Andro Treiber Q

Andro Treiber Q Blade
Approx. $ 99 USD
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User Ratings (5)

Speed 9.5
Control 9.1
Stiffness 5.0   
Average
Hardness 6.7   
Medium hard
Consistency 10.0   
Always identical
Overall 9.6 10
Manufacturer Details
Weight 88g
Fibre Reinforced Plywood - three words describing the common denominator of the Treiber blade line and moreover the basic characteristic of Treiber Q: a synthetic fiber integrated into the veneer composition increasing the blade's sweet spot. Treiber Q lives on the impulse given by the so called Q-Fibre placed directly under the outer ply.

The Kiri core and Koto outer ply antagonize the hardness of the carbon layer to ensure maximum control and convenient playing feel. Treiber Q bundles all energy into the stroke. No vibrations, no energy loss!

Reviews (3)

Konjekture  3 days ago

Best played with Euro/Jap tensor rubbers. Plays good short game, pushes anywhere at anytime. Can loop close and far way from the table. Easy looping from close to far way, easy control with looping chops. Can smash any ball that is a hint to high. Can stand up and slap it back with almost explosive blocking returns without much energy required. Played Skyline TG 3 Neo, non boosted, no good, boosted, still requires extra effort. Current setup, Yasaka Rakza 7 (FH) and Rakza 9 (BH), helps win exponentially with less effort but can put in work and run the table.
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ex_hai05  on 11/16/2015

Design for Looping style but Smash is good feeling and exactly. Rakza 7 is suitable for FH but I think R9 is bester.
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quanghienvn  on 5/8/2015

Why i can't see speed or control of Treiber Q?
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