Stiga Infinity VPS V Diamond Touch

Stiga Infinity VPS V Diamond Touch Blade
Approx. $ 75 USD
Price $

User Ratings (58)

Speed 8.7
Control 8.9
Stiffness 5.3   
Hardness 6.3   
Medium hard
Consistency 9.1   
Always identical
Overall 9.2 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 99
Control 70
Plies 5
There are 33 users using the Stiga Infinity VPS V Diamond Touch.
The Infinity VPS V with Diamond Touch, with the brand new Veneer Precision System (VPS) technology is built with two hand-selected middle veneers that are treated with a unique and exact heating and cooling process with precisely measured time and temperature. The Diamond Touch technology gives the outer veneers extra hardness and the surface an incredibly smooth finish; combined with the VPS technology the result is an offensive lightweight blade with outstanding solid touch and feeling. Infinity VPS V gives you the possibility to master the key elements in today's modern game: aggressive receives which help you gain the upper hand at an early stage, and the possibility to follow up with powerful and aggressive topspin shots. Developed together with top players from the Chinese National Team, the Infinity VPS V suits the more offensive minded player with powerful topspin strokes!

Reviews (40)

Killerspint  on 3/30/2015

Best 5 plywood have always been with limba-limba-ayou-limba-limba (Waldner senso V1/V2, Joola K5, Bty primorac, Bty Korbel, Stratus power....), but Stiga comes here with an amazing variation : Limba-spruce-ayous-spruce-limba The tickness is arround 6mm, like most 5ply allwood blades. The feeling is amazing on this blade, and the blade is so well balanced (mine is 82gr) even with heavy rubbers. The speed is faster than Korbel or Primorac and the sweet spot has been greatly improved compared to those.....the addition of a composite layer is not needed anymore (many primorac/korbel users have moved to Innerforces blades, same composition + composite material). Medium throw, awesome flex and dwell time thanks to allwood composition, amazing touch and balance. Provides far enough power for any kind of attacking playstyle and precise like no other blades. Really advanced players can look for an heavier Infinity VPS (88-90gr) for even more power. I don't seal my blade, because I don't want to change its characteristics. Sealing makes the blade faster, lower the throw angle and dwell time, lower the flex also but more important : lower the elasticity of the limba outer ply and makes the touch harder...........making you losing spin and control. I use normal VOC glue and I'm doing fine with it so far, no quality issue. I own numerous top end composite blades (viscaria, TBS, TB ALC, various Innerfoces, Kong Linghui Special, photino, photino light, ZJK blue dragon, Mizutani Jun.....), all of them are amazing, but I'm using the infinity paired with Flexxon 1.7mm on BH and Nanoflex FT48 2.1mm on FH....I fell like I'm black to speed glue era, without speed glue at all !!! One of the best blades I ever tried with the Innerfoce AL, Zhang Jike blue dragon and the classic 5 plywood blades mentioned above And one the best bang for bucks also......
TT_Chris  2 weeks ago

No weakness. Somebody wrote it lacks power mid distance and i had to laugh. With good technique this blade will do what u want. So much power in the fast game and so much control in the short game. And it doesn\'t lack power mid distance. Choose the right rubber and u will love this blade. Everybody should try it. But don\'t forget to seal ur blade because the top veneer is rly thin. Overall one of the best blades I have ever played with and i played a lot.
wili0605  on 10/28/2015

Sensitive blade with a good feel ,since the thick "Diamond Touch-limba layer".The sweet spot of this blade is huge.Once you hit it ,this blade would give you a flexiable feel. Work well with these rubbers: Stiga Clibtra TOUR M ,and Xiom Vega Asia .Both of them were stable and capable of making powerful shots.
timeout  on 8/29/2015

A very good blade in most areas. Great control especially from mid distance. Like many other Stiga blades it got that nice feel and balance between speed and control. I would say this blade is All round to off-. Works best with medium rubber I think. A really good blade that ain't that expensive either.
chop  5 days ago

I bought this blade after reading many good reviews on Internet. Here is my thoughts about it. PROS(+): this blade looks nice and has comfortable handle. CONS(-): When I tried to play, with Infinity VPS, I was very disappointed by the performance of this blade. There is NO FEELING at all when you play and also the SOUND... It feels like you playing with the log instead of t.t. blade. Seriously, this blade makes some loud and dull sound with lack of feelings.... It was difficult to find right rubber for this blade. Classical Chinese tacky rubbers with hard sponge (<50 degrees) was difficult to use: blade didn\'t flex enough to produce good kick effect I was hoping for, as a result- less spin on the ball (around -20% decrease). After 2 months of torture, I gave up on Infinity VPS blade and went back to Stiga ALL Round Classic WRB. It is much superior to play with. Better kick effect and tones of spin with moderate speed, whereas VPS is faster and soo many balls ended up beyond the table. CONCLUSION: if you prefer hard and stiff blade with soft sponge rubber -you might like VPS blade. But, if your choice- hard sponge tacky rubber, and you are aiming for MAX SPIN, CONTROL and FEELINGS then look else where. The Stiga ALL Round Classic WRB, Waldner Senso Carbon V1 or Stiga Offensive Classic Carbon can give you better control, better kick effect and much more spin as a result, comparing to Infinity VPS, without compromising feeling during your play. I hope it helps, PEACE.

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