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    Posted: 11/06/2018 at 11:29am
7 ply Handmade by Levi with UDC and double Kiso hinoki outer ply:

Kiso hinoki-Kiso hinoki-UDC-Kiri-UDC-Kiso hinoki-Kiso hinoki, 90g, 6,4 mm thickness, 150/157 mm head size

 
Blade: TB ALC, ZJ SZLC
Rubbers: FH Tenergy 05
BH Tenergy 05
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Originally posted by Johnny Erasure Johnny Erasure wrote:

A special order of 7 ply OFF- blade with Basalt inner:

Limba-Ayous-Basalt-Ayous-Basalt-Ayous-Limba, 90g, 6.1mm thickness, 151/158 mm head size, handle from mahogany wood.




This is my first custom order blade based on generating blade spec's rather then buying an off the shelf existing blade. HM Levi changed the Head size to slow the blade down and provide better control: My specifications were:

composition: Limba-Ayous-Basalt-Ayous-Basalt-Ayous-Limba
Weight:           88g to 92G
Head Size:      150x157
thickness:       <6.2
Speed:            OFF-
There are few commercial Basalt composite blade options available and those are OFF and OFF+ rated and none using Limba outer. This was a gamble as I was not sure how the Basalt would impact the blade speed but I was sure it would not be as severe as one of the many carbon mesh options. I wanted the blade to have control associated with ALL and ALL+ blades yet enough power and stiffness to work well with the plastic ball.   I measured the Blade Frequency at 1311 showing it has moderate stiffness and some flex.
I have had the blade for only a week but my initial impressions with practice and playing is positive. The blade has outstanding control but enough power to finish the point. Balance is perfect as my current setup is 186g and does not feel heavy with easy flow from FH to BH.
The blade craftsmanship is outstanding, no sanding required has a solid feeling and the mahogany handle is comfortable and attractive. I would like to thank HM Levi and Johnny for there assistance as working with them from the U.S. was easy.

UPDATE:
After trying various rubber combination on this OFF- blade Tenergy 05 FH,BH work the best. Looping B.S. FH or BH is dynamic along with the overall control of the blade to place strong FH anywhere on the table. A pleasure to play with this blade.

Edited by lineup32 - 09/19/2018 at 2:00pm
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A special order of 7 ply OFF- blade with Basalt inner:

Limba-Ayous-Basalt-Ayous-Basalt-Ayous-Limba, 90g, 6.1mm thickness, 151/158 mm head size, handle from mahogany wood.



Edited by Johnny Erasure - 08/22/2018 at 7:42am
Blade: TB ALC, ZJ SZLC
Rubbers: FH Tenergy 05
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A prototype with Textreme ZLC and a special Kiso Hinoki outer ply:

Kiso Hinoki-Limba-Textreme ZLC-Ayous-Textreme ZLC-Limba-Kiso Hinoki, 88g, 5.8mm thickness, 150/157mm head size.

Blade: TB ALC, ZJ SZLC
Rubbers: FH Tenergy 05
BH Tenergy 05
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A special order with basalt, OFF speed:

Limba-basalt-limba-ayous-limba-basalt-Limba, 5.8 mm thickness, 86g, 150/157 mm head size.



Edited by Johnny Erasure - 05/30/2018 at 7:56am
Blade: TB ALC, ZJ SZLC
Rubbers: FH Tenergy 05
BH Tenergy 05
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Fixed all pics!
Blade: TB ALC, ZJ SZLC
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Originally posted by Johnny Erasure Johnny Erasure wrote:

Levi 5 ply allwood with handle as old Power Drive:

Cypress-Mahon-Ayous-Mahon-Cypress, 150/157mm, 87g, 6.4 mm thickness, OFF:


Finally tried my blade, my idea was to create something similar to the old butterfly power drive/juic nebula. Unfortunately Rosewood was not available so I decided to go for mahogany medial plies. I tested the blade with T05 2.1 red on the forehand and tenergy 25 fx 1.9 black on the backhand. The blade has a nice feeling, it feels soft and quite solid. Ofcourse the blade is a lot more flexible than my usual Gergely carbon. I had to get used to the smaller sweet spot, it felt a little bit like the blade did not have enough umph and stability especially with softer T25 FX on the backhand. This blade seems to be a lot more suited for harder rubbers like the T05. On the forehand the feeling was a lot more stable and predictable, still a lot more fexible than what I'm used but definitely not unpleasant. Compared to the old power drive I have it feels quite similar. Although the old Power Drive has a softer feel and slightly more muffled feeling. I will test it some more with T05 on both sides.
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It might be interesting to try Koto-Spruce-Ayous-Kiri-Ayous-Spruce-Koto.
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http://i479.photobucket.com/albums/rr151/tsuthebasa/IMG_20171216_121252_zpsfon3bvgk.jpg





https://youtu.be/RyDr_y30euA

Pictures are donic Persson seven vs Levi's 5 ply blade and osp virtuoso stsq vs Levi's 5 ply blade.
Persson seven's thick squared st handle fits ne the most. But ı have to say Levi's at handle is the most comfortable one. I couldnt feel and corner or any pressure point at all.

Thursday I attached my old t05fx pair on Levi's blade. But I couldnt find any chance to try it. Today I tried to change the rubbers and things went really wrong. You should checkout the youtube link. İn short, blade wasnt sealed and limba top ply came off a little bit.
Than I sand it lightly and sealed the blade. Waterbased sealant was totaly dry thanks to my hairdryer.
Couple of hours later İ went to my club and did some drills and played some games.

First of all I should say blade is 86gr but it feels lighter with the rubbers. Head size is compact and its not headheavy at all.

Speed is off- .

First I did some fh to fh drive and bh to bh drive for a while. İt was obvious its not like osp virtuoso at all. Both top ply and secondary ply is really soft so feeling is really soft. Blade offers a lot of dwell time. So flat hits are not so great or secure. This is not a good news for ne because İ like to smash with my backhand a Lot.
Topspins are a Lot better. My hexer powersponge became a lot spinnier than before.(my main blade is 7 allwood Persson seven) hexer PS is really soft and it bottoms out easily. Not this time thoug. You can take the ball early, change the timing no problem at all. İf you're complaining about your rubber cant produce enough spin and you dont like to flat hit. Than Levy's blade might suit you.
On the other hand feeling is really soft and there is no crisp feeling at all. Altough speed is really close Osp virtuoso feels really crisp, you can flat hit, drive, loop. Countering is also easy thanks to thin but hard composition. Virtuoso starts to flex more and gives you enough juice and angle from far away the table.

Levi's blade is always flexing, always dwelly and makes your rubbers throw angle higher. Thanks to relatively hard and thick ayous core ply, mid or far distance looping is really easy. Its not that fast,but that blade offers amazing dwell time so when you're out of position you just simply use your wrist a bit more and ball just lands in your opponents Side of the table. My 3 different opponents were all struggling with the spin İ was creating.

Pure brushers might love that blade. But I'm an allrounder. I smash, loop,chop etc. So I think İ will try something different. Limba-anigre-ayous maybe ör walnut-anigree-ayous...

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Originally posted by Snakefish Snakefish wrote:


<span id="userPro113" ="msgSidePro" title="View Drop Down">TSuBaSa:    how much did you pay for this custom blade ?

One would think about shipping a custom blade in cardboard especially when it's a special custom-made blade.

You should return it back to Levi for an exchange.  I know I would.  And he should be customer-friendly


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Johnny felt bad about the minor ding and asked me how he can fix the issue. But I'm not sensitive about those things, I dont look after my bats. So I would of easly demage the blade my self in the first training session. And Johhny told me he will use a cardbox next time...
I just needed inform you guys because I'm avare that a Lot of people would ve really upset about that.
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Originally posted by Snakefish Snakefish wrote:

TSuBaSa:    how much did you pay for this custom blade ?

One would think about shipping a custom blade in cardboard especially when it's a special custom-made blade.

You should return it back to Levi for an exchange.  I know I would.  And he should be customer-friendly

If you want to order send me a pm and we can talk without any problem.
About the ding I have already talked with TSuBaSa and is resolved.
Blade: TB ALC, ZJ SZLC
Rubbers: FH Tenergy 05
BH Tenergy 05
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TSuBaSa:    how much did you pay for this custom blade ?

One would think about shipping a custom blade in cardboard especially when it's a special custom-made blade.

You should return it back to Levi for an exchange.  I know I would.  And he should be customer-friendly


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Looking forward to your review!
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I just got the blade, its a 5 ply limba-spruce-ayous-spruce-limba  blade with squared st handle.( like timo boll alc-donic persson seven etc...

Limba ply is light and thin, spruce is very soft and ayous ( which differs greatly in hardness) is medium hard for a ayous center ply.

I didnt play with it yet but I expect a soft feeling and long dwell time. But solid ayous core should give me enough power...

After the ordering process you have to wait for two weeks and than Levi ships the blade is a tracking number.
Packaging was not that great, there was no cardboard box and unfortunately blade was slightly damaged. Nothing biggie but its sad to see a brand new blade with a small chip.
craftmanship and quality is not flawless but I cant say its bad. I dont care about these things much. I dont care about how my blade is looking. I just care about the ball feeling, handle shape and speed/control ratio.

I'll update my post with a review. I also have a osp virtuoso stsq, so it'll be interesting to see whats what...









Edited by TSuBaSa - 12/14/2017 at 8:01am
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Originally posted by Johnny Erasure Johnny Erasure wrote:

A 5 ply allwood HMLevi limba-spruce-ayous-spruce-limba, 5.8 mm thickness, 86g, special ST handle.

The handle was made from american walnut and has 23.4 mm thickness and 28 mm wideness.



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A 5 ply allwood HMLevi limba-spruce-ayous-spruce-limba, 5.8 mm thickness, 86g, special ST handle.

The handle was made from american walnut and has 23.4 mm thickness and 28 mm wideness.

Blade: TB ALC, ZJ SZLC
Rubbers: FH Tenergy 05
BH Tenergy 05
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Thanks. Look forward to your review.
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Originally posted by W0LovePP W0LovePP wrote:

I am still interested in having a blade made. There are more and more blades made with various composition but not many reviews. I would like to see more reviews on the blades made here. Please share your reviews or comments on the craftsmanship and on the blades.

Thanks.

I'm waiting for a 5ply allwood blade from Levi. İ'll try to write a long review with lots of pictures.

Edited by TSuBaSa - 11/30/2017 at 3:41am
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I am still interested in having a blade made. There are more and more blades made with various composition but not many reviews. I would like to see more reviews on the blades made here. Please share your reviews or comments on the craftsmanship and on the blades.

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Just ordered an allwood 5 ply blade from Levi. Thanks John, I cant wait...
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First blade with this composition, an excelent blade 7 ply blade with an awesome control and high speed (with a soft carbon UDC):

Koto-UDC-Anigre-Kiri-Anigre-UDC-Koto, 150/157 mm, 87g, 5.9 mm thickness, OFF:



Edited by Johnny Erasure - 05/14/2018 at 6:16am
Blade: TB ALC, ZJ SZLC
Rubbers: FH Tenergy 05
BH Tenergy 05
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Also it looks to me to be very perfect processed this blade
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I knew Wenge outer plies look incredible, I guess I shouldn’t be surprised that I love it on handles too! :)
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Originally posted by ttspirit ttspirit wrote:

This one looks nice and very interesting. I like the ST handle of it. What are here the handle dimensions ? Wideness and thickness?

Mr. Levi made ST handle with 29mm wideness/23mm thickness or 28mm wideness/24mm thicness.
But if you want can make a special order at 29mm wideness/24mm thickness if you have big hands.

Edited by Johnny Erasure - 03/05/2018 at 1:49am
Blade: TB ALC, ZJ SZLC
Rubbers: FH Tenergy 05
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Originally posted by ohwell ohwell wrote:

Originally posted by Johnny Erasure Johnny Erasure wrote:

Again a 7 ply blade with basalt and scaly koto outer ply but with ST handle:

<span style="line-height: 16.7999992370605px; : rgb251, 251, 253;">koto scaly-basalt-limba-kiri-limba-basalt-koto scaly, 5.8 mm thickness, 87 g</span>



This one looks nice and very interesting. I like the ST handle of it. What are here the handle dimensions ? Wideness and thickness ?




What is the dark wood used for the handle? Gorgeous!
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Originally posted by ohwell ohwell wrote:



What is the dark wood used for the handle? Gorgeous!

The wood used for the handle is wenge, a beautiful dark brown color.
Blade: TB ALC, ZJ SZLC
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Originally posted by Johnny Erasure Johnny Erasure wrote:

Again a 7 ply blade with basalt and scaly koto outer ply but with ST handle:

<span style="line-height: 16.7999992370605px; : rgb251, 251, 253;">koto scaly-basalt-limba-kiri-limba-basalt-koto scaly, 5.8 mm thickness, 87 g</span>






What is the dark wood used for the handle? Gorgeous!
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Levi 5 ply allwood with handle as old Power Drive:

Cypress-Mahon-Ayous-Mahon-Cypress, 150/157mm, 87g, 6.4 mm thickness, OFF:



Edited by Johnny Erasure - 05/14/2018 at 6:19am
Blade: TB ALC, ZJ SZLC
Rubbers: FH Tenergy 05
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First Levi 7 ply with aramid (not carbon):

Limba-Aramid-Limba-Ayous-Limba-Aramid-Limba, 150/157 mm, 92g, 5.9 mm thickness, OFF+:



Edited by Johnny Erasure - 05/14/2018 at 6:11am
Blade: TB ALC, ZJ SZLC
Rubbers: FH Tenergy 05
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That's what the basalt looks like in Levi's blades:



Edited by Johnny Erasure - 05/14/2018 at 6:10am
Blade: TB ALC, ZJ SZLC
Rubbers: FH Tenergy 05
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