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      Ahmad Arnous is offline
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      Don't ignore ! , viscaria vs spw

      Hi guys !!
      I wish you hava an amazing day
      I confused for a two kind of blade to use in preparation for a new competetion ,,
      (Tibhar spw &bty viscaria)
      I am immediate player and my rubber is Stiga airoc m (fh)
      Tibhar 5q ubdate(bh)

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      Well, do you have both? Or are you thinking of getting one or the other blade?

      The issue should not be which blade we think you should use. The actual issue is: which Blade DO YOU play MATCHES better with.

      Sometimes a blade that you play well with for certain kinds of drills, is not so good for match play.

      If you have played with both blades, which one do you feel you serve and receive better with? Play matches better with?


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      IF you are good, you are good. If you suck, you suck. The blade is not going to change the result unless you mostly suck.
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      Ahmad Arnous is offline
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      Quote Originally Posted by UpSideDownCarl View Post
      Well, do you have both? Or are you thinking of getting one or the other blade?

      The issue should not be which blade we think you should use. The actual issue is: which Blade DO YOU play MATCHES better with.

      Sometimes a blade that you play well with for certain kinds of drills, is not so good for match play.

      If you have played with both blades, which one do you feel you serve and receive better with? Play matches better with?


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      I havn't both ..

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      Quote Originally Posted by NextLevel View Post
      IF you are good, you are good. If you suck, you suck. The blade is not going to change the result unless you mostly suck.
      Great word's
      Thank you

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      Quote Originally Posted by Ahmad Arnous View Post
      I havn't both ..
      What are you using now? What is your level and play style?


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      They are both good blades. You would probably be ok with either one.

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      Quote Originally Posted by UpSideDownCarl View Post
      What are you using now? What is your level and play style?


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      I use stiga allround classic but it was broken
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      Either blade is going to be a whole lot faster. Based on that, you might want to try the Stratus Power Wood. But you also might do well with Stiga Allround Evolution. It is decently faster than Allround Classic, has a similar feel but a decent amount more pace.

      Going from Stiga Allround Classic to a Viscaria may not be the best transition. The blades are so different from each other.


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      I'm pretty satisfied with my Allround Evo myself: it probably wouldn't be a bad buy. Just be a little careful with it, it's a bit fragile. Mine already has a dent on the side.

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      Would probably recommend eternity vps over SPW, SPW is rather head heavy

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      I have both and they are great blades.

      If you are an intermediate player you may prefer SPW because it gives you a bit more feedback and is a tad slower. You can't go wrong with either. I feel like despite the ALC layer Viscaria is more flexible while SPW feels softer, but stiffer.

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      Quote Originally Posted by NextLevel View Post
      IF you are good, you are good. If you suck, you suck. The blade is not going to change the result unless you mostly suck.
      Amen

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      Quote Originally Posted by NextLevel View Post
      IF you are good, you are good. If you suck, you suck. The blade is not going to change the result unless you mostly suck.
      Why haven't anyone told us that until now!? Hey is that a Mizutani SZLC Tenergy for sale? Gotta go...
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      Quote Originally Posted by Ahmad Arnous View Post
      Hi guys !!
      I wish you hava an amazing day
      I confused for a two kind of blade to use in preparation for a new competetion ,,
      (Tibhar spw &bty viscaria)
      I am immediate player and my rubber is Stiga airoc m (fh)
      Tibhar 5q ubdate(bh)
      Both have a great feeling, but SPW have more control.

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