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      Donic waldner senso carbon

      I've been told that this blade, dwsc give a great feedback and the feeling is good.. large sweetspot

      Anyone who have experienced with this blade?

      And can you compared to xiom offensive s in terms control, sweetspot and etc



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      Anyone?

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      Waldner senso carbon has a somewhat bigger sweetspot due to the carbon layers however back when the ball was at 40mm, the blade was not that fast probably at off speed only and not at off+. It should be a little faster than offensive s.
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      Quote Originally Posted by yogi_bear View Post
      Waldner senso carbon has a somewhat bigger sweetspot due to the carbon lahers however back when the ball was at 40mm, the blade was not that fast probably at off speed only and not at off+. It should be a little faster than offensive s.
      Thanks yogi

      It's still worth to play with dwsc nowadays? I tend to get a big sweetspot in a range of that price

      I just like to feel the ball more, but suits for my rakza 7/dna m



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      The wsc is a good blade but feels a little hollow. Played with it for a long time. Nothing wrong with that if that's what you like.

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      I had this blade. It very nice blade with good control and enough speed

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      Quote Originally Posted by adni361 View Post
      Thanks yogi

      It's still worth to play with dwsc nowadays? I tend to get a big sweetspot in a range of that price

      I just like to feel the ball more, but suits for my rakza 7/dna m



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      If you need more speed, you can always get a faster rubber yet retain a good amount of control.

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      Quote Originally Posted by yogi_bear View Post
      If you need more speed, you can always get a faster rubber yet retain a good amount of control.
      What an upgrade from rakza 7 can you recommend yogi? For more speed than rakza 7..

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      Quote Originally Posted by adni361 View Post
      What an upgrade from rakza 7 can you recommend yogi? For more speed than rakza 7..

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      Rakza X. Rakza Z is so good but it is tacky and has a hard sponge 50 degrees up. If you like hard sponge then Rakza Z is the way to go.

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      Finally i bought donic senso carbon with 2 rakza 7
      Already tried couple hours

      I can say, this blade don't have a lot of feeling or big sweet spot like everyone said.. the worst i felt

      So much effort for looping, drive, slow.. etc
      The bounce of rakza 7 is like decrease

      I don't understand, really
      I never been disappointed like this

      Sanwei m8 have better feeling, control.. etc. I mean the difference is so far with this undarated blade

      Already used a lot of blade, like bty innerforce layer alc, viscaria, yinhe, dhs 301 .. etc almost always used rakza 7

      But this one disappointed me

      I just want to have blade like sanwei m8.. but better speed, more dynamic and more consistent

      I'm sure, i'm done everything right for the gluing.. used dhs no15 always





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      My friend has DWSC blade. I only tried it a few times so I can't give you a detailed review, but blade seems a bit too slow for me. It was probably a great blade for celluloid ball, but with new ball I just didn't like it. Hope this helps!

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      I tell you what, If I had that Waldner blade AND some new sheets of Rzk-7... I would be one heavy spinning hard hitting mo-fo.

      That is, if it was glued on properly. It is possible to put rubber on too soon and ruin the glue job, I did that before (even yesterday I did that for first time in over a year) and a pro coach did that once in Korea too with one of my rubbers. It can happen.
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      There is no such thing as "just like...but better".

      At least now you know what you don't like. Try to be objective and specific about the aspects that deterred you and screen your next purchase based on that.

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