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PostPosted: 18 May 2019, 04:26 
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MogamboX080 wrote:
Japsican wrote:
I think the VKM is a great blade, but I'm currently in love with my TSP Balsa Def, which is weird because I hate balsa! (But I'm also playing double inverted defense these days).


I used to play double inverted defense too(about a 2 years ago). It was before my coach realised I was better with defense than with attack. I had an off setup back then. I used the stiga calibra on fh and the yasaka mark v on bh on the stiga all round classic wrb.

If u really want to play double inverted defense(cuz lp defense is way more easier and controllable), I recommend u to use yasaka mark v on bh. It seems like a beginner's rubber but provides a lot of spin and control and also is not so slow. It does deteriorate after short periods of time (after about 3-4 months) but is also very cheap... :)

Nah, I use Xiom Vega Europe in 1.8mm on the BH. It's perfect!

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tzifos wrote:
You can try the Yinhe 980 that you can get for about 20~21$ from aliexpress stores. It is like a BTY JooSeHyuk blade but a litle less fast and not so stiff. I find it better than my Donic DefPlay Senso.
BTW just tried 980 as a replacement for JSH. Too far different.

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artem.tamazov wrote:
tzifos wrote:
You can try the Yinhe 980 that you can get for about 20~21$ from aliexpress stores. It is like a BTY JooSeHyuk blade but a litle less fast and not so stiff. I find it better than my Donic DefPlay Senso.
BTW just tried 980 as a replacement for JSH. Too far different.

Yeah, I have (head reduced) 980 and it's quite different from JSH. Joola Chen Weixing blade is "little less fast and not so stiff" compared to JSH.


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My view on this when it comes to speed:
Diode V > JSH > VKM > 980 (I've got 980XX but I think is the same as the standard 980)

The jump between the JSH and VKM is quite dramatic when looping. I normally have issues with T05 but can quite safely loop with T05 max on the VKM but the balls quite often fly 20-30cm too long with the JSH.

Haven't tried the Joola blade is they're quite hard to get locally here.


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mart1nandersson wrote:
My view on this when it comes to speed:
Diode V > JSH > VKM > 980 (I've got 980XX but I think is the same as the standard 980)

The jump between the JSH and VKM is quite dramatic when looping. I normally have issues with T05 but can quite safely loop with T05 max on the VKM but the balls quite often fly 20-30cm too long with the JSH.

Haven't tried the Joola blade is they're quite hard to get locally here.

I'm surprised you think the Diode V is quicker than the JSH.


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PostPosted: 04 Dec 2019, 19:12 
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ridderz65 wrote:
mart1nandersson wrote:
My view on this when it comes to speed:
Diode V > JSH > VKM > 980 (I've got 980XX but I think is the same as the standard 980)

The jump between the JSH and VKM is quite dramatic when looping. I normally have issues with T05 but can quite safely loop with T05 max on the VKM but the balls quite often fly 20-30cm too long with the JSH.

Haven't tried the Joola blade is they're quite hard to get locally here.

I'm surprised you think the Diode V is quicker than the JSH.


I have the JSH and Diode V at the same weight (94g) and my perception is that the Diode has a bit more flex which for me results in a much faster FH inverted side. Especially when looping at max effort.

The JSH is a (tiny) bit faster when chopping which to me is a bad thing as I loose control.

They're quite similar blades.


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