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      Quote Originally Posted by NextLevel View Post
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      ???? Noted.

      So Drinkhall offensive with Q5 VIP vs Powerwood with Vega Pro/Vega Eu ?

      Similar price. Any opinions ?

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      impressed! Great review once again, love it!!

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      Quote Originally Posted by Mar5kid View Post
      ???? Noted.

      So Drinkhall offensive with Q5 VIP vs Powerwood with Vega Pro/Vega Eu ?

      Similar price. Any opinions ?
      5Q VIP is harder than Vega Europe, but softer than Vega Pro. If you like spinning the ball on both wings and do that equally well, go with 5Q. If your BH is weaker than your FH (or vice versa), go with the Vegas.

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      Paul is using his carbon blade in a league match in France


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      Just order the drinkhall allround. Can't wait to get it in. I have been wanting a sold all blade to match up a nice spin set up. My main blade has been a power wood which I just chipped on the table. I will replace it but I was also wondering about the difference between the power wood and drinkhall offensive classic.


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      Hi Dan / Paul,
      I assume you wouldn't recommend the MX-P rubbers on either of these blades in reality for the beginner/intermediate player?
      Maybe wait for the Carbon review for that combo.
      Other Evolution rubbers possibly better suited to these wood blades.

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      Tibhar Drinkhall Allround & Offensive Classic Blade Review

      I was also wondering if any one knew the wood make up and how thick this blade is. And maybe a ballpark flex and stiffness ratio. I may have missed it but I did not see that listed anywhere.

      Thank you,

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      The dirnkhall allround is a nice blade btw. I have only played to twice now but so far it feels great. Well done!


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      what are the plies of the offensive classic? I only caught that it is made of "ayous and harder plies".

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