Stiga Calibra LT
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Calibra LT from STIGA has a medium hard sponge, suitable for the highly skilled player with excellent technique. Calibra LT is for advanced players who demand tremendous spin and speed, combined with a sensitive touch. If you want to advance your game, this is the rubber for you!
With the Calibra series we have created a totally new dimension to the game. We focused on creating a longer trajectory on the ball, as a long trajectory in today's game is more and more important. The combination of spin, speed and long trajectory is unique to this rubber series; you have never felt this level of play before. With the Calibra LT rubbers you will be able to perform strokes and shots never before possible. You will still have control for all the small shots and service return, but when you are attacking you will be in a totally new world. The Calibra LT series will take your game to another level.
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Reviews of Stiga Calibra LT (30)
9.7/10 for OFF style. FH/BH: Stiga Calibra LT, 2.2mm, 46g (0.228g/cm^2), 47.5 degrees (ESN), 37.5 degrees (Shore A). Blade: Butterfly Innerforce ZLC, 85g, 157mm x 150mm x 5.7mm (Width x Height x Thickness). Plies: 7 (5 Wood + 2 Composite): Limba - Limba - ZLC - Ayous - ZLC - Limba - Limba.
Spin (European Style): 9.3
Weight: 47g in 2.2 (0.229g/cm^2)
Hardness (DHS): 37.3
Fast Loop: 9.3
Slow Loop: 9
Counter Loop: 8.9
Available Sponge Thickness: 1.8/2.0/2.2
I am using this rubber max both sides Bh & FH On my gergely tamca 5000 spin is ok even topspins and serves, serves mostly land on the net a plenty times specially when serving deep spin serves, this rubber has a good control over all sometimes i think maybe because I have very stiff blade like gerlgely it becomes difficult a bit to play as gergely is an advanced blade, for smashing it is very good and flicking too, its been a month i am using this rubber so far good this rubber can be very offensive if anyone glues it on a right blade , and has the right skill with a suitable angle,those who want to finish points faster this rubber is good overall satisfactory
this is an excellent rubber, it is over-priced just like the other non-Chinese rubbers, but the spin is great and it's the fastest non-spring rubber out there but it's not linear speed, you have to really whip it to see the higher speed, the result is more control with lesser efforts, like a push, and the hardness of the sponge gives good control on the block as well, in comparing this rubber to Tenergy05, this Calibra has way more control, it's slightly faster at top speed but has less spin, however, the biggest difference between the two is the trajectory, the Calibra has a VERY flat trajectory, it's very deceptive how low the ball will travel, because when it hits the table the topspin kick is shocking....... I think the better rubber depends on your style, you cannot truly compare anything with a spring sponge because the spring effect is neither good or bad, just different, some will love it and it will infuriate others, lastly, I would not bother to compare this with Xiom ...... Stiga is in a class far above it IMHO.....
this rubber is very fast, no bring and extremely low trajectory, the travel is so flat opponents often think the ball will net then it whizzes by them, I found that pleasurable, the feel is very consistent - many gears in a linear order, the spin is less than Tenergy 05 but more than Xiom Omega V pro, it feels lighter than T05 but I'm not sure, it is definitely not too light, I recommend it for forehand because th trajectory is low, i just think it would be hard to loop on the backhand, price is just average
I like the Calibra series and this one is a little harder then Calibra sound. I say medium hard. It has a nice feel and I like it very much against under spin when the tacky surface makes it easy to get the ball over the net. Good in serve and returns.
It's a rubber for offensive players who likes rubber with control.
I use this rubbers on my Intensity Carbon on both my forehand and backhand and its a combination that works super for me. What I like the most about Calibra LT is the unique touch and the feel and control. It is not the best rubber when it comes to spin but for my game style it works perfect.
Works good both close to the table and from mid distance, I feel very same when blocking with these rubbers and they are easy to control in short balls. The rubbers is durable and they dont cost a fortune like some of the other pro rubbers on the market. The best rubbers from Stiga!
I am an All/OFF- USATT ~2000 player. I have used this rubber both in the FH/BH. In my opinion, it is a great rubber for hard direct hitters but less suitable for players who exclusive rely on topspin, due to its low throw angle. I found it to be an excellent BH rubber. Very crisp feel (medium-hard sponge). Good short game. Fast, but still good control. The rubber is very light (15% lighter than an Andro Rasant Grip).
(used on FH; 2.0)
Never thought I'd say this, but Stiga Calibra LT is better for me than T05!!
T05 has it all: speed, spin, control.
Calibra LT has even more speed and control. You can control every shot from dropping a serve back short (really short!) to spinning cross court full power.
A slow loop can produce a lot of spin when the ball is lightly brushed.
The ball trajectory seems to be longer but can be easily adjusted for. In fact when you get used to it the ball hits the table near the end and is much harder to block for your opponent.
Pure speed kicks in when you loop full power. Flat strokes aren't that impressive.
The main difference between T05 and this one is the lower throwing angle. This needs a bit of getting used to. I struggled with this for a couple of sessions. Now things are starting to improve.
When you have to react really fast the Stiga Calibra LT is harder to handle than T05. So far I was not able to hit any "lucky" shots. You really have to be prepared for every shot and attack it with vigor!
Conclusion: Wonderful product
Rubber for expert, great for allround attack players. You can't make a mistake, if you can do this you can get what you want!
I started playing in 1970. I have used a lot of table tennis equipment since then. I am currently rated about 1600 USATT. This is by far the most technical inverted rubber I ever used. The throw angle is the lowest. The rubber is very fast. When you combine very low throw with great speed and a long trajectory you get a lot of balls going off the end of the table. That is true for players whose technique is not strong. For me personally, I have adjusted my technique and am very happy with this rubber. I am not good enough to get 100% of what the rubber offers. At best I am getting about 30 - 45%, but I am happy with that. Stiga took fast attack rubbers, put them together with very spinny rubbers and control rubbers and created a rubber that in the hands of a skilled technically proficient players can be all of the other rubbers combine!
d in one. This rubber has so many gears and surreal control at any speed. The long trajectory is disturbing to other players. Spin depends entirely on the player. Stroke the ball correctly and there is very heavy spin, or change your stroke and watch the ball catapult with little to no spin. I love this rubber. It is light (45 grams at maximum thickness) I use it on my forehand with Barwell Fleet blade and T64 2.1 on the backhand. Well done Stiga!
This is a good rubber, but it lasted for two weeks, with play 5 days a week 2 hours a day. Also not so spinny, but easy to play.
Good rubber, but not as good as in the reviews...We took 10 of the same rubber sheets, 2.0 red Calibra LT and weight them. It differed 10 grams between 2 of the rubber!!! So consistency is almost laughable...
I use this rubber on my Stiga Clipper forehand. Great combo of spin and speed, better than Tenergy 05. For someone with lots of touch, you can get tremendous amounts of spin on the ball. Makes a pronounced popping sound when striking the ball, for those of you that like that. Stiga markets the Calibra rubbers as giving great long trajectory; you do not have to work hard to project the ball with this rubber. Lots of touch and control for a med.-hard sponge too.
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