RodrigoTR on 11/17/2016
Very consistent blade, does not vary from time to time, I use it with Spin Art for right hand and for the backhand a Roundell. I have been using for more than a year and a half and can say that it's durability it is one of the best if you are very careful with, always cleaning, keeping it safe from falls. Works pretty good with spin rubbers and also speed ones, the handle is very comfortable and it is easy to adapt, it is oval shaped and feels light in the hand. As for the price (50$ when this post is being written) it can see a bit high, but worth it, very reasonable.
golandaz_mi on 4/9/2014
Thick and powerful all wood blade. Pair it with hard rubbers and it is a descent looping and smashing machine. Only reason I won't buy it anymore is cuz its head dimensions. It is small head which would sometimes cause the ball to hit its edge when defending a smash. I fail to understand reason of making small head.
wlivingston0952 on 1/15/2014
Solid blade, recommend use it with heavy rubbers.
destodave on 10/6/2010
destodave - One of the players at my club bought this at the US Open this yr but decided it was a little too slow. She gave it to me for my son to try and he liked it. The handle is slightly smaller than many of the European blades like Donic and Stiga, but it has a good feel. I agree with her, it's not a fast blade, probably more like an All+, but it doesn't feel too heavy, it has good control, and enough speed if you have a fast rubber on it. The one thing that I'm not crazy about is the head is slightly shorter than my stiga/donic blades. Overall though I'm happy with the blade and think this will be good for players that are developing and looking for a good quality, medium blade to improve their game with.