Frogger on 11/10/2014
Compared to P500 is less springy, a bit faster, stiffer with nice sweet spot. Perfect speed depending on rubber selection. Blocks are better than P500 but P500 shines for looping. Seal this blade when new. A very nice blade for the price. ST grip is nice and not to small. Nice touch for the short game. I love this blade and the P500. When you want to feel the ball these blades shine. Weights can vary so always ask for the weight that suits you.
msilhanek on 11/18/2011
This is the best looping blade I've ever tryed. Good speed (should be OFF+ but it is more likely only slightly faster OFF), soft feel, good controll. I don't like the sound but I don't care. This is simply an awesome blade for attackers prefering more spin. It works well with chinese or medium-hard european rubbers. I have an excellent experience with Rakza and DHS Neo, worse with Tenergy. I'll get the 2nd sheet of Rakza and my setup will be perfect.
asin33 6 months ago
What a gem! Still one of the top blades in plastic ball era when paired with the right rubber. I use Sanwei national target on the FH, and Gold Arc 5 on the BH. Great control, very good weight distribution. Bat weigh 193g in total, but feels a lot lighter.
MartyC 11 months ago
In last time i tried Xiom Strato and it was very good blade. After searching what blade is best for pimples -use , I buyed Avalox P700. It was one from most recomended blade for short pips in discussions . . P700 has very good speed - OFF range , many gears , excelent touch and very big spin capability. In the "time of ABS Balls" from my side highly recomended - very good speed , touch and spin more than composite blades.Avalox P700 has high catapult and is very good in combination with not so catapulted rubbers - very good match vith my Donic Baracuda Max. P700 has softfeel similary as Bty Spark , but speed similary as Bty Spirit.