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    Cornilleau equipment

    Hi Guys, just wondering if cornilleau equipment is any good, as thinking to get an all wood blade from there as I like the all wood feel, as saw Dan's review with Can Akkuzu, and I think I would suit with his setup exactly

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    I haven’t tried their blades, but their Target Pro GT rubber is very good.

    I think their blades and rubbers are a safe purchase.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trumpet_guy
    I haven’t tried their blades, but their Target Pro GT rubber is very good.

    I think their blades and rubbers are a safe purchase.

    Ok cool yh I might try there rubbers and the blades like the Hinotec OFF or OFF-


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    No, not that good. Blade are made at the same place as Donic and Andro. Rubbers same place as all other brands basically.

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    he he he... all Euro rubbers comes out the same factory i.e., ESN.


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    The most successful Corrnilleau blades were made in Sweden-simply Impeccable. I don't really know about their rubbers but the publicly about involving Michelin engineers sounded very catchy ...at least for me

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    Unfortunately the Calderano Foco Off+ is no longer available but it was a pretty good blade with low weight ~80g, nice handle grip and good performance for around 30EUR. It was fast, stiff, had good touch... I don't know who was the OEM, most likely chinese for this money but it was great.

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    Yes. I love it and bought two of those then one of our ex A14 thied mine and bought the whole remaining stock(I guess 5) He swears by it.
    I still wonder where it is made.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zwill
    Unfortunately the Calderano Foco Off+ is no longer available but it was a pretty good blade with low weight ~80g, nice handle grip and good performance for around 30EUR. It was fast, stiff, had good touch... I don't know who was the OEM, most likely chinese for this money but it was great.

    I thought it was made in Hungary.... or Sweden ?🤔


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    I really don't know. I think China to be honest since can't imagine european labor costs cutting it for 30 EUR, especially in Sweden...
    Mine has jointless kiri core which is like crazy for 30EUR price point. I also have a Gauzy blade, it's similarly great and was also around the 30EUR price point. I believe it's remanufactured as Cornilleau Talisman while I haven't seen the Calderano Foco remanufactured under different name. It's really a pity.

    The rubbers are standard ESN rubbers, if you tried one you have seen them all.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Zwill

    I really don't know. I think China to be honest since can't imagine european labor costs cutting it for 30 EUR, especially in Sweden...
    Mine has jointless kiri core which is like crazy for 30EUR price point. I also have a Gauzy blade, it's similarly great and was also around the 30EUR price point. I believe it's remanufactured as Cornilleau Talisman while I haven't seen the Calderano Foco remanufactured under different name. It's really a pity.

    The rubbers are standard ESN rubbers, if you tried one you have seen them all.

    Yes I know I wanted to get the calderano foco or gauzy blade


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