Donic J.O. Waldner [Limited JO Shape]

Donic J.O. Waldner [Limited JO Shape] Blade
Approx. $ 46 USD
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User Ratings (3)

Speed 8.9
Control 9.0
Stiffness 4.0   
Hardness 5.2   
Consistency 10.0   
Always identical
Overall 10.0 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 9.0
Control 8.0
Weight 82
Plies 5
Materials Limba-Spruce-Ayous-Spruce-Limba
Thickness 5.5mm
There are 1 users using the Donic J.O. Waldner [Limited JO Shape].
[Translated from Japanese] \"Table tennis world of the legendary player, JO Waldner received a was retired in 2016, was allowed to reprint the racket of legend as DONIC JAPAN limited goods. Made on the basis of the advice of Waldner, it became both the prototype of the \"JO Shape\", \"JO Waldner OFF\". Sharpness of the ball course JO shape is spread, shot feeling maximize of control, and has combined the freedom of wearing easy to speed the pace in the time of hitting the ball. Both created a legend \"JO Waldner OFF\", supported the early glory of Waldner, it is a memorial racket. This racket is becoming JO Shape specification. (Except for the Chinese).\"

Reviews (3)

waterboyd  on 8/14/2017

same blade Waldner Offensive 2016. The J.O. Waldner OFF limited is Japan packaging. It is 5-plies wood without carbon. thickness 5.8mm. Donic rating speed 9+ nothing wrong. it is fast! but low pitch sound make a confidence touch, dwell-time still balance, effective performance. limited edition worthwhile to collect.
tabletennis11  on 5/4/2017

The first couple of FH drives quickly revealed that this is a blade in the OFF- range that offers a reasonably crisp and well-defined contact point. The combination with the DHS Hurricane 8 rubber is not overly fast, and I definitively needed to provide a little bit more effort than with my usual OFF+ rated blade. BH drives with my Waran short pips, on the other hand, were very fast, yet reasonably controlled; the blade is sufficiently hard to cause the ball to dip when hitting with the short pips. FH loops with this setup are moderately fast but very controlled, which allows for a high degree of variation in placement. The DHS Hurricane 8 is normally a medium-low throw rubber but generated enough of an arc to provide safety over the net. I would characterize the dwell time as medium, offering an excellent balance for looping and smashing. Read our full review here:
Vlada82  on 3/9/2017

Beautiful Wood! Control is amazing, played whit MX-S on boath sides in i find its something beter for litlle money. I played with many woods, (tbs, gergely 21, ma lin soft carbon, yasaka silverline, triber k, Primorac off- and many more ) but i find that this wood is something special in combination with real hard rubers. You have control like i was lookong for many years and in same time great speed an recket is very light in hands! Try and you will not regreat!

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