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PostPosted: 19 Mar 2020, 20:02 
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After having experience of all the blades you mentioned above, I can definitely say that TT Master blades give me a feeling of being absolute slowest. If you can find one...
If not, then a TSP 2,5..............and...Juic Ghost


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Blade: TSP Balsa 3.5 DEF+
FH: Xiom Omega IV Asia 2.0
BH: Xiom Vega Europe 2.0/Max
Hallmark Aurora on the BH (or DEF Side). Toni Hold WS is super slow. Defplay is pretty fast actually, but is a lot slower on passive blocking than active blocking.

I think the king of slow blades is the Donier Def blade is so slow, i had a hard time chopping balls back over the net with either 1mm P-1R or DG ox. THe slowness made the throw for chops super low!

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Blade: Donic Defplay
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My experience is the neubauer barricade (almost impossible to hit or loop a winner) followed by toxic 3.


+1 on Barricade. I almost view it as a teaching tool - you need to brush the ball to make it go forward. Flat hits don't make it to the net.

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Man, this post was a blast from the past. I havent really played all that much over the past 5 years due to college but I'm trying to get back into it, although I think I chose a difficult time to do so given the whole cv situation. I have given away most of my collection so I am looking thru these options for a casual blocking setup, but I don't really like the feeling of balsa. Is the HM Strategy/Dr N Barricade the way to go to play blocking defense with the 40+ ball? I am also looking at using Bomb Talent, CK531, or other similar cheap LP.

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