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Good morning,

Need help.

I'm a beginner and I train 4X a week. I've been playing for 5 months, my grip is classic and I'm 49 years old.
I currently play with a pre-assembled joola, but I would like to change.
Could you help me with tips on sites and equipment (blade and rubber).
I'm thinking about BY Falcima + Rozena (BH and FH)

My budget is $180.
 

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Your idea seems like a fine choice. If you go with Butterfly you have to use an authorized distributor for Brazil.
 
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Good morning,

Need help.

I'm a beginner and I train 4X a week. I've been playing for 5 months, my grip is classic and I'm 49 years old.
I currently play with a pre-assembled joola, but I would like to change.
Could you help me with tips on sites and equipment (blade and rubber).
I'm thinking about BY Falcima + Rozena (BH and FH)

My budget is $180.
Pettersen, i reccomend you to use a flexy blade with chinese rubbers, cuz it will give you the right feeling and not much speed, so you can develop the technic.

Equipment recomendation:

Budget equipment: blade Yinhe N11s with Hurricane 3 NEO 2.15mm rubbers.

or

A little pricy: blade Falcima with 2 hurricane 3 NEO 2.15mm.
 
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The Falcima is not a slow blade. Faster than a Korbel and better suited for hitting than looping (when looping hard it has a weird mushy, imprecise feeling and these loops lack much spin compared to all my other blades incl. Yasaka Ma Lin Extra Offensive and fast outer-carbon blades).
If Butterfly than I would get a not to heavy (say 87g) Primorac or Korbel. Rubbers maybe something less bouncy than the Rozenas e.g. Glayzer.

Edit: Butterfly Hadraw 5 might also work well (classic looping structure) when using tacky, Chinese rubbers.
 
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I would second the Korbel or Primorac, get the made in Japan version if it suits your budget.
These are classic good feel starter blades that will do you all the way to advancing intermediate.
Regarding rubbers the choice is endless and it depends if you want to go European on Chinese
Yasaka Rakza 7 is a great do it all rubber that is well priced. Andro Rasanter is recommended too.
I haven't tried Rozena, and don't know anyone who has tried them either so can't venture an opinion there.
If you gave me the money and told me to buy something for you it'd be:
European: Primorac with Rakza 7 for FH and Andro Rasanter for BH.
Chinese: Primorac with Yinhe Jupiter Asia 3 (39) FH and Yinhe Moon 12 (38) for BH.
 
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Thank you for the suggestion*.

You will definitely have to re-evaluate my initial project.

A doubt. Between Falcima and Hadraw 5, what do I suggest?

Should I use Rozena or Hurricane 3 Neo?

*sorry my English is not good
 
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