Tibhar Felix Lebrun Hyper Carbon

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I have seen very few reviews about this blade and of course, Felix is on uprising so I would like to give it a try.
This first post is not review but kind of pictures for you guys as I will have time to test next week.
Recently I have been using mostly Limba such as Andro Synthetic VCI , Tibhar Cedric Nuytinck.

On the bare blade 87g , it gives soft feel with a bit bouncier than my expectation.
I will use same rubber setup as I use it on Cedric which is Bloom Power and Rhyzen ZGR.
Anyhow , let’s see some further update when I have time to test next week.
 

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I have a session training with my partner who has been practicing for years , so we know each other very well.
I have to say this blade has many gears and it has all control, spin ,power.
Still I haven’t familiar with blade angle sometimes when I step away and I hit with open angle the ball fly out ,sometimes I hit with close angle the ball hit the net. But I know that the control in this blade is quite high despite it’s quite speedy and spiny.

Compare with others, I have to say that I play with more than 10 Viscaria and 5 with Fan Zhendong Alc and 3 Fan Zhendong super Alc.
Viscaria : The speed of Felix is more faster but with more softer feeling and friendly user.
Fan Zhendong Super Alc : I think Fsalc is faster and with more direct trajectory than Felix.

Well this is first review for the time being and I will update again later.
 

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I have some update.
When I practice with chopper with the rubber setup I review.
I find this blade has lower throw and shorter trajectory because the same rubber used on VCI and Cedric before and I have no problem lifting back spin from chopper at all.
But when I use Felix it is difficult for me to lift heavy back spin from my parter.
 
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I have seen very few reviews about this blade and of course, Felix is on uprising so I would like to give it a try.
This first post is not review but kind of pictures for you guys as I will have time to test next week.
Recently I have been using mostly Limba such as Andro Synthetic VCI , Tibhar Cedric Nuytinck.

On the bare blade 87g , it gives soft feel with a bit bouncier than my expectation.
I will use same rubber setup as I use it on Cedric which is Bloom Power and Rhyzen ZGR.
Anyhow , let’s see some further update when I have time to test next week.
Hi Thank you for the pics..
i also own Tibhar Felix Lebrun and frankly i dont like it much as it is too bouncy for my liking.
I recently saw offer of Tibhar Cedric ZC . I saw that you are playing with it. Could you please put some review on it.
I am currently playing with Nittaku Acoustic Inner carbon and looking for bit faster set up and i really like Cedric ZC as i prefer thinner blade. Is Cedric too fast and bouncy? I dont play flat hit and generally like to play close to table and mid distance.
Please let me know if Tibhar cedric will suit my game. Also how is the handle compare to innerforce alc?
 
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Hi Thank you for the pics..
i also own Tibhar Felix Lebrun and frankly i dont like it much as it is too bouncy for my liking.
I recently saw offer of Tibhar Cedric ZC . I saw that you are playing with it. Could you please put some review on it.
I am currently playing with Nittaku Acoustic Inner carbon and looking for bit faster set up and i really like Cedric ZC as i prefer thinner blade. Is Cedric too fast and bouncy? I dont play flat hit and generally like to play close to table and mid distance.
Please let me know if Tibhar cedric will suit my game. Also how is the handle compare to innerforce alc?
I play a Nuytinck ZC and it’s fast but not too bouncy, it has good balance between speed and control. I used to play with Shang kun AC (Innerforce type) and with the change I got a blade that is more linear, a bit less but still very good control, but at the same time it has more power when needed, and it’s much easier to activate it. With SK AC I would need a bigger swing most of the time, or a faster ball from the opponent to accelerate the ball beyond the blade capabilities.

To me Nuytinck feels perfect to play a looping game close and mid distance, when looping slow it goes with a lot of spin, when power looping it goes in a straight line very tough to the opponent’s.
 
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