Animus Victoria

Animus Victoria Blade
Approx. $ 133 USD
Price $

User Ratings (2)

Speed 6.5
Control 9.0
Stiffness 6.0   
Stiff
Hardness 7.5   
Hard
Consistency 5.0   
Occasional variations
Overall 9.0 10
Manufacturer Details
Weight 86
Plies 5
Materials Rosewood, Hinoki, Hinoki, Kiri-Pawlonia, Hinoki
Thickness 6.3
There are 1 users using the Animus Victoria.
This is a blade designed for âcombiâ players, inspired by the now discontinued Nittaku Combi Wood Attack.
Being a rigid blade combines well with soft foam rubbers.
The different speeds of the two sides makes it ideal to those who uses an anti spin or short and long pip in combination with a smooth rubber.
Its characteristics make it particularly suitable for a game of pass and block (the ball is delayed precise and fast) but also all the other strokes can be made in safety;
Also, being moderately fast, is very good for the defenders ready to fight as soon as the opportunity presents itself.

Reviews (2)

MiloTT  5 months ago

The Victoria is a 5-layer elastic medium, I think it's a really successful product I find it difficult to find a defect since it's parabola and speed that control blend in a right mix is the classic chassis with which you can do all I did to make both.
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takashikon  on 3/8/2016

This is a blade for "combi" players that has been inspired by the no longer produced Nittaku Combi Wood Attack. Being a stiff blade it works well with soft sponge rubbers. The different speed of the two sides makes it ideal for players with anti spin or “pimples out” (both short and long) on one side together with a “pimples in” rubber on the other side. It is very good for drives and blocks (the ball returns precise and fast) but you can safely play every shot. As it is not too slow a defender can also easily attack as soon as he has the chance to do it.”
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