Stiga Clipper Classic
The STIGA Clipper Classic table tennis blade is famous throughout the world for its speed and is appreciated particularly by players who want extra power behind their stroke. Clipper is used by many Asian world class players.
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Reviews of Stiga Clipper Classic (29)
I still love the Stiga the Legend (FL)handle is really nice. I tried with a hard FH rubber on Clipper Wood for 4 hours . I love it the Loops are faster and more linear and faster.
- 2 * Limba 0.5mm
- 2 * Ayous 0.7mm
- 2 * Ayous 1.4mm
- Ayous 1.4mm
craftsmanship is medium or even low but quality of wood is exceptional.
this is for a month of playing.
Plays extremely well with Chinese tacky rubbers that have hard sponge.
This blade has a good touch and feeling.
Plays extremely well with new poly ball.
Overall, excellent blade.
BH Rubber: Butterfly Solcion 1.9 (Red)
Changed from Ebenholz V, IMO I think it need very little adjustment to play effectively (looping game). The clipper is a bit more stiff but soft, yet it is still easy to loop. Smash and touch play are still excellent. (Edit Nov 2015) After using for more than 4 months, I still say the same that it is good blade to play for smasher and power loop drive player. However, I stopped using it and switched to 5 plys mainly on control issue on loop and touch play. Yet I still find that the blade is too thick and heavy for my preference and set up.
Very cheap compared to its incredible quality.
This blade is very good. Not as fast as one could expect from an off+ blade.
It's very slow in the shortgame. When I try to topspin or loop the ball, it's still slow compared to flexier blades.
I am not very good in looping. But that's one of the reasons why I bought this blade. I feel more confident in looping, Because this blade needs you to work more for the power.
Normally I play with BT555 and cj8000 36-38 2.0 both sides.
For passive play the ball goes medium-low. In the beginning I had problems getting the balls to the other side of the net. But when I started to put in more power, the ball went over. Like the high throw from the rubbers starts to kick in when playing more offensive. Again this blade needs one to put in own strenght to get out the power.
I don't find clipper much better for smashing than BT555. But it's definitely much better for blocking.
BT555 has more dwelltime and is better for generating spin.
Clipper has a big sweetspot.
I think clipper has better control for forehand looping. And BT555 is better for backhand looping.
I actually think that low-level players can't go wrong with this one.
The biggest reason why I bought this
blade, is the handle. I think clipper and stiga straight handles in general is the best there is.
Clipper is pretty heavy. But not headheavy. It gives a good balance for heavy rubbers. Only making it a little head-heavy compared to lighter blades.
This blade is one the best options for those who are looking for good and stable learning process in table tennis!
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