Donic Waldner Senso Carbon JO Shape

Donic Waldner Senso Carbon JO Shape Blade
Approx. $ 66 USD
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User Ratings (3)

Speed 8.4
Control 9.3
Stiffness 5.7   
Average
Hardness 5.2   
Medium
Consistency 10.0   
Always identical
Overall 9.4 10
Manufacturer Details
Weight 85
Plies 7
Materials Wood, Carbon
Thickness 5.6
Famous Donic WALDNER SENSO CARBON blade in the legendary "drop" shape played by many times World Champion JO Waldner. The length of the blade is 4 mm longer comparing to standard blade. Made in Sweden.

Reviews (3)

tabletennis11  on 5/4/2017

The Donic Waldner Senso Carbon is clearly a notch slower than the Donic Waldner JO Shape Limited Edition – I would categorize it as solidly in the ALL+ range. FH and BH drives were very controlled but required me to put in more effort than normal, especially on the FH side as I was using the tacky Hurricane 8 rubber. The blade’s moderate speed required more power generation from the legs and/or a bigger swing on FH loops. Don’t get me wrong, the control is great and the throw sufficiently high to clear the net, but I got a good workout playing with this setup. Blocks and smashes are controlled, but I prefer a crisper sensation upon contacting the ball. Read our full review here: http://blog.tabletennis11.com/donic-waldner-jo-shape-and-senso-carbon-review
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jp418  on 10/29/2015

WSC Jo shape FH => Coppa X1 gold 2.0 BH => Coppa X1 gold 2.0 Stiffer and a little faster than waldner senso carbon (classic), it has also less dwell time. the WSC Jo shape doesn't have any double speed effect which is the biggest disadvantage with the classic version. The blade is a fantastic allrounder, but you need a good skill and you have to master a large panel of technics to get the best out of this blade. Not for beginner, topspiner only or passive allrounder. Very good for serve, return and block. Top spin under backspin maybe a little more complicated than with a topsiner blade (flexible). To conclude, if you have a WSC classic and you can't manage with the double speed effect, if you want a gain in block, serve and speed (little) to the detriment of an high dwell time and the topspin facility, the Jo shape is a good upgrade !
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ahsq  on 5/6/2015

I switched from the Galaxy T11+ to this. I am not going back. Ever.
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