kasrajami 3 months ago
Great All+, All blade. The fantastice aspect of it is it's flexible playing style, as it's usally counted as an attacking-allround blade. But with defensive rubbers, as long pimples, it's control shines. As I combined this blade with butterfly FL III, 1.3 mm and Tackiness c II, 1.7mm, it was preforming as a All-, Def+ blade. BH chops were excelent, specially near table, due to it's high control, but not too spinny as a result of blade stiffness. FH chops' hight were a bit high, as it's a bit high speed in comprison with normal def blades. It's only bold weakness as a def blade is it's head size, which is regular for an attacking blade (15.6*15 cm, approximately). In fact I wonder why donic hasn't produced this blade with a bigger head. Totally recomended to modern def players who seek for high control and don't want to lose attacking chances due to low speed of thier blades.
PeterJ on 3/29/2014
I have waited over 4 months for this blade but it was worth the wait. This is the best offensive allround blade I have ever had. The speed is nowhere near the manufacturer's quoted figure of 90. I have been using a Cayman blade for years with 1.5 Donic Akkadi Taichi on the forehand and 1.2 Piranjatec on the backhand. The Blue Feeling with the same combination is sensational. Slightly slower than the Cayman but with much better feeling and control. Blocking and flat hits are really easy with this blade and the LP's are much more effective. As I don't chop or loop I can't give an opinion on these strokes with this blade.