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    Joola Trinity Blade (AL + ZL + C)

    Joola Trinity Blade (AL+ZL+C)

    There has not been many reviews about this blade. The carbon fibre sheet consists of both ALC and ZLC (or pbo-c). So its unlike Icecream.

    Loving it so far. Its a lot more controllable than I thought it would be. I am feeling plenty of dwell time with Fastarc G1 on FH. I am able to open up, loop, and apply pressure quite well with R47 on BH.

    Sharing this because more people need to know about these new blades by Joola.(haven't peeled the wrapping on lens/plate)
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    what blade did you had before this blade? how is the comparison between these two blades?
    thanks for sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by virtuososiu
    Joola Trinity Blade (AL+ZL+C)

    There has not been many reviews about this blade. The carbon fibre sheet consists of both ALC and ZLC (or pbo-c). So its unlike Icecream.

    Loving it so far. Its a lot more controllable than I thought it would be. I am feeling plenty of dwell time with Fastarc G1 on FH. I am able to open up, loop, and apply pressure quite well with R47 on BH.

    Sharing this because more people need to know about these new blades by Joola.(haven't peeled the wrapping on lens/plate)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Theo21
    what blade did you had before this blade? how is the comparison between these two blades?
    thanks for sharing

    I was using Tibhar SZÖCS SIGNATURE 1 for a long time. Before that, Clipper CR, Ovtcharov Senso V1, Carbonado 45, Adelie, Donic Dimitrij no1, etc...

    Compare to Szocs, Trinity has less dwell time and significantly higher speed. The control is definitely there once you get used to it. Very controllable. I am confident to do punch shots from my bh side, which is usually a good indicator for me.

    I am also going to pair it with heavier rubbers next time. The balance of the blade seems to be more towards the handle. To me, this is a good thing.

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    Hmm, after half a year I picked my Trinity up Glued D09c of FH and Rozena on BH.
    It has a really soft and rather thick limba outer ply. It really reminds me of an inner limba construction. It is rather "dull" in low power mode but due to the x3 composition on high power shots it is fast. It's fast but it maintains a really good arc.
    I really love the control it gives on defense if someone attacks first. I also love the arc it provides when you hit full power. On full power shots it just somehow puts the ball on the table, same with defense if you block passively it puts in on the table, in fact sometimes it's so fast that the opponent is caught off guard.

    I would pair it with rather fast rubbers. The D09c was rather fantastic, but I bet the Joola Dyanryz ZGR or Tibhar K2 would be equally nice.
    On BH I tried it with Rozena, which was fine, tho I whish it was a bit faster. So I'm gonna change for D64.

    If you are disgusted with dignics pricing you might wanna look at Tibhar Quantum X pro, or even at Mizuno Q series for backhand. For forhad I would not barge from D09c or K2 or similar tacky rubbers.

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    Actually I take back my comment about Rozena, it is really good with it. After more play it has sufficient speed and makes exceptional spin too, and if needed has a ton of power even from the back. Banana flicks are just great, "normal/safe" banana flicks are nasty enough, but I can feel I can give more force and it will work. I did a few of those shots and they are superb.
    If anything the blade is exceptionally good on BH side with Rozena.
    I guess the biggest issue with this blade is the pricing. ~260EUR on TT11 (or similar price at other vendors) is a hard pill to swallow if someone wants it. In my country it's only like 150EUR at the Joola dealer and for that money it is clearly better than Maze/Freitas ALC or Innerfoce ZLC. More versatile than Inner ZLC and faster than Maze ALC.
    On touch and blocks and low power shots it's probably even duller than an inneforce ZLC, which is really nice feature over the table. On open ups it still has that dull feeling which helps taming bouncy rubbers.
    On big swings the artificial layers holds the ball for long but still it has a bouncy effect on release.
    I think people who have a Chinese style of play and have very good physical body condition will like it. On the other hand very weak players might enjoy it over the table or from close due to the great touch play and a block capability that pressures the opponent a lot.
    Players who play actively but can't hit trough the soft limba will most likely not enjoy it and will find it very slow and dull. If you find an innerforce or DHS Ma Long 5 type blade dull and slow should totally avoid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zwill
    Actually I take back my comment about Rozena, it is really good with it. After more play it has sufficient speed and makes exceptional spin too, and if needed has a ton of power even from the back. Banana flicks are just great, "normal/safe" banana flicks are nasty enough, but I can feel I can give more force and it will work. I did a few of those shots and they are superb.
    If anything the blade is exceptionally good on BH side with Rozena.
    I guess the biggest issue with this blade is the pricing. ~260EUR on TT11 (or similar price at other vendors) is a hard pill to swallow if someone wants it. In my country it's only like 150EUR at the Joola dealer and for that money it is clearly better than Maze/Freitas ALC or Innerfoce ZLC. More versatile than Inner ZLC and faster than Maze ALC.
    On touch and blocks and low power shots it's probably even duller than an inneforce ZLC, which is really nice feature over the table. On open ups it still has that dull feeling which helps taming bouncy rubbers.
    On big swings the artificial layers holds the ball for long but still it has a bouncy effect on release.
    I think people who have a Chinese style of play and have very good physical body condition will like it. On the other hand very weak players might enjoy it over the table or from close due to the great touch play and a block capability that pressures the opponent a lot.
    Players who play actively but can't hit trough the soft limba will most likely not enjoy it and will find it very slow and dull. If you find an innerforce or DHS Ma Long 5 type blade dull and slow should totally avoid.
    The new Xiom TMXi would have a similar composition like Trinity I assume. TMXi = A combination of Xylium, Zephyllium, and X-Carbon (of what xiom calls) but it's an inner carbon unlike trinity. Looks like it could have better control. It's plan to sale on April 21st globally. I think it'll be the very first blade to have combine alc,zlc and carbon in inner layer structure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colin Ksh
    The new Xiom TMXi would have a similar composition like Trinity I assume. TMXi = A combination of Xylium, Zephyllium, and X-Carbon (of what xiom calls) but it's an inner carbon unlike trinity. Looks like it could have better control. It's plan to sale on April 21st globally. I think it'll be the very first blade to have combine alc,zlc and carbon in inner layer structure.

    I think it will be a flexier blade, with higher arc. From the limited pictures I saw this Xiom TMXi has ayous core, very typical construction. It should be similar to an Innerfoce ZLC blade. It will be probably better for forehand oriented players because of the flex and softness, and BH could be a bit unimpressive.
    Anyways I think it will be an easier blade to use than the Trinity, it will require less power on the FH to use well.
    But actually the Trinity already feels like an innerforce blade with that thick limba outer ply.
    I hope they won't use the handle shape of the Ice Cream blades, I find them way too thin. The FL handle of the Trinity is very nice.

    PS It's a bit funny how Xiom used the first AZC material in a Joola branded blade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zwill

    I think it will be a flexier blade, with higher arc. From the limited pictures I saw this Xiom TMXi has ayous core, very typical construction. It should be similar to an Innerfoce ZLC blade. It will be probably better for forehand oriented players because of the flex and softness, and BH could be a bit unimpressive.
    Anyways I think it will be an easier blade to use than the Trinity, it will require less power on the FH to use well.
    But actually the Trinity already feels like an innerforce blade with that thick limba outer ply.
    I hope they won't use the handle shape of the Ice Cream blades, I find them way too thin. The FL handle of the Trinity is very nice.

    PS It's a bit funny how Xiom used the first AZC material in a Joola branded blade.

    I'm curious of the price as well ($$). Currently it's 22,000 yen, 195,000 won respectively on each jp and korea officail websites.
    Since such hybrid composition blades are usually expensive or at least more than regular single material carbon blades basically alc(s), I think the price is gonna be high. Innercarbon blades like bty innerforce blades, long V and so on normally requires full stroke/phy strength to impart a powerful spinny shots is it so? Compare to outer layer ones like viscaria.

    P.S Still waiting for FZD's blade too lol but price is a deciding factor for me personally.
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    underatted thread how you like your trinity? I didn't try yet but has good feeling like no other
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