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PostPosted: 25 Apr 2012, 19:51 
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Hello guys Im just interested to this blade Tibhar CO S 3 Defensive
http://www.affordablett.com.au/shop/product_info.php?products_id=1521&osCsid=50f23be6c68b1458e0a7291ec66da03c

has anyone tried it? how slow it is compared with other defensive blade currently I have 3 defensive blade in my list and gonna
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1. Innershield
2. Andro Fibercomp
3. Tibhar CO S 3 Defensive


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First... There are 2 different Tibhar CO S 3 Defensive.
One is smaller than the other.
I have this one
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But you can also get this one.
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I don't know if it is only the size that is different

I think it is very slow blade, but very nice blade.. And cheap.. :cash:

Fibercomp is maybe def+ all-.
So if you want a slow you go for cos3 and
a faster one Fibercomp...

I haven't tried innershield...


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PostPosted: 26 Apr 2012, 04:15 
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thank u for your fast reply friend if there are two blade and one is smaller which one is smaller and what about vibration i choose this blade if you say it is much slower thats what i am looking for


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Just following up on this discussion. Is the new Tibhar CO-S-3 exactly like the original CO-S-3 only bigger?

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PostPosted: 27 Jul 2012, 09:25 
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mynamenotbob wrote:
Just following up on this discussion. Is the new Tibhar CO-S-3 exactly like the original CO-S-3 only bigger?

Answering my own question, I've been informed by Tibhar that the new version is "identical" only larger.

Old size: 150 (wide) x 154 (long)
New size: 155 (wide) x 165 (long)

This is a slow, high control, 3-ply blade that is rather great for ox long pips and hardbat rubbers. My only complaint was it was too small, so this updated version addresses that issue. The other thing I noticed was that http://www.tabletennis11.com is selling this blade for $21.28 (€17.33), which is a spectacularly great bargain. It may not quite be an RE-Impact Perfect, but anyone who wants to put together an outstanding ox pips-out rig on the cheap really need look no further.

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just to clarify, is this a symmetric blade?

it almost appears that the outer veneers could be different

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PostPosted: 27 Jul 2012, 11:57 
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the_theologian wrote:
just to clarify, is this a symmetric blade?

it almost appears that the outer veneers could be different

Looks weird in this photo, but yes the CO-S-3 is supposed to be symmetric.

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ok thanks... i might grab one for hardbat

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ok thanks... i might grab one for hardbat

The small one works great with Dr. Evil. I have a big one on order. :up:

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This is among the slowest blades I
have ever tried. Great value for the money.
Low speed and high control is the name
of this blade.

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Got my "next generation" Tibhar CO-S-3 blade from tabletennis11.com today. It's a beauty. 83 grams. Plays fantastic.

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mynamenotbob wrote:
Got my "next generation" Tibhar CO-S-3 blade from tabletennis11.com today. It's a beauty. 83 grams. Plays fantastic.


good to hear... i've got two in the mail

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