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Originally posted by AmiciSumus AmiciSumus wrote:

Originally posted by zeon zeon wrote:

My Handmade new weapon 



Hi,
I realy loved your blade > Realy pretty!
Sorry, could I ask where you bought this ?!
Cheers!
Ray
Thank you. 
My friend likes to make a blade. I did not buy. Because it is not sold


Edited by zeon - 10/29/2018 at 1:11am
Blade chuan chih-yuan
Rubber: FH haifu whale2
BH Shark 2
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Are you willing to sell your viscaria st blade? 😊
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Stiga Azalea Offensive with GEWO Nexxus EL Pro 43 and 38 (2.1mm)








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New TOys :))
Blade chuan chih-yuan
Rubber: FH haifu whale2
BH Shark 2
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Blade: TB ALC, ZJ SZLC
Rubbers: FH Tenergy 05
BH Tenergy 05
Feedback: http://mytabletennis.net/forum/forum_posts.asp?TID=63937&KW=Johnny+Erasure&PID=764628&title=feedback-for-johnny-erasure#764628
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wow..awesome T5000 collection..Thanks for ssharing..
Blade chuan chih-yuan
Rubber: FH haifu whale2
BH Shark 2
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My gratulation Johnny. Thumbs Up Really fantastic blades. Clap
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Beautiful blades Johnny. Congratulations!!
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Not my playing-blade, but a really special blade to test.  Wink


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Those are so rare in the FS section. They must be very good, the only ones I see FS in France or here are from people who have 3 or more and decide to sell the older ones.

Can't wait to try it! it arrived from France in 4 days (Colissimo service from the French post office, it costs 24,35 euros for up to 500gr package).

If anybody sees something from the FS section of matostt.com or tennis-de-table.com, let me know I can help.

 
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My new setup! Big smile




Palatinus handmade. 5,7mm, 5ply, OFF

FH: T05
BH: T80


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Wow, is that a custom Virtuoso? I have one that is very similar if not the same. Its handle is made of rosewood and for me, its SQST handle is the most comfortable ST handle I have found so far. I will provide a few photos of it tomorrow.

Life is too short for defensive play.

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote fzolesz Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 12/25/2019 at 6:00am
well it looks like Virtuoso but it is faster. Different layer thickness, for example the second one is thicker, the outer limba is harder and the weight is 95gr ,so it has a lot of power in it.

Show us your Palatinus blade! 
Palatinus handmade. 5,7mm, 5ply, OFF

FH: T05
BH: T80


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Originally posted by Ray Ray wrote:

Wow, is that a custom Virtuoso? I have one that is very similar if not the same. Its handle is made of rosewood and for me, its SQST handle is the most comfortable ST handle I have found so far. I will provide a few photos of it tomorrow.


So, here is my 91.6g heavy Palatinus blade (full-size photos are at:
https://imgur.com/a/imfgoqR):









Life is too short for defensive play.

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This is my 2020's weapon




 Quite powerful indeed
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I could not play with that weight :D 
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Originally posted by ultraspin98 ultraspin98 wrote:

This is my 2020's weapon

 Quite powerful indeed


Bahhhh ......You rock, bro! Highest I tried to play was about 210 grams.
I could handle weight about 200 grams today, but...
For 227 grams I will need to do more fitness. Big smile
Are you weightlifter? Cool
You are doing tt like a boss! Beer



Edited by kolevtt - 01/02/2020 at 6:52pm
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Originally posted by kolevtt kolevtt wrote:

Bahhhh ......You rock, bro! Highest I tried to play was about 210 grams. 
I could handle weight about 200 grams today, but...
For 227 grams I will need to do more fitness. Big smile
Are you weightlifter? Cool
You are doing tt like a boss! Beer


Yeah you are right, this is an absolute beast. I'm used to play with a racket in the range of 200g, my other setup weight 194g. I tried to play one friendly tournament with a racket that weights 202g and at the end of the day I was really exhausted. Unfortunately I'm not a weightlifter Ermm
I hope that I will have enough power to win a 3rd ball attack Shocked


Edited by ultraspin98 - 01/03/2020 at 4:51am
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Originally posted by ultraspin98 ultraspin98 wrote:

Originally posted by kolevtt kolevtt wrote:

Bahhhh ......You rock, bro! Highest I tried to play was about 210 grams. 
I could handle weight about 200 grams today, but...
For 227 grams I will need to do more fitness. Big smile
Are you weightlifter? Cool
You are doing tt like a boss! Beer


Yeah you are right, this is an absolute beast. I'm used to play with a racket in the range of 200g, my other setup weight 194g. I tried to play one friendly tournament with a racket that weights 202g and at the end of the day I was really exhausted. Unfortunately I'm not a weightlifter Ermm
I hope that I will have enough power to win a 3rd ball attack Shocked


How can a set-up be that heavy? Did you put the handle caps off and put some nails in it?
Lets say each rubber is 60g cut (= 120g), which would be enormous by the way, plus several layers of glue (maybe 7-8g), it would mean that the blade itself weighs about 100g!!! Can you elaborate a bit more on what makes your set-up so heavy?
My heaviest set-up ever was 205g if I remember correctly and I couldn't play with it; particularly the bh side was difficult.


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Originally posted by Skynet Skynet wrote:

How can a set-up be that heavy? Did you put the handle caps off and put some nails in it?
Lets say each rubber is 60g cut (= 120g), which would be enormous by the way, plus several layers of glue (maybe 7-8g), it would mean that the blade itself weighs about 100g!!! Can you elaborate a bit more on what makes your set-up so heavy?
My heaviest set-up ever was 205g if I remember correctly and I couldn't play with it; particularly the bh side was difficult.

I think that this huge weight derives from various factors. 
The blade itself (Nittaku Ma Long carbon) weights 98g, plus the edge tape and the glue probably has reached 100g. The forehand rubber is a nittaku hurricane 3 pro turbo blue, this is the heaviest rubber commercially available: 91g uncut!! 
The backhand rubber is a victas V>15 exra that weights 73g uncut. Another relevant factor is that the head dimensions of the blade are bigger than standard butterfly blades. For instance a standard butterfly blade is 150x157mm this one is 152x161. Given that the head is bigger the rubber results heavier.
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Originally posted by ultraspin98 ultraspin98 wrote:

Originally posted by Skynet Skynet wrote:

How can a set-up be that heavy? Did you put the handle caps off and put some nails in it?
Lets say each rubber is 60g cut (= 120g), which would be enormous by the way, plus several layers of glue (maybe 7-8g), it would mean that the blade itself weighs about 100g!!! Can you elaborate a bit more on what makes your set-up so heavy?
My heaviest set-up ever was 205g if I remember correctly and I couldn't play with it; particularly the bh side was difficult.

I think that this huge weight derives from various factors. 
The blade itself (Nittaku Ma Long carbon) weights 98g, plus the edge tape and the glue probably has reached 100g. The forehand rubber is a nittaku hurricane 3 pro turbo blue, this is the heaviest rubber commercially available: 91g uncut!! 
The backhand rubber is a victas V>15 exra that weights 73g uncut. Another relevant factor is that the head dimensions of the blade are bigger than standard butterfly blades. For instance a standard butterfly blade is 150x157mm this one is 152x161. Given that the head is bigger the rubber results heavier.


Wow, very interesting. 91g is indeed ultra-heavy for an uncut rubber. Thank you for the explanation. Good luck to you (and your wrist). Stay healthy..
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