This blade has confidently taken its niche among medium-speed blades and it is enjoyed by many players. The speed transition from ALL+ to OFF – is rather suitable to the beginners as well as experienced players who combine their close-to-table play with the play away from the table.
The weight of a blade doesn’t exceed 85-90 g. At that, the balance of the blade is deliberately shifted to the handle to improve the control features and to ensure the use of heavier rubber. Due to the 6.5 mm thickness of the blade, it has become possible to minimize undesirable vibrations.
The core layer is 3.5 mm thick and it is composed of paulownia (kiri) lamellas as well as the majority of TTL blades according to the principle of material weight distribution. Koto is used as a cross second layer with thickness of 1 mm. As for the classical limba, it is used for outer layers.
Furthermore, based on this core layer with a thickness of 3.5 mm, the faster but not less successful combinations of wooden and synthetic materials are offered.