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PostPosted: 31 Jan 2018, 00:48 
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I think this is the the same guy from WRM:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2gnNGGQE0Jw


Yes it is, I posted that one here :-)
viewtopic.php?f=17&t=31271&start=15

BTW, it says on your info (the on on the left, not the signature) that you are using Refelction. I hope you realize you can't say that without mentioning something about that not-yet-released anti ;) ? Anything you can reveal? REleasedate? Speed? Adapted to our worst enemy - the ABS-ball perhaps?

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Def-attack wrote:
materialspezialist wrote:
I think this is the the same guy from WRM:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2gnNGGQE0Jw


Yes it is, I posted that one here :-)
viewtopic.php?f=17&t=31271&start=15

BTW, it says on your info (the on on the left, not the signature) that you are using Refelction. I hope you realize you can't say that without mentioning something about that not-yet-released anti ;) ? Anything you can reveal? REleasedate? Speed? Adapted to our worst enemy - the ABS-ball perhaps?


Not yet but may be in a short time...

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PostPosted: 16 Oct 2018, 21:14 
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There is a new version of this anti, called Transformer Extra Slow. It is more adapted to new plastic balls (ABS I supose). It has se same sponge as their latest anti Reflection. For now it ses to be available only in 1,2 mm. According to DMS it is slower than Reflection but has a little less disruptive effect.

Here is a video with Amir demonstrating it:

https://youtu.be/dMiVTyaNV2Y

https://www.der-materialspezialist.com/ ... ::157.html

@Amir: how is it it compared to Reflection? What ball did you use in the video?

The new blade is, according to Amir, like a Revolution with carbon layers.

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PostPosted: 17 Oct 2018, 02:03 
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The DMS video introductions are looking quite improved! Lot of effects and graphics going on there!

As for the actual testing, I don't think any real anti user has a problem with blocking spinny loops. So seeing those in the video, while expected and look nice, I don't really imagine answers the questions most people want to know about. When the opponent is acting as a loop machine, the slow spinny blocks are fairly easy to do.

As a notorious EJ-monkey myself... I think DMS would also be better off putting in pips players (short and long) vs the anti spin as well. Or saying here's a no spin smasher -- look how the anti can handle dead balls or low spin balls. Here it is against LP, still able to control the ball and drop short or what have you.

Same thing when other companies put out videos on their new inverted rubbers. The looping videos don't look all that different, especially to the viewers who play a lot, most comes down to feel and that sort of aspect.

But being honest... I'll end up buying it anyway :lol: :lol:

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PostPosted: 21 Oct 2018, 06:27 
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Testing Topsheet of TF with a 1.2 sponge of Spinlord Gigant (the same that RF) on Violin and T05. Very good control, short blocks even on hard topsins and inversion. Better than Rf and ABS 2.1 for blocking. I Play with ABS Cornilleau 3 *.


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PostPosted: 23 Oct 2018, 00:21 
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I just ordered a sheet...

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PostPosted: 23 Oct 2018, 18:43 
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However the attacks are too slow on Violin. I need an another blade off or off+.


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PostPosted: 29 Oct 2018, 07:50 
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Def-attack wrote:
I just ordered a sheet...


Just mounted it on my Carbonado 90. Feels similar to Reflection but pips are wider apart and with a slightly thinner base sheet. From just bouncing the ball on the bat it feels just as slow as Reflection 1,5 mm. Very dead :) Looking forward to try it, tomorrow or the day after...

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eager to here how it goes mate-any chance of vid aswell

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Damn, she was breaking that ass down! :rofl:
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PostPosted: 30 Oct 2018, 15:51 
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Not sure what to make of my first brief test with TES. My version feels harder than my worn Reflection and also slightly faster. But spin reversal is very good, a litttle bettr than a brand new Reflection I guess. Blocks goes more straight forward, not slightly up. They also go a little longer. To me TES in 1,2 mm is a little faster than Reflection in 1,5 mm. I am not convinced yet but will do some more testing tonight...

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PostPosted: 31 Oct 2018, 02:02 
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Not sure what to make of my first brief test with TES. My version feels harder than my worn Reflection and also slightly faster. But spin reversal is very good, a litttle bettr than a brand new Reflection I guess. Blocks goes more straight forward, not slightly up. They also go a little longer. To me TES in 1,2 mm is a little faster than Reflection in 1,5 mm. I am not convinced yet but will do some more testing tonight...

well at least the throw angle is low-is it on ya fast blade.

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Damn, she was breaking that ass down! :rofl:
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Def-attack wrote:
Not sure what to make of my first brief test with TES. My version feels harder than my worn Reflection and also slightly faster. But spin reversal is very good, a litttle bettr than a brand new Reflection I guess. Blocks goes more straight forward, not slightly up. They also go a little longer. To me TES in 1,2 mm is a little faster than Reflection in 1,5 mm. I am not convinced yet but will do some more testing tonight...

well at least the throw angle is low-is it on ya fast blade.


Yes, on my Carbonado 90

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PostPosted: 31 Oct 2018, 08:07 
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First ”real” session ended. Went ok, still not sure weather to keep it or go back to Reflection 1,5 mm.

Here are a few sets, all with Stiga Perform (ABS-ball) and all with Transformer Extra Slow on Stiga Carbonado 90:

http://youtu.be/1Kw8NV8_YDE


Another set against another opponent (not well played):

http://youtu.be/13urh7YsDFo

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Def-attack wrote:
I just found these vidz with the japaneese cool fellows, even with matches
http://youtu.be/TBubJVgiAfs
http://youtu.be/3QnS8Euk9h8
http://youtu.be/_DnG0zby29Q
http://youtu.be/36uqKfKWDjU

Don't know what anti he uses here, seems to be some kind of instruction videos:

http://youtu.be/CHazS9M0LnA
http://youtu.be/pjrUc0pD93k
http://youtu.be/VexedZVe_2Q
http://youtu.be/kqwdxoZoRH0
http://youtu.be/NtKVtuhskvk
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He uses the Tibhar 幻守 (Genshu) L blade and Transformer 1.5mm combo in the bottom 5 videos as well.
If anyone really needs to know about some particular part they talk about, I can translate from Japanese :up:
And of course thanks for compiling these videos :)


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PostPosted: 10 Feb 2019, 17:17 
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univesse wrote:
If anyone really needs to know about some particular part they talk about, I can translate from Japanese :up:
And of course thanks for compiling these videos :)

Can you give a little summary or abstract of what he says?
I mean about tecnique, tips and tricks using anti ..


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