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Great 7ply wood, Best racket out there for 7ply wood, Only downside i found is the handle is a bit small for my hand so i got some grip tape for it.. otherwise very good racket
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Solid, all wood, a little hard to loop with, but it bills itself as a hitter's dream, so that's to be expected. Would recommend, but only if you like hitting hard.
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One of the best 7-ply wood blade ever made and on the most exclusive with the Nittaku Barewell.

Powerfull (more gears and as much powerfull as TBS), stable, huge sweet spot, perfect allwood feeling and touch.........

Clipper users seeking more power and better quality blade can buy this one, you will be amazed.
Carbon-blade users should also give a try to this allwood blade, this blade makes table tennis so much easier.

Issue : the price, its expensive, it's an exclusive blade with same price as TBS (99.90) and the other issue is........the blade has been discontinued and doesn't appear in latest butterfly catalog.....and there is no other 7-plywood that is similar (Clipper base with Koto outer).
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Great control and power, can be a bit dull when looping and quick attacking due to its stubbornness. Very good for topspin play and anti looping due to its solid power of the 7ply. Great blade for beginners because it's hard to make mistakes and receives serves well. Not so good for medium level players who want to improve due to its forgiving nature, a good alternative for intermediate players because the blade is a bit too forgiving on improper strokes The sweet spot is just simply too big,a great alternative for improving players is the butterfly Mazunov. It's certainly not a blade for advanced players because of its dullness. A great alternative for advanced players is the equally hard and stiff is the Stiga rosewood VII.
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My set up for timo boll w7
fh Nittaku fast arc G-1
bh Mark V HPS.
Looping game- is the area of this blade. Its 7.00 mm head thickness power play its speed for this stroke is fast just like a carbon blade but with dwell and you were able to feel every stroke of this blade. A crisp sound and crack for every smash, loop and counter. Bought this over the W5 because of the 7 plies.
Heavy blade opted Nittaku and Yasaka off - rubbers against tenergy because of the weight.
Overall this is a great blade for those who want to feel the crisp of every shot nice control for an 7 ply blade. Must try.
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Initial impression I love the appealing red color and the handle flared is perfect for my small hand and quite short fingers, paired it with tenergy 05 max for my forehand and mark v Hps max for back hand. 7 ply wood blade is a very fast blade. The control is the main characteristics of this blade. Great for blocking return in backhand, a little vibration feel in forehand blocking. Smashing and flat drives are relatively easy strokes for this blade. You need to get to know and adjust this beast for looping though. For the next rubber on FH i will try the Nittaku Fast Arc G-1. Tenergy 05 will be turning 7 months old. W-5 timo boll is now available in the market manufacturer says that it has the same speed and more control.. did anyone tried it with the same or similar setup as mine.. curious to know.. but for now ill be staying with this !
blade.. iam quite satisfied with this blade.
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Perfect blade if you are used in playing hard feel composite blades like sardius, schlager, etc. This blade gives more control with medium feel and descent speed. the only cons with this blade is the 94g weight making you obliged to settle for lighter rubbers. over-all, almost perfect all-wood blade!
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Extremely good for flat hitting and has good control. But not so great for looping (against backspin) has less spin than The Timo Boll Spirit/ ALC due to less dwell time. Compared to these blades the W7 is not good for short games, serves and pushes
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