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 Post subject: Fast blades
PostPosted: 01 Jun 2017, 23:23 
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Hi. I am interested in fast blades. I currently use donic ovtcharov carbospeed with bluefire M1 2mm. However I have damaged it a bit. They are out of stock at the moment and am struggling to decide on another blade. Needs to be solid feel, stiff, fast. Considering galaxy T1s , Xiom axelo . Any suggestions comments would be appreciated. I don't like light blades. Thanks


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 Post subject: Re: Fast blades
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monte99 wrote:
Hi. I am interested in fast blades. I currently use donic ovtcharov carbospeed with bluefire M1 2mm. However I have damaged it a bit. They are out of stock at the moment and am struggling to decide on another blade. Needs to be solid feel, stiff, fast. Considering galaxy T1s , Xiom axelo . Any suggestions comments would be appreciated. I don't like light blades. Thanks

Short question,

Spin or speed? ;)

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 Post subject: Re: Fast blades
PostPosted: 02 Jun 2017, 08:59 
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The Galaxy T1 & Xiom Axelo are two of the fastest blades on the market.

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 Post subject: Re: Fast blades
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Blade: Don Ovtcharov carbospeed
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Speed :)


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 Post subject: Re: Fast blades
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monte99 wrote:
Speed :)

Blade,

Butterfly Gergely 21
Yasaka Max Carbon 3D
DHS Wind CW-C
Friendship/729 8030
Stiga CC7

Rubber,

Yasaka Pryde 30
Yasaka Fusion
Banda Sigma
Cornilleau Pilot Power
Andro Roxon 450

Off course, they poor on looping. They are made to kill the ball and the opponent as soon as possible. ;)

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 Post subject: Re: Fast blades
PostPosted: 03 Jun 2017, 03:54 
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Sardius doesn't qualify? :lol:

(I remember the Sardius being the butt of jokes back around 1998-99, when I was last active.)

I always thought those Tamca 5000 blades were the epitomy of fast, too.. Not that I ever owned one.

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 Post subject: Re: Fast blades
PostPosted: 03 Jun 2017, 11:56 
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What about the Butterfly Power 7FL blade?? They have stamped the fastest rating on the blade

Also is anyone currently using the T-1. Is it a good blade? Is it anything like the butterfly schlager carbon?

Thanks


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 Post subject: Re: Fast blades
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For speed I'd love to try out the Stiga Carbonado 290. I hear it's a lot faster than the 190 (which I briefly tried out and liked).


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Try this combo...

Vistas Quartet Speed 1

Stiga Genesis black - for grip and extra spin

Gewo Nanoflex red - for speed and lower trajectory.

Blade is insanely fast and has a really nice feel. Sort of holds the ball a bit before catapulting it.

http://www.tabletennisdb.com/blade/vict ... speed.html

If you want a slower but still off plus blade - the Butterfly Photino is by far the best blade I've ever used for pure feel.

Produces a more loopy trajectory by far though. Swing hard and it has many gears.


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