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New LARC2018B
 


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Still no full information about the stiga dynasty carbon? I thought it should come out around this weekend...
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Blades:

Yinhe 970XX A (Arylate Carbon)
Yinhe 970XX P (Polyethylene)
Yinhe 970XX G (Glassfiber)
Yinhe 970XX S (Carbon)
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Blades:
GEWO Carbon
GEWO OFFense
GEWO Power-Allround
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Here are some more details about the Stiga Dynasty Carbon:

https://www.instagram.com/p/Bo8_LCynMe9/?utm_source=ig_web_button_share_sheet

Seems like it's the TeXtreme+ now. Not sure what are the upgrades from the existing TeXtreme.

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Like Carbonado 345 and 390?Tongue
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Originally posted by windysummer1 windysummer1 wrote:

Like Carbonado 345 and 390?Tongue


The carbon layers seem very thin though, lol
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So carbanado 22.5?
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Palatinus Tiny Dancer
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Originally posted by Ray Ray wrote:

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Palatinus Tiny Dancer

Is this a new OSP blade?  Or a one-off custom?
This was a great signature until I realised it was overrated.
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Slight amendment to this... I hope you don't mind Ray

970xx A -alc
970xx P - plc, same material as used in the Mars series blades such as the m201&202
970xx k - Kevlar carbon
970xx c - upgraded to 1.2k carbon and very nice blade as I have one of these as a trial when it was first released.
970xx g - glass fibre

image of the Yinhe 970xx - 20th anniversary carbon blades

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Originally posted by TTEquipment.co.uk TTEquipment.co.uk wrote:

Slight amendment to this... I hope you don't mind Ray

970xx A -alc
970xx P - plc, same material as used in the Mars series blades such as the m201&202
970xx k - Kevlar carbon
970xx c - upgraded to 1.2k carbon and very nice blade as I have one of these as a trial when it was first released.
970xx g - glass fibre



Thanks! Of course I don't mind.
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Originally posted by AndySmith AndySmith wrote:

Originally posted by Ray Ray wrote:

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Palatinus Tiny Dancer

Is this a new OSP blade?  Or a one-off custom?


It's a new OSP blade, I believe. Not sure if it's a limited edition or exclusively for Japanese market, though. Dimensions are 160x156mm, its 5.6mm thick and weighs 100g:


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Originally posted by Ray Ray wrote:

It's a new OSP blade, I believe. Not sure if it's a limited edition or exclusively for Japanese market, though. Dimensions are 160x156mm, its 5.6mm thick and weighs 100g:

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Brilliant Ray, many thanks!

Looks like a blade designed by someone at WRM with OSP.
This was a great signature until I realised it was overrated.
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Is that osp a defensive blade?
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