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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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Stiga Blade Handle Naming

Stiga refers to Flared handle blades as "Master", Straight Handle blades as "Classic" and Anatomic blades as "Winner".

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Reviews of Stiga Allround Classic (50)

This blade is super slow. Doesn't mix very well with harder rubbers on forehand. The ball tends to die and goes to the net, even with sticky, hybrid rubber like Rakza Z. With Chinese rubbers it is just dead forehand, completely. On backhand doesn't mix at all with tensor rubbers. Had Xiom Vega Europe and it was tragedy composition, due to the speed of the blade you had to put more force into shot and ball would fly out of the table. On a different blade Xiom was very controllable. It only goes well with linear non-tensor rubbers. I put Rakza X-soft on my backhand and it was an instant improvement. It is very dissapointing blade to me since the handle(Legend) is very comfortable and it is thin and weighs not that much - 85g, blade looks great aswell. The ball feeling is one of the best though and it gives you some control, f.e. blocking is pretty good with this one. People say it is great beginner blade, but I have used my brothers Hurricane Hao 3, which is definitely not a beginner blade and it is just way better. To clarify: I've used many blades already: cheap/expensive/beginner/advanced/different compositions of wood/carbon/ all-wood and I've got to say that this blade is overpriced and doesn't provide you with sufficient speed to play modern TT. I will continue playing with it and bettering my technique, since I am a beginner, but there are better ones and cheaper to start with.
It seems like I am very negative here, but I am not. The blade is a classic, looks great, gives you good vibration(feedback), allows to produce good topspin and is good for blocking, but the speed is insufficient to me.
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I cannot recommend another blade more than this for maximum feel and learning looping and pushing, or just learning to spin the ball in general. So much control! The flex and feedback is the clearest and really promotes development of full and good technique. I could not make a good shot unless I made good contact with acceleration. Otherwise the ball drops dead.
Only downside is the speed only takes you so far. I played with this blade for 3 years and even got to the point when I slapped Dignics 09C and tenergy 05fx on it... after that I knew I was ready to move to a new faster blade as I developed my feel and technique enough to stop relying on the All-round's inherent abilities.
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This blade is perfect choice to beginner. It have good control and enough speed that contribute confidence to beginner.
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Interchangeable with Sanwei m-8. Friend gave me to play and it feels very simmilar to m8 or donic all series blades.
Godd for learn strokes or play allaround mixed style. Not easy to attack with chineese tacky rubbers, You need to use body power. Easier to use attack with eur/japan rubbers but for newcomer with less control.
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best control blade I've ever had, perfect dwell, good feel in the hand, feels like it blends in with the hand, speed isn't too fast, but it's a perfect blade
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