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    Posted: 05/12/2018 at 5:53pm
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Very nice.  Let us know your thoughts on them when you try them out.
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I will, the Rosewood V are extremely rare in that not only they are both in Conic (Champ) but also the weights are 77 and 78 grams, which is way under the standard weight for Rosewood 5. And the Joola Bomb Extrem are out of production now
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I didn't know it was possible to procure tremors.
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Wow 78 gram r5 that is rare!! Also, since the rosewood versions of the metal logos, the quality is really topnotch and the nct finish is thinner
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78g hey?  Interesting.  Have you played heavier ones?  I'm curious how the lighter ones match up.  I tend to like light blades a lot, but a lot of blades play much better when heavier.  
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where did you buy the bomb?
it's discontinued.
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Originally posted by MCollins MCollins wrote:

78g hey?  Interesting.  Have you played heavier ones?  I'm curious how the lighter ones match up.  I tend to like light blades a lot, but a lot of blades play much better when heavier.  
yes, one is 77, the other is 78, I had a 80 gram FL rose 5 before
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where did you buy the bomb?
it's discontinued.
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someone told me that the joola bomb extrem along with stiga titanium (not the titanium 5.4) are the fastest blades on the market, way faster than the schlager carbon or sardius
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I had a bomb fast.
Due to the added thickness it's great for holding, very comfortable.
Speed was ok, similar to a heavy viscaria.

The only issue I had was that it's a blade for playing above and close to the table.
Once you go far away, the blade doesn't give enough curve to the ball so this becomes uncomfortable when looping from far away.

Check the review of boll alc from timo boll himself.
He mentions the same problem when talking about hinoki carbon blades.
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heavy viscaria? how heavy? 96grams?
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above 90g.

I also had joola mc1.
Same thing, an off blade, for playing close to the table.
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i have joola mc1, joola kool and this time joola bomb extrem, i don't think i will get a joola r1 though cause it is too thick at 14mm
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how thick is the joola bomb fast? 8mm?
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don't know.
sold it to a guy in USA who said he never received it and demanded to have his money back.
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A 96 grams Schlager Carbon Light (I know, it is not that light)
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