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    Posted: 01/19/2019 at 8:25pm
84 grams.
Used for less than 10 hours. 
Very slightly sanded. 
Two tiny almost invisible dents, filled with super glue. So two glue marks left on the edge (see the pics).

PayPal gift (or buyer pays the fee) $95 shipped to continental U.S. states. 




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How is the feeling?
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It feels like all-wood blade most of the time. Its power is released only when you loop hard. I would say it is a good weapon for RPB loopers.

Forget about it, if you game involves a lot of traditional pen-hold backhand push. 
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Have inneeforce zlc, any differences?
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I had Inner ZLC too. To me, it is quite unpredictable, especially at low gears. Easy to hit either too short or too long. It stabilizes only at very high gears. 

ALC.S doesn't have the power of ZLC at high gears, but is much more controllable at all gears. I like ALC.S better, but it is too soft to deliver effective back-hand pushes. 

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Have inneeforce zlc, any differences?
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just use Nittaku Barwell Fleet cpen instead man.  I had a ZJK Super ZLC cpen, and even after buying it for 2 months, I still didn't bother to play with it because how much I liked my NBF.  It's got the power, speed, and weight.  Perfect for rpb and punch blocks.
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You are right! I have ZLC, ALC.S, and ZLF. Despite a bit lack of power, I like ALC.S the most. ZLC is quite unpredictable. ALC.S is very controllable.
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It sounds like an interesting C-pen option. My main concern is about its weight. I guess it would be hard to get one within 80g-84g range.  

Originally posted by liulin04 liulin04 wrote:

just use Nittaku Barwell Fleet cpen instead man.  I had a ZJK Super ZLC cpen, and even after buying it for 2 months, I still didn't bother to play with it because how much I liked my NBF.  It's got the power, speed, and weight.  Perfect for rpb and punch blocks.
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Originally posted by MalinHD MalinHD wrote:

You are right! I have ZLC, ALC.S, and ZLF. Despite a bit lack of power, I like ALC.S the most. ZLC is quite unpredictable. ALC.S is very controllable.


Totally. I think ALC.S is one of the few butterfly blades with characteristics that fit C-Pen style. However, its controllability (lack of power) also makes it physically demanding. I would stick to it if I were 10 years younger:)
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good to know guys. Probably not for me.I used to play Primorac Carbon. ZLC is already pretty soft for me, let alone ALC.
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haha, if you guys do not like inner zlc, I can take them.
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