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  1. Vodak blades come pre-sealed. That said, whatever...

    Vodak blades come pre-sealed. That said, whatever sealant they use is so thin that you probably wouldn't know it's there. I know some folks prefer their blades unsealed (either so they can seal them...
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  2. It sounds like you're an allround player and, if...

    It sounds like you're an allround player and, if that's the case, then Rakza 7 is a good option (and considerably cheaper than the Butterfly options you mentioned).
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  3. Sticky: Glad to have you join us Louis!

    Glad to have you join us Louis!
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  4. The HL V is a fair bit more expensive than the...

    The HL V is a fair bit more expensive than the Viscaria; that would explain some, but not all, of the popularity issue. Also, the Viscaria was already very popular well before ML became the superstar...
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  5. I'm just guessing here, but might it have...

    I'm just guessing here, but might it have something to do with the availability of good quality hinoki in sufficient quantities to justify Butterfly, Stiga and DHS developing and marketing blades...
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  6. I should add that, strictly speaking, the Donic...

    I should add that, strictly speaking, the Donic Persson Powerply isn't a 5-ply. It's actually a 7-ply, but the 'extra' plies are very thin foil and the blade plays more like a fairly powerful 5-ply...
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  7. OK, now we can narrow the options a bit: Xiom...

    OK, now we can narrow the options a bit:

    Xiom Offensive S
    Butterfly Primorac
    Donic Persson Powerplay
    Tibhar Stratus Powerwood

    These sound like the sort of thing you're after. Again, I'm...
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  8. I don't know the Yinhe N11S so can't comment on...

    I don't know the Yinhe N11S so can't comment on that, but good blades in the ALL+ to OFF range are plenty. Some that come to mind are:

    Xiom Offensive S
    Andro Timber 5 OFF/S
    Andro Novacell...
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  9. Keen to hear your thoughts on the MAX version vs...

    Keen to hear your thoughts on the MAX version vs 2.0mm if you have a moment to share ...
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  10. Good call! Fastarc G-1 is an outstanding rubber;...

    Good call! Fastarc G-1 is an outstanding rubber; at least as good as others double its price.
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  11. It's available from TT11. The range goes: ...

    It's available from TT11. The range goes:

    Medium (1.4mm)
    Thick (1.8mm)
    Super-thick (2mm)
    Max (2.15mm)

    Like Yoass I've also been hesitant to try the new Max. The regular 2.0mm version is...
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  12. Well, I'm certainly not an expert in...

    Well, I'm certainly not an expert in Chinese-style rubbers, but I don't think Xiom Vega X is in that category. Did you perhaps mean Xiom Vega China, or Xiom Omega VII China Guang?

    TT11 recently...
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  13. 2 fantastic points vs. Dimitri Ovtcharov!!

    In case you don't already know, WTT Doha is in progress and you can watch it all on the WTT YouTube channel.

    Check out Cho Seungmin's returns vs. the great DO in the points starting at 3:40 and at...
  14. Rakza Z?

    Rakza Z?
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  15. You'll find good info on the Carbonado series...

    You'll find good info on the Carbonado series here: https://ttgearlab.com/2019/06/10/stiga-carbonado-series-overview-lab-test/
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  16. Fast and spinny, yes - but has a very strong...

    Fast and spinny, yes - but has a very strong catapult effect.
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  17. I find it easy for blocking - but, note, only as...

    I find it easy for blocking - but, note, only as a forehand rubber. It's not bad on the BH but, to me anyway, it feels excellent on the FH and not-quite-right on the BH.

    FYI, take a look here:...
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  18. Have you tried any composite blades? Perhaps at...

    Have you tried any composite blades? Perhaps at a local club?
    If so, and if you remember what you liked and/or didn't like about them that might help give a sense of direction. That said, if your...
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  19. Here's the link: https://www.sdcttblades.com/home

    Here's the link: https://www.sdcttblades.com/home
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  20. Nittaku Fastarc G-1 might be a good option for...

    Nittaku Fastarc G-1 might be a good option for you. I think it ticks the boxes you're looking for.
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  21. UpSideDownCarl's answer is spot on: Speed comes...

    UpSideDownCarl's answer is spot on: Speed comes primarily from technique, not primarily from equipment. Using equipment that has a spin/speed balance that's appropriate to your own skill level will...
  22. I think the OP is asking which would be faster...

    I think the OP is asking which would be faster now: Tenergy (let's assume T05) or Bryce with speed glue? In other words, I don't think the question is whether T05 is faster with the current 40+ ball...
  23. https://pingsunday.com/

    https://pingsunday.com/
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  24. I see (in the latest Tibhar catalogue) there's a...

    I see (in the latest Tibhar catalogue) there's a K3 now.
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  25. This is an excellent combo and, unless your coach...

    This is an excellent combo and, unless your coach advises you otherwise, I'd stick with it for a long time. Upgrade to the max thickness when the time is right, or possibly to MXS 2.0mm if you want...
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