Donic Defplay Classic Senso
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DONIC DEFPLAY CLASSIC Senso
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Reviews of Donic Defplay Classic Senso (11)
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Amazing defensive blade, it was made for a modern style, you need to know how attack with accuracy, also I recommend a medium sponge rubber and long pimps with 0.5 sponge. I proved this blade with Akkadi L2 0.6 mm in the backhand and Joola Brave 2.0 mm for the forehand. It's incredible, the ball when I used the Akkadi was a crazy move with tons of chop, also the blade allows you to attack with good accuracy, you can develop this quality for your game.
The blade surprised me because the characteristics, I agree about the speed, this blade has good speed so I rated with an 8 because the impressive control.
Much faster than it is officially rated. This blade looked fragile to me. When I attempted to seal the blade about 100 ml of varnish (Polyurethane) just vanished in to the layers of the blade. It became harder. Definitely. May be it lost some of its original features. It has a lot of flex. Hence it gives a different feel. It seems to be a poor cousin to the much hyped defplay senso, which is hugely popular in main land China, where a lot many top-notch defenders seem to patronize it. I found it very difficult to find matching long pimples and reverse rubbers for this blade. Feint Long II with 0.5 mm sponge and Joola Topspin Chop C in thin sponge looked OK on this blade. Butterfly Tackiness Chop also worked well. Defplay senso classic seems to be very spin friendly. One can attempt topspin from far off. Long range chopping is possible. All said and done something vital is missing!
This blade is soft and medium stiff due to the balsa core. Great control en good feel. Not the best for topspin, but fantastic control for defensive allround play
Excellent blade for modern defense.
I'm using Xiom OmegaIVPro 2mm in black on the forehand.
I usually play with Matsushita Pro Model blade and I recently tried Defplay Senso. This blade is very soft, even softer than Pro model. Senso is lighter (mine is 72 g) and provides amazing control while choping. I would say that Senso is a little bit faster than Pro Model during offensive strokes. The Senso technology is quite efficient : marellous control but hugh power when needed, with lots of sensations... Excellent blade for modern or classical defense (my favorite with Pro Model).
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