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Gambler Arylate Carbon

Gambler Arylate Carbon ping pong blade
Approx. $ 32 USD
Price $

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Ratings  (rated 11 times)

There are 3 users using the Gambler Arylate Carbon.
From community:
Speed   7.5
Control   8.7
Stiffness   4.6 - Average
Hardness   5.3 - Medium
Consistency   10.0 - Always identical
Overall   8.3 10
Plies   7
Materials   5 plies of wood; 2 plies of Arylate-carbon
From manufacturer:
Speed 80.0 / 100
Control 90.0 / 100
Weight 78g +/- 5g

Reviews of the Gambler Arylate Carbon

Review ppgear said this on March 1, 2008:

Despite the carbon-arylate, it's a slow blade. I'd recommend it for more defensive players.
Review Anonymous said this on October 12, 2009:

Great Modern Defender style blade. Very consistent, great blocking ability, with more than enough speed to hit some winners. I use this blade with Gambler Outlaw (Pre-tune) max on forehand and Globe 999 1.8 on backhand. Great for chopping, touch shots, looping from the table and at mid distance, and does well in service. Great blade for the price.
Review JimT said this on February 4, 2010:

Very good ALL+ blade. I would not recommend to real defenders, but it is definitely a very good option for allround players. Very consistent and reliable, cheap and sturdy. Can smash and spin, too.
Review queensryche said this on August 21, 2010:

I have tested ower 50 blades. Works well with tuned chinese rubbers. My set is Focus2 tuned, DHS TNT tuned. Amazing kontrol and spin, very good chop. Better than blades ower double price.
Review Larry "Boneman" Bone said this on October 18, 2010:

Nice blade for the money. Equipped mine with geospin tacky 1.5mm on both sides. Excellent controlled attack yet suitable for effective blocking. A relatively light blade as well.
Review Cormac Acevedo said this on January 10, 2011:

I previously used a carbon blade, the Tibhar phantom x, and reviews gushed about the "large sweet spot" etc, but I hated it. It had no feel for the ball and was heavy and loud! I was put off of expensive composite blades, so I switched to the primorac off- and was very, very happy. Well, it took alot for me to try another composite blade, but now the Gambler Arylate Carbon is my favorite blade! Yeah, not as much feel for the ball, but still very nice. Much smoother than my all wood blades, which now feel jarring. I have Gambler outlaw (lavender) on forehand and focus III snipe on backhand. I find this to be an ideal combination. It goes fast when I want it to, but the control is excellent! Thanks to the guys at zeropong for hooking me up!
Review Anonymous said this on May 16, 2011:

Great all around blade, can loop, flat hit, counter, chop, and soft block with ease. Easy to change speed between soft loops and fast loops, hard flat hits and soft blocks with no trouble, and all are effective. 87g with ST handle.
Review JimC said this on November 25, 2011:

I just got one of these to try out since I have been pretty impressed with the price/quality ratio of the stuff I have received from "Zero pong" and this was no different. Its a good feeling blade with very good control and balance. I rate it All+ and with 2.1 729-5 I was able to generate a fairly strong level of backhand loopdrive while easily controlling smashes with the pips I put on the other side.

For the money its a very good blade and feels almost as good as my much more expensive Butterfly and Andro composite blades

I will likely buy more of these
Review outlaw said this on March 20, 2014:

grate blade if u are an allround player


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