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    Quote Originally Posted by Nauroa View Post
    I got a BS09 and BS12 as well. The BS12 plays a little better for me. Really been thinking about trying the BS10 though. What was it that made BS10 your favorite?
    It's noticeably stiffer and quicker than the BS09 and 12. The fact that it's stiffer makes it more reliable for me, because I always have very good control over the racket head. That it's quicker than the other Braveswords makes it a bit better at the net, although I think it takes better technique and a bit more effort to put pressure on a shot than with the BS09.
    My smashes can be a bit better with the BS10 if I put in the effort, and clears are easier. Somehow a BS10 with a 28lbs NBG98 feels very much alive, whereas other rackets with such tension can be a bit limiting.
    In singles, I rarely have problems putting the shuttle where I want - only smashes, backhand clears and at times crosscourt net shots can pose a bit of a problem; the racket feels just a tad too light at the net sometimes. On the other hand, I think no racket will ever be or feel perfect - there's always a weakness and a trade-off somewhere (i.e. a head heavier racket will be more powerful, but take more effort to wield and weaken the defense).

    If you can, try out the BS11 and 10 simultaneously - the BS11 will be a bit closer to the 09 and 12 (more head-heavy than the BS10 and not as stiff).

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    Just recieved my Victor MX80 strung at 27lbs with BG-80!

    Can't wait to try this bad boy out!

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    LYD was played superb again den team. keep it up. i want to see u in final.

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    Quote Originally Posted by samsudd_s View Post
    hey jackie, agreed with u that BS10 is really good racket in BS series...i had got BS09 to BS12, but end up only BS10 will be my favorite go-to.
    not sure what happen if victor discontinue BS10 soon or later..need to get spare myself.
    i think this is why BS10 is the most expensive BS series.. btw, did u notice that they have the new color scheme in BS10? i like the old one though..

    Quote Originally Posted by shaz` View Post
    Just recieved my Victor MX80 strung at 27lbs with BG-80!

    Can't wait to try this bad boy out!
    please give review about it

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    Quote Originally Posted by 57.Christ View Post
    i think this is why BS10 is the most expensive BS series.. btw, did u notice that they have the new color scheme in BS10? i like the old one though..


    please give review about it
    In Germany, it is the cheapest, same as the BS09. Before that, it was always as expensive or slightly cheaper than the BS11, which was the most expensive - not it's the BS12, which plays only marginally better than the BS09 yet costs nearly twice as much. At least that's true for me.

    I didn't notice any new color scheme, but I think that's because Victor Germany didn't get any of those. We're kinda second priority here - Bumblebee rackets weren't available at all, and all new rackets or clothes are delayed like 4-6 months compared to Asia (or rather HK online stores).

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    The SW35 is still the go to racket for me. I don't know what it is, just the SW35 has something that others don't, I can't pin point what it is though.

    I've kept the same racket as a go to for 18 months now, this must be a record for me...

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    yup... i also previously own 1 of this 4 digits model of sw3250...
    Quote Originally Posted by fiish View Post
    Recently I have seen on Victor's (Taiwan) website and some Malaysian webshops models that don't seem to have much discussion, like the Super Waves 310, 320, 3150, are these simply cheaper versions of the 2-digit SW series?

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    Quote Originally Posted by j4ckie View Post
    In Germany, it is the cheapest, same as the BS09. Before that, it was always as expensive or slightly cheaper than the BS11, which was the most expensive - not it's the BS12, which plays only marginally better than the BS09 yet costs nearly twice as much. At least that's true for me.

    I didn't notice any new color scheme, but I think that's because Victor Germany didn't get any of those. We're kinda second priority here - Bumblebee rackets weren't available at all, and all new rackets or clothes are delayed like 4-6 months compared to Asia (or rather HK online stores).
    if i'm not mistaken, the old one was black-dove and white right?
    the new one ( the one that i tried ) was dark grey-metallic and white..

    even in Taiwan i only found 1 racket so far.. and that racket even being put at the most back and looks kinda dirty.. probably just a leftover

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    Quote Originally Posted by 57.Christ View Post
    if i'm not mistaken, the old one was black-dove and white right?
    the new one ( the one that i tried ) was dark grey-metallic and white..

    even in Taiwan i only found 1 racket so far.. and that racket even being put at the most back and looks kinda dirty.. probably just a leftover
    i had found no new color scheme here..it's just the word 'Brave Sword' replace by 'Sword' and 'Head Square' dissapeared....the dark grey mettalic, white still maintained. But i must say that this new version BS10/BS11 improved on the hologram paint a lot better...kudos.

    Jackie, BS10/11/12 selling here is at the same price tag...BS09/SW35/36/37 is put under same tag price but cheaper....and Yes, i can feel u towards BS10/BS11...they are more stiffer and quicker than BS09/BS12...my secondary favorite is BS11, when i need more flexier and head heavier to play as opposed to BS10.

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    Quote Originally Posted by samsudd_s View Post
    i had found no new color scheme here..it's just the word 'Brave Sword' replace by 'Sword' and 'Head Square' dissapeared....the dark grey mettalic, white still maintained. But i must say that this new version BS10/BS11 improved on the hologram paint a lot better...kudos.

    Jackie, BS10/11/12 selling here is at the same price tag...BS09/SW35/36/37 is put under same tag price but cheaper....and Yes, i can feel u towards BS10/BS11...they are more stiffer and quicker than BS09/BS12...my secondary favorite is BS11, when i need more flexier and head heavier to play as opposed to BS10.
    Interesting. Here, most older models (BS09, BS10, SW35) are noticeably cheaper, with the rest being roughly the same price. I believe the Meteor could be a bit more expensive, but I didn't check yet. My usual shop just e-mailed me about my last order and mentioned it's now available here.
    I'd like to get one or two BS11s as back-ups, but money is kinda tight for now and I'm probably better off getting a third BS10 first to prepare for bad days and winter temperatures^^

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    I'm almost tempted to get another BS11 myself. After bagging it out, I pulled it out of my bag after about 12 months of it gathering dust and kinda reminded myself why it was my go-to for a whole season.

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    Guys,

    Since Victor is a brand from Taiwan, is it cheaper to get them from Taiwan instead from M'sia? Also, can someone recommend some shops selling cheap and genuine rackets in Taiwan? Might be going there for vacation soon.

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    Hi beautiful people of Victor...I am Haniffa from Singapore. As you might have known by now that Chris of E Link Sports, Ang Mo Kio is no more the official Victor distributor in Singapore. I have already emailed Lai Cai Qin whom is the new distributor. The person said that they will start distributing in Jan 2012..Im not sure where is the shop but I will definitely update all of you guys...=)

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    Quote Originally Posted by kokmengng View Post
    Guys,Since Victor is a brand from Taiwan, is it cheaper to get them from Taiwan instead from M'sia? Also, can someone recommend some shops selling cheap and genuine rackets in Taiwan? Might be going there for vacation soon.
    As far as i know it's not cheaper in Taiwan. The company and main distributors have some sort of unwritten agreement that they won't undercut price to each other so much so affecting each other sales. But who knows, maybe members from Taiwan and Malaysia can verify this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Iffara View Post
    Hi beautiful people of Victor...I am Haniffa from Singapore. As you might have known by now that Chris of E Link Sports, Ang Mo Kio is no more the official Victor distributor in Singapore. I have already emailed Lai Cai Qin whom is the new distributor. The person said that they will start distributing in Jan 2012..Im not sure where is the shop but I will definitely update all of you guys...=)
    Thanks for the info Haniffa. What happen to Chris? Is he still running the shop or perhaps has retired??

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    Yes, to my knowledge, he's still operating the same shop. It was a matter of corporate decision. But reckon Chris will continue to be welcomed by all regular Victor supporters after so many happy years

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yoppy View Post
    As far as i know it's not cheaper in Taiwan. The company and main distributors have some sort of unwritten agreement that they won't undercut price to each other so much so affecting each other sales. But who knows, maybe members from Taiwan and Malaysia can verify this.
    As far as i know too ( i bought my racket in Taiwan ), u r right.. maybe, u can't sell it overseas, something like that?

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