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BL 5 is an excellent allround blade. Enough speed, but surely the emphasis is on feeling/"control".Hi guys, I've seen the new Andro all-wood blades from their website.. do you have some experiences with them? e.g. Timber 5/7, Gauzy BL 5/7?
So what kind of rubbers are you using with Novacell Off/S? Medium hard or hard?I have a Novacell Off/S in my collection. It is a light, tiny blade with excellent balance. It has a massive spin potential and I would call it very user friendly when it comes to any kind of spinning the ball. It possesses plenty of power to smash and finish the point, meanwhile being not so bouncy. Definitely a keeper
Well, these are good to know man. Thanks for taking time and sharing your observations.One of the main reasons I bought the Novacell(three blades) was its weight, a bit under 80g so l could use it with some heavier rubbers . On the FH I have tried Rakza Z, PK50, Rakza X, Rhyzer 50 while on the BH I had D05. All the above mentioned are anything but soft and they delivered the expected. Personally I preferred the RX and the Rhyzer . I kind a didn't like the RZ because of the very high throw achieved , although some may love it. PK50 was just perfect. Last but not least I should mention that among all my wooden (OFF) blades I had my best results with this one
I gave one of mine to an Ukrainian teenager together with Genesis 2 and VJ07 stiff and must say that it turned out to be one lovely "do it all" quite fast and spinny combination .
Of coarse I keep one (exactly 80g)for me when the All-Wood nostalgia strikes again.
Can't comment on the Timber, but must confess that I was seriously considering buying the Ligna TP OFF/S for the more speed offered