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      If you want less speed, I'm sure AZXi will not be the right blade. Your current blade is all wood 5 ply, rated All+ to Off- depending on weight. Even the with innerlayer carbon the AZXi is still way faster.
      If you really want to step down and stay with Stiga and try some carbon - Stiga Allround classic carbon. Alternatives are Gewo Aruna All+ Carbon or Arbalest Bogen.

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      Wondering are there any Pros actually using these blades ? I know I read somewhere someone is using the handle but thats about it :\

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      Quote Originally Posted by vossi39 View Post
      if you want less speed, i'm sure azxi will not be the right blade. Your current blade is all wood 5 ply, rated all+ to off- depending on weight. Even the with innerlayer carbon the azxi is still way faster.
      If you really want to step down and stay with stiga and try some carbon - stiga allround classic carbon. Alternatives are gewo aruna all+ carbon or arbalest bogen.
      thanks

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      Hi, I think construction of azxi is limba,ayous,alc/zlc,ayous. What do you think friends?

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      Quote Originally Posted by JustANoob View Post
      Wondering are there any Pros actually using these blades ? I know I read somewhere someone is using the handle but thats about it :\
      Jeoung Youngsik claims to use the AZX. He played really well in the German Open recently. (He made it to the semi final).

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      Hi, core of AZXi is 1000/100 ayous:Click image for larger version. 

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      I like it, will try soon. Wonder of structure of new xiom alx deep impact ... ofcourse and price .

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      I dont think he actually uses the AZX. He is just using the handle.

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      Is there any difference in the either side of the AZXi and the Stardivarius blade? Currently I use Vega Europe DF on my stradivarius but was curious if this would be any different. My backhand is far stronger than my forehand which is why I am interested in this blade.

      Any advise is greatly appreciated.

      Thanks

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      Its good blade
      Last edited by Konrad Bak; 09-19-2020 at 11:31 PM.

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      Quote Originally Posted by mikeyjm26 View Post
      Is there any difference in the either side of the AZXi and the Stardivarius blade? Currently I use Vega Europe DF on my stradivarius but was curious if this would be any different. My backhand is far stronger than my forehand which is why I am interested in this blade.

      Any advise is greatly appreciated.

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      Yes. Stradi has 2nd layer composite while azxi has 3rd layer composite.. Azxi has more control.

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      Quote Originally Posted by mikeyjm26 View Post
      Is there any difference in the either side of the AZXi and the Stardivarius blade? Currently I use Vega Europe DF on my stradivarius but was curious if this would be any different. My backhand is far stronger than my forehand which is why I am interested in this blade.

      Any advise is greatly appreciated.

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      Quote Originally Posted by neon View Post
      Hi, core of AZXi is 1000/100 ayous:Click image for larger version. 

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      This is correct and my post needed correction. I never bothered to update the composition wince they do not want the compositin revealed totally.

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      Quote Originally Posted by yogi_bear View Post
      This is correct and my post needed correction. I never bothered to update the composition wince they do not want the compositin revealed totally.
      Why is that?
      People who could not make the difference would never care. People who can make the difference would do it anyway.
      And its not a matter of "secrets", but misleading.
      If you don't reveal, its a secret.
      But if you use wrong names, its just a lie.

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      Quote Originally Posted by langel View Post
      Why is that?
      People who could not make the difference would never care. People who can make the difference would do it anyway.
      And its not a matter of "secrets", but misleading.
      If you don't reveal, its a secret.
      But if you use wrong names, its just a lie.
      Because if they made it too "objective", people will realize that its not much different from what's out there already. Novelty sells, and installing the idea that an asymmetrical blade will be perfect for both forehand and backhand will allow people to build upon it with their own confirmation biases.

      I'm still waiting for the day standardized objective measurements become acceptable in table tennis equipment as other sports/hobbies. Although I'd guess manufacturers would try to delay that as long as possible.

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      Quote Originally Posted by yogi_bear View Post
      Yes. Stradi has 2nd layer composite while azxi has 3rd layer composite.. Azxi has more control.
      Thanks for the reply yogi_bear. Would you say the AZXi is quicker than the Stradi? Also does it have any vibrations? I'm not a fan of vibration in a blade at all. Many thanks.

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      The 2 blades are not known for having too much vibrations. I could say the azxi is faster especially on its alc side this is only on this blade since Xiom said they made the alc faster
      Last edited by yogi_bear; 12-23-2019 at 10:47 AM.

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      Quote Originally Posted by yogi_bear View Post
      The 2 blades are not known for having too much vibrations. I could say the azxi is faster especially on its alc side this is only on this blade since Xiom said they made the alc faster
      Thanks for confirming that. If only it wasn't Christmas I might have been able to have the bat for the weekend lol

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      Has anyone measured frequency of those blades?

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      its great quality.
      its ok.
      i dont feel unbalanced weight

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      Azxi
      I love handle and printing
      I love alc feeling with my victas double extra 402
      I love quality of this blade because this limba has awesome quality
      I love this dead puk feeling and slower side of zlc.
      This is my personal favourite since michael maze alc
      I think perfect rubber combination is
      Hard stiff rubber with high throw on alc
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      Slower more springy with medium throw side on zlc
      Cons:
      I find this alc/zlc is pre-coated with some lacquer and the throw of alc is low + speed is fast no lie
      so I cheer up the surface of alc (bye prints) and surface has still quality to not chipping but the throw is little bit higher.
      I use gewo hydrotec because this is the best glue to not damage the surface.
      I really like this side but of course without the adjustments maybe the alc throw would be problematic

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