Donic Appelgren Allplay Senso V1
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Depending on the rubber you combine this blade with, it is suitable for all modern table tennis strategies where ball control is most important. It provides high acceleration reserves for a fast spin game.
V1 and V2 denotes two different hollow spaces inside the handle whose measurements have been calculated by computer design. The V1 hollow space produces more speed. The control of the ball is identical to the original blade. The V2 hollow space increases the control and the speed remains the same.
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Reviews of Donic Appelgren Allplay Senso V1 (6)
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This blade can be used by a wide range of players. Many gears depending on rubber selection and thickness. ST grip is outstanding, big and fat which reduces hand strain over long playing sessions. A flexible blade with very good speed reserves. Great build quality and nice balance with thick rubbers. Pair it with classic rubbers for strong allround play or with tensor for more than enough speed and spin to win the point in higher level play. More players would benefit their game using this class of blade. Great blade for looping close/mid distance. Pair it with thick Chinese tacky rubber for massive spin generation and good speed. A very nice blade from Donic.
I played with one for 5 months, but retired it and replaced it with a Yasaka Extra after I dented it. The Donic has great control, but as my play improved, I found that I needed more speed on smashes, and the Donic seemed slow in that regard. The root cause might be my form, but the switch to the Yasaka helped, I think. I could still play with this blade anytime.
I'm no expert.
this is one of the best blade to start the career of tennis table. the control is over the standard. even the speed is not so high it's possible smash or make variation of the rule play. not performing in the block but it's all a subgective impression. I used it with two standard Dinic Vario and then with Donic Platin Soft
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