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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote AMonteiro Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04/17/2013 at 11:26am
Cornilleau Gatien Origin (7 ply, walnut outers and 5.8mm)
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Ray Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04/17/2013 at 3:57pm
Originally posted by W0LovePP W0LovePP wrote:

Originally posted by Ray Ray wrote:

Yasaka Galaxya is such 7ply all-wood blade.
 
Galaxy is 6.3 mm (iruiru.com)


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"iruiru.com" <[email protected]> wrote:

Dear Sir,

Thank you for your mail.
According to YASAKA, it is 5.5mm now. So our web site is wrong.

Thank you and Best regards,

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My Yasaka Galaxya have 5.8 mm and 90g
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote TT newbie Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09/28/2021 at 11:06pm
Another vote for Persson Powerplay. 
In my opinion it´s the best 7-ply blade available. 5.9mm and weights around 82 to 90g, mine was 87g.
It plays almost like a 5-ply blade: a bit of vibration, lots of ball feel, but more power then regular 5 pliers.
it´s much softer than traditional 7-ply blades like Clipper, P700 and Xiom Extrem S.
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Yasaka Gatien Extra 7 is a thin 7-ply (discontinued). I have one (a 100g beast). It’s noticeably thinner than my Clipper WRB. 
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Originally posted by toltecus toltecus wrote:

My Yasaka Galaxya have 5.8 mm and 90g

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Nittaku Goriki (7 plies of walnut, 4.9mm)
Blade: Nblades power plant 1 ply Hinoki
FH: Rallys Redmonkey
BH: Spinlab Vortex 2
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I have Yasaka Galaxya with 5.8 mm thickness, head size 151 x158 mm, handle size 35x25 mm bottom, 28x23.2 mm middle, Limba-Ayous-Ayous-Ayous-Ayous-Ayous-Limba, 90 g

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Originally posted by Rinforzando Rinforzando wrote:

Nittaku Goriki (7 plies of walnut, 4.9mm)

Do not buy a goriki if you have not played with one!!

It is very thin. It is VERY, VERY SLOW!!!
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote stiltt Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 03/07/2024 at 10:26am
This is a thread from 2011. Is a 7-ply all wood 5.8mm or under still relevant in the age of the plastic ball (post 2014)?

I have a Nittaku Barwell Fleet (thin glass fiber behind the top ply so it's really 7+2) that is 6.1mm and nowadays, this would give the feeling looked after by the author, it is OFF-/OFF at 90g and offers a divine wooden feel without polluting vibrations. A top blade in its category.
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Originally posted by toltecus toltecus wrote:

I have Yasaka Galaxya with 5.8 mm thickness, head size 151 x158 mm, handle size 35x25 mm bottom, 28x23.2 mm middle, Limba-Ayous-Ayous-Ayous-Ayous-Ayous-Limba, 90 g

Fast stiff ,feeling?
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