Anonymous on 8/7/2010
If you have a flicky game you will have a hard time with this blade, especially on long sweaty summer days. I have thrown this blade a number of times during a match because there isn't the typical thumb anchor point. During high torque pendulum serves it has the tendency to move in my hand. The handle felt great to me at first but is now the reason I am switching to a more conventional handle.
MarcelBoyBoy on 9/11/2009
Very lightweight, mine measured at 68 grams, and very very comfortable. This was my blade before I shifted to Joola Kool. Compared to the Joola Kool, this is an allround blade. Has a lot of control but still some speed. Although I am not too keen with the sound, as it sounds like hollow wood. But that's usually what allwood blades sound like. Has lots of feeling, good for allrounders adding offense to their game.
nelson on 6/22/2009
This is a light weight powerful blade.On forehand side -I use Yasaka New Era with 2.2mm sponge,sponge hardness is 45-47. on backhand side-Palio Emperor Dragon with GP sponge 2.2mm,sponge hardness 40-42.For forehand top spin stroke with full swing it's a lightspeed Offensive 5 star Blade.The backhand stroke is harder for a kill shot,I have only 2 hours with this blade.For blocking it's average- a heavier blade is better for blocking 90 grams. This blade is 75 grams so fast and light.Underspin is good with this blade.For All + or Offensive player This blade is a scoring Machine.Control is average so far,with more time it will work better for me.The handle is perfect for me.For backhands I need more time to get use to blade.For someone looking for a light weight powerful blade with superb handle, this blade is Top gun. I picked up this on ebay from Philipines for 34.50 plus 6.97 shipping.Superb Blade.