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    Posted: 10/10/2018 at 12:02am
Could anyone kindly comment on the above two blades from Darker?

I am currently using Butterfly Innerforce Layer ZLC, FL, with Hurricane 3 Province and T05 on the forehand and backhand respectively. I am looking for a blade replacement that could generate more spin but without losing its speed.

Thanks in advance.
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I am nobody to change your mind but a few members here would sell mom and dad for your actual setup. I believe you won’t gain any proportional added value by spending more time, energy, money and frustration into a desperate upgrade.
Is it very important to keep H3 prof on the fh, because your technique was modeled after its characteristics maybe? I have seen 2200 usatt players going from h3 national after a decade in China training (good form) to T05 and the arc becomes high and predictable so I understand why you tried that and didn’t like it. (is it a correct assumption?)
Before getting rid of your nice blade, you could give a chance to slightly boosted Rhyzer 50 or Rasanter R50? H3 experienced users can make those work and the topsheet will be non tacky.
I hope my random thoughts in the bus commuting back home are not reaching as invasive to your game.


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Many thanks for your valuable comment and consideration!
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I had EJ syndrome Smile Now I am cured Wink And the reason is Darker Liberta Synergy. After getting the first one (T05 and T80) I've got a second one right away. And it was almost 2 years ago just after the blade came out on the market. Now I changed the rubbers to Rising Dragon but I stick to Darker LS. The blade has all you need. I sold more of the blades I had (more than 20) and still like this one. The Innerforce ZLC is a great blade also. If you like it and can spin the ball well stick to it. Do not think that with the Liberta Synergy you will spin it more. Just try to improve your technic.


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Darker Liberta Synergy • RDragon • RDragon
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Thanks for your information and advice, Pepinho.

I thought I could make more spins with Liberta Synergy but luckily you have mentioned this to me.

I am still using Innerforce Layer ZLC and will try more effort with it!
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