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Stiga Allround Classic

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The Stiga Allround Classic is definitely a classic! Great for the allround player. Good control and all-around offense for a versatile all-around game. A perfect balance between speed, weight and feel lies behind Allround Classic´s enormous popularity among competitive players, who choose the best.

Speed: 73
Control: 77
Rating: ALL
Thickness: 5.1mm
Weight: 85g
Construction: 5-ply


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Reviews of Stiga Allround Classic (38)

The amount of control you have with this blade is insane. The dwell time is also quite incredible. In combination with Andro Rasanter R47, it is a formidable looping blade.
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9.7/10 for ALL style. FH: Nittaku H2 Pro, 1.8mm, 45g (0.22g/cm^2), 42.5 degrees (Nittaku), 38 degrees (Shore A). BH: DHS H3, 1.8mm, 43g (0.207g/cm^2), 39 degrees (Shore A). Blade: Stiga Allround Classic, 80g, 158mm x 151mm x 5.1mm (Width x Height x Thickness). Plies: 5 (Wood): Limba - Ayous - Ayous - Ayous - Limba.
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Everything has already been said about this blade. Lima-Ayous-Ayous-Ayous-Limba. Pair it with rubbers to suit your play style and it works great, slower rubbers for beginners, and buy faster rubbers as you level up. Sweet spot is on the small side. Wings need slight sanding. This blade has a very similar feel (and the same wood composition) as the Tibhar Drinkhall All-round Classic, the only real difference is that the Tibhar blade, imo, has a nicer feel in the hand, and no sanding is needed.
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Not as slow as its rating given here. You can generate a lot of speed if you utilize its flexibility. But beginners tend to hit flat instead of flexing the blade and that explains the low score here. It can become too fast with tensor rubbers so beginners should stick to harder Chinese rubbers at the beginning.
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I have been playing with this blade for a couple of years now at amateur level. I pair it with chinese tacky hard rubbers (e.g. DHS Hurricane H2 on forehand).
For me, this blade is extremelly helpful for developing and improving the technique. It has a great feeling and flex. I can always feel exactly where the ball hit the blade during a shot - essential feedback for improving my shots.
Control and consistency is very good, at least in the combination I use with chinesse hard tacky rubber. When the ball goes long or into the net, I can understand what I did wrong with my shot. Again, great feedback for developing technique. With other "faster" blades when the ball goes long I often can't tell what I did wrong.
For amateur level, the speed of Stiga Allround Classic is fast enough when hitting the ball with proper technique and enough power (weight transfer and waist rotation). The blade is not fast on it's own, not using your body to put power behind your shots will make the blade seem slow.
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