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PostPosted: 21 Oct 2019, 20:01 
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Thanks for the review! I found it interesting to watch and actually useful.
One question: did you try both black red and black sheets of Wyvern? did you notice any difference between them?


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It was noticeable how much easier he seemed to be able block heavy fast topspin with the 1.8mm compared to 2mm. Not really any disruption though but maybe 1.5mm will be better in this regard. Pity they did not show any chop strokes or the 2mm on the FH which would have been if more interest to many amateurs.


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ChasFox wrote:
It was noticeable how much easier he seemed to be able block heavy fast topspin with the 1.8mm compared to 2mm. Not really any disruption though but maybe 1.5mm will be better in this regard. Pity they did not show any chop strokes or the 2mm on the FH which would have been if more interest to many amateurs.

They did say that 2.0 mm was designed to be used on the FH.


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