tianliyu on 11/24/2013
This is actually one of the most underrated blades. The blade feels medium to soft, but not slow at all. The fiber is ALC, therefore it responses quick. The dwell time kind of short, but very controllable. I had doubts about its looping ability because of the short dwell time, but hell no, it loops very well. Also, since this blade is relatively light (andro officially says 90g, but I picked the lightest one, which is 83g only), I can pair it with heavy rubbers like T80 and Rasant.
Compared with my previous blade, BTY innerforce ZLF, I like this blade much better. Innerforce ZLF is also a very good blade, but it's kind of heavy (mine is 92g) and hence limits my choices of rubbers (like f3 bigslam). Innerforce ZLF does give me spinner top-spins (with same T80 rubber), but andro K-off compensates with more speed and control. And I also block better with andro K-off.
Anyway, I highly recommend this blade to whoever wanna try ALC blades. And hey, the price is much affordable than BTY fiber blades.
BTW, I also bought andro G-off, which is slower but even more controllable. It's good for beginners (though I'd suggest pure wood for beginners).
vietma on 11/13/2013
I just got an Andro Treiber K with Yasaka Mark V 2 mm on forehand and Andro Rasant Powersponge 2.1 mm on backhand. I've got to say Treiber K is a looping machine due to the softness and flexibility of the blade. The blade is quite thin which I really like. It's quite light weight too. I really enjoy playing backhand loop with Rasant Powersponge rubber on this blade. Even though the Treiber K is soft and flexible, it's very good for blocking too. Treiber K is also very cheap comparing to the Butterfly Timo Boll ALC in term of quality. I would have bought this Treiber K blade the first time I came back to play table tennis. I would highly recommend the Treiber K blade to any player who loves looping on both backhand and forehand.
oilboy 6 months ago
It's a very fast blade. It is mentioned in number of sites that K-fibre is flexible, which makes the blade good for looping. I disagree completely. Good loop is achievable only when you have a technique and paired the blade with slow spinny rubbers. Tried Rakza 7 & Rakza 7 soft max & 2mm (pretty fast rubbers). Control is exceptional but always comes with fair amount of speed, which forces you to limit yourself to pushes and blocks without giving freedom to execute other set of shots. Chopping and blocks with this blade when paired with Rakza is at its ultimate best...crisp and consistent. Hitting is very powerful. Planning to pair with slower rubbers to enhance looping capabilities of the blade. Ratings provided by Andro seems perfect.
yoass 10 months ago
Well balanced, powerful but very controllable. It's a gem.
gwirthsipp on 7/24/2016
Surprising at all. Tested more than 200 blades in the past. That's the king for my style (average skills, topspin oriented on both sides). Play with Giant Dragon Topenergy soft on forehand and Spinlord Marder II on backhand. Blade is strong in spinny serves, topspins, blocking. As it is bouncing Marder II in 1,5mm as allround rubber is perfect for chopping. So control is exceptional. Sometimes I play classic defence style for funny. Crazy you think playing a defence blade but for offence you have so much power. For proffs may be a bit too slow but for the normal one's Treiber K is worth to try it. Guess this blade is quite as good as any expensive Butterfly blade