    Specs are identical to BS12/N except for G6 grip size.
    But I like the blue!

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    Looks gd but wonder what does L stand for? Lite for ladies?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TeddyC View Post
    Looks gd but wonder what does L stand for? Lite for ladies?
    Yes, I confirmed with one seller and L is for Light.. I thought is was Large. Haha

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    Light how? Weight range is the same. Only difference seems to be extra small grip size.
    I can't get over the gorgeous colour scheme!

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    I think it stands for 'Ladies' as opposed to 'Light'. They have smaller hands?

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    emm..same spec just with different grip?

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    I read somewhere that it was 4U only...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mendell View Post
    I read somewhere that it was 4U only...
    Click the link above the picture and it shows you the official specs.

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    Although BS12 and BS12L share the same specs, I wonder whether the balance point of BS12L would be higher or not ?

    considering BS12L has smaller grip (G6), then hopefully the swing weight would also be greater compared to BS12.

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    Reducing weight at any point will never make a racket heavier, just like adding weight at any point will not make it faster.
    Getting a higher BP by shaving off weight at the grip will result in a marginally smaller head weight (basically the same) - the frame remains unchanged. The thinner grip might fool you into thinking it's more head heavy as you might find it harder to grip. That's why many think their racket is head heavier when they take off a grip - you're just making it harder on your fingers to grip the racket tightly and confuse that with the racket being heavier.

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