Ronmoseri2005 3 weeks ago
I use the Tibhar CCA Unlimited with the tibhar mxp 50° and its graet i have a lot of control on the one sude and on the other side i have speed couse the mxp 50° with the speed and the control have many spin. The Tibhar CCA Unlimited it a little havy then ithink it be but the mxp 50° is cover it so you get all in on.
konex71 4 months ago
What a wonderful blade! making better than butterflay blades, excellent st handle,you can not miss with this blade.
puma 6 months ago
excellent blade, but is a little too expensive
Austinpower on 9/18/2017
I come from ALC and played as rubbers on forehand Butterfly Tenergy 05 since 2008 and Xiom Vega Pro on backhand. Time to time this combination was for me so lifeless with less potency. And I thought forward and liked to find the right blade on plactic ball too.
I searched and searched, tested much, was already desperated.
At the Tibhar booth during the World Championships in Düsseldorf i found this blade (CCA Unlimited), have readen before good opinion and i got from Tibhar good percentage. My first test was very promising.
I am so so happy with this blade i found there. I have much more feeling, controll, absolute playfulness, tempo reserves, more feeling than with my ALC. Thats my best blade in my life i played. With Tibhar Evolution MX-P on backhand and MX-S on forehand the best of combination and make good arc. On Platic ball maybe on backhand i will try with Tibhar Aurus Prime.
My performance curve goes up. I always said me, material makes 40% of everything. My testing is finish now. I will buy next time this blade again as substitute.
I hope my english is okay for understanding. LOL Thanks for your attention.
SpinningGonzalez on 9/16/2017
I got my hands on a used CCA Unlimited (89g) in near mint condition for a very reasonable price half a year ago and it instantly became my main blade. Usually I don't like straight handles, in this case it's like perfect, it seems to be just slightly longer than on other blades, does have a nice broad shape. This results in very comfortable, relaxed grip - never had the feeling, it might slip out of my hand, my wrist isn't limited when serving and it's easy to adjust the angle to a forehand or backhand grip while playing. The blade is fast, but not incredible fast, very good control. Touch is rather soft considering it's a stiff carbon blade, not much vibrations. Overall I'm deeply contented with the CCA Unlimited, still the usual price is a bit too high for my taste.