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PostPosted: 08 May 2017, 00:05 
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^^2mm in red on a defplay-its transformed my game and im beating a lot of players.cut down defplay blocks and absorbs fantastic.
i would not go lower than 2mm as i should imagine that it would be too slow-i was using juic neo in 2mm-neo is excellent but the best anti is more secure and blocks better.the best anti has apparently changed and is faster than it was years ago.this was discussed at length on a german forum.it now only comes in 2 thicknesses 1.3 & 2mm i think.
butterfly grubba pro (cut down)is also very good and plays like the defplay(not much in it)


Cool, well done, I used to find it quite versatile in all facets of play, I liked the fact that I could attack well with it!

Downside, increased weight on my blade!!!

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Blade: XIOM RSM Athena Platinum
FH: MAX DMS Transformer Anti,
BH: Tenergy 25 Max, Boosted
^its very good for attacking but poor when flipping to f/h.you can flip with the neo though.
what blade did you use.i think it would be good on all plus and off blades as its slow.
its also a soft anti and decent for chopping.i cant get away with hard antis as they dont give feel/touch.

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peterpong wrote:
^its very good for attacking but poor when flipping to f/h.you can flip with the neo though.
what blade did you use.i think it would be good on all plus and off blades as its slow.
its also a soft anti and decent for chopping.i cant get away with hard antis as they dont give feel/touch.


It's a long time ago now, but helped me to transition to lp ox!

Yes it was slow in 2.00 mm, I still have new sheets left over, I believe I used it on an Andro Orion, a lovely allround wood blade, worked reallly well V the 38mm ball, I'll have to check my notes in a few weeks time when I get home!!

I also tried Armstrong New Anti and found this as good if not slightly even better for spin manipulation!
Maybe the Neo is like this too, as I could use on fh also!!

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