Victas Fire Fall FC
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The Fire Fall FC is a perfectly balanced offensive blade for modern attackers. The FC is the blade of the VICTAS Fire Fall series with the greatest touch. The well-balanced ply composition and the soft Fleece Carbon mesh material of this OFF Minus blade which is placed directly on the center core to provide for excellent, controlled feel in all playing situations.
This premium-workmanship offensive blade produces high speed and enables a high ball trajectory. In serve/return as well as blocking/counter-attack situations, the Fire Fall FC is distinguished by a magnificent feel and unique touch.
Produced with Japanese Expertise and German Know-How, Fire Fall SC is a world class blade, suitable for the professional player, and for you.
The blades of the brand-new VICTAS Fire Fall series were developed based on the “Dynamic Core Effect: Each Fire Fall Blade consists of 5 carefully chosen wooden plies combined with High-Tech Fiber material placed directly on the core ply. The effect is a perfectly balanced combination of speed and feel of classic all wood blades. Fire Fall blades are combined with an elastic and stable aramid carbon synthetic fibre and five wood plies. This is why VICTAS Fire Fall blades have more feel than other carbon blades in the OFF segment. The Fire Fall series, like all other blades of the VICTAS brand, is distinguished by uncompromising premium workmanship.
Ply: 5 Wood, 2 Carbon
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Reviews of Victas Fire Fall FC (9)
This is a good All+/OFF- blade. I have the new version, which has a simple wood and blue design. The blade has nice finish and great craftsmanship. The wings are pre-sanded. The FL handle is very smooth and comfortable. Mine weighs 80g and is 6.10mm thick. I glued Yinhe Big Dipper (38 degrees) on FH and Xiom Vega Pro (2mm) on BH. The resulting racket is 178g, but it's extremely head-heavy. In terms of playing characteristics, the feeling is a bit muted, probably due to the fleece carbon layers. I didn't like this, as I generally prefer blades with sharp clear feeling. Even though Victas categorizes this blade as OFF, it feels very soft and slow. I would rate the speed as between ALL+ and OFF-. Throw angle is medium high, which I like. Control is very good; I have no trouble with ball placement at all. I am able to generate huge amount of spin, but my shots really lack speed. This blade is definitely not suitable for Chinese tacky rubbers. Even with tensor rubber (Xiom Vega Pro is a fairly fast tensor), my shots are still not as fast as I wanted. Looping is ok. But drives and blocks are less than satisfactory. Again, this is due to the softness of the blade. I would only recommend this blade to allround players who largely focus on spin and control. For offensive players, I suggest finding a faster blade than this one.
Thats perfect for me. Im a penhold player, but I play with this in shakehand perfect. Thats the best.
Victas Fire Fall FC deserves a rating higher than ten,production of top quality, comfortable ST handle, the spin and control fantastic,speed between off- and off,balls go where you want,best so far
I'm using AN grip (sealed 88gr) with Rhyzm(48) / Victas Stiff on FH and T80FX on BH (180gr).
Good control and speed on FH (no vibration, loud click) even 3m away from table.
Amazing control and enough speed close to the table (BH).
I've played before with more expensive blades (Xiom H ZXI, TB ZLF, TBS, Photino, etc. - not mine) but THIS IS THE ONE!
Thick grip (i like this) and exceptional finishing!
If i'll broke this, i'll cry a week and buy another one.
I'm using this blade for about a year now and choose this one because I wanted a more spin-oriented , but controlled game. I'm a two wing looper and use Adidas P7 rubbers on both sides.
This blade is for sure not a speed-canon, but gives you a lot of control in return. Fast attacks at the table but also in mid distance, it's no problem. Due to lack of speed, you must rely on your topspin, rather than speed when playing mid distance.
I'm playing with much more confidence at the moment.
The quality of the blade is very good and the handle is rather thick (which I like).
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