Stiga Clipper CR (WRB)

Stiga Clipper CR (WRB) Blade
Approx. $ 77 USD
Price $

User Ratings (28)

Speed 8.9
Control 8.5
Stiffness 6.3   
Stiff
Hardness 6.4   
Medium hard
Consistency 9.3   
Always identical
Overall 9.0 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 8.1 / 10
Control 6.3 / 10
Weight 95g +/- 5g
Plies 7
Materials Wood
There are 13 users using the Stiga Clipper CR (WRB).
The Stiga Clipper CR has a WRB handle, though it's not officially named "WRB". A non-WRB version was released in Asia.

Known throughout the world for its speed and power yet with great touch on serve and serve return. A blade created for those who like to finish the point at the first opportunity. New CR version adds 21% more speed with UV finish on upper part of racket. The CR version of the Clipper is the fastest blade we have ever tested. If you want pure speed this one is for you.

Reviews (13)

Nimrod  7 months ago

I am lucky :) My is 87 g. And for me control is more than 8.3. It's realy easy to play in the point :). Lot of power when U need.
+2
Ostballe  10 months ago

Top 5 blades, together with a Nittaku, another Stiga, a TSP, and another Nittaku. Its a classic, that has been updated from Clipper, and it is actually really fast, but with good feeling.
+2
Kim_biceps  on 7/28/2016

I've been playing with this blade for 3 years. Setup is yasaka rakza 7 on fh, and xiom rubber on BH. Definitely a good setup , but I do agree tge control is a bit lower than the speed rating, like a notch. Really good blade to practice ur offensive game, fast but ull struggle a bit on fast rallues to put the ball in, but once they hit the table the opponent will struggle to take it. And yes after sometime it will teach u better placement of ball, in crazy speed rallies, definitely a good blade to start up it table tennis career. And I can progress to other better controlled blade after.. Not a big deal if I wish to stay with this blade but I will find that with a better control blade I will be sighing a big relief as the well spent time mustering this blade will improve ur games with better blade by leaps and bounds
+1
eddiemundie  on 12/2/2014

This is a review for the non-WRB version I had been using a clipper clone for awhile, and couldn't resist when i saw this on offer on tabletennis11.com. Got a full setup with DHS Neo TG2 on both sides for SGD$99 (a WRB version with TG2 on both sides would cost about SGD$155). Weight wise, this is incredibly heavy. Definitely wouldn't suggest training with this after lifting weights. Balance is good however due to the heavier handle. It might be due to the new rubber, but my loops were all extremely spinny. A friend who was using short pips had problems blocking my loops, as compared to when i was using other setups. Speed was great with the bat as well, definitely faster than normal clippers. Overall, a great buy. Will be looking to try the wrb version if i can get my hands on one.
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sadako77  on 8/5/2014

I play penhold style, at first when i bought this blade with stiga carbo sound and royal at bh, it was very fast that i cant control it, then i bought another blade, joola flame fast, this one is fast and at the same time controlable. Then i tried this blade again with a new setup, t05 fh and t80 on bh. It was a killer at both wings smashes great at overwhelming speed, vibration is felt here(due to all wood) and has oversized head. Rating: Smashes 9.4/10 Close to the table 8.7/10 Loop 9/10 Control 8.8/10 Weight(due to 2 tenergys) it is heavy.
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