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.
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Reviews of Stiga Allround Classic (25)
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A blade designated for begginer level. Enough speed, good control. But it has so much vibrations....too much for my taste! And I was expected more from Stiga brand regarding the finishes. Edges are sharp, evem the handle needs some sanding. Overall, I\\\'m not very impressed.
Amazing beginner blade, gives you a great feeling, wich makes me confident in my strokes. I play with a neos sound rubber, a fast rubber, but doesnt have much spin. I was able to compensate for that with the flex of this blade, and using more of my body in the stroke. If you are a beginner you cant go wrong with this one. No chance.
Combined with chinese FH rubber (729 Friendship Origin) and Stiga Genesis M on BH.
I played with this blade for 6 months now and I really have improved a lot, and this blade is one of the main factors. Because of its high Flex, the dwell time is increased a lot, which means great spin, and an amazing Feeling of the ball (I can tell exactly where on the blade I hit the ball, even in short game and serves)
People always complain about the Speed, but i think the Speed you can create with Looping is very high. Also, the spin this blade creates with the chinese rubber is insane (Players 2 leagues above me struggle to block my FH Loops).
I absolutely recommend this blade for loopers and developing Players who want a good Feeling.
It is a very Good beginners Blade, recommended. Don't play soft rubbers, only medium or Hard. Chinese rubbers is a Good chose, just focus your technique.
Mine 78g, 5.3mm. This blade is thin and light. Tok tok sound. From other review they said it was a good blade but i dont like this blade. Its not the blade fault, just it does not suit my playing style. I use clipper before and they are totally very different character.
The best blade i ever had, better than donic persson exclusive off, or inclusive intensity nct from stiga. I love the control, the potencial velocity with the correct combination of rubbers (in my case rasanter r42 on backhand in 2.0 mm and rasanter r47 on forehand in 2.0 mm it's a great combination for Stiga Allround Classic), the spin, this blade it's for begginers AND advanced players cause you can do anything with it inclusive in advanced play
Just like the name is a classic, good quality blade 85g you can use it for a long time, with your favorite rubber, there's no need to spend 100 for a blade give this one a try.
Does anybody know which kind of wood is used for this blade? i cant find infos about it although its so popular..
i am beginner and play it now for half a year after i had a way to hard and stiff carbon blade. the feeling when i hit the ball is very intense, i think its perfect to improve my touch.
Good blade for beginners, mine was abit heavy 91g. You can hit really nice shots and can lift underspin. Good feeling and vibrations.
One of my first blades and probably one of the best blades for all round players who likes a lot of control. The Stiga classic is not super fast but the control in the blade is very very good. I think it works best close to mid range and what I like the most with this blade is the feel and control in my blocks. Even if it's a pretty old blade it's still one of my favorites.
Very good blade to start playing and you can use it for a long time, just need to put faster rubbers on it as you're lvling up. You can do everything with this wood, the only limit is you. A blade one can buy without 2nd thoughts.
This blade was picked for me from a reputable TT supplier to match my old blade when I used a Mark V setup in the 70s. Supplied with tame rubbers - Mendo Energy 2.0 Good blade to start off with but quickly out grew it. Did re-buy one for an Agent of mine and stuck Magna TC II rubbers on it and was surprised how well it performed. Blade is a little flexible and there's little top end. Developed a sore shoulder from trying to over hit to compensate for the lack of speed. Didn't do well with harder rubbers on it like e.g. the M1. Legend handle was really nice despite developing a fondness later on for straight and anatomic handles. Highly recommended blade.
I have tested numerous blades of all classes through the years but not this one until now. This blade must be sealed when new after a light sanding of the handle and wings. This blade gives you exactly what you put into the shot. Medium speed with some vibration and medium small sweet spot. Build quality is good. Pair it with classic rubbers for a safe allround game or with tensors for more offense. Great for looping. Pair it with slower rubbers/thinner sponge for defense or control game. An all time classic allround blade good for just about any style depending on rubber selection except pure power play away from table. With tacky Chinese type attack rubber it becomes very allround in nature with very good spin. A classic!
For an all-around blade this guy is pretty fast, I feel. I havn't used a ton of blades, but I feel this one pops. The sweet spot is small, but when you hit it, the ball does exactly what you want. I feel this is a very good mid-distance blade. Overall a very nice blade
I'm playing tennis about 2 years. With this blade I fell and control maximum. I use friendship geospin tacky 1.8mm with it. Comparing with other blades witch I have - it's the best to learn the game.
I do not agree that this blade has small sweet spot. I have one with very big sweet point, speed slightly lower near the edges only. Maybe it can be different. Very flex. P.S. My blade weight 82g.
This blade has much control and a very small sweet spot. You almost get a perfect feedback if you hit the ball correctly. But on the other side, if you hit the ball not at the sweet spot, the ball dies half way to the net. This rubber teaches you to hit the ball correctly and nice to learn techniques.
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