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    Posted: 05/27/2024 at 11:07am
If you previously used Spectol Red or Blue in 1.8mm what do you use know?
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Victas  S1, S2 or S3  ? 
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I used red in 1.9 and blue in 1.6
Currently trying Symmetry hard in 1.8 and 2.0
If you wanted the Spectol series, S2 worked best for me in the series.
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Originally posted by gekogark1212 gekogark1212 wrote:

I used red in 1.9 and blue in 1.6
Currently trying Symmetry hard in 1.8 and 2.0
If you wanted the Spectol series, S2 worked best for me in the series.

What you like about S2 and what is your experience about  symetry?
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As I've gotten stronger and stronger, my strokes are more 'clean' and have found S2 to be very stable and sinks enough to be annoying for the opposition. 
Symmetry is just easy to use. And sometimes, that's what you want. Just an easy and reliable BH.

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You re the first player i hear that claims that S2 has sink. How much better than moristo?
Symetry has sink?
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S2 sinks for sure. It's not as automatic though. 
Moristo sink comes out even when you don't want it to once the opponent hits with enough quality, whereas S2 you always get to choose when it comes out. 

So in absolute terms, moristo sinks more. But honestly it's still not that much, I mean look at Attack 8 or 563.

I don't feel much sink with Symmetry hard yet, but I haven't really put it through enough (tough) games to know it well enough.
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