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    Donic Ovtcharov True Carbon
    5.00 (6 reviews) Price: $110
    5.00 [5.00]Very much like Butterfly ALC blades, great ST handle
    • Round ST handle
    • weight balance
    • overall feel
    • none
    I have been exploring ST handles, and discovered I very much like rounder ST handles (as opposed to the more square ST handles found on TB-ALC, for example). Donic has the shape I like. I also hoped to find a composite blade with a feel as close to my Viscaria as possible. The Donic Ovtcharov True Carbopn out to be what I was looking for, even more so than the ZJK-ALC I had purchased earlier. The True Carbon is a little faster than my Viscaria blades, whereas the ZJK-ALC ST handle blades were a little slower. So, with plastic balls, this is the winner. Mine is 92 grams, and the handle is very slightly larger than that of my ZJK-ALC, and has no sharp angles, and it makes it very easy to change grip between FH and BH shots. The thickness is identical to the Viscaria. I don't know what the composite material is, but it looks exactly like the ALC material in Btfly blades, at least from the side of the blade.

    Build quality was perfect. I have read that this blade might be made by Soulspin. From the quality, I think that is certainly possible.

    I have been using MX-P on the blade (both sides) because I didn't want to buy two sheets of T05 for a new blade I had never tried before that I might not like. It turns out they go together really well I have played so well with this combination the last two times I played that I think I will stick with it for awhile.
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    Hey I also play the ZJK ALC and I'm not sure if I should change, do you think it would be a good addition to the blue fire m1?
    I would compare to other blades if I could, the problem is that I don't know much about other kinds of blades. I have used exclusively Butterfly ALC blades for more than a decade.
    Can you compare it to other blades please?
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