Timo Boll ALC
[Hardness] Little hard
[Performance] Speed and Spin are excellent.
Averages reviews points
The Timo Boll ALC is the blade of choice for the European Triple Champion, Timo Boll. Timo working with Butterfly’s technicians, helped design his new blade which offers a touch more speed than his previous model but still allows for the production of the heavy topspin strokes Timo is known for.
Using his new blade along with Butterfly’s new Tenergy rubbers, Timo successfully defended all three of his Titles at the 2008 European Championships. Timo plays fair and wins and so can you. The Timo Boll ALC offers the maximum blend of speed, heavy spin, and Control.
- 18,000 Yen（Include tax 19,800 Yen）
- Product code
- 157 × 150mm
- Ali rate carbon (Wood, ALC, 7 ply wood)
Players use Timo Boll ALC
Nora （Experience：６〜１０ years） In, for advanced users
Timosupi also have. Generally it will feel like the same racket, but I think I spread the width of the minute consumer weight has become a little lighter. Impressions seen with has given the impression of Ali rate carbon is soft carbon, but it does not become hard lion When compared to wood. So suddenly the transition towards the wood user is not able to recommend. The sphere of the speed is fast in its own way also use is anyone but is not who to some extent confident impact and initial velocity does not have much just take easy to fear fast during the drive. The amount of rotation and swing faster firm impact is possible person uses both I think both the ball strike speed. In conclusion, we will not know what to do the little potential of this racket and still not those who have reached a certain level. However, I think I can try to touch anyone if there is a feeling that one day in this racket hit the ball good.
Overall9/10 Speed9 Spin8 Control9 Touch9 Hardness little hard
mtb （Experience：６〜１０ years）
Awsome blade. Great control and speed ,Best blade for spin oriented attacks
Overall10/10 Speed9 Spin10 Control9 Touch9 Hardness little hard
It is a club team （Experience：２〜３ years） To those who aim for peacefulness
I have been using Kyo Leopard Pro 3 Turbo Orange and Tenergy 05 with wood.
I thought about the apse and the middle team and changed to this.
I wanted to use a biscaria, but it was tough, so I chose the same blade but with a different grip.
Personally, I like it better than Viscaria and Zhangjie Grip.
There is no particularly difficult technique to do, and I think it goes well with Tenergy 05.
Recommended for anyone other than just beginning table tennis.
Overall10/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control10 Touch10 Hardness hard
mushroom （Experience：２〜３ years） Serve is bad
Used by borrowing to a friend.
The serve rotates and is easy to control.
After that, it was easy to do a big loop drive like Timo Boll.
Recommended for those who use yg like Timo Boll
Overall9/10 Speed8 Spin10 Control8 Touch7 Hardness Little soft
Hiropon @ Kanto （Experience：２〜３ years） It's a high balance ...!
Compare it with 90g of viscaria and 92g of Timo Boll Spirit, which are said to be the same plate.
Since the spirit is a heavy individual, the shot feeling is hard and it bounces considerably.
Biscaria has a softer feel at impact than Spirit, has a firm grip, and has a high total balance.
By the way, this review is Timo Boll ALC.
The average individual is 86g, and there are many relatively light individuals, so it can be recommended as the first one for women who can not get the swing speed and those who want to challenge special materials.
However, probably because it is as light as 82g in my possession, the attack performance is lower than Viscaria and other outer blades.
Although the balance between momentum and grip (rotation) is important,
The total balance of this 82g individual is slightly lower than the other two.
If you want speed, use spirit. If you want to balance rotation, use viscaria.
However, Spirit is out of print and Biscaria is uselessly expensive.
Compared to a general outer racket, the specifications are more than sufficient, and I think that this performance is also cost-effective.
Of course, I think that rackets have large individual differences, but I think it's better to look for individuals close to 90 g when purchasing.
Overall8/10 Speed8 Spin8 Control8 Touch8 Hardness little hard
Timobor followers （Experience：４〜５ years）
I fly quite a bit. So I don't recommend it to anyone who doesn't have a basic level like me. Since it is an outer, a weak person becomes a ball and ball. However, I think that a medium and advanced person can hit a solid ball with speed and rotation. Also, I recommend the tension rubber.
Overall10/10 Speed10 Spin9 Control9 Touch9 Hardness little hard
Orthodox driveman （Experience：２〜３ years） Outer carbon, but not too much.
(Fastarc g-1 on F side and Rosena on B side.)
Before using this racket, I used swat carbon, but because of the momentum, I changed to this racket, so my attack power increased. Because of the outer aic, there were parts that I was worried about whether or not it would blow off, but there was no such thing, and it was a racket that was easy to handle without saying "too much flying and unwieldy."
I think that the best performance can be achieved by applying tenergy or dignics, but the g-1 and Rosena used this time will also have sufficient performance.
I felt it could be demonstrated. Although it is not recommended for beginners, it is a racket that I recommend to intermediate and advanced users.
Overall10/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control10 Touch10 Hardness little hard
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