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      Viscaria compared to Carbonado's

      Which of the Carbonado blades compare to the Viscaria ?

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      Probably the 145 by a long shot because they feel different.

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      Quote Originally Posted by yogi_bear View Post
      Probably the 145 by a long shot because they feel different.
      They very much do, and yet I agree this might be the best shot. I haven´t tried 90, but 190 is a lot more direct than Viscaria.

      Since Viscaria is not a straight carbon, but Arylate Carbon blade you´d be better off looking elsewhere.

      There are many great "ALC" blades around, from Tibhar Drinkhall Powerspin via GEWO Force ARC (a pretty straight copy of Boll ALC) to Donic Ovtcharov True Carbon, to name a few.

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      Hi flash. I've tried the 45, 145 and 190 and imo the 145 is the one that are coming closest to the VIS in terms of trajectory and arc. The 145 is slower and softer due to the Limba outer. Please read my review in the Equipment centre for more info.

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      Definitely OTC is superb and does better than viscaria

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      What do you mean "does better than viscaria"?

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      Definitely OTC is superb and does better than viscaria

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      the big difference between carbonado and viscaria is the big fat core.
      viscaria has kiri core, carbonado has ayous core.

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      Also the feel of koto and limba outers

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