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 Post subject: Andro Temper tech ALL+
PostPosted: 19 Jun 2019, 08:01 
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Hello, Andro Temper tech ALL+ is often recommended as a universal all round or beginner blade. Is there somebody who use this blade? I have two questions:

- Is the looping really OK with this stiffer blade (for example due to hinoki outer ply)?

- I have read somewhere that the flared handle of this particular model is thinner then on other Andro blades. Is it true or not? Can anybody measure the FL handle size of this blade? I like the low weight of this blade but I don't like small handles.

All other information about this model are welcome!


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PostPosted: 22 Jun 2019, 04:11 
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You're probably over-thinking things. If it's ALL+, and it's recommended as a beginner's blade I'm sure it'll be fine for looping. :lol: If I recall correctly this is one of those "baked" blades - quite a few manufacturers have baked blades for sale, or have had them in the past. As I recall, baking makes the blades lighter and crisper. (One day I'll bake one of my M8s to see what will happen...) Hinoki actually makes a bat feel softer, I think, rather than "stiffer".

For what it's worth there's some reviews here:

https://revspin.net/blade/andro-temper- ... -plus.html

And I've also found it's been discontinued, though you can probably find the odd one here or there. Megaspin does have the OFF- version of the blade for sale, but that's all I've found with a cursory search. If you can find one, tell US what you think.. :lol:


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Tried one a couple of years ago I think with anatomic handle.

Never really liked it as it felt a bit soft with poor feedback and balance was bit head heavy with double inverted. Quite quick though and good for looping.

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