Donic Burn Aratox RS

Donic Burn Aratox RS Blade
Approx. $ 85 USD
Price $

User Ratings (10)

Speed 8.7
Control 8.0
Stiffness 6.3   
Stiff
Hardness 6.4   
Medium hard
Consistency 9.4   
Always identical
Overall 8.9 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 9.0 / 10
Control 7.0 / 10
Weight 85g
Plies 7
Materials Mahogany, Kiri, Aratox
The BURN Aratox RS version differs from normal BURN Aratox mainly through its outer ply. The harder mahogany blade makes it stiffer and more direct than the AR+ version. The blade's playing character is most suitable for the OFF- category.

Reviews (3)

destodave  on 10/16/2013

I have mixed emotions about this blade. At 85g it has a good weight, and the handle is very comfortable. It has good control and the speed is not bad. The first tournament I played with this blade I ended up winning Class A singles (U2300). It's also the first carbon blade I've found that plays well with short pips. All of those things said I feel like it lacks a little bit in the power dept. It does have a certain amount of vibration that I usually like to have, but it just feels like it could be a little more powerful. That being said, it's a very good blade overall. Do make sure you put edge tape on it because it can get damaged easier than some blades if you hit the edge against the table.
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blackbird74  on 8/9/2012

Quite fast, but control less than optimal for me personally (prefer the Donic ALL+).
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Majk  on 3/24/2012

I thought it will be great blade for me, but it has many vibrations which I didnt like...but I have been used for balsa blade so maybe it was too big difference...i used donic coppa x1 platin on f and donic acuda s3 on bh, both 2.0...on the other side, I could play well with it - it has nice control, has average speed - it is OFF-/ALL+...it depends if you like vibrations
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