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Originally posted by adishorul adishorul wrote:

Originally posted by Lee91 Lee91 wrote:

Xiom Omega VII Pro
 

Tell us more about

There has been no news lately.


Edited by Lee91 - 09/26/2017 at 10:26pm
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http://www.old.ittf.com/_front_page/ittf1.asp?category=rubber

You have to wait till the new rubber is listed into the ITTF LARC.
For the Big Dipper II (and another newest rubbers) check the next LARC list to be released as of October 1.
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Originally posted by iamj8 iamj8 wrote:

Originally posted by AndySmith AndySmith wrote:

Originally posted by Lee91 Lee91 wrote:

Originally posted by AndySmith AndySmith wrote:

Added Yinhe (Galaxy) Big Dipper 2.

I am really interested in this rubber. Is there any link to it?

Nothing official yet.  All I've got is this:



I'll grab a sheet as soon as I can though.  The original was great, QC on the sponge hardness aside.


Any information on Big Dipper 2?  Still can't find any info on it. Disapprove


http://www.old.ittf.com/_front_page/ittf1.asp?category=rubber

You have to wait till the rubber is listed into the ITTF LARC.
For the Big Dipper II (and all the other new rubbers) check the next LARC list to be released as of October 1.

Be happy, do not worry....
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I don't want to force this or anything, but how does the Fextra play compared to the Yasaka Sweden Extra? Seriously considering copping one. 
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Originally posted by Jacksupreme Jacksupreme wrote:

I don't want to force this or anything, but how does the Fextra play compared to the Yasaka Sweden Extra? Seriously considering copping one. 


Fextra's a 7 play and YSE Is a 5 ply. Fextra actually has a pretty good feel for a 7 ply ( feels almost like a good 5 ply), but has decent speed and power. Best thing abt the fextra is its feel and also, with the p-ball the YSE might be a bit too slow for most players.
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Originally posted by Lee91 Lee91 wrote:

Originally posted by adishorul adishorul wrote:

Originally posted by Lee91 Lee91 wrote:

Xiom Omega VII Pro
 

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there are 2 new tenergies 5n and 09
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Let the speculation begin!
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Originally posted by igorponger igorponger wrote:



http://www.old.ittf.com/_front_page/ittf1.asp?category=rubber

You have to wait till the rubber is listed into the ITTF LARC.
For the Big Dipper II (and all the other new rubbers) check the next LARC list to be released as of October 1.

Be happy, do not worry....

No new entry for Big Dipper II on the new LARC.  That might mean that it will be the same topsheet on a different sponge I suppose.
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Let the speculation begin!
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Let the speculation begin!

There is also seems to be the Dignics series with probably Tenergy series topsheet and a new sponge? It would be awesome if Butterfly sticks the Tenergy topsheet to a "modified" Bryce sponge.
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Blades:

Cornilleau Hugo Calderano Foco Off+, 5-ply, 85g
Cornilleau Hugo Calderano Foco Off-, 5-ply, 85g



is Calderano really use this blade?
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DERWIND is a new oversea branch of 729., residing in Germany.
Huge porous sponge, never seen before on market.

Huge Porous Sponge

I did found seller even cheaper.
https://item.taobao.com/item.htm?id=540101156306





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Originally posted by piligrim piligrim wrote:

Originally posted by Ray Ray wrote:

Blades:

Cornilleau Hugo Calderano Foco Off+, 5-ply, 85g
Cornilleau Hugo Calderano Foco Off-, 5-ply, 85g



is Calderano really use this blade?
Yes he is using the blade. Before he was using the Absolum with brown handle, but at the lastest Austria open he was using his signature blade with blue handle.

https://flic.kr/p/YWDEpK
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Originally posted by Giangt Giangt wrote:

Originally posted by piligrim piligrim wrote:

Originally posted by Ray Ray wrote:

Blades:

Cornilleau Hugo Calderano Foco Off+, 5-ply, 85g
Cornilleau Hugo Calderano Foco Off-, 5-ply, 85g



is Calderano really use this blade?
Yes he is using the blade. Before he was using the Absolum with brown handle, but at the lastest Austria open he was using his signature blade with blue handle.

https://flic.kr/p/YWDEpK


you sure about Absolum? I read he was using Gatien Conquest ... Also can't find store sell this blades ..
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Originally posted by igorponger igorponger wrote:

DERWIND is a new oversea branch of 729., residing in Germany.
Huge porous sponge, never seen before on market.

Huge porous sponge

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This is very interesting Igor; thank you. Porous modern lively sponge with 729 topsheet.

Can it be found under $20?
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Originally posted by piligrim piligrim wrote:

Originally posted by Giangt Giangt wrote:

Originally posted by piligrim piligrim wrote:

Originally posted by Ray Ray wrote:

Blades:

Cornilleau Hugo Calderano Foco Off+, 5-ply, 85g
Cornilleau Hugo Calderano Foco Off-, 5-ply, 85g



is Calderano really use this blade?
Yes he is using the blade. Before he was using the Absolum with brown handle, but at the lastest Austria open he was using his signature blade with blue handle.

https://flic.kr/p/YWDEpK


you sure about Absolum? I read he was using Gatien Conquest ... Also can't find store sell this blades ..
Yes I am. In an interview on the Olympic channel both Simon Gauzy and Hugo Caldorano talk about their blades and they show that they use exactly the same blades and rubbers.

This shop is selling the blade.

http://www.cornilleau-store.uk/products/839-calderano-foco-off.html
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Actually found it much cheaper
https://vs-sport.lt/en/blades/3793-cornilleau-hugo-calderano-foco-off-blade-322276621501.html
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Soulspin Roots 8 Zylon Carbon
Soulspin Roots 9 Zylon Carbon Speed
Soulspin Roots 7 Defensive Control 7
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Originally posted by Giangt Giangt wrote:

Originally posted by piligrim piligrim wrote:

Originally posted by Giangt Giangt wrote:

Originally posted by piligrim piligrim wrote:

Originally posted by Ray Ray wrote:

Blades:

Cornilleau Hugo Calderano Foco Off+, 5-ply, 85g
Cornilleau Hugo Calderano Foco Off-, 5-ply, 85g



is Calderano really use this blade?
Yes he is using the blade. Before he was using the Absolum with brown handle, but at the lastest Austria open he was using his signature blade with blue handle.

https://flic.kr/p/YWDEpK


you sure about Absolum? I read he was using Gatien Conquest ... Also can't find store sell this blades ..
Yes I am. In an interview on the Olympic channel both Simon Gauzy and Hugo Caldorano talk about their blades and they show that they use exactly the same blades and rubbers.

This shop is selling the blade.

http://www.cornilleau-store.uk/products/839-calderano-foco-off.html



Found where I read about Conquest
http://mytabletennis.net/Forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=51935&PID=837917&title=cornilleau-gatien-blades#837917

By the way this store doesnt ship outside of UK
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Nexy Arche & Nittaku Violin LG.
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Joola Rhyzer 48
Joola Rhyzer 43
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I saw 729 Focus III plus recently, supposed to be Japanese style sponge

Friendship 729 FOCUS 3 (Focus III, Japanese Sponge Version) Table Tennis Rubber Pimples In Ping Pong Rubber
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Someone already tried Derwind Stolz and Rayhe?
They look interesting, but 2 x 25 € seems to me a high price for "totally unknown" rubbers Wink
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Yasaka Galaxya Carbon Special
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Nittaku Inflect, 7ply wood
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