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    Posted: 11/21/2012 at 2:17pm
Does anybody know blades that look or play like this blade and have the same structure as the Schlager Carbon? Maybe there are clones?
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Old Primorac Carbon is pretty close
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is there difference between the old and new Primorac?
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Galaxy/Yinhe T-1

It's supposed to be a pretty decent clone.
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Yinhe has good Clones indeed, thanks

I think Schlager could be playing with Primorac Carbon in 2002 if I look at the handle
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T-1 is even faster.

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Originally posted by DHSHurricane DHSHurricane wrote:


I think Schlager could be playing with Primorac Carbon in 2002 if I look at the handle
Last year, the father of a girl playing at WSA asked me to send him a Primo Carbon he wanted to present to Werner, which I did.
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Originally posted by DHSHurricane DHSHurricane wrote:

Yinhe has good Clones indeed, thanks

I think Schlager could be playing with Primorac Carbon in 2002 if I look at the handle

According to Pushblocker (a friend of childhood from Werner) he always played with a 91grm Primorac Carbon with SC handle.


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JUIC Hinoki Carbon
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Primorac Carbon is a Schlager Carbon with thinner (0.5mm) core.
Joola Rossi Force is not good enough to compare it to the Butterfly's blades.


Edited by Stavros - 11/22/2012 at 7:31am
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2 of my friends each got Yinhe T2 and commented it is very simliar to Primorac Carbon (that they also own),  but just lighter.
Which is a good thing, considering that all these newer tensor rubbers are pretty heavy.
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If you like Ma Lin Carbon you will be disgusted with T-1, T-2, Primo Carbon, etc. superhollow blades. Save your money for a better cause.
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Originally posted by Stavros Stavros wrote:

Primorac Carbon is a Schlager Carbon with thinner (0.5mm) core.
Joola Rossi Force is not good enough to compare it to the Butterfly's blades.
I am afraid you are mistaken; the Joola Rossi Force is actually better than the Butterfly Schlager Carbon and the Primorac Carbon together. 
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Xiom strato was also said to be similar to Schlager
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Originally posted by fatt fatt wrote:

Originally posted by Stavros Stavros wrote:

Primorac Carbon is a Schlager Carbon with thinner (0.5mm) core.
Joola Rossi Force is not good enough to compare it to the Butterfly's blades.
I am afraid you are mistaken; the Joola Rossi Force is actually better than the Butterfly Schlager Carbon and the Primorac Carbon together. 

I have all three blades. Joola Rossi Force's quality is much worst than Primorac and Shclager Carbon.
Rossi looks like a cheap Chinese construction.
You may be lucky and got a good Rossi Force. The quality control of Joola is awful compared to Butterfly's Japanese products. 
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Originally posted by jonyer1980 jonyer1980 wrote:

Originally posted by DHSHurricane DHSHurricane wrote:

Yinhe has good Clones indeed, thanks

I think Schlager could be playing with Primorac Carbon in 2002 if I look at the handle

According to Pushblocker (a friend of childhood from Werner) he always played with a 91grm Primorac Carbon with SC handle.


what is a SC handle? straight/curve? 
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Schlager Carbon Handle
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Originally posted by Kangp Kangp wrote:

Schlager Carbon Handle

After 4 years the mystery has finally been solved!

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I was looking to see if I could find a SC for sale but came upon this thread. 
Might as well right? LOL
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Werner Schlager was using a Primorac Carbon blade before they had developed Schlager Carbon, which had a slightly thicker inner ply, which took the blade up to 95-96 grams. He likes his blades to be 91 grams, so they used a Primorac Carbon blade with a different handle, thus creating the Schlager Carbon. That's the only thing that is different about his set-up apparently. He also uses off the shelf Tenergy 05 as well. 

I'm also interested in buying a Schlager Carbon. Thought I would post just to make sure. 
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Schlager carbon is a great blade, but it will make you smash and hit the. oll rather than loop.
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I have on in fl for sale 200$
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I have a SC FL in very good condition for sale. First of the silver tags, produced same year as black tags

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I wonder why almost everybody calls the famous blade Schlager Carbon. There is no such blade. The name of the blade is Schlager. Then came Schlager Light.
The "Carbon" was added to Primorac with Tamca 5000. That blade was called Primorac Carbon, because there was the Primorac blade before.
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There is major difference in primorac carbon and schlager carbon.
The center ply of primorac carbon is BALSA and schlager carbon is KIRI
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I have schlager carbon that I can sell !
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Sardius is even more better than Schlager.
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