Donic Burn ALL+

Donic Burn ALL+ Blade
Approx. $ 50 USD
Price $

User Ratings (18)

Speed 7.9
Control 8.8
Stiffness 6.3   
Hardness 6.9   
Medium hard
Consistency 8.5   
Always identical
Overall 8.7 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 80 / 100
Control 85 / 100
Weight 80g
Plies 5
Materials Mahogany, Awan, Kiri
There are 5 users using the Donic Burn ALL+.
he main priority in producing the Allround Plus Version of the DONIC Burn blade series has been to ensure ease of control and feel.The thinner Kiri centre ply of the DONIC Burn ALL+ offers greater control than the blades in the Offensive series. At 80 g this blade is highly suitable for players who prefer a lighter blade. The DONIC Burn ALL+ blade can also be used with harder attacking rubbers to produce fantastic speed.For an Allround blade this model is relatively stiff and combined with softer rubbers will develop plenty of spin.

"Thermic Burned Technology"

The thermic treatment of the veneers makes for extremely high stability comparable to features of high-quality tropical woods. The blades are exposed to a temperature of 200 degrees centigrade for twenty four hours. This process hardens the wood and removes any humidity. The resulting playing characteristics of these blades are therefore unique.DONIC Burn Series, the new blade generation for modern table tennis.

Reviews (12)

Babazooleh  on 5/17/2015

I paired this blade with the andro rasant powergrip FH and the andro rasant grip BH. My experience with this bat was that when i was playing my strokes the blade had a significant amount of vibration with it. Also when the ball hit the bat, it made a hollow sound as if the bat was made from plain wood. However the bat is powerful and i can also use it for blocking.
Ttjw93  on 1/2/2014

Very good blade in combination with Tibhar Genius Sound. Good control close to the table and at middistance. Far away from the table this blade lacks some power. Overall a very good blade. Update: I now use some thinner rubbers and the speed dropped very much. It's a can-do-everything blade. Use faster thicker rubbers for more speed while maintain good control. Good attacks as well good defense
chanselay  on 9/29/2013

This was really a frustration blade I loose my control totally disappointed. The weight is light but slow. The good thing my blocking improves in rally only. But for competition I will not recommend this. I hope I can still return this.
Frogger  on 9/11/2013

This is one of the better blades in the ALL+ class. The FL grip feels outstanding and the balance is very good. This blade can cover many bases. With slower, thin rubbers it is very suitable for beginners. With thicker glue effect or tensor rubbers it becomes fast and spinny and becomes a looping machine. Seal this blade when new with a water based wood sealer. Sweet spot is average. This blade is the right choice for beginners or loopers close/mid distance from table and any player seeking a high quality medium speed blade at a good price point. Highly recommended.
fluturas101  on 7/13/2013

I was really disappointed with the blade until I paired it with Gambler Reflectoid on the FH side and Giant Dragon Dragon's Talon with 40 degree 1 mm sponge on the BH. It seems to work well with soft and medium soft rubbers. Surprisingly, I could hit lots of winners with the supposedly extra-slow Gambler Reflectoid. I am quite happy with it now, after having just beaten a very good guy, who used to thrash me every time my setup wasn't close to perfection.

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