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    Posted: 01/20/2024 at 1:32pm
Hi! Maybe someone can review or give some thoughts on this blade?


Can you help me comparing it to an innerforce or a viscaria (i played both so would be a good way to understand more about Nuytinck ZC). 


Is Nuytinck enough faster than a innerforce type of blade? From what i read and understand it could be something like this:


- A good bit faster than innerforce alc, similar good touch (limba) in open ups and consistent in short game, not so good on passive game?


- Not so direct/crisp as Viscaria, maybe close in speed, better in feeling and short game?


But if this where the case more people would play with it no? Doesn’t seem to have that many fans in comparison with the other two blade. 


I know feeling is subjective to each player, different rubbers will get you different characteristics on each blade etc. But in a vacuum, could Nuytinck ZC be around what i said above in comparison to those type of blades?



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For future reference I’ll answer myself. 

I had two Nuytinck ZC and the speed ratings that people usually attribute them feel odd to me.

The first one I had was around 89g and was definitely OFF, this second one with the same weight feels even faster OFF/OFF+ faster than a Boll Alc, Viscaria, Donic True carbon and closer to Timo Boll Zlc. 

The Limba outer gives it a medium soft feel and I think that’s why, in revspin even more, people misjudge its speed saying it’s slower than innerforce alc, I have one and it’s not even close, Nuytinck is much stiffer/faster. 

The ZC carbon gives it a low/medium arc, good feel, mixed with the Limba wood and pretty pretty fast. Of course not has much has a Primorac Carbon, but really close to a Boll ZLC.
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"For future reference I’ll answer myself." LOL

I am sorry you feel frustrated with the lack of response. Not many people have it I guess. I am a fan of the MJ ZLC and the Nuytinck ZC seems close to it. If that is true, your post is very useful because fans of the MJ ZLC are everywhere. 

That lab test is interesting:

Thank you for bringing that blade to our attention, it's been a while we did not discuss it.
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No problem 😃

Their lab tests are amazing, I’m aware of them and use their info often. 

Also TT planet 21 YouTube channel have a very nice review of the blade that made me buy it, and I don’t regret it 👌
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