JungerSchwede 7 months ago
The best blade among those blades I own (Adidas V1.5, Andro Temper Tech All+, Adidas Fibertech Classic). It's a lightweight blade around 80 gr and it's well finished - no sharp edges for example to sand. It reacts consistent in all aspects of the game, control is very good, it's fast but not too fast. Can be played in short game near the table as well as from distance - no problem with that. The hard akazie wood top ply reacts with a strong woodpecker sound on ball contact, that I personally like. Played by me with Andro Rasanter R37 on forehand and Andro Shifter on backhand. Slow and fast topsins, blocks, smashes and flips and everything else works very well with this blade and I always think about buying a second one because production discontinued and there are not so many offerings any more.
A_R_T on 5/15/2013
Paired this with Xiom Vega Japan (FH) and Vega Asia (BH). Mine is 82gr. Speed I would say falls between an AR to OFF-. Control is excellent due to good feedback without unwanted vibrations. Blocks, chops, loops, flat smash are not a problem. highly recommended for AR type of plays.
carmelomaf on 11/21/2011
After long time playing Viscaria and looking for a no Butterfly alternative i found a very good blade, the right balance between control, spin and speed
Joolaplayer_Chan on 11/15/2011
The FiberTEC Classic has the best feel without the vibration. This blade feels like a classic 5 ply wood blade but it is constructed by artificial fibers. The blade has great dwell time and is very easy to use, I can almost say it is hard to miss the table with this blade. The FiberTEC Classic compliments the chinese rubbers and The Adidas Tenzone series very well.
KarakanKaczy 10 months ago
the worst blade I ever tried