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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.

Speed: 88
Control: 62
Rating: OFF
Thickness: 6.6mm
Weight: 95g
Construction: 7-ply

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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 Clipper Classic (33)

Impressionnant , si vous avez envoyez le corps et le bras en top ...
Vraiment le sentiment de contrler la vitesse de la balle en fonction de votre engagement .
Bloc trs croustillant , rien a envier aux lames carbones ..
Je jouais avec le ma long 3 il me manquait un peu de contrle donc j ai voulu essayer le clipper et j'ai trs bien fait car hormis le control bien plus prsent ,j ai augmenter la puissance et la vitesse car je retiens beaucoup moins mes coups car moins peut de sortir la balle de la table ..
Tibhar mk en 2 coup droit , nittaku c1 en revers ,, super compo et pas lourd ..
Pour pas vraiment cher ,, c est idal pour retrouver le plaisir de mettre la balle sur la table
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Control is good, speed is alright. There are quality issues in the newer batch of STIGA clipper. It is a blade for offensive players that win point with placement and feeling.
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I have a Clipper Wood (Legend handle, non WRB). I rock 2x unboosted DHS Hurricane Neo (commercial orange sponge) 39 degree chinese hardness (Medium) which is super hard compared to European/Japanese rubbers. The blade itself is pretty heavy and suits these rubbers quite well. The blade has little vibration and it has quite large sweet spot. After using it for some time i would probably prefer a thinner handle - Master instead if the Legend one. Overall a very good offensive blade with a good weight to it. I need to try it with different, bouncier rubbers though. The lack or low vibration makes it suitable for more advanced players.
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I had this blade ten years ago after a Sardius and Korbel and really liked it. Much more control than Sardius with enough power and better looping. Same control as Korbel but more power in attacks. Perfect for blocking. This was all with old rubbers before the tensors arrive. I used seriver G2 and Bryce and was happy.
I tried it again now at its 40th anniversary and can say its still a great blade. ALC blades are now taking over in looping and far from table attacks without losing control in blocking.
So, if youre playing serious competitions go for ALC but if still not competent in basic techniques, use Cliper till youre enough confident. Its very easy to change to ALC after that.
Im going to try SP rubber on it for FH now as this the famous combination of Liu Giuliang.
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9.1/10 for OFF style. FH/BH: Donic Coppa X1 Turbo Platin, 2mm, 43g (0.208g/cm^2), 47.5 degrees (ESN), 37.5 degrees (Shore A). Blade: Stiga Clipper, 92g, 158mm x 151mm x 6.6mm (Width x Height x Thickness). Plies: 7 (Wood): Limba - Ayous - Ayous - Ayous - Ayous - Ayous - Limba.
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