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      Quote Originally Posted by zeio View Post
      People in China have come to consider the following as mild and proof of a genuine product from Stiga since knockoffs have trouble copying that. This has gained them the nickname 拉絲卡(brushed card) since it rhymes with 斯帝卡(Stiga).
      Sorry to go back to this. But this is totally hysterical that this is how they tell if it is an authentic Stiga blade and that the counterfeiters cannot make their blades as....shall we say delicately....or should we call it what it is and say....the counterfeiters cannot make their blades with as poor a build quality....as Stiga does and that this has earned them a nickname.

      I think that says soooooo much.

      Sorry. I used to love Stiga blades. There was a time when they really were the best. They felt so good. They still feel really good. They do serve a purpose. But there was a time when they were really solid. At a certain point they started making blades that were disposable. Play, use it. It feels good. You change the rubber and need a new blade.
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      Quote Originally Posted by UpSideDownCarl View Post
      Sorry to go back to this. But this is totally hysterical that this is how they tell if it is an authentic Stiga blade and that the counterfeiters cannot make their blades as....shall we say delicately....or should we call it what it is and say....the counterfeiters cannot make their blades with as poor a build quality....as Stiga does and that this has earned them a nickname.

      I think that says soooooo much.

      Sorry. I used to love Stiga blades. There was a time when they really were the best. They felt so good. They still feel really good. They do serve a purpose. But there was a time when they were really solid. At a certain point they started making blades that were disposable. Play, use it. It feels good. You change the rubber and need a new blade.
      What I find funny is the claim that it is the case with every brand, as if we are speaking about the odd delaminated blade as opposed to a strong trend with Stiga. I used to buy and delaminate Stiga blades in pairs. It wasn't worth it. And their dubious QC when building top plies was evident in their shoddy workmanship as well.
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