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Excelente madero para jugar cerca de la mesa, exige buena tcnica, con gomas rpidas anda bien, tiene tamao ideal de sweet spot y muy buen diseo de mango y cara. Su peso esta en 80 gramos aproximadamente.
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as mention by other people this is a very good all wood 7ply blade by joola. this blade is really good on all offensive play aswell as close to the table play, very easy to loop. it has some flex but not super flex its still is stiff its about 5.9mm-6.0mm thick. this blade does play bit like butterfly tbs, but rossi fire is bit slower and has less feel than tbs. also tbs is better at blocks and loops are little aggressive with tbs. joola rossi fire play very identical to some of my blades such as xiom diva and tibhar stratus power wood. overall rossi fire is an exceptional loopers blade. another must keep, no disapoinments for me.
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i have nothing but good things to say about this blade...im a combination player i play with dr neabauer diamant on my backhand and joola maxx 450 on my forehand... what it gets me with this blade is that you feel safe close mid and even away from the table...it is flexy but not mushy flex..this blade is simply incredible..if you are a technician a player that your form is it important and control and want to always put the ball on the table this the blade you want...dont get me wrong it can rip any ball from anywhere but speed is about medium...tenergy of 05 fx would do wonders for a player that enjoys looping.. 5 stars for me...i finaly found my blade..
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This is a great, light, blade with a high flex. Phenomenal for loopers. Others are recommended to stay away (too flexy). I started with Balsacarbo X5 which while great for control and hitting from close to the table, is no good once you move mid-distance out. Besides, in the BCX5, the amount of effort you put into it varies (due to invoking of the balsa core on harder shots). I moved to this and have been very happy (pair with T05 on FH and T05FX on BH - both 2.1). Note, this is not a fast blade.
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