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    Posted: 05/08/2018 at 12:41pm
Since I'm a kid, I've always fancied conical handles more than any others. Nothing feels as comfy as that in my hand for playing pingpong
Starting with a Stiga Kjell Johansson allround wood, I have collected a lot of blades over the years. 
It's time to share a bit :


Thibar has made a few of them. Here is missing IV S which is also supplied in CO


Joola too. Note the funny Rossifire Fetzner tag. Surely a tipo


Of course Butterfly did too, eventhow they are rarer compare to the rest of their wide production


Yes, Nittaku too !


Donic !


The Cresail is handmade substitution

More to come soon with the stiga's

Neottec Hinoki Carbon
Victas V>01 Limber 1.8mm
DHS G888 1.8mm
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Beautiful! I like them because they can work for Cpen players too!
Ahinoki Lutz Spruce Jpen: 729 SuperFX
1-ply Hinoki Club
The speed of a Rhino and the power of a Gazelle!
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Nice collection.  Thanks for sharing.
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I remember when I visited you in Paris you showed me a conical Clipper that cost you an arm and a leg. Are you going to show it off in the Stigas?


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love some of the brands, some more, some less.
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Here some more :


I like very much the Avalox P500 conical (right side) , you can see also Blax All+, I am looking for Blax Off (CO) which also exists but still missing in my collection.


Special thumbs up for german blade maker Nebula who builds the most perfect Johansson handles (2 blades or the right an side). The first on the left is Clipper oversized reshaped and custom handled. The second left is a rarity Yasaka Japan with CO handle.

Here comes Stiga :

Conical "Champ" which was released at the begining  of 2010's and now discontinued. Less comfy than Lindh or Johansson but still OK

my "gems". Clipper Johansson (not for sale !) right side. Johansson def left.

Robert Palatinus from OSPblades.com is also a master craftman


Some others to come from Neottec. This company is the only (to my knowledge) to still produce conical handles.

 
Neottec Hinoki Carbon, plays like a Primorac or Schlager carbon



Edited by Jolan - 06/15/2018 at 1:16pm
Neottec Hinoki Carbon
Victas V>01 Limber 1.8mm
DHS G888 1.8mm
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How do you find the neottec blades? Are there any with constructions similar to classic blades?
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Clap Very nice blades Thumbs Up
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Originally posted by VSDG VSDG wrote:

How do you find the neottec blades? Are there any with constructions similar to classic blades?

Neottec blades are real bargain. Cheap but high quality. Voodoo feels very much like a Korbel and gamma all+ like former and dearly missing Grubba all+. Hinoki carbon feels like primorac or schlager, balsa carbon like Joola MC1. If you want blades composition, you can go to stervinou blades data base.
Neottec Hinoki Carbon
Victas V>01 Limber 1.8mm
DHS G888 1.8mm
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Very nice collection Handshake
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I've spotted my small contribution to your collection. Very nice one!
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thank you for the share.

i do not think i have ever played with a conical blade!
Gambler Hinoki Vector or AVX J power-Double inverted. Gambler mech tek FH black on FH, tibhar elp or T05 red on BH. I can't seem to commit....
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Conic is "the better flared" Wink
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Tibhar IV-L,   Tibhar IV--S is an unique "asimmetrical" design.   I've been using those for over 20 years.   It feels much like a Naval Cannon in your hand.

And they getting even better with time. So nice, lovely thing.

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Handmades from BBC Charlie Smith 1 ply cedar, Ian Worz Klondike, TT-DE manufaktur and of course Master Ross Leidy with Soto Vocce and Rapscallion


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Neottec Hinoki Carbon
Victas V>01 Limber 1.8mm
DHS G888 1.8mm
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