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    Posted: 11/07/2018 at 9:12pm
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Quote The outer veneer is Koto, chosen for its quality and short in-game dwell time in comparison to more traditional outer veneers. This blade which combines superb touch with unbeatable power, gives you the possibility to be as creative, technical and powerful as Xu Xin. Dynasty Carbon Xu Xin Edition includes a signature of Xu Xin and features a uniquely designed lens by Xu Xin and his wife and former Chinese National Team player Yao Yan, describing their love story.
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In my day, we would have called this an Equipment post.
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I would really want to get this blade! Not sure if the xx edition is worth the extra.
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If it doesn't allow you to glide around the court like the Cloud Walker, what is the point? Smile
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Originally posted by jfolsen jfolsen wrote:

If it doesn't allow you to glide around the court like the Cloud Walker, what is the point? Smile


For that, you'd need to check his cloud walking shoes, lol
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I had a feeling the new blade would be an outer carbon (carbon layer closer to surface than core), I'm guessing to work better with the new ball. Crazy he his still able to his curvy shots with a more than subtle change like that
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So basically it's a N301 by Stiga, correct?
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Originally posted by Fabian1890 Fabian1890 wrote:

So basically it's a N301 by Stiga, correct?


Most likely not. It's outer carbon layer vs. inner, to begin with.
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Originally posted by jk92 jk92 wrote:

I had a feeling the new blade would be an outer carbon (carbon layer closer to surface than core), I'm guessing to work better with the new ball. Crazy he his still able to his curvy shots with a more than subtle change like that


I think I saw some pictures which confirmed that it's outer. Very thick core as well. Anyway, we can only gues how it plays, unless we take it to real games. But I'm very looking forward to it.

I'd like to have a N301, but it's too expensive and so hard to ensure its authenticity. Dynasty carbon might the anwser for a lot of penholders.

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ah you are right. I thought it was also inner carbon.
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I have already confirmed it with stiga. It has koto-textreme+ wood plies
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Originally posted by yogi_bear yogi_bear wrote:

I have already confirmed it with stiga. It has koto-textreme+ wood plies

I know the first two layers are koto and their new textrem+. But what about the third layer and the core?
I saw a short video form China, showing the Xu Xin edition that comes with a keyring and a autographed ball.
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Possibly like the Viscaria, then, but substituting Textreme+ for the ALC.
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The two blades will be available tomorrow on the Stiga website. The listed prices are quite high, the regular version for 240 euros and the XX version for 275 euros.... They better be worth it...
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Has anyone played with it? 
I haven't seen many comments about this blade yet. Curious to know.
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Originally posted by shinshiro shinshiro wrote:

Has anyone played with it? 
I haven't seen many comments about this blade yet. Curious to know.
I will receive my Dinasty Xu Xin soon. And with ST handle of course.
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Originally posted by Antuan Antuan wrote:

Originally posted by shinshiro shinshiro wrote:

Has anyone played with it? 
I haven't seen many comments about this blade yet. Curious to know.
I will receive my Dinasty Xu Xin soon. And with ST handle of course.

Great!
When you receive it, could you please also measure the ST handle?
I had a Stiga blade with ST handle before but it was too big for me (Stiga Allround classic WRB). If it is still the same, than will have to go with FL
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Originally posted by shinshiro shinshiro wrote:

Originally posted by Antuan Antuan wrote:

Originally posted by shinshiro shinshiro wrote:

Has anyone played with it? 
I haven't seen many comments about this blade yet. Curious to know.
I will receive my Dinasty Xu Xin soon. And with ST handle of course.

Great!
When you receive it, could you please also measure the ST handle?
I had a Stiga blade with ST handle before but it was too big for me (Stiga Allround classic WRB). If it is still the same, than will have to go with FL
I have my new Stiga Dynasty on my own! Clap
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Antuan please post a review once you have tried it :)
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Originally posted by t64t64t64 t64t64t64 wrote:

Antuan please post a review once you have tried it :)
I have tried this blade for 2 days and I will keep on playing with this amazing blade Clap
It has the typical "wood touch" from Stiga although it is a Carbon blade (teXtreme technology) with hard feeling and very low vibration. Dwell time is nice with T05 rubbers. And control is very good due to its amazing sweet spot.
Arc is medium (Timo Boll ALC is higher) and it is perfect for blocks and smash. Top spins is quite easy too. You can do a slow and parabolic top spin easily but you can do a straight topspin in medium distance too.
If you only let the blade hit the ball without intention the feeling is not good, but if you do the correct stroke you will love it! You can feel the ball on every stroke if you realize the complete arm movement. But don't mistake, it is not a slow blade at all!
Controled short serves are now much easier to do than Timo Boll ALC which is bouncier.


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Can you do a frequency test on the blade?
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Originally posted by Antuan Antuan wrote:

Originally posted by t64t64t64 t64t64t64 wrote:

Antuan please post a review once you have tried it :)
I have tried this blade for 2 days and I will keep on playing with this amazing blade Clap
It has the typical "wood touch" from Stiga although it is a Carbon blade (teXtreme technology) with hard feeling and very low vibration. Dwell time is nice with T05 rubbers. And control is very good due to its amazing sweet spot.
Arc is medium (Timo Boll ALC is higher) and it is perfect for blocks and smash. Top spins is quite easy too. You can do a slow and parabolic top spin easily but you can do a straight topspin in medium distance too.
If you only let the blade hit the ball without intention the feeling is not good, but if you do the correct stroke you will love it! You can feel the ball on every stroke if you realize the complete arm movement. But don't mistake, it is not a slow blade at all!
Controled short serves are now much easier to do than Timo Boll ALC which is bouncier.
could you compare the feel and speed to more blades, such as the carbonados or others or the TB ALC
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Originally posted by FruitLoop FruitLoop wrote:

Can you do a frequency test on the blade?
Sorry I can´t Confused
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[/QUOTE]could you compare the feel and speed to more blades, such as the carbonados or others or the TB ALC[/QUOTE]
I have played with Carbonado 45 and 145 too. I´d say Dynasty Carbon is similar in terms of velocity to 145 with the control of 45 one. Perhaps Carbonado blades have a more noticeable "hollow" feeling, main characteristic of most of modern Stiga blades (Carbo 7.6, Carbonado, Infinity...).
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[/QUOT
could you compare the feel and speed to more blades, such as the carbonados or others or the TB ALC[/QUOTE]
I have played with Carbonado 45 and 145 too. I´d say Dynasty Carbon is similar in terms of velocity to 145 with the control of 45 one. Perhaps Carbonado blades have a more noticeable "hollow" feeling, main characteristic of most of modern Stiga blades (Carbo 7.6, Carbonado, Infinity...).
[/QUOTE]sounds like a fine blade
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Originally posted by tom tom wrote:

Originally posted by Antuan Antuan wrote:

could you compare the feel and speed to more blades, such as the carbonados or others or the TB ALC
I have played with Carbonado 45 and 145 too. I´d say Dynasty Carbon is similar in terms of velocity to 145 with the control of 45 one. Perhaps Carbonado blades have a more noticeable "hollow" feeling, main characteristic of most of modern Stiga blades (Carbo 7.6, Carbonado, Infinity...).
[/QUOTE]sounds like a fine blade[/QUOTE]
No doubt. I like it very much. Don’t forget this is the most expensive blade from Stiga...
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