Avalox Ruiba

Avalox Ruiba Blade
Approx. $ 100 USD
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User Ratings (1)

Speed 8.8
Control 9.5
Stiffness 7.0   
Hardness 6.7   
Medium hard
Consistency 10.0   
Always identical
Overall 9.5 10
Manufacturer Details
Weight 90g
Plies 7
Thickness 5.4mm
Avalox AVX Ruiba Bloodwood Carbon. The first Swedish-made Avalox carbon blade. With 5 wood plies and two carbon plies, it features a relatively standard configuration, but the significant difference from other carbon blades lies in the choice of wood and the thickness of each layer. The outer plies are extremely thin, as are the carbon layers, while the soft wood center ply is a little thicker. This gives the blade outstanding touch and even a little flex, while providing the speed expected from a carbon blade. Our tests indicate that this blade will shine with the plastic ball.

Reviews (1)

Erikpenholder  2 months ago

Note that ruiba is not my primary blade so I will be doing a lot of comparisons, I also use the alnade from yasaka and p700, and I feel like the ruiba is somewhat in the middle, it doesn't have this much speed as alnade and instead retained more control, less dwell time than p700 put gives faster shot, amount of vibration produced by the blade was very sufficient and I was very happy with it, overall it is a very good blade that performs more like a wood blade (despite being an outer carbon blade) than a composite blade in terms of control and feeling, it would be a good choice if you are considering it as your first carbon blade moving from all wood. The blade also possesses fine craftsmanship, the outer bloodwood layer makes the whole thing very elegant and unique so it is also beautiful to have. I play penhold with 2 sides inverted, mid-distance looping and 3rd ball attack

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