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    Posted: 10/10/2014 at 2:33am
I got yestarday the new Avalox Blade

really nice

i will test it on Monday

hier some pictures

http://tennis-tavolo.com/threads/avalox-p900-and-ruiba-bloodwood-carbon.38784/#post-464763

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Some more close-up pictures and details here, for anyone that might be interested:

http://tabletennis-reviews.com/avalox-avx-p900-and-ruiba-bloodwood-carbon

I look forward to your review carmelomaf , I have not tried this yet, and there's very little information on it so far.

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Very nice!
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nice! Don't forget to write your opinion Smile
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Would be great to here how it feels with both the poly ball and the celluloid ball.
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Wow nice!!!! Curious about P900!
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tested yestardy and today for in sum 4 hours the p900

the blade is really awesome, more touch and controll than p500 but faster

i would say fast like p700 but with more trampoline effect that giving much more spin on your topspin

it is really impressive


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Thanks carmelomaf!

Does it feel stiffer like the P700, or more flexy like he P500?


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more like p500 
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Any more updates?

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Any other reviews? Wink
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I tried it and it has a significant trampoline effect, although the speed is not as fast 9 plies would make you think it is.  It also has a good deal of vibrations and reminds me on Hurricane Hao 656 in terms of feeling.  I would consider it a controlled OFF blade, verging on OFF-, most likely due to its surprising thinness for 9 plies (only 5.9mm).

It feels harder than the p500 and p700 and has the flexibility in between p500 and p700 (with p700 being stiff and p500 flexible).  

I think it is best suited for playing at the table - off the table it really starts to lack pace compared to my normal setup with the MLC.  It excels in blocks and drives and produces a good deal of spin because of its trampoline effect.  It may perform better off the table with Tenergy or European rubbers, chinese rubber on the forehand didn't work as well as it does with other blades mid-distance.

Edit:  also keep in mind this was tested with the new ball, I didn't try it with the celluloid.

I have a cpen one for sale in my FS thread:  http://mytabletennis.net/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=67109


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Any more review on this P900?  It's on Special at T11 Smile.
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Originally posted by mhnh007 mhnh007 wrote:

Any more review on this P900?  It's on Special at T11 Smile.

Completely agreed with SChen.  The construction is great (better than Stiga, similar to Yasaka).  I had the cpen version, using Tenergy 05.  Really impressive speed when you hit the ball well.   

It has a big trampoline effect (slow on slow shots, very fast on hard shots) and feels relatively hard (fair amount of vibration).  

I used it for about a week and realized that I still prefer blades with a solid feeling (i.e., less flexible trampoline effect).  It was just beautiful on loops, but harder for me to use with controlled blocks and drives - someone else at my club tried it out and loved it, so I think it's a matter of preference.


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Thinking of getting a p900 with t05 both sides... any more feedback??
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Could you name some solid feeling blades off?
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I ended up with the avalox ma wenge c555 with T05. But I still wonder about this P900... :)
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Originally posted by viper viper wrote:

I ended up with the avalox ma wenge c555 with T05. But I still wonder about this P900... :)

how solid feeling is c555 compared to clipper or other OFF  blades? better than p700  i think avalox blades are not the same feeling as years ago
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Some 7-pliers I tested:
- Avalox P700 (87g)
- Stiga Clipper (86g)
- Donic Persson Powerplay (86g)
- Donic Persson Seven (96g)
- DHS Power G9 (90g)

Speed: P700 > Persson Seven > Clipper > Persson Powerplay > PG9

Control: Powerplay > PG9 > Clipper > P700 > Seven

Stiffness: Seven > P700 > Clipper > Powerplay > PG9

BTW, DHS PG9 is my current blade and Powerplay is my backup.


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Where's the P900 on that list? Embarrassed


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Used Pen for P900 and clipper.
P900 (current blade, about 1 year) and
clipper (about 3 years):

Speed: P900 > clipper;
Control: P900 > clipper;
Stiffness: P900 about same as clipper;

Overall, P900's looping and pushing are significantly
better than clipper, while blocking and smashing are
very very close to clipper (clipper is slightly better).

the comparison is only for two blades I used. Due to
variation of each blade, it may not apply generally.
I suggest that one can try P900 if he plans to try
a clipper.



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I managed to find a very good condition P500 (Sriver + Coppa) for my Son (Who is 12yo), he was previously using a premade butterfly TBC402 (with yuki's).

So much dwell on the p500 but I find it a lot of effort to pay with compared to my C555. However, I believe it's good for my son to develop his game.

I've returned recently to TT after 30+ years, so I don't have much to compare with. Never hit a clipper yet.



Originally posted by bbkon bbkon wrote:

Originally posted by viper viper wrote:

I ended up with the avalox ma wenge c555 with T05. But I still wonder about this P900... :)


how solid feeling is c555 compared to clipper or other OFF  blades? better than p700  i think avalox blades are not the same feeling as years ago


Edited by viper - 08/12/2015 at 8:57am
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Originally posted by khmd khmd wrote:

Used Pen for P900 and clipper.
P900 (current blade, about 1 year) and
clipper (about 3 years):

Speed: P900 > clipper;
Control: P900 > clipper;
Stiffness: P900 about same as clipper;

Overall, P900's looping and pushing are significantly
better than clipper, while blocking and smashing are
very very close to clipper (clipper is slightly better).

the comparison is only for two blades I used. Due to
variation of each blade, it may not apply generally.
I suggest that one can try P900 if he plans to try
a clipper.




i wonder if thisblade would work with short pips since my pips play nice with YEO of a borrowed blade
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imo p700 is a better candidate due to being a much harder. But no two people are same. Comes to preference


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Originally posted by khmd khmd wrote:

Used Pen for P900 and clipper.
P900 (current blade, about 1 year) and
clipper (about 3 years):

Speed: P900 > clipper;
Control: P900 > clipper;
Stiffness: P900 about same as clipper;

Overall, P900's looping and pushing are significantly
better than clipper, while blocking and smashing are
very very close to clipper (clipper is slightly better).

the comparison is only for two blades I used. Due to
variation of each blade, it may not apply generally.
I suggest that one can try P900 if he plans to try
a clipper.





Im thinking about playing with short pips with p900 how about the flex when smashing?
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anyone have a p900 in FL for sale or trade?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote king_pong Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12/19/2015 at 2:56am
Originally posted by chronos chronos wrote:

anyone have a p900 in FL for sale or trade?


Have you played this blade yet, Chronos?
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king_pong!  hey man!

never tried it but would like to!  Great reviews here, thanks everyone for the impressions.
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Originally posted by chronos chronos wrote:

king_pong!  hey man!

never tried it but would like to!  Great reviews here, thanks everyone for the impressions.


P900 is sold out in tt11 so it must be good
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