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I am curios about the Joola short pips - much though I find their product and pricing ridiculous.
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series Andro RASANTER
V42, V47, R37, R42, R47, R50

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Originally posted by AndySmith AndySmith wrote:

Originally posted by Jasonh Jasonh wrote:

Originally posted by AndySmith AndySmith wrote:



Omega II Love (??? A valentine's special perhaps...)


WWWWWWHHHHHHHHAAAAAATTT???????

Yeah, it could well be a bit of crazy google translate madness there.  But I like it regardless.



It's 10th anniversary limited edition of Xiom Omega II rubber. (Omega II was released in January 2007)

It's a package, composed of 2 pieces of Omega II, and 2 pieces of rubber protection film.
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Butterfly should release a "Sriver Love" combo containing a Sriver L, a Sriver S and a Super Sriver and sell it for $500.
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Tibhar MX-K(Not Evolution MX-K) (Edited to avoid confusion)

I am a member of the "Table Tennis club HG", largest Korean table tennis community.

It is operated by TAK9.com, which is the Korean dealer of Tibhar, Stiga and also the owner of Nexy.

The operator TAK9.com mentioned about MX-K(Not Evolution MX-K). Here is a dialogue and translation about it.

He mentioned occasionally unpredictable ball movement of MX-P on his article about Karis as below.
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(This is a small part of his article)

Sometime later, ESN started to produce bubbled sponges as Butterfly did, and Genius of Tibhar became the first release. These bubbled sponge rubbers could work well with hard sponge rubbers, and ESN released many hard rubbers in order to compete with Tenergy. 

But, like the high-tension rubbers, those hard rubbers had stability problems, e.g., unexpected ball movement.


When we adopt a hard topsheet to drive the ball, the rubber tries to hold on as long as possible (upward movement), but in the same time, a hard sponge tries to expel the ball quickly (returning movement). Those two different directions could confuse the final ball movement. So, players experience unexpected ball motion when we play with a hard topsheet + hard sponge rubbers. MX-P is a good example for this phenomenon. 

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Edited by Lee91 - 02/15/2017 at 2:34am
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ITC Powercell P5





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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Baal Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 02/10/2017 at 7:46pm
Interesting. I wonder if MX-K will be made in Germany or Japan. I am guessing Japan.
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Originally posted by Baal Baal wrote:

Interesting. I wonder if MX-K will be made in Germany or Japan. I am guessing Japan.




According to him, MX-K is ESN rubber, while Nexy Karis is Daiki rubber.
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Interesting again, thanks.
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Originally posted by Hans Regenkurt Hans Regenkurt wrote:

I am curios about the Joola short pips - much though I find their product and pricing ridiculous.

Apologies, the first report on CWX had a typo - they're long pips.  Which makes more sense with his name on them.
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I guess there are small typos.

Joola Nobilis PBO-c
http://www.tischtennis.biz/joola-tischtennishoelzer/pbo-carbon/joola-nobilis-pbo-c.html

Joola Zelebro PBO-c
http://www.tischtennis.biz/joola-tischtennishoelzer/pbo-carbon/joola-zelebro-pbo-c.html
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Originally posted by AndySmith AndySmith wrote:

Apologies, the first report on CWX had a typo - they're long pips.  Which makes more sense with his name on them.

No worries, I appreciate you started this topic. Equipment is my favourite Big smile
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Originally posted by Lee91 Lee91 wrote:

I guess there are small typos.

Joola Nobilis PBO-c
http://www.tischtennis.biz/joola-tischtennishoelzer/pbo-carbon/joola-nobilis-pbo-c.html

Joola Zelebro PBO-c
http://www.tischtennis.biz/joola-tischtennishoelzer/pbo-carbon/joola-zelebro-pbo-c.html

So finally Joola decides to get their own ZLC!
Fly away!
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Their price is ridiculous. Even 100 EUR would be too much for them. If I recall properly, Solja was using a Zhang Jike ZLC / ALC in the latest WT. It was high time Joola made a move towards making more serious blades but they should practice modesty in terms of pricing Thumbs Down They should think about putting together a portfolio of quality rubbers and blades first.

I also recall that Pota used some kind of Joola, maybe Xplode on her BH but her FH was T05 during the WT that ended recently. It makes me laugh.
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Solja uses Rossi Force, not ZJK. But agree about the prices of these blades..
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Life is too short for defensive play.

https://spinnier.com
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where can I get this sk7?
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Butterfly have a new spring sponge rubber on the way - Rosena.

https://www.butterfly.co.jp/products/detail/06020.html
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Originally posted by Ray Ray wrote:

Butterfly with the ol' golden shovel, digging up old blades.
Alis volat propriis

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Rozena:
According to Bty data, it's a softer (35d) and less spinny Tenergy with more "tolerance" to small errors. And $45 starting price,not 85 or 95. Looks like a successor for Roundell, there must be vast demand for such a rubber among intermediate amateur players. Sounds promising.
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New Tibhar Stuff. 
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Tibhar Aurus Prime (47.5 deg)


Tibhar Aurus Select (42.5 deg)

Tibhar Speedy Soft XD (short pips I think)


The concept is comparable with the novelties of andro ( Rasanter Belagerreihe ) and Donic (Bluestorm lining series). A thin upper rubber is glued with a thicker sponge (approx. 2.3mm). This is to compensate for the loss of spinning caused by the plastic ball.

Blades
Tibhar Cedric Nuytinck

Tibhar Emmanuel Lebesson

Tibhar Kinetic Speed




Source from http://www.tt-spin.de/ispo-story-2017-vorstellung-der-tischtennis-neuheiten-teil-2/ and http://www.tt-spin.de/tibhar-aurus-prime-und-aurus-select/
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Life is too short for defensive play.

https://spinnier.com
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What does SK represent for?
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Blades:

TSP Euro Power Off
TSP Euro Feeling Off-
TSP Euro Classic All+


Pips:

TSP Spinpips Blue
TSP Spinpips Red
Life is too short for defensive play.

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TSP Euro Power!
So TSP is digging out old stuff too....
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DHS Goldarc 5
DHS Goldarc 8

These are on the ITTF approved equipment list, and are for sale at the below links I have not seen them anywhere else. They are tensors, and are made in Germany

(Blade-FH-BH)
-BBC 1 ply Cypress 10mm "The Castigator"
-H3 Prov. Blue Sponge 2.2mm 41 deg.
-Rasanter R50 Max
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Originally posted by Chairman Meow Chairman Meow wrote:

DHS Goldarc 5
DHS Goldarc 8

These are on the ITTF approved equipment list, and are for sale at the below links I have not seen them anywhere else. They are tensors, and are made in Germany



Already on the list, discussed on page 2.
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Originally posted by AndySmith AndySmith wrote:


Already on the list, discussed on page 2.

Whoops.
(Blade-FH-BH)
-BBC 1 ply Cypress 10mm "The Castigator"
-H3 Prov. Blue Sponge 2.2mm 41 deg.
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New Nittaku Products



Ataras





Bloodwood





Ma Long 7




Negia D





Revofusion MF C






Revofusion MF J






WG 5





WG Carbon





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Originally posted by AndySmith AndySmith wrote:

Originally posted by TurboZ TurboZ wrote:


Probably only through a taobao agent for now. Hope TT11 will stock it soon. 

I have not used buychina before but they seems straight forward with clear pricing. 

http://www.buychina.com/products/544610579819

Awesome.  I did try taobao directly but it's hard to search, for obvious reasons.  Many thanks for the help!

Or Buy from www.prott.vip
http://www.prott.vip/Product-Details.aspx?productcode=glodarc8
http://www.prott.vip/Product-Details.aspx?productcode=goldarc5
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Custom carbon off++ FH DHS TG2 BS BH DHS TG3-60 National

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