Cornilleau Hinotec OFF+ Carbon

Cornilleau Hinotec OFF+ Carbon Blade
Approx. $ 100 USD
Price $

User Ratings (6)

Speed 9.1
Control 7.8
Stiffness 5.0   
Hardness 7.3   
Medium hard
Consistency 7.0   
Occasional variations
Overall 8.2 10
Manufacturer Details
Weight 85g
Plies 5
Materials Hinoki, Carbon, Kiri
There are 1 users using the Cornilleau Hinotec OFF+ Carbon.
Favouring top spin smashes, counter loops and active blocks, you seek the maximum power in each of your strokes. Very precise and perfectly controllable when taking the counter-initiative, Hinotec OFF + Carbon blade is a redoubtable weapon at mid-distance, and its stroke will convince the most demanding player!

Reviews (4)

tomigaya  7 months ago

weight 82~85g- Very very nice quality of Hinoki top wood. Very nice handle, not thin at all. No vibration. Large sweet spot. FH /BH: T05H 1.9/D05 1.9. I tried 2.1mm versions of both rubbers, but clearly, it is furiously tooooo fast and uncontrollable. With 1.9mm : Good for close to table and mid distance. FH counter spin is powerful and effortless, and opening loops are easy. Good against choppers, with powerful shots, spin, control, short ball. FH smash is what I like the most with this blade. D05 on BH is great for active blocks, for opening loops and chikita, for active underpin push, serves, and it is very spinny with a lower throw angle compared to T05. BH mid-distance is really excellent. (I found the arc from T05 1.9 is not enough at mid distance, and T05 2.1 is bad for smashing). So after trying many rubbers, the T05H and D05 is my best recommendation for this blade. Update : on FH, T05H is really good when training, but in competition, with pressure and stress, it is not very forgiving, especially close to the table. So I "downgraded" FH to D05 1.9mm which is safer than T05H 1.9mm, as speed/throw is lower while keeping excellent spin. Now I have even more success rate on smash and counter spin. I got nice results in competition with FH/BH D05 1.9mm on this blade. Today, I tried D80 1.9mm, but I will come back to D05 1.9 because of D80 lacks of power and speed compared to D05. D80 is softer than D05, and blocks are a little bit better, but BH fast topspin were less efficient and less powerful compared to D05. Maybe Hinoki/Carbon works better with medium hard to hard rubbers like D05 or T05H. It tried also with R53 and it was not that bad. But D05 is better.
Astrolog  on 1/12/2015

Its a very good blade. Very very fast. Maybe it should have more control, but with soft rubbers its very ok.
xstringer  on 2/3/2011

Very fast blade specialy for smash, for my type of play, i need to put a really soft rubber to do some spin and loops.
Anonymous  on 11/20/2010

It is a very fast blade. Combine it with soft high control rubbers (like Tibhar Sinus Alpha or Andro Hexer Powersponge) and you get yourself an excellent blade. Also what I noticed about this blade is its handle. I used the anatomical grip and it is so comfortable and thick enough to fit big hands easily. That was very convenient to me.

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