Stiga HyperTech CR 35/45

Stiga HyperTech CR 35/45 Blade
Approx. $ 62 USD
Price $

User Ratings (6)

Speed 7.1
Control 8.0
Stiffness 4.0   
Average
Hardness 6.0   
Medium hard
Consistency 10.0   
Always identical
Overall 8.8 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 66 / 127
Control 80 / 127
Weight 85g
Plies 5
There are 1 users using the Stiga HyperTech CR 35/45.
The starting point when we developed this new revolutionary Hyper Tech CR 35/45 blade are the legendary Allround Classic veneers. One side of the blade is UV-finished with 45° hardness (very high speed) and the other side is UV-finished with 35° hardness (very good control). This is the future for the players who for example want good speed on the forehand and good control on the backhand.

Veneer: 5
Available grips: Peter, Master, Legend, Winner, Penholder
Blade systems: WRBCR System

Reviews (6)

Frogger  on 1/4/2016

One of the top blades in it's class. Very light weight with max thickness rubbers. Nice transition from a controled short game to fast loops/hits/counter close/mid distance from table. Legend FL handle needs some very light sanding but feels very comfortable. Outstanding with Stiga Boost or Calibra rubbers. A winner from Stiga. The Legend grip feels superb. Recently tried with Hurricane III 3-50 and it produced incredible spin on loops. Of the army of blades I have tested this one shines as the very best in the ALL+ class. Update: If you are an intermediate player pair this blade with Nittaku Renanos Hold for incredible spin. To slow? This combo has the same top end speed of my BTY TBS/ Tenergy setup. Great, great feeling Legend FL grip.
+2
TTplayer241  on 6/6/2013

amazing blade for its price pretty fast (for me) good control for spin, loops etc. good in attacking too paired with h2 neo fh & cream transcend bh wow and my game was never been better needs sanding though (the handle) light weight and balanced very good for any one. :)
+1
Palm  on 12/10/2016

Changed to this blade 2 years ago and I've never been more happy with a blade. Good defense on backhand and good offense with your forehand. At start I was useing Stiga Boost TS on both side but changed recently to KTX Extra Tacky. It's very hard to open with backhand since the blade is allready slower on backhand side. So tip is to not take a to slow rubber. It's VERY good to block and play Controll with! But VERY hard to play offensive with if you don't take a rubber with abit more speed on.
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ucokpinank  on 5/16/2016

Best blade for beginners... And Allround type... Good quality...
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MP  on 1/7/2012

No doubt...very good blade...FH easy for hitting/smashing & BH have good control. Suitable to play close table. Very light weight...Love this blade!
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