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I've summarised all the information on the Darker Sakura blade technology here, for anyone that might be interested. This bit was particularly interesting to me:

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--- The blue line represents that strong rebound occurs upon low impact and rebound not strong enough occurs upon high impact(non-symmetric performance).

--- The red line represents that weak rebound occurs upon low impact and strong rebound occurs upon high impact(symmetric performance).

True or possible, you reckon?

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If rubbers can have gears, why not blades?


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The Alba is faster and has a thickness of 6.2 but the Serio has more feel but with a thickness of 6.5 I thought thickness is linked with speed. I could be wrong. I'm guessing the Alba is like the 7p-2a with a bigger sweetspot and the Serio is the softer version. Are they based off the head size and same design as a 7p-2a, I am interested to know.

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On the info it states one-ply feeling and multi-ply power. That is a big claim by Darker but the Japanese aim for perfection so this could be true.

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They are both the same size as regular Darker blades, including the 7p-2a.

Thicker usually means stiffer and less vibration, so you'll likely feel less, but feel is very subjective.

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