Donic Epox Control

Donic Epox Control Blade
Approx. $ 57 USD
Price $

User Ratings (17)

Speed 7.7
Control 9.2
Stiffness 6.3   
Hardness 5.7   
Consistency 9.0   
Always identical
Overall 8.7 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 7.0 / 10
Control 9.0 / 10
Weight 85g
Plies 5
There are 3 users using the Donic Epox Control.
In the early 1980's DONIC developed the Appelgren Allplay blade, an absolute classic and bestseller because of ist allround playing characteristics plus good control. DONIC has recently created a comfortable player friendly blade with thin Fineline outer veneers. This new Allround blade has a positive influence on the playing characteristics. As its name suggests, DONIC Epox Control offers outstanding controllability without unpleasant vibration. Used with medium to relatively hard DONIC Formula rubbers, this blade is also highly suitable for attacking players.

Reviews (7)

geeza_1  on 6/17/2013

When I first got this blade, it felt quite hard. However, after playing with it for a few weeks, I can definitely recommend it. Two things really surprised me about this blade: 1. The total lack of vibration. For me, this is very welcome. 2. The impressive offensive options. It is quite rare for a blade to have enough speed and flex for looping and driving, yet still offer excellent control. Blocking with this blade is almost too easy. Practicing against 1st league players hitting extremely heavy loops, I was able to get the ball back every time. It has quite a large blade area (so if you want to re-use old rubbers from a different blade, they may be a bit small), and the sweet spot definitely feels larger than my other 2 blades (Donic Appelgren Allplay and Donic Burn All+). I have the anatomic handle and I absolutely love the way it feels in my hand. Also, the overall finish of the blade is the best of any blade I have ever owned. The edges are completely smooth and it just feels like a quality product. Overall, I rate this as 9.5 / 10, as it does everything well and can be used equally well by defensive, all-round and attacking players.
alex99  on 2/12/2015

Pretty stiff and hard for a control blade. Big sweet spot,but alot of vibration in the handle. Faster then apple green all play ,but more vibration, control is average compared to other all+ blades .
Mucver  on 7/1/2013

good speed for def+ blade (not sure about far from table... just playing close and mid distance) good control and working well with speedy rubbers *** after 2 weeks with hammond pro beta bh and evolution mx-p fh im playing like off players
Anonymous  on 3/31/2012

It works very well for offensive players with hard sponge rubbers. It has very good control.
Anonymous  on 1/16/2011

Its best for all around players better than most 150 dollar paddles and is good with a Acuda S1 for a forehand and good with a Diamant for a bckhand

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