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Yup, here we go - 


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Originally posted by AndySmith AndySmith wrote:

Yup, here we go - 


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They could rename this new rubber Tenergy 05 Hard to Buy...
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This Timo Boll CAF seems to have similar concept of Victas Dynawood (ply made of wood fiber). But I hope it to be cheaper, since Dynawood price is high....
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Originally posted by shinshiro shinshiro wrote:

This Timo Boll CAF seems to have similar concept of Victas Dynawood (ply made of wood fiber). But I hope it to be cheaper, since Dynawood price is high....

True, their concepts are very similar: Victas wood fiber vs Butterfly ca-fiber (also derived from wood). TB CAF MSRP is 7500+tax, so cheaper than now discontinued Dynawood and Dynawood Power.
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Looks promising. When will that come out?
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Originally posted by yogi_bear yogi_bear wrote:

Looks promising. When will that come out?

In November.
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Made in Japan or in China?
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Made in Japan or in China?


Made in Japan.
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I see Butterfly already says Wong ChunTing, Timo Boll and Lee Sangsu have "switched" to 05 Hard. I bet a lot of players that use 05 currently will be using 05 Hard, likely confirming that professional 05 was harder than commercial. 
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My guess is, they just officially commercialize the pro version (harder sponge) of tenergy, it's not a new product per se.
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Are they really selling a blade with a layer of saw dust ?
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Originally posted by jpenmaster jpenmaster wrote:

Are they really selling a blade with a layer of saw dust ?

Special colored sawdust
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T05 Hard 43* WILD CREATURE.

THE Rubber should be some rocket speedy, A LOT OF SPEED, shortened dwelling time, poor spinning index,, near uncontrolable.
Certainly, not good for the commoners.     
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Originally posted by igorponger igorponger wrote:

T05 Hard 43* WILD CREATURE.

THE Rubber should be some rocket speedy, A LOT OF SPEED, shortened dwelling time, poor spinning index,, near uncontrolable.
Certainly, not good for the commoners.     


Igorponger is drunk. How can he talk about a rubber that nobody is using?
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Diode is back


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I wish they can bring back the schlager carbon
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I think its too close to Garaydia T5000 to bring back then again they have a ton of Koto ALC blades that are nearly the same.

Edited by jpenmaster - 09/17/2018 at 5:01pm
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Originally posted by jpenmaster jpenmaster wrote:

I think its too close to Garaydia T5000 to bring back then again they have a ton of Koto ALC blades that are nearly the same.
 

No. Schlager Carbon and Garaydia T5000 are not the same. Not close as well. I have owned a few of them. 
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Originally posted by jpenmaster jpenmaster wrote:

I think its too close to Garaydia T5000 to bring back then again they have a ton of Koto ALC blades that are nearly the same.


I used Schlager carbon. Schlager is faster. Also thickiness of Schlager 7.4mm instead of Garaydia 7.0mm.
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That is what I don't understand,if they can bring back sardius, which is less popular, why not bring back schlager carbon

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Which degree will have the Tenergy 05 hard?
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Which degree will have the Tenergy 05 hard?

43° Butterfly scale
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I wonder how thick this is for it to have zero vibration
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Originally posted by windysummer1 windysummer1 wrote:

I wonder how thick this is for it to have zero vibration

It's the fiber! (5+2)
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Originally posted by Ray Ray wrote:

Originally posted by juanma4080 juanma4080 wrote:

Which degree will have the Tenergy 05 hard?

43° Butterfly scale


    HARD, AS A BATHMAT     

Hugo Сalderano of Brazil is now the world's only player using underlying sponge 50* hardness. CORNEALEU novelty rubber.
The Sponge feels closely as those inflexible bathmats of rubber materials..   Reduced controllabiity, frantic speed.   
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I think that's partly due to the reason that he is using a all wood paddle, not a carbon one
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Originally posted by igorponger igorponger wrote:

Originally posted by Ray Ray wrote:

Originally posted by juanma4080 juanma4080 wrote:

Which degree will have the Tenergy 05 hard?

43° Butterfly scale


    HARD, AS A BATHMAT     

Hugo Сalderano of Brazil is now the world's only player using underlying sponge 50* hardness. CORNEALEU novelty rubber.
The Sponge feels closely as those inflexible bathmats of rubber materials..   Reduced controllabiity, frantic speed.   
The ESN scale is different to the Butterfly scale. In fact, 43 Butterfly is harder than 50 ESN, idiot
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