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 Post subject: Anti and blades
PostPosted: 22 Jun 2022, 05:13 
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Blade: SDC Handmade
FH: Rakza Z max
BH: Rakza 7 2.0
Hi what blade are you currently using and why?


I´m on the dr.neubauer matador texa carbon. Don´t like FH so i am

Gonna try an SDC custom with FH innerforce hinoki and BH outer alc koto.

Should give a better throw in FH


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 Post subject: Re: Anti and blades
PostPosted: 22 Jun 2022, 07:18 
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Blade: OSP Martin AC custom
FH: Donic Bluegrip C2
BH: DMS Störkraft
Hi ! I'm still using the OSP Martin AC and I'm very happy with it. For me it is the perfect compromise if you want to do heavy loop but still want excellent spin reversal with the anti.

So far so good, my conclusion is if you want good spin reversal, you must pick a stiff blade (but not necessarily hard !). Hard blade but flexible isn't the best for spin reversal.

Barna Original Triumph had amazing spin reversal as well, but it was horrible for looping :(

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 Post subject: Re: Anti and blades
PostPosted: 22 Jun 2022, 16:32 
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Blade: Nittaku bloodwood
FH: Nittaku Sieger pk50 1.8
BH: SpinLab Vortex 2 yell 1.1
Hi !

I am currently trying Nittaku Bloodwood. I found it to be nice to loop and amazing in the blocking aera.

As for the spin reversal, it is quiet decent when returning no too fast top spin. But as soon as I have to block faster top spin, the ball return quiet dead. But that may be because I bottom out the thin sponge I put on the Vortex 2. Gonna try with harder and thicker sponge to see if it's somehow different.


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 Post subject: Re: Anti and blades
PostPosted: 22 Jun 2022, 17:38 
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Blade: OSP Martin AC custom
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DnDD wrote:
Hi !

I am currently trying Nittaku Bloodwood. I found it to be nice to loop and amazing in the blocking aera.

As for the spin reversal, it is quiet decent when returning no too fast top spin. But as soon as I have to block faster top spin, the ball return quiet dead. But that may be because I bottom out the thin sponge I put on the Vortex 2. Gonna try with harder and thicker sponge to see if it's somehow different.


Definitely because the ball hit the wood because of the thin sponge and short pimples of the topsheet. I had the same pronlem, in order to avoid that you must use 2mm sponge at least.

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BH - DMS Störkraft 0.8mm

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 Post subject: Re: Anti and blades
PostPosted: 23 Jun 2022, 22:26 
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Blade: DMS Deluxe Carbon
FH: Tibhar Evolution MX-P 1.9
BH: DMS Storkraft 1.6
I have been using the DMS Deluxe Carbon blade for over a year now. I get a ton of spin reversal and it's also good for looping and blocking on the forehand side. Having the thicker sponge on the anti definitely helps against the harder loops, if it bottoms out on a thinner sponge it can get a little out of control.

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