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PostPosted: 19 Feb 2017, 20:52 
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peterpong wrote:
Have me the time made the trouble and a few defenders in the net researched. This is the list starting with the slowest defense wood. Would give me a few comments, because with security are a few woods wrongly arranged. List can then be supplemented.

Juic Ghost
TSP Balsa 2.5
Armstrong Level Defense
Yasaka Sweeper
Nittaku Jie Shopp
Joola Toni Hold White Spot
TT Manufacture Safe
Donier Defense
Butterfly Cutlas
Butterfly Defense Alpha
Butterfly Defense X
Tibhar COS 3
Nittaku Kim Kyung Ah
TT Manufaktur Definition Progress
Stiga Tube Defense
Butterfly Grubba Pro
Xiom Aigis
Stiga Tube Defense NCT
Donic Defplay Senso V3
Joola Chen Defender
Tibhar Defense Plus
Butterfly Matsushita Pro = Butterfly Defense Pro
Butterfly Defense Pro
TT Factory Hammer & Sickle
Darker 7P-2A.DF
Andro Fibrecomp Def
Nittaku KVU
Butterfly Innershield ZLF
Victas Koji Matsushita
Butterfly Matsushita Powerdefence
Nittaku New Defense
TT-Manufactory KFD Orginal
Butterfly Matsushita Pro Alpha
Yinhe LQ-2
Joola Chen Weixing
Yinhe Shield / Arbalast Horsa
Nittaku Shake Defense
Tibhar Stratus Powerdefence
TT-Manufactory KFD Advance
Butterfly Defense III
Butterfly Matsushita Pro Special
Yinhe LQ-1
Butterfly Joo Lake Hyuk
TSP Defense Classic
Butterfly Defense II / Butterfly Defense Alpha
Nittaku Vinocello
Butterfly Diode


I've never used any of the blades in your list but this is the slowest blade I've ever used. Taico 200 DF. It was my first "proper" bat and had Joola Cava on my forehand and Goldway S396 on my backhand.



If we ever meet up under "have bat will travel" circumstances peterpong, you're welcome to try it out. I still have the S936 too.

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PostPosted: 19 Feb 2017, 23:54 
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^^Hi m8.The list was on a german table tennis forum and was of interest to me.ill pm you re meeting up etc.


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PostPosted: 20 Feb 2017, 00:06 
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OK :)

antipip who used to be active here once tried it. He used Tony Hold anti on his setup but I can't remember his blade. He thought it was slow, but not the slowest he'd used before.

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check out the normal keyboard player-hes also a keen tt player(honest)

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Had a knock with a very good spinny looper J.Neo blocked off the bounce well but the tac c was not easy to control on the f/h-i think soft hands are needed.tsp l catcher would probably be better for blocking.
may just have to rely on the b/h block when playing against this player .

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Had a knock with THWS again-neo anti & l catcher.i like this but the grubba pro feels perfect on my major shot b/h block.
i may set the second pro up with neo and l catcher.

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How does the Neoanti compare to Stiga energy absorber ?
That is the only antirubber I have tried - It is quite dead and hard and therefore difficult to use in my oponion.
Have someone tried both ?

I played the covering many years in 2 mm. It is very soft and in 2 mm about as fast as a Tackiness C 1.1 mm. This makes it ideal for turning
As far as the control is concerned, the Neo Anti is, in my opinion, unrivaled among the antis, so apart from the Tonihold (which is hardly suitable for a reasonable anti-game in my opinion).
^from german forum

The BTY Super Anti is a good "block close to the table" rubber, but it don't excels in chopping, even if it works for chopping as well. If you want anti more suited for chopping, then either Nittaku Best Anti or Juic Neo anti will work better.

Also, anti's that I have tried show up great differences between red and black, but as a generalisation I would say that black is for chopping/affecting/adding spin on your own, while red is for reversing spin/blocking.

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