regmonta 6 months ago
Plies: limba 0.6mm - zlc 0.25mm - limba 0.6mm - kiri 2.8mm.
semiambidextrous on 7/7/2014
True, it takes a few sessions/hours to get used to handling the short game. But first of all, EVERYTHING else will compensate you for those adaptation practices, and once you have tamed this monster, it is better then Innerforce ZLC, has more energy (and perhaps even faster) than ZJ Super ZLC, and feels greater than any other carbon blades out there. And I have tried a few. Smashes are perfect. Opening loops require your most delicate touch, but what doesn't, frankly? This is not a sport of crazy straight hitters, and never been. So, if you want to improve your skills in a way that you do not have to fear to reach the limits of the equipment, just put some Tenergies on this blade, and enjoy life.
JoeMarioZ on 1/20/2015
Changed from Innerforce ULC, I've also used the DHS HK III, and the TB T5000 before those, control wise, its almost right up there with the HK, but a bit to stiff to feel safe enough. FAST, almost as fast but more consistent and forgiving than the T5000. I'd come from a medium blade and went into a medium hard one, I like being in between, but I'm still getting used to the feel, the feedback is good enough, but I'd like to get a bit more vibration from it, its a good balance between speed and control, med distance and defensive play is the best I've had, it just lacks on backhand consistency for my gameplay, I'll swap my current rubber to a slower one to see how it fares...
albert_metro on 4/24/2013
Speed and control is amazing, it can handle play close and away from the table. Spin ,Loop is incredible very spiny , Blocking,pushing,driving is perfectly great even in smashing, its suits my playing style and level-up & improve my playing performance.
silva on 7/16/2012
this blade is really nice but expensive. i do not find this blade as fast as the ratings here though which is good. i really like the ST handle version of this blade.