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Topic: donier rr off- review
Posted By: Purett
Subject: donier rr off- review
Date Posted: 08/03/2017 at 7:39am
please leave you're review



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Posted By: NextLevel
Date Posted: 08/10/2017 at 9:31am
I will do a fuller test today with T05.  The blade has a significantly oversized head (160 by 160 or something like that) but has an interesting balance (will see what happens with more extensive play).  With 2 T05, it comes in at 194g, which is around the weight of plenty of what I use, which I found surprising.  The more circular head design seems to move the sweet spot closer to the true center of the blade, at least, it seemed that way as when I tried to use my usual contact point, I often hit the ball long, but when I hit closer to the center, I was more accurate.

Below is a short video.



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https://youtu.be/jhO4K_yFhh8?t=115" rel="nofollow - I like putting heavy topspin on the ball...
Mazunov
FH: TBD (MX-S, C1)
BH: C1
Lumberjack TT, not for lovers of beautiful strokes. No time to train...


Posted By: Purett
Date Posted: 08/10/2017 at 10:36am
Originally posted by NextLevel NextLevel wrote:

I will do a fuller test today with T05.  The blade has a significantly oversized head (160 by 160 or something like that) but has an interesting balance (will see what happens with more extensive play).  With 2 T05, it comes in at 194g, which is around the weight of plenty of what I use, which I found surprising.  The more circular head design seems to move the sweet spot closer to the true center of the blade, at least, it seemed that way as when I tried to use my usual contact point, I often hit the ball long, but when I hit closer to the center, I was more accurate.

Below is a short video.



great we'll wait for the next one


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Posted By: icontek
Date Posted: 08/12/2017 at 9:17pm
good feedback Nextlevel!

but any idea why this was posted in the general section instead of the Equipment forum?


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Posted By: NextLevel
Date Posted: 08/13/2017 at 2:35am
So I have played with it a little more. I am intrigued enough to buy one for testing further, but I don't like a few things about it especially the size of its wings. It is head heavy with a double inverted setup and has great control, but the speed with 05 is lacking and I want to confirm that this is just the case. But the head heaviness means that you need a deeper grip but the large wings keep you much lower on the handle than ideal. So when I get mine, I will sand down the wings and see if that makes it better or not.

So I am not sure what to make of it right now. Not where I expected to end up, but it is where I am. Ready to send to another tester since I have already ordered one.

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https://youtu.be/jhO4K_yFhh8?t=115" rel="nofollow - I like putting heavy topspin on the ball...
Mazunov
FH: TBD (MX-S, C1)
BH: C1
Lumberjack TT, not for lovers of beautiful strokes. No time to train...


Posted By: Purett
Date Posted: 08/13/2017 at 8:08am
Originally posted by NextLevel NextLevel wrote:

So I have played with it a little more. I am intrigued enough to buy one for testing further, but I don't like a few things about it especially the size of its wings. It is head heavy with a double inverted setup and has great control, but the speed with 05 is lacking and I want to confirm that this is just the case. But the head heaviness means that you need a deeper grip but the large wings keep you much lower on the handle than ideal. So when I get mine, I will sand down the wings and see if that makes it better or not.

So I am not sure what to make of it right now. Not where I expected to end up, but it is where I am. Ready to send to another tester since I have already ordered one.
thank you 
i'll pm you the next tester


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Posted By: pgpg
Date Posted: 08/13/2017 at 10:15am
Is there a backstory to this thread? Looks like it's a review blade making the rounds, but no explanation whatsoever how it came to be, what's so special about Dornier, who is Rob Roberts etc.

P.S. I have one of Donier's defensive blades - they are made in Estonia, I believe, and apparently are famous for their value: cheap and high quality. 


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Posted By: Purett
Date Posted: 08/13/2017 at 11:56am
Originally posted by pgpg pgpg wrote:

Is there a backstory to this thread? Looks like it's a review blade making the rounds, but no explanation whatsoever how it came to be, what's so special about Dornier, who is Rob Roberts etc.

P.S. I have one of Dornier's defensive blades - they are made in Estonia, I believe, and apparently are famous for their value: cheap and high quality. 
it's robert roberts the blade is a oversized blade for people who like bigger blades 
and it's offensive blade


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Posted By: NextLevel
Date Posted: 09/07/2017 at 7:37am
Going to try this for a while.  The only rubber I have now that can fit is Hexer so that is my rubber for the next few months.

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https://youtu.be/jhO4K_yFhh8?t=115" rel="nofollow - I like putting heavy topspin on the ball...
Mazunov
FH: TBD (MX-S, C1)
BH: C1
Lumberjack TT, not for lovers of beautiful strokes. No time to train...


Posted By: windysummer1
Date Posted: 02/09/2021 at 11:17pm
115 mm handle? 

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