Yasaka Ma Lin Carbon

Yasaka Ma Lin Carbon Blade
Approx. $ 55 USD
Price $

User Ratings (20)

Speed 8.7
Control 8.2
Stiffness 5.5   
Hardness 6.2   
Medium hard
Consistency 7.9   
Always identical
Overall 8.8 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 93 / 100
Control 75 / 100
Weight 85g
Plies 7
Materials 5 plies of wood (limba, soft wood, ayous); 2 plies of Carbon
There are 11 users using the Yasaka Ma Lin Carbon.

Reviews (11)

Nakata  on 1/12/2019

I´m using a Cpen ML Carbon with short pips and inverted in the BH. This blade is very thin and light, which means quick and easy-to-switch from FH to BH. However it´s not so fast, you must make a full swing to play its full potential. Control is excellent, it´s very controllable on short play and also in blocks. Excellent feeling on topspins due to the large sweet spot. This blade is made of Limba outer ply, followed by Ayous, soft carbon and Ayous core. A construction like that requires a full swing because Limba and Ayous "hold" the ball (longer dwell). I would say ML Carbon is an allround-offensive blade for the player with a controlled attacking style, very much like Donic Waldner Senso Carbon.
Matuldo  on 2/3/2014

This blade is very good. Really fast but with nice control. I use Donic Coppa for FH, so topspins are very spiny but no so fast, because I use only one layer of glue on this blade. I bought this blade for 27 euros (approximately 30$) witch is very good price.
tyler  on 3/12/2012

nice blade for all round play, loops are good i use joola express II on back hand and coppa on fore hand over all good for players transforming from intermidate play to serious play.
Klaudio  on 2/10/2012

Fast, thin, reliable, smashings are great. its also light and you can really feel the ball on the blade.
Anonymous  on 2/25/2011

This a very good blade, good control, speed is good, very manageable and very cheap for it,s kind got it for only 59 dollars!

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