zzz on 11/26/2011
Absolutely great blade. It feels solid but not hard at all. Feeling is a little muted and hollow like the old Stiga blades from the 70/80s. There are no unpleasant vibrations. The feedback is superb. Virtuoso is less bouncy than the Expert. Well-balanced blade. Looping, blocking, hitting, short game: all strokes are powerful with a lot of control.
You can do all offensive strokes with it very well. A real off-minus blade with strong properties. First class craftmanship. This is definitely MY blade, that I was searching for. Playing it since 10 months and there is still no desire to look for another blade.
icontek on 2/28/2011
More than 6 months in and I'm sticking with this blade. Incredibly versatile blade. In the past I played blades that either A) hit well or B) looped well. This does both. Flex is medium so hitting and smashing are very predictable. Loops have a good long arc to the baseline allowing you to pressure blockers and counterhitters who play close. The softness provides great feel and dwell, and the blade "loads" really well to give you enough topspin to loopkill close to the table. Blade has enough pace to take out to mid distance and still pressure your opponents. And the feedback on the blade is absolutely perfect, your hand knows where the ball will land at the moment of contact.[
Faster than Stiga Offensive Classic
Control rivals Stiga Allround
jace112 6 days ago
An incredible allround / off blade with lots of control and feel.
Excellent for looping.
Worth the money. Nice finish.
Mine is 86,3 g and 1250 Hz
Lumine 4 weeks ago
speed is more like around all+/allround , very nice highthrow , i paired it with Tenergy05 max on both sides ,
I really recommend this to intermediate players
Moanataur 2 months ago
Beautiful soft, slightly hollow, feel. If you value dwell time, control and feeling then you have to consider this blade. I'm still experimenting with rubbers but am very happy with Tenergy 05 on forehand and Nittaku Renanos Hold on backhand.