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Originally posted by jonyer1980 jonyer1980 wrote:

It's has been a long time since I read this thread. I'm planning to give it another try this summertime before the seasons starts. I've been using RWV for 5 years with M2/Rozena and I'm really used to my setup,  I think I might switch to something harder on the FH with 47° at least. What do you think? Im a lefty power looper that opens wide angles with his BH, but my FH is much stronger than my BH. 

Do you feel it's still suitable for ABS ? Maybe GA8 50° could suit my FH?




I have tried JRE but I can't answer you questions because I only play for a session and to be honest I don't really click with hinoki since I have used mostly limba and koto blades.

But the reason I reply your post is because I ENVY YOU.......   You play with your set-up for 5 years!!!!.   I just can't do that.   Although I don't consider myself an EJ, still I can't fully commit to one blade.  Grass is always greener on the other side. Wink


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I know RWV is nearly the opposite because the harder outer ply different/less dwell time but I would like to improve my short game and receives. I was really comfy with RW, but sometimes I struggled with short game close to the table.


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hello, nobody tried it?
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Originally posted by jujudock76600 jujudock76600 wrote:

hello, nobody tried it?
We are talking about 200eur Joola blade, so you'll have to be patient.
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Guys, can someone share information about blade balance with heavy rubbers like t05, mxp?
Let's say one side is heavy rubber like mxp and bh side midum rubber like Hexer grip or aurus select 

Is it gonna be head heavy with this kind of setup?
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote mog1111 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 08/26/2020 at 8:08pm
This blade was very popular judging by this thread.

So does anyone still use this blade with the ABS ball?
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I have been using Joola Rossi Emotion for the past 4 maybe 5 years with T05 on my FH and Dignics 05 BH. The Dignics 05 was fairly recent, as I use to play with T05 on both sides. Is it heavy? Yep relatively heavy but I got used to it. I have some slower more spin loop oriented setup, and some pretty fast and stiff carbon type blades, but I have always come back to my JRE which for me gives the right combination of controllable offensive and defensive options. I stick to JRE because its just right for my skill set and its a whole lot of fun.
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Originally posted by Ray Ray wrote:

Joola Rossi Emotion has a new look:



also new size..

old model was 156 x 152

new model is 157 x 151

confirmed this info from Joola USA staff.


Edited by AMonteiro - 09/10/2020 at 1:15pm
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The new Rossi Emotion PBO-C is a great blade.  I've sold about 5 of them at our club.  It is faster than the original Rossi Emotion and just feels more solid.  I would categorize it as a slow Off blade or maybe even an OFF- blade.  It's definitely a great blade, with good control.  I played with it for a few months but when the new Freeze blade came out I started playing with it and really liked the extra speed it provided while still maintaining pretty good control.  
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Originally posted by AcudaDave AcudaDave wrote:

The new Rossi Emotion PBO-C is a great blade.  I've sold about 5 of them at our club.  It is faster than the original Rossi Emotion and just feels more solid.  I would categorize it as a slow Off blade or maybe even an OFF- blade.  It's definitely a great blade, with good control.  I played with it for a few months but when the new Freeze blade came out I started playing with it and really liked the extra speed it provided while still maintaining pretty good control.  

I do believe it is. However, the blade on the photo above is not new Rossi Emotion PBO-c (for those who don't know, PBO=Zylon), but Rossi Emotion (with two layers of 3K-c or "triple carbon").

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Acuda Dave, have you short pimple days been put behind you?
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Originally posted by AcudaDave AcudaDave wrote:

The new Rossi Emotion PBO-C is a great blade.  I've sold about 5 of them at our club.  It is faster than the original Rossi Emotion and just feels more solid.  I would categorize it as a slow Off blade or maybe even an OFF- blade
Puh, I just tested the PBO-C and in my eyes it is an the fast side of Off, more Off+ than Off-,
definitely too fast for me. Therefore I will offer it for sale this weekend
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