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PostPosted: 07 Feb 2009, 08:41 
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I'd like to know the lightest for each technology.

I am a looper using tenergy 05 both sides so all the weight I need for momentum is in my rubbers. At first this way was badly balanced but now that head heavy has become the perfect balance.

Galaxy Limba Balsa Off Carbon T-11 I know this one is 70g and would be holding it in my hand now if my clubs computer didnt pack it in. I'm waiting for the next time the manager orders to get it. But might try getting a few blades if they are very light.

I wish I could get that tsp glass fibre blade in about 5.5, I feel thicker than that just becomes too bulky.


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Well the lightest would always be the soft Balsa blades, JUIC has quite a variety of those, and TSP, Donic and Galaxy only one that we carry...

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hagg could you be a bit more specific?

your lightest arylate carbon
name of blade:

technology:

weight:

your lightest carbon: etc.


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i dont think i am asking much at all. He has a site which lists rubber weights for example.

The best online stores for the consumer to navigate are given an option to press weight in ascending order. Or atlest have a page with all the weights listed. Megaspin paddle palace have this function

and yes i have seen every blade on his store and no they do not list the weight for all the blades.


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donic waldner black devil with two tenergy 05 is still pretty light. But there is so little dwell time, its hard to get used to it...

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i am using ishlion - the balance of dwell was perfect, for anyone who wants to hit the ball. Too many people overate soft blades because they are good at spin, sure i love easy to loop soft blades but then you cant control simple flat shots...

it feels perfect but i want to try lighter but not harder

the andro carbon light was way too hard

my ishlion is 78g so i want to experiment with lighter.

how much is the blace devil?


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The balsa blades always vary quite a but in weight, even within a batch. If you are considering Balsa I'd be happy to weight some of each type... but I felt I should ask first since you may not like balsa blade...

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as you know im waiting for steve to order the lightest t-ll youve got, i just would like to know what arylate combo you ve got, if they dont come near 70g dont worry just say i have nothing at that weight and thats all


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I don't think any of the arylate come near the 70g mark unfortunately :(

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looks like I may be giving up on my ishlion, no regrets I used it for ages and it has plenty of dings all over it with a tiny bit of loosening of the top veneer on the sides where I smack the table...

dam low close to table looping and serving.

I bought the timo alc and loved it but for its weight, but last night I gave it another go, and it really is a counter looping dream, dont expect a super finishing killer shot but expect to loop again progressively placing sidespinning looping away from the table and even at the table control oooooooozzzes from its pores compared to a straight carbon blade......

I dont need another blade for a long time.... just still looking for the spinniest rubber for serves on fh and for consistant power looping similar to tenergy but much cheaper:

Paliocj8000 come here!

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