seguso on 3/26/2013
this blade is _extremely_ hard, very low throw, and with some flex. very fast due to the hardness.
it is a blade for counterlooping and blocking for advanced players.
Makes it easy to counterloop because the ball stays low, but it is very unforgiving in normal fh loops: if you don't have your weight on the right leg, the ball will invariably go to net.
You can block anything without having to close the blade much; this is due to the low throw combined with a strange abiilty to "suck" power off the incoming ball.
when I say throw is very low, I mean compared to the clipper wood I used previously. Also low compared to Stiga Ebenholz V.
it allows you to counterloop shots that you would usually have to block.
it allows you to counterloop close to table easily.
Short game is very good.
I am using it with M2 fh and m3 bh. (M1 is way too hard for this, at least if you are not a pro.)
Update: Comparison with Stiga Ebenholz V, with m2 on fh: ebenholz is softer (even if it is a hard blade!), slower, noticeably higher throw (you have to use a different forehand technique), and loops with eb5 have a lot more arc. Ebenholz is a much more manageable blade. However, hrt rw5 seems more deadly.
bmasterr on 11/6/2013
the apperance similar to Stiga except its logo :).I rated it
Speed : 8.7
Control : 8.5
Stiffness : Stiff
Hardness : Hard
It's very cheap RW blade with high quality.If you find hard bat and want to save your budget i think this one will be your choice.Good for pacement.when your Topspin you shot's really fast but because the dwell time is short,so you can generate spin just a little.So if you want to get your score you've to use ball speed and placement to score.
6655au on 4/5/2013
All perfomance characteristics identical to Stiga RW NCT5.Must have blade for allround and/or mid distance agressive player.Only need some sand paper work with handle (5 minutes).Price 25% compared to Stiga !!