Brave Sword 10 Review

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  1. Mendell

    Mendell Regular Member

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    When you'll get used to it and be able to bend the shaft, you will have more power than with the MX60.
     
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    hi there i just joined this forum.
    Does anyone know where shops in Jakarta sell Victor rackets. I am very interested to thid racket. And could anyone tell me the price of this racket in rupiah?? Thx
     
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    Is there any racket close to exactly like BS 10 4U? I'm looking for the sword frame with the same stiffness and balance point
     
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    They discontinue them, but they will later repaint the same exact spec bs10 and rename it to trick people to buy new rackets. Even though the racket is exactly the same thing in term of weight, stiffness, and BP.

    Same thing with At900 > Voltric 80
     
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    No idea how that logic comes about. VT80 and AT900P may be similar in specifications but I'm pretty sure the materials are not. They may cater to similar types of play styles and players who like that spec but they're certainly not the same 'repainted' thing. As for your query regarding the most similar racket ot the BS10 that's out now it would be the JS10.
     
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    What a lousy comparison! The AT line has a different feeling from the VT line. I, for one, really prefer my old AT compared to the VT line. Plus, the VT80 has a short handle and long shaft while the AT900 has a long handle with a short shaft.
     
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    I really liked the BS10. I'm glad I got it earlier this year when I did because it's been discontinued for what seems to be awhile now but some retailers still had it. If I had known it was this good, I would have bought another one. Instead, I hedged my bets and bought BS10 and BSLHI to see which one would suit me better and the BS10 came out on top so I sold BSLHI. I think I'll be sticking with BS10 for awhile. It's the racket I go to now when I want to win and I wish I had another as back up.
     
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    One shop here in Quebec City got some BS10 a few months ago. I don't know where they found them but I'm sure you could find another 1.
     
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    Buy them online in Toronto free shipping in Canada
     
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    Voltric series was a revolution from Yonex & still is. The feel & smashes feel entirely different from AT series. The material is tougher than AT series & design is more aerodinamic. This coming from former AT700 Gen 3 user.

    Though i loved using At700, still prefer Volt80 over it.
     
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    can anyone recommend me an alternative racket for BS 10 4U, please?
     
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    For me the js10 is a good replacement for bs10. Use same weight class.
     
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    Anyone ever compare BS10 vs BS11 in term of speed and power?
     
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    BS10 wins on both. But that's provided you can access the full potential of the extra stiff shaft. Otherwise the BS11 would be a friendlier choice
     
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    Thanks the review @Ch1k0 , i'll try to get BS10 now.. it looks delicious..
     
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    can someone compare BS 10 vs JS 10 vs nanoray 900 ??
     
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    I was a BS10 user for 5 years and switched to JS10 a few month ago. I can say, that I never regretted my decision. I can tell you following: You need to adjust your swing to get the JS10 full potential. It should be compact and fast with some finger power and wrist. If you get it, you will love it. I came from 2 3U BS10 and switched to 2 4U JS10. I played MS, XD and MD with it and to me it is really allround and nearly perfect. The only thing is, that BS10 had a nicer feel and feedback.
     
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    does it punch up more punch than bs10 and faster swings speed because of the smaller frame and the shark tec ??
     
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    is it worth it do buy a 116 dollar 3u2g us code 2nd batch bs10 vs 150-200 dollar 4u js 10 ???
     
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    Primary I play XD and MD, rarely MS. IMO JS10 is quicker. It doesn't swing faster than a 3U BS10, but I recovers pretty quick. FME defence, drives and fast pace games are a breeze with it. I would rate it better than BS10 3U. Attacking and counter attacking is really stunning. It has the same power of BS10, maybe a bit more, it is a tiny bit more flex, but just a tiny bit. It really shines at the net, so I call it the perfect allrounder. I changed my swing to more compact, play a lot shot with the wrist and finger power, but I was always a type of player who don't had a big swing. I would call JS10 the king of stick smash. It's really great. Never played a 4U BS10, but I think that they will be pretty close. JS10 is a really strange racket. Underhand strokes feel like playing with a head light, anything of overhead feels and bangs like a ZF 4U on a diet. I can't say if it's worth the money extra, maybe you feel different, but mostly my BS10 stay in the bag, if I play serious games with my partners and the singles..
     

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