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Brand
Stiga
Price
65
Type
Wood
Materials
 
Class
 OFF
Speed
   8.0
Control
   8.0
Ply
   7.0
Weight
   90.0g
Manufacturer stats
Speed
   7.7
Control
   8.5
Hardness
   6.7
Durability
   7.2
User stats
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This offensive Stiga blade has increased speed with maintained touch due to the CR system. UV varnished to generate maximum speed.
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4.5
4.5 7 reviews
Overall Rating
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    Posted 01-17-2021
    JellyRascal's Avatar JellyRascal Reviews(3)
    5.00 Great price for a fast blade!
    • Fast
    • Lots of control
    • Great price
    The price you pay for this blade is great because it has tons of control and is a 7 ply blade. It is recommended for beginners and i love the way that is has a cool design. The speed on the blade is high and fast even when using Hurricane 3 which is a slow rubber.

    User stats

    • Speed
         8
    • Control
         8
    • Hardness
         10
    • Durability
         10
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    Posted 01-18-2020
    The Pong Professor's Avatar The Pong Professor Reviews(0)
    4.00 CR WRB - Soft 7-ply control
    • Blocking
    • control offense
    • solid feeling
    • top-end power
    The Clipper CR WRB is a well-balanced, light (or so it feels), and linear blade for close-to-the-table control- and spin-oriented all-round players. The blade reminds me most closely of a more robust version of the DHS Power G7. When combined with relatively moderately fast rubbers like DHS Hurricane 3 Neo, the set-up lacks penetrating power, especially far from the table. Fast European or Japanese rubbers are likely a better fit for this blade in the modern 40+ era and will result in set-ups with a lovely balance for looping, blocking, short game and flat hitting. I think the blade is suitable for intermediate and advanced players, including kids, who are looking for a blade with a more solid feeling than typical 5-ply all-wood blades. For the full review, see: https://blog.tabletennis11.com/four-stiga-blades

    User stats

    • Speed
         8.8
    • Control
         8.7
    • Hardness
         5
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    Posted 11-26-2016
    4.00 Stiga clipper cr
    I have tried both clipper cr and clipper wood.Speed is medium fast.Cr version is slightly faster and easier for rubber removal.The 7 ply wood construction adds stability to your shot.Sweet spot is average.Nice pair with dhs hurricane neo or other chinese rubbers but requires chinese looping styles.I have tried the cr version with scylla long pimples as well. Nothing impressive but rather controllable for a wooden blade.I think japanese player ishikawa had used it for quite some time before switching to current blade.

    User stats

    • Speed
         5.5
    • Control
         8.3
    • Hardness
         6.1
    • Durability
         6.8
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    Posted 02-25-2016
    4.00 Great "do it all"
    • Suitable for all
    • Control
    • Price
    • Not specific
    The Stiga Clipper CR (and CR WRB) is a great blade for developing players (and more!).

    Lots of control, suitably fast. This blade has no weaknesses and can be used by defenders, blockers, hitters, spinners...
    The drawback is that it does not shine in one particular aspect. For a pure topspinner / defender / blocker, other blades are likely better suited.

    In particular, if you want power in your shots, it has to come from you, so over a whole tournament, this can be physically demanding.

    The Stiga quality can be a bit hit and miss, and the weights can vary. Most good blades will be 90+ grammes.

    The speed is sufficient, and the control is very good. Throw is medium.

    The Clipper is a great blade, with a small price. Any player getting coaching should try one. It is the perfect blade to improve your game.

    With the new ball, more advance players looking for power can consider a faster blade. Some Pros still play with Clipper but they are fitter than most league players.

    User stats

    • Speed
         8
    • Control
         9
    • Hardness
         6
    • Durability
         10
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    Posted 10-13-2015
    5.00 Very nice blade
    • great speed
    • quite light
    I think this blade is perfect for an all round attacker as it is very light and helps you reach a great speed.

    User stats

    • Speed
         9
    • Control
         7.9
    • Hardness
         6.5
    • Durability
         8.5
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    Posted 05-11-2015
    42andbackpains's Avatar 42andbackpains Reviews(6)
    4.00 Controllable Clipper
    • Good Control
    • Crispy
    • Bigger Head
    I have tried the Clipper CR, CC and Oversize. Clippers give great feedback and control and the CR gives control without the blade being too fast. I myself like harder blades, so i went with the CC instead of CR, but you do lose some of the control with the CC. The Clipper CR is a good starting point to learn control and develop/define your strokes without breaking the bank.

    User stats

    • Speed
         6.7
    • Control
         8.5
    • Hardness
         6.7
    • Durability
         6.7
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    Posted 02-24-2015
    harveyaquino's Avatar harveyaquino Reviews(4)
    4.00 Excellent blade with stable offence and defence abilities
    • Good value
    • Excellent dwell
    • Stable attack/def
    • Rough handle
    I've tried the Clipper CR Legend version 88grams. The one thing that stands out in this blade is its ability for excellent attack and defence. I used Tenergy 05 and Boost TX and it was good for consistent looping and blocking. When I changed to SpinArt in FH and Globe 888, which is a medium pimples rubber, I was surprised that I can attack well with the pimples in BH. Truly, Clipper series are good with pimple rubbers especially short and medium pimples which require a more hitting stroke. The direct feel of the Clipper CR, thanks to the hardened outer ply helped in making shots faster and accurate. But the outer ply is not that hard because of the thin limba that served as excellent wood for allowing touch shots and looping. Serves are good, blocks are better, looping is consistent. It is a very complete blade that can compete with even the composite ones.

    User stats

    • Speed
         8
    • Control
         8.9
    • Hardness
         6.9
    • Durability
         8.3
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