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I dont know if it has a thin or thick handle but maybe you can use this pictures as reference
http://s1108.photobucket.com/user/mizutani_jun/library/avx%20bt777%20cp%2090g?sort=3&page=1
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I actually want to know the head dimensions of the blade. Handle thickness is not concern for me
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Originally posted by TurboZ TurboZ wrote:

Originally posted by bbkon bbkon wrote:

Originally posted by TurboZ TurboZ wrote:

I found Xiom V1 has the same width as that of Stiga Intensity Cpen. But the plys of Stiga is thicker so the feel of V1's handle is thinner. Handle alone is pretty much the same.


What blade feels more solid and fast v1 or intensity?

I have not put rubbers on V1 yet so can't compare. My Intensity is light with a crispy and hollow feel. Fast for a 5 ply wood blade. 

Just briefly tried my friend's V1 today and found it thin, flex and fast. Create spin easy. A perfect looper's blade.  
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Originally posted by ronakvyas86 ronakvyas86 wrote:

What about yinhe/galaxy cpens? What headsize do they come in?

I have a modern logo Yinhe Cpen D701 and the head size is 161x150. I have an old Galaxy Cpen somewhere but can't locate it now. Not 100% sure but I believe that one is smaller. 
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Thanks TurboZ
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Originally posted by TurboZ TurboZ wrote:

Originally posted by TurboZ TurboZ wrote:

Originally posted by bbkon bbkon wrote:

Originally posted by TurboZ TurboZ wrote:

I found Xiom V1 has the same width as that of Stiga Intensity Cpen. But the plys of Stiga is thicker so the feel of V1's handle is thinner. Handle alone is pretty much the same.


What blade feels more solid and fast v1 or intensity?


I have not put rubbers on V1 yet so can't compare. My Intensity is light with a crispy and hollow feel. Fast for a 5 ply wood blade. 


Just briefly tried my friend's V1 today and found it thin, flex and fast. Create spin easy. A perfect looper's blade.  


How flexy? Like a yeo? i m looking for a xiom composite for short pips
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I found YEO pretty stiff with no vibration. I would say the flex of V1 is slightly less than Hurricane Hao series but faster.
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Butterfly Taksim ( shahehand called Viscaria) is the most popular CP blade. Unfortunately , due to monopoly policy for Butterfly China, it is not easy to have it outside the region. More than this blade, they have developed New Taksim called Kochoochcs . The other ALC series are Dedora , Supreme Speed. You can find hugh variety exactly same as Shakehand . It is really expensive and exclusive in China ...... Bizarre
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Originally posted by Ladon1997 Ladon1997 wrote:

Butterfly Taksim ( shahehand called Viscaria) is the most popular CP blade. Unfortunately , due to monopoly policy for Butterfly China, it is not easy to have it outside the region. More than this blade, they have developed New Taksim called Kochoochcs . The other ALC series are Dedora , Supreme Speed. You can find hugh variety exactly same as Shakehand . It is really expensive and exclusive in China ...... Bizarre


What do you mean by "monopoly policy"?
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Originally posted by Ladon1997 Ladon1997 wrote:

Butterfly Taksim ( shahehand called Viscaria) is the most popular CP blade. Unfortunately , due to monopoly policy for Butterfly China, it is not easy to have it outside the region. More than this blade, they have developed New Taksim called Kochoochcs . The other ALC series are Dedora , Supreme Speed. You can find hugh variety exactly same as Shakehand . It is really expensive and exclusive in China ...... Bizarre
Taksim is not the same as the Viscaria. Taksim is much thicker, much faster.
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Why no cpen butterfly blades like szlcs outside china?
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Originally posted by ronakvyas86 ronakvyas86 wrote:

Why no cpen butterfly blades like szlcs outside china?
Less of a market outside China (I would expect), and Butterfly restricts international shipping of Butterfly products, but other than that I can't really think of a good answer.
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Originally posted by ronakvyas86 ronakvyas86 wrote:

Why no cpen butterfly blades like szlcs outside china?
 Chinese penhold is popular in China only.
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Originally posted by ronakvyas86 ronakvyas86 wrote:

Originally posted by PierreAd PierreAd wrote:

Originally posted by DLC1325 DLC1325 wrote:

Originally posted by ronakvyas86 ronakvyas86 wrote:

What about yinhe/galaxy cpens? What headsize do they come in?


I'm curios about this as well. I really enjoy my shakehand E-1 for the money and have thought about getting it in Cpen.

Waiting for a Galaxy W6 (and a DHS PG7 as well, but that's not the point ;) ). If you're still interested, I'll give you the dimensions as soon as the blade arrives, in about 2 weeks I think.


Yeah. I'd very much like that. Thanks

Received it yesterday, so here it is : 161x150mm (same as TurboZ's D701), and base (width right above the handle) is about 88mm. You can see the detail here if interested.

A bit smaller than the DHS which is around 164x150-151mm.
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Thanks bro. That's smaller than yasaka as well
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Can anyone tell me the head dimensions of avalox cpen blades? I'm interested in getting a P700
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Once I had an Avalox P500 Cpen. It got a pretty big head, about 163-165 in length.

Originally posted by ronakvyas86 ronakvyas86 wrote:

Can anyone tell me the head dimensions of avalox cpen blades? I'm interested in getting a P700
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I read on some post that it's smaller than stiga cpens. The comparison was between clipper and p700, and there was a mention of clipper having a bigger headsize

Edited by ronakvyas86 - 07/25/2016 at 2:03pm
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wow, thats a great info. 
where can i read more about handle size, w/h .
im looking at donic zhou yu 1,dhs 656,stiga intensity xx edition, but cant find a specifics 
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My Avalox P900 Cpen (for 40+ ball) has 157x150 head size, and my clipper
has 159x150. The handle is much thinner than clipper, like
Butterfly innerforce layer zlc.
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Originally posted by khmd khmd wrote:

My Avalox P900 Cpen (for 40+ ball) has 157x150 head size, and my clipper
has 159x150. The handle is much thinner than clipper, like
Butterfly innerforce layer zlc.


i bought a nittaku blade and the handle was thin like designed for a 11 year old
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