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      Posted 08-05-2016
      5.00 My review good blade
      • Controll
      • Big head (not heavy)
      • Speed
      This blade is catalogued by Buttlefly as a "Medium speed" blade, but actually, as one would expect from a T5000 blade its fast. Ok, not that fast as others T500 blades like Primorac Carbon, Schlager, etc but it still has a decent speed, a little less than Timo Boll Spirit. It has a big head but its not head heavy, it doesnt feels heavy at all, its quite soft and controllable, maybe not as good for looping like other blades but still ok (one of the best of the T5000 series) The composition is: Koto - T5000 - Ayous - T5000 - Koto

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      Posted 08-05-2016
      4.00 My review
      • Durability
      • Price
      • Roundness
      Nice ball, it has a good consistency, it's closer to the 3 star ball in performance but closer to the 1 star in price, i find it ok for training, the bad thing is the quality control, some balls aren't as round as i'd like. The durability is good, maybe not the more durable, but better than other ittf approved balls (ej donic). I think it behaves a lot like the dhs ball

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      Posted 08-05-2016
      5.00 Good tensor rubber for the price
      • Price
      • Catapult
      • Spin
      • Serves
      • Control
      • Fragile sponge
      This rubber is promoted ad an alternative to the Tenergy series. Well, it's not like Tenergy, its a tensor, but it performs very well.
      I find this rubber very fast, its very springy, has a great catapult efect so it's better to have some skills to control this rubber. The sponge is a little fragile, so you have to be carefull when you take out this rubber if you want to use it again, its very porous too. The hardness its nice, the M3 its too soft for me, the M2 sponge its just a little softer than JP2.
      The topsheet is very grippy, also fragile, it has kinda mate finish and it looks worn out soon, but it takes more time until its really worn out. The other thing about the topsheet that called my atention is that when i glued it i saw it had like little bubbles inside (just noticeable when looking in detail), i thought i made something wrong when gluing but then i saw others with the same thing (glued by people who has experience), however it doesn't affect the play at all.
      It can generate lots of spin and good speed.
      The worst part are the serves, due to the springiness its harder to make dead serves, but its still ok.
      IMO this is one of the best rubbers outhere for its price.

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