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Donic Appelgren Allplay

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Donic Appelgren Allplay is a highly sensitive Swedish Allround blade, suitable for all modern table tennis strategies where ball control is most important. It provides high acceleration reserves for a fast spin game.

Speed: 73
Control: 82
Weight: 81g
Ply: 5

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Reviews of Donic Appelgren Allplay (31)

I like it. I had to change my tehnique a little bit trying this new blade. I like that it forces me to do the right movement otherwise it goes in the net. Speed is very good if you re the one making it. However when you block the shots if you dont move it a little by yourself it goes into the net, but i guess thats the deal with allwood blades. Pushing is easy, topspin or any kind of spin is very controllable. Im still getting used to it and its speed, I only played like 10 sets with it. Im happy with it, but I hope i adapt to this gamestyle where i need to make more effort into the shot, especially close to the table. Those low shots are hard to do if ur not going for a push, im still getting used to it. Playing far from the table isnt hard
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This is the best choice for all beginners. Very low price, but I like it better than the butterfly primorac.
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It is a decent good blade .
I use it with Chinese rubbers .
Normaly I play with more expensive stuff but this one I use to play al little bit at my work place in the breaks.
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Along with the Stiga All Round Classic and Yasaka Sweden Classic, this is a solid and affordable all-round all-wood blade. It does everything well from loops, blocks, and pushes to chops and serves, and it is well balanced (tend to be around 80g, but can fin them lighter than that). It has good feeling, then, and it is more in the ALL+ category I would say (the Yasaka Sweden Classic is a little slower) and definitely has enough speed to end a point, especially if you pair it with Tensors. It has an abachi core and then layers of limba, so it's flexy and has quite a lot of vibration. Many people spend far too much money on equipment in search of the perfect combo, and many players below 1800 (US) and 1500 (UK) level would do well to just choose a do-it-all blade like this and enjoy the high consistency and forgiveness. If you want something slower and equally affordable, go for the Donic Defplay Senso and re-size it as the ayous wood in that makes it more forgiving and (even) more flexy. (Incidentally, I use long pips on one side of the Appelgren for chopping with either 1.3mm or 1.5mm sponge, and it can be quite lively, but the flexibility works well with the pips if you are primarily cutting the ball, in my opinion, and the ALL+ make up gives you more options on the inverted side than a DEF+ blade.)
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