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    Posted: 09/11/2017 at 4:44am
Does anyone know how to contact NEOTTEC ? Seem like their website www.neottec.com does not exist.
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There is address on the bottom of the TT balls box I have:

NEOTTEC Sport Osaka Corp.

Frejgatan 13
114 79 Stockholm
Sweden
www.neottec.com

Also, I found this e-mail address:
[email protected]

You may ask TT11 about Neottec.

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Correct e-mail address of Neottec is [email protected] 

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The whois database returns the following data for neottec.com

https://www.whois.com/whois/neottec.com

Contact
Name: James, Alex
Organization: NEOTTEC Sport Osaka Corp.
Street: 8 Copthall
City: Roseau Valley
Postal Code: 00152
Country: DO

If DO is Dominican Republic, that's quite far away frow Sweden. But the company name is correct.
Using archive org I found that the website was active. E.g. in 2015 it said:

This website will be ready soon...
NEOTTEC Sport Osaka Corp.
Frejgatan 13
114 79 Stockholm
Sweden
[email protected]

Then, in 2016, it went offline.
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do anyone tried their blades and products? their price is very affordable, im interested in their gamma seven same as fextra structure.
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Originally posted by wappak wappak wrote:

do anyone tried their blades and products? their price is very affordable, im interested in their gamma seven same as fextra structure.

Here is review:
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote wappak Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04/18/2020 at 9:53am
Originally posted by igorigor igorigor wrote:

Originally posted by wappak wappak wrote:

do anyone tried their blades and products? their price is very affordable, im interested in their gamma seven same as fextra structure.

Here is review:

thanks for the link

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I tries their Hinomi-M rubber years ago when it was $13 and they were more than decent, it was your typical Japanese grippy rubber, not too fast but not slow at all, a do it all inverted rubber, the quintessential allround. At that price it could be the standard for premade inexpensive under $30 blades given that scale economies could bring the price down to under $10.


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that review on tt1 is right on point

05/01/2018 Good classic grippy rubber Review by Yi Zhang
This is a pretty good classic rubber. Fairly light with balanced power, spin and control. It’s not tacky, just very grippy. At such low price, its performance is outstanding.

I recommend this for beginners and intermediate allround players.


Edited by stiltt - 04/18/2020 at 10:43am
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Blades are really good and for such a low price it's a real bargain.
Voodoo has same construction as Korbel and can compete every day with it. Gamma All+ is very much looking like former grubba all+ now discontinued by bty. Hinoki Carbon is a Primorac off clone with a low weight. Balsa carbon is also fairly good. Revolution is a stiff 5 ply blade good for blocking and hitting. Amagi Off- is tender  like Jonyer Hinoki-H.
In short, I haven't met any bad neottec blade and they are selling well in France.


Edited by Jolan - 04/20/2020 at 2:35am
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Originally posted by Jolan Jolan wrote:

Blades are really good and for such a low price it's a real bargain.
Voodoo has same construction as Korbel and can compete every with it. Gamma All+ is very much looking like former grubba all+ now discontinued by bty. Hinoki Carbon is a Primorac off clone with a low weight. Balsa carbon is also fairly good. Revolution is a stiff 5 ply blade good for blocking and hitting. Amagi Off- is tender  like Jonyer Hinoki-H.
In short, I haven't met any bad neottec blade and they are selling well in France.
good to know that that are quality blades, a good choice for non EJs (EJs have a different set of value)
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I've been using the Magic Control blade for the past year and its been great. Amazing quality and performance for an affordable price.

I bought it out of curiosity just to test the conic handle, and maybe replace it later for a composite blade but I've been having my best results at the club so I'll stick with it. I'm currently using it with Karis M+ max on FH and 61second Kangaroo 1.5mm on BH, great control on both attack and chops

There is my short review if interested: http://revspin.net/blade/neottec-magic-control.html
Neottec Magic Control -CN : 999 Super 999T / 729 Super FX
Tibhar Triple Carbon -FL: 999 Super 999T / Yasaka ZAP
Donier Defensive -ST: Nexy Karis M+ / 999 Super 999T
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I’m assuming neottec hinomi is made in japan. Please correct me if I’m wrong. Thanks. 

Originally posted by stiltt stiltt wrote:

I tries their Hinomi-M rubber years ago when it was $13 and they were more than decent, it was your typical Japanese grippy rubber, not too fast but not slow at all, a do it all inverted rubber, the quintessential allround. At that price it could be the standard for premade inexpensive under $30 blades given that scale economies could bring the price down to under $10.


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that review on tt1 is right on point

05/01/2018 Good classic grippy rubber Review by Yi Zhang
This is a pretty good classic rubber. Fairly light with balanced power, spin and control. It’s not tacky, just very grippy. At such low price, its performance is outstanding.

I recommend this for beginners and intermediate allround players.
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Originally posted by patelaaaa patelaaaa wrote:

I’m assuming neottec hinomi is made in japan. Please correct me if I’m wrong. Thanks. 

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I am afraid I do not know, I use the expression "typical japanese rubber" to differentiate it from the ESN springy rubbers and the Chinese tacky ones that have less catapult than the 2 other.

I was surprised after a quick search that I could not find out who and where they are as a company. Maybe they just have a relationship with factories and they have stuff produced to their specifications (think "Killerspin") but they design and sell only; or maybe I am going down and I can't find easy stuff anymore Tongue.


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neottec is so unbearably underrated. they're the 729 of eurojap

their 7 ply is a cheap clipper clone and high as heck quality. I used an actual clipper with Hiromi M. I think this would be PERFECT for a begginer. More so than any other setup due to the fact is basically a Flextra for 50% off. 

the only issued I had with it is I used it to bridge a gap from Battle 2 to moving into MXP/G1 to get used to grippy rubbers and I find its acutally not very easy to lift backspin/loop. drives and touches are amazing and I actually despite this beat a team memeber who is usually 50/50 with my best set up (and I only win because style clash, she hates brushy brushy but get a much higher win % in leauges) by surprising her with getting everything back and backhand punches/blocks landing again and again. Which is not my game as i'm quite inconsistant and people know to target my backhand as not only a leftie but completely forehand reliant against players of a similar skill.

This might sound bad but for a recreational starting player who cannot loop anyway it provides a solid foundation to learn serves, pushing, blocking and driving all for the price of a 729 focus snipe. Not that it's better than a focus sniper but its a real japanese manufactuer and never even mentioned. I often forget about it.
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