Donic Ovtcharov Carbospeed

Donic Ovtcharov Carbospeed Blade
Approx. $ 63 USD
Price $

User Ratings (32)

Speed 9.5
Control 8.2
Stiffness 7.6   
Hardness 7.9   
Consistency 9.5   
Always identical
Overall 9.2 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 99
Control 60
Weight 85g
Plies 5
Materials Hinoki, Carbon
There are 11 users using the Donic Ovtcharov Carbospeed.
It is a very fast carbon blade with great stiffness and almost impossible to break. Despite the high speed the blade is great fun to play with. For all out attackers with hard top-spins who prefer to counter-attack. This is the quickest model in the new blade series. In its construction it is similar to the Waldner Legend Carbon, but differs slightly because of its somewhat thicker inner ply in combination with a high class Hinoki outer play.

Reviews (23)

Mr_Ping  on 8/14/2014

I did not know it was possible to make such a fast blade with such amazing control. Very good for touch play unbelievable power effortless to play with. I have found my dream blade. Butterfly eat your heart out you never produced anything even close to this.
Lhyoenk  on 3/27/2016

Very fast blades..easily drive,smash and loop with this lightning blade.. Chop and blocks are so so..control is good enough thanks to hinoki outer layer
ghazkull6  on 11/17/2014

this is definitely not a flat hitters blade. as it will be too fast and the ball will fly. this blade is the perfect loopers blade the feeling this blade gives when you loop is the best ive felt with any blade ive used. im using donic Bluefire jp 01 turbo on FH and andro rasant grip BH with this blade and the spin im creating is amazing. the comments im getting after play is the ball is moving half a metre after the bounce. this blade is perfect in my opinion it feels like you can point and shoot. when you want to play slow you can play slow and when want to play fast this blade give explosive power.
cd2424  4 weeks ago

Even though this blade is fast, I do not like it because it too hard and too head heavy. I used light rubber such as fastarc s1, which weighs 41 grams per side. I am thinking that the innermost ply is too heavy.
deepoceankenny  11 months ago

Personally I feel the 'control' is excellent in block, drive, push, no problems in loop, topspin, slice. I think for us amateurs, know how to maximize power tolerated by grip is the fun (depends on cultural background though). Honestly (not scientifically) most winning shots happen under 10 rallies. How to save an inconsistent ball is over looked while idea of 'consistency' (of 100+ brainless robotic rallies which helps only high rating players to focus planning the winning shots) is over valued. I prefer fast blade familiarizing power, grip and tempo, over slow blade that keeps the shots 'in' BY RACKET but NOT BY ACTIVE CONTROL - fooling us with the sense of 'control'. Low quality soft (masking consistent) rallies are abused politically faking false hope of 'peace' and manipulating 'learning opportunities' by 'controlling' players that otherwise preferring jousting like friendly exchanges of powerful shots. Veteran bully amateurs by setting up 'tradition', controlling ways of sport and then life and eventually companions of life - how we love and live on, based on the evil that plays "the right and wrong." (One day the kind nurture is important, the other day harsh experience is great - in the grey area some venture the poor tough way only to be kind and lie about the way). However in the end and beginning, human develop gross motor before fine motor skills, thank God! For me FUNDAMENTALLY ITS ALL ABOUT USING THE THRUST TO BENEFIT OUR BODY, MIND AND FRIENDSHIPS, AND NOT 'DYING WITH THE LOVE OF THE PROPERTIES OF PLASTIC'. One wonders why these players play table tennis in 2/duel instead of playing alone. Wonder if carbon really decrease our sense of vibration, and weather or not that really matters in which technique. (still, one look at any 13 girls and claim the superiority of 12 virgin!). I like this cheap CARBON bat, but for now I go play Hugo Calderano's foco off-, checking my ways of generating power.

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