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PostPosted: 14 Jan 2010, 05:56 
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Blade: Timo Boll ALC ST
FH: Tibhar MXP max
BH: Tibhar FXS 1.8
I should update this review, as once you have played with a setup a few more times, your opinion can change.

In this case, I conclude that it is actually quite a bit faster than the Bt555. Why I didn't think this day 1, I don't know. Pretty much everything else stands true, hitting is fabulous and powerful at least 2-3 m from the table. Short game needs real concentration and, dare I modestly suggest this is not a beginners blade, but this is not an untamable brute of a blade, rather a fast blade with good control, given its speed.

I've glued fh 3 times and bh twice (replacing used with new rubbers and once regluing a lifted rubber) with no splinter issues.

It continues to be my new match setup, which is the most telling statement I can make.......

Timo Boll ALC ST
FH Tibhar Evolution MX-P Max
BH Tibhar Evolution FX-S 1.8


PostPosted: 14 Jan 2010, 11:43 
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Blade: Sansonov Force Pro
BH: light and fast
no splinter problems at all. the surface is very smooth. excellent finish. today i sold it to a mate and we glued few rubbers to check what he likes and still no sign of a splinter

Samsonov Force Pro
FH:H3/NProv/D05 BH:light and fast

PostPosted: 29 Mar 2010, 16:21 
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blekitt wrote:
have some of you experience with T-11 and long pimples.

Two weeks ago, on a tournament, I met someone who's playing with T-11 and Palio long pips (OX) on both sides, chop-blocking and flat hitting. He did a good job and loved the blade. Reversal was huge, on the second most of the loopers (good ones, too) didn't even get the ball into the net, it hit their own half...

Without opponent, no match.

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