Tibhar Karas OFF

Tibhar Karas OFF Blade
Approx. $ 100 USD
Price $

User Ratings (9)

Speed 9.3
Control 8.4
Stiffness 5.3   
Average
Hardness 6.1   
Medium hard
Consistency 10.0   
Always identical
Overall 9.5 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 93
Control 63
Weight 86
Plies 9
Materials Sandwich layer structure (Balsa, Carbon, Limba, Carbon, Balsa, Carbon, Limba, Carbon, Balsa)
Thickness 7.5mm
There are 1 users using the Tibhar Karas OFF.
TIBHAR Karas OFF
Aleksandar Karakasevic, nicknamed Karas, is known for his delicate hand and good acceleration potential in both passive and active games. All these characteristics are now concentrated in the Karas Off blade. Although it is composed of 5 exquisite veneers with 4 carbon layers, the contact of the ball onto the blade remains soft, making this blade the ideal weapon for players willing to determine the game.

Reviews (6)

esta  on 6/15/2017

Very good blade. I played before with 6 ply blade Charly Roeshc which has the same head thickness.No vibration, nice control and fast atac. I played with TIBHAR Evolution MX-P 2.1 on both sides.
+1
nicky  on 5/5/2012

best blade I ever tried! Very nice harmony between speed and control!
+1
TT Lover  on 3/7/2012

Beatiful blade. I never played before with 9 ply blade. Transition from short game to loop game is very smooth. Played with Xom Omega IV Pro 2.0 on both sides.
+1
Radeta  on 5/16/2016

Perfect with Dhs Hurricane Neo 3! ! ! All out atack. Beautiful!
0
julio_takeuchi  on 8/9/2012

Excelente madera, a pesar de que tiene 4 laminas de carbono el control es excelente, se siente muy firme en los golpes lo que te da confianza para hacerlos, excelente para bloqueos lentos o rapidos, al principio hay que adaptar un poquito el angulo dependiendo de las gomas que uses para los topspins agresivos, altamente recomendada, excelente trabajo de Tibhar.
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