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JOOLA Chen Weixing
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High quality defensive blades have always been a strength of JOOLA. Now in conjunction with Chen Weixing, world ranked 14, a new blade is launched which is designed for the modern defensive player. It is fast enough to play powerful topspin shots but still with control for chop play. This is achieved by a special twin black/cloth layer between the koto and kiri plys.
The artist, Chen Weixing is totally enthused with this new JOOLA blade. "I can safely play strong forehand loop shots from half distance with great feeling and high speed but at the same time play secure backhand chops at the necessary length to force my opponent into mistakes."
Veneers: Limba, Koto, Black-Cloth, Kiri
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Reviews of JOOLA Chen Weixing (10)
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I play a modern defender play style and Chen Weixing is my favorite blade that I have tried so far. It has amazing feel with long pips and with counter looping. There is a good amount of power but definitely not "OFF", feels more like "OFF-" or "AR+". I highly recommend this blade if you are a modern defense player looking for a blade with both great control and great power.
I play with this blade since a year. I start playing modern defense 2 years ago with a kinetic carbon andro, a tenergy 05 and tried about 20 diffrents LP. I end up with the TSP P&H.
Then I tried this defensive blade. Way much slower but with more control and chop. Then my pips got damaged and retried my TSP PR1. WOW !!! I was not able to play with PR1 with the other blade before I didn't have the control. I find the perfect blend !! The discovered the heavy chop that TSP PR1 can do and the good contral of my loop. Then I change to Hurricane H/ for my forehand and it gave me now a good attack and defense on the forehand with a lot of control. WOW ! Great blade. Very allarround blade !!!
This blade was made for Chen, he has a offensive style furthermore he defends, this blade allows you to attack more consistent and fast.
I tried with medium rubbers and 0.5 mm long pips, and you can twiddle very easy, also you can attack like a all round player and defend like with good control and accuracy. Definitely not for a passive game.
A very heavy blade before rubbers are glued. I am a long pips player on my BH, very good LP platform but my only concern is I just can't get comfortable with any set up that I've used.
I currently have DHS Memo 2, black 2.15mm FH, with DHS C8 red 1.0 BH.
Loads of control good speed to win points with BH attacks but not good for rubbers over 2.00mm just to FH heavy.I rate this blade highly but the starting weight is my issue. Its the heaviest blade in my bag....says it all really. The craftmanship of this blade I rate as 10/10 if you like a heavy blade that offers good control and enough speed to kill a point with the right rubbers then this is for you and all at a good price to.
Hard and stiff blade, with larger head (165x158mm). Control during defensive strokes is good, but its speed can be surprising. It is a "OFF-" blade, with a DEF make-up! Really awesome for active defenders who need too loop often and counter-hit. I prefer this blade to Joo Se Hyuk because of a better feeling (hard and stiff, but less than Joo). Chopping is still a joy if you marry it to the appropriate LP...
Definitely a famous modern defender blade I enjoy to play with. It shines with slow and soft LPs like C&F III, Curl P-4, Octopus especially in 0x versions.
I have tried Chen and MP. Chen is good for backhand attack (long pips) and forehand loop to loop, MP is better on both hand chop. Now I'm ready to try Joo.
the head is very large and kinda hard to get used too.
If you are new to chopping and playing defense this blade is probably not for you, a little too fast.
I would suggest starting out with a slower defensive blade, ex. matsu pro. and working on your defense. Once you are ready you may want to move up to this blade.
This blade is very good at "fishing". I had a hard time with forehand chops however.
The handle on this blade is awesome, and the quality is excellent.
Also this blade is very light.
It does lack some touch and feel in the short game. Not horrible though.
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