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    Posted: 02/04/2019 at 6:53am
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Has anyone tried Avalox AVX J-TECH blade in action? I would like to know your opinion. 

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I played with it quite a few years ago.  Are you looking for speed or spin?  I would say it would be adequate for spin with H3 but I would personally have problem with the speed or power.  It would have good control with most rubbers.
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This fellow seems to have enough power with it:
Overall a nice test of the Avalox AVX J-TECH blade.
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Originally posted by Matt Pimple Matt Pimple wrote:

This fellow seems to have enough power with it:
Overall a nice test of the Avalox AVX J-TECH blade.
 I would bet you he wasn't using H3 on his BH, which was the side on which the only successful kill shot was made,  I used H3 in my comment because I noticed the OP listed it as equipment
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Thanks for the info guys. I like the feel of soft blades and enjoy placing ball precisely. At this stage I am learning to watch opponent's position behind the table and his/her racket trying to take that into account when placing the ball. Sort of making it harder to receive. I am trying to do it in short delicate game and also away from the table. I was thinking to score two points - add 5ply kiso to my collection and at the same time have playable instrument for good ball control.

Yes, most likely I would put H3N on BH and H3 or 729-08 ES on FH
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"I am trying to do it in short delicate game and also away from the table. I was thinking to score two points - add 5ply kiso to my collection and at the same time have playable instrument for good ball control."
It is good blade for those purposes
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