Andro Fibercomp DEF

Andro Fibercomp DEF Blade
Approx. $ 46 USD
Price $

User Ratings (15)

Speed 7.2
Control 9.0
Stiffness 5.1   
Average
Hardness 5.5   
Medium
Consistency 9.1   
Always identical
Overall 8.9 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 75 / 100
Control 99 / 100
Weight 85g
Plies 7
Materials Balsa core, Glassfiber layers
There are 3 users using the Andro Fibercomp DEF.
The magic weapon for defensive players searching for outstanding control! If you combine this 7-layer DEF plywood with long pimple out rubbers you can easily play dangerous stop blocks right behind the net. Further the FIBERCOMP enables you to play flutter balls with a high disruption factor. Dependent on the situation it is - specifically due to the blade construction strengthened by two glass fiber veneers - possible to switch immediately to offensive playing. In the defence play this high class plywood technology has an excellent spin reversal. Due to its balsa core the blade is light-weight and provides an ideal ball feedback. The blade design is around 156mm with an extra large sweetspot that minimises the mistake level!

Reviews (9)

maryusilie  on 10/30/2016

My favorite blade!! I play with giant long 0.5 and palio cj8000 biotech, The blade is stiff and require soft rubber and slow, because is quite fast like off- blade. Works well for short 2 The table block, attack with la, chop... Best blade for allround game with lp
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Omut  on 12/11/2014

I played with this blade with Dornenglanz ox for a long time, but stopped using it because it lucks unique identity. I should notice this blade has no infamous balsa feel, whether you like it or hate it. The blade is average in spin generation and in spin sensitiveness. Hardness and stiffness feel is medium. There are many faster and many slower blades made for defensive players. It can be a good blade to develop long pips skills. As you become more sure with your pips you will probably switch to a faster blade.
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chop  7 months ago

Andro Fibercomp blade is a good choice for blocking game. I've tried many rubbers and long pimples on this blade to find what combination will suite my style of play best. What I like about this blade is CONTROL. Looks like Andro put a lot of effort to design Fibercomp. I get the most deception from Fibercomp when paired it with Tibhar DTecS (OX) red. It was successful combination, and I got huge amount of reverse and strange effects on the ball,while blocking and chop-blocking with it. Chopping was easy and precise. I will list some of the pips that played well on Andro Fibercomp: Tibhar Grass DTecS (OX) (the best so far) SpinLorgd Dornenglanz(OX) Dawei Saviga V (OX) Sword Scylla (OX) Palio CK531A (0.6mm) Giant Dragon Meteorite (0.6mm) Giant Dragon Cropcircles (1.2mm) All these pimples had great reverse and deception and were easy to control with Fibercomp blade. Overall, Fibercomp is a good, controllable blade for blocking game. It is not blade for chopping, though it performs very well with long pimples.
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garbol  on 2/23/2015

very good blade, especially for OX LP great control for LP stiff (provided by glass fibre) stiff gives u power na fh, better reversal and bigger sweet spot head of the blade not as big a other def blades, what is good, easier to maneuver and twiddle balsa core
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AndrewL  on 3/12/2014

I love this thing. It has great vibration for the long pips that I use (TSP curl P1r 1.0-1.3mm), and its very easy to control. I am still unsure what to put on the forehand, because it is very fast. Being a modern defender, it is always good to surprise your opponent with an attack every once in a while. The attacks on this blade are endless. I have used Andro Rasant and Xiom Sigma1Pro so far, and I would have to say Rasant is too fast, and quite hard to control. Blocking is super easy, chopping is effortless, but looping will take some time, as the ball seems to fly very fast. Overall, favorite blade I've tried!
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