View Full Version : T Flex, or Ether Radiant blade?
11-14-2002, 10:41 AM
I am going to get a Mission Flyweight Sr. shaft in the next week or so. Before I order the shaft I need to make a blade selection. I have narrowed the choice to two blades: T Flex Wood Blade, and the Mission Ether Radiant Composite Blade. I know that the Radiant is about 2 inches shorter, and can last a very long time, and it is a light blade. But when it comes to Easton, well I have no solid convincing information about the blade. On epuck I found the blades to be equally priced, all I need to know is which one to get?!
Has anyone out here used the T-flex wood blade? I need some information so I can get my blade choice finished pronto.
11-14-2002, 11:08 AM
just to let you know, Easton is discontinuing the T-Flex line pretty soon.
If you want to compare price, I would definately go w/ the Ether. I have recently seen about 4 or 5 T-Flex wood blades splinter after minimal use, 1 or 2 shots. If you choose the wood T's, you WILL be buying them in bulk. But, if you got the money, might want to consider the T-flex graphite, very good blade but more money.
11-14-2002, 01:38 PM
I've used both and prefer the ether due to its durability. I also like mission's blade paterns for it better too.
11-14-2002, 01:49 PM
I though the Mission Flyweight required a Mission blade because of the taper, and only mission blades would fit it........ ??
11-14-2002, 02:02 PM
Both the ether blade and the t-flex blad has tapered hossels so you could use either of them.
11-17-2002, 10:09 PM
I just ordered my 100 flex Flyweight shaft, and I am going to go to epuck to get the ether radiant blade sometime soon. Thanks for the help
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