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the sanwei fextra blade looks like a carbonado copy of the handle but it is a much better clipepr wood clone. surprised that it is as fast as adidas challenge speed before. the sanwei dynamo is like nexy higgs clone. very light at 82 grams but very bouncy.
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New blade: Nexy Cakra, a shakehand combination blade.

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Originally posted by arg0 arg0 wrote:

New blade: Nexy Cakra, a shakehand combination blade.


Hmm 9 ply with the same top ply as the KJH?
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GEWO Alexander Waluch, 5+2 kevlar carbon
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Xiom have released more info on the Feel blades.  It's quite a mixed bag.


Lots of hinoki, some zeph carbon, some aramid carbon, some made in japan, some made in china.
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Can you compare the V9 with the sanwei fextra?
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Mizuno Q3, made in Japan (by Sumitomo Riko Co.), available in 1.7, 1.9 and 2.1mm:

http://www.mizuno.jp/tabletennis/madeinjapan/?ad=ttfb20170727001







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So much colour this year.  Are we at the stage where we can coordinate sponges and shoes?
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Originally posted by Audrey17 Audrey17 wrote:

Can you compare the V9 with the sanwei fextra?
the sanwei is a clipper clone. surprisingly, it is very bouncy for a clipper like blade. feels like a clipper but with a comfortable handle and slightly smoother surface. mine was 89 grams.
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sadly no reviews of the Mizuno rubbers.

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which one is a clipper clone v9 or flextra?
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Originally posted by Fulanodetal Fulanodetal wrote:

sadly no reviews of the Mizuno rubbers.

Q3 isn't out until October.  Made in japan makes me wonder if it's going to be like Mantra or Karis.
GF-R from what I've read is supposed to be another entry level ESN rubber, like Vega Intro, Musa or Gold Arc 5.
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Good to know! 

Personally I wonder how they compare to Adidas P7.

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Has anyone tried DHS Hurricane 301 or PG5?

I can't seem to find much info on them.
A version of Hurricane 3
A version of Tenergy
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Originally posted by yogi_bear yogi_bear wrote:

Originally posted by Audrey17 Audrey17 wrote:

Can you compare the V9 with the sanwei fextra?
the sanwei is a clipper clone. surprisingly, it is very bouncy for a clipper like blade. feels like a clipper but with a comfortable handle and slightly smoother surface. mine was 89 grams.

Thanks yogi, that's a good combination.
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Been away from table tennis for a year, was wondering if there's a new "in" forehand rubber that the chinese use, specifically penhold? whats xu xin using now? (I used to use a commercial skyline tg3 neo) and was thinking of going for the hurricane 8 before and if its still good then id get it this time around.
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Originally posted by Fulanodetal Fulanodetal wrote:

sadly no reviews of the Mizuno rubbers.

FdT


here is one in japanese

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J2cAsR0oli0
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What the hell is this:

http://ttshop.cn/goods.asp?id=15110
http://ttshop.cn/goods.asp?id=15109

New729 rubbers WITHOUT ITTF stamp / authorization
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Blades:

Yinhe Balsa 6
Yinhe Balsa 7
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Yinhe Earth II
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wow, the tibhar triple carbon looks like a clipper wood added with 3 carbon layers
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Nittaku DHS Hurricane Pro 3 Turbo Orange

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The metal tag on the triple carbon it's an improvement ( tibhar badges are shiny stickers) but paying double for it not so much.
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Originally posted by AndySmith AndySmith wrote:

Nittaku DHS Hurricane Pro 3 Turbo Orange



Just when I told myself I'd take a break from ej-ing for a year
A version of Hurricane 3
A version of Tenergy
A Stiga blade...
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Yinhe Jupiter Tour




DoubleFish Qi Ji

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The name Qiji is a play on Chen Qi's first name, who is the spokesperson for DFish. Reverse osmosis...
Viscaria FL - 91g
+ Neo H3 2.15 Blk - 44.5g(55.3g uncut bare)
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Sunnysix Sunny 7







Sunnysix Sunny 3




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Originally posted by yogi_bear yogi_bear wrote:

the sanwei fextra blade looks like a carbonado copy of the handle but it is a much better clipepr wood clone. surprised that it is as fast as adidas challenge speed before. the sanwei dynamo is like nexy higgs clone. very light at 82 grams but very bouncy.

Hey!  

I'd love to hear more about these new sanwei blades.  Did you get to play with them?

About the dynamo, I'm pleasantly surprised to hear that it's similar to the nexy higgs, despite the dynamo being 5 ply and the higgs 7 ply.  

Do you have info on the 2017 sanwei A9 by any chance?  (In particular, I can't find info on the thickness and on the top 2 wood layers. From what I've read it has an ayous core.  Sanwei claims it's a "classic" composition.  Is this a limba-limba-ayous or limba-ayous-ayous design?  Does it have a 5.6-6mm thickness, putting it in the primorac/stiga allround ballpark?)


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