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 Post subject: Huieson arylate carbón
PostPosted: 11 Apr 2018, 23:03 
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Hi all, i saw some blades from Huieson like Viscaria with arylate carbon, that blade a counterfeit or a clone or similar to Viscaria someone has experience with that blade?

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Forget Huieson.. now there's a XVT!! :lol: Except this one is a "ZLC"... (Zylon? Really? :lol: )

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/XVT-ZLC ... 60590.html

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(Looks like they're copying Sanwei's catalog.... :lol: )

You can get it in ST. Kinda tempted, but at 88 grams it's a little too porky for me.

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PostPosted: 22 Jun 2018, 01:49 
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Or what about this one???? Wow... Seems a shame to cover it up with rubber... :lol:

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/XVT-Pro ... 63334.html

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You wonder why they "highly recommend using table tennis Water Glue" for this blade. Would Elmer's dissolve the epoxy? :lol:

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WTF

Carbon on the outside?
How does that play like?

Tempting.........


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PostPosted: 22 Jun 2018, 19:30 
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A bit ugly I think

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Boxersss wrote:
Carbon on the outside?
How does that play like?


I suppose we can make an educated guess. You've got the Butterfly Innerforce blades, we know what those are like (or at least, we know what they're SUPPOSED to be like by reading Butterfly's literature), and then we have the older Tamca 5000 blades, we know what THOSE are supposedly like (which is why Butterfly invented the Innerforce blades). So now you're moving the cloth layer to the OUTSIDE, which now puts Tamca 5000 in between this and Innerforce.. It'll out-Tamca 5000 the Tamca 5000 blades and be the total opposite of what Butterfly was trying to achieve with the Innerforce blades... :lol: In any case, it'd only cost you $39.20 to find out, shipping is "free".. :lol:

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A bit ugly I think


Certainly, but you know what they say these days about, say, turning 40.. (.. "is the new 30"..) :lol:

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Don't the TT rules state that the outer layer has to be wood? Wouldn't that make this bat illegal for tournament play?

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There's no such rule as far as I know. And this isn't the first blade like this I've seen mentioned. There's probably good reasons why it's not common.

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My coach's Tibhar Black Carbon also has composite on the outside. No one ever mentioned anything about outer layer, paint, varnish etc...

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iskandar taib wrote:
There's no such rule as far as I know. And this isn't the first blade like this I've seen mentioned. There's probably good reasons why it's not common.

Iskandar



Yeah, like removing your rubber will remove your carbon layers :headbang:

Probably why they suggest water glue...to be not too strong. :P

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