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    Zhang Jike ZLC

    Has anyone tried Zhang Jike ZLC? Currently I'm using Koki Niwa Wood and I love it. Although in the past I used LGY ALC and liked almost everything about it, but the power from the blade. I know ZLC has more power and the wood on the Zhang Jike ZLC is Koto which is a harder/stiffer wood. I tried googling reviews on Zhang Jike ZLC, but I'm mostly getting Super ZLC. I tried the SZLC, but I don't like the speed (it's to fast). So I am wondering if anyone has tried the Zhang Jike ZLC and care to help me out if I should consider getting it or not. The reason I'm looking to switch is for more speed and safety. The rubbers I'm currently using is Victas Triple Double Extra and D05.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Player Tim
    Has anyone tried Zhang Jike ZLC? Currently I'm using Koki Niwa Wood and I love it. Although in the past I used LGY ALC and liked almost everything about it, but the power from the blade. I know ZLC has more power and the wood on the Zhang Jike ZLC is Koto which is a harder/stiffer wood. I tried googling reviews on Zhang Jike ZLC, but I'm mostly getting Super ZLC. I tried the SZLC, but I don't like the speed (it's to fast). So I am wondering if anyone has tried the Zhang Jike ZLC and care to help me out if I should consider getting it or not. The reason I'm looking to switch is for more speed and safety. The rubbers I'm currently using is Victas Triple Double Extra and D05.

    If LGY ALC is consider the softest among the ALC blades.

    If you are looking for a more powerful blade, suggest trying Timo Boll ALC which is considered the stiffest among the Butterfly ALC blades.


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    Quote Originally Posted by tt_kidz

    If LGY ALC is consider the softest among the ALC blades.

    If you are looking for a more powerful blade, suggest trying Timo Boll ALC which is considered the stiffest among the Butterfly ALC blades.

    I tried the TB ALC and I personally didn't like it. It felt softer than LGY ALC


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    Please try apolonia zlc, control and speed is OK. If you still prefer koto outer, recommend Lin yu ju SZLC.


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    Quote Originally Posted by sarayuthm

    Please try apolonia zlc, control and speed is OK. If you still prefer koto outer, recommend Lin yu ju SZLC.

    Did try the Apolonia ZLC, didn't like the vibration really. Something about it didn't seem right for my style. The LYJ SLC waayyyyyy to expensive for my wallet also to fast. My style is somewhat unique? I play close - mid distance off the bounce loops and counter game along with blocking.


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    i have timo boll zlc which is similar composition with zjk zlc. timo zlc is fast hard ,stiff and low throw compare to my past timo boll spirit. This blade is right for middistance looper and smasher. close to tabe is over power and need more control than timoboll spirit.

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