Stiga Carbonix WRB

Stiga Carbonix WRB Blade
Approx. $ 110 USD
Price $

User Ratings (9)

Speed 8.3
Control 8.2
Stiffness 6.0   
Hardness 6.1   
Medium hard
Consistency 5.8   
Occasional variations
Overall 9.0 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 99 / 127
Control 60 / 127
Weight 82 +/- 5g
Plies 7
Materials 5 plies of wood, 2 layers of soft carbon
There are 1 users using the Stiga Carbonix WRB.
Carbon fiber makes a blade faster and gives it a larger sweet spot. Unfortunately, it can also add weight and make a blade stiffer, thus reducing ball feel. However, our new CarboSoft technology lets us create a blade that has the advantages of carbon without the disadvantages. CarboSoft technology combines a special softer carbon fiber with a new adhesive technique that forms a perfect bond between the wood and the new softer carbon. The result is a blade where the carbon and wood perfectly complement each other.

Speed: 128
Control: 60
Veneer: 5+2
Available grips: Peter, Master, Legend, Winner, Penholder
Blade systems:WRB

Reviews (4)

Coolguythn  on 3/15/2013

Use this with Joola Exp One FH and Sriver FX BH. Overall a light blade which allows for fast play because of Joola Exp One. Lacks feel which I get using BTY Zhang Jike but you need to keep the price in mind also. The handle is a bit big but helps. Overall a good blade for fast rubbers.
Palsu  on 5/28/2012

Anonymous  on 3/18/2011

I use this with MarkV rubbers. At first it was too fast for me and now it is very good. Coach made this for me to learn how to play and it drove me to the point where I stopped since I would play people who were 5yrs+ experience and I was on my first and couldn't control it. Picked up table tennis again and continued to use it, and thanks to my coach I don't know where I would be if i did not have it. It's fast, and I can do everything perfectly, drives, loops, short, middle, far loops/blocks are no problem. Since its very bouncy it is very easy to aim and hit where you want and is very good on short games as well to surprise many people I would assume. The feeling is not stiff, not soft, so medium. The speed is not the fastest, but that's due to dwell time. Control is superb. If you like something that is fast but not too fast then this is for you. It can do everything no problem and the chop game is great on it too.
jayesh Ajwani  on 6/30/2010

I was not happy at all with Stiga carbonix WRB in comparison to Timo boll tricarbon of butterfly with Bryce speed in forehand and bryce speed fx in back hand. I am astonished how it says 128 speed.

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