Globe 583

Globe 583 Blade
Approx. $ 10 USD
Price $

User Ratings (5)

Speed 8.0
Control 8.2
Stiffness 5.6   
Average
Hardness 6.1   
Medium hard
Consistency 5.0   
Occasional variations
Overall 8.1 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 85
Control 85
Plies 5
Thickness 6.2
There are 2 users using the Globe 583.

Reviews (2)

zek  on 11/28/2011

I bought this blade out of curiosity thinking what a $10 blade would be like. I was pleasantly surprised by this blade. It can loop, push, block and chop near the table very well with very good spin. Control is also very good. It's labeled as an ALL blade but it can loop/chop up to mid distance with good speed since it "kicks" a bit when looping. I like it so much that I made it as my alternative setup, dawei IQ 35 FH and Palio CJ8000 biotech BH. Update: FH: Donic Coppa Tagora Max BH: LKT XP Pro 2.2 Changing to the above rubber has made the feel and control so much better for this blade. I really like it. I feel that the speed rating of this blade should be OFF-. Even with just slow rubbers attached, I can generate winners with my shots against some district players in my area.
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Iloveanti  on 2/23/2016

Bought it from China for 30 Chinese Dollarts (about US$4.3) as I was looking for a cheap blade for testing different rubbers. Good control (I rate 8/10) and speed (I rate 7.8/10). Have not tried playing away from the table but works well at close range, able to different strokes including block, push-block, drive, hit, roll-loop/lift (The set up was Hallmark Mirage 0.5mm custom sponge on FH and Globe 889-2 0.5mm custom sponge BH). Light-weighted (75g), good choice for beginner who wants to learn different strokes with good control and sufficient speed.
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