The Nexy OLAM is an attacking blade with deep dwell for super spinny loops. Nexy Korea President describes the blade below.
7-ply all wooden blade, featuring a surface wood that I never used before. This wood works well for the poly ball, and players will quickly feel the blades mighty power, even though it is not thick. And, as a 4th generation blade, it has a line factor. It grips the ball and drives it upward. But there is a big difference between ZEALOT and OLAM. ZEALOT has a line factor, which is related to the sticky feeling and extended staying ability, while OLAM grips the ball and then it quickly expels it. It has a very powerful projection, and players will feel comfortable when attacking topspin. The difference comes mainly from the surface wood. It grips the ball at a rate that is somewhere between KANAPH’s point impact and CHEDECH’s dot impact, but it does not hold onto the ball. It rebounds the ball without a sticky feeling. Therefore, this blade has a long trajectory. It is a powerful weapon for the poly ball age, while being light and thin compared to most other attacking blades.
Yet, there will be players who prefer ZEALOT over OLAM. I did at first. My fascination with ZEALOT interfered with my judging ability, making it difficult for me to compare these two blades. Initially, I could not tell how special OLAM was because it was so different from ZEALOT, which I loved. But testers were amazed by OLAM, and I now understand why! I am sure that you will feel the same as I did. OLAM is a unique blade that is outstanding among 4th generation blades. If you set aside any preconceived notions of ZEALOT, then you might discover the wonder of OLAM. This is a very powerful and trust worthy attacking blade, specially for poly ball play. Are you ready to meet OLAM?