Stiga Tube Aluminium WRB

Stiga Tube Aluminium WRB Blade
Approx. $ 52 USD
Price $

User Ratings (7)

Speed 8.8
Control 7.3
Stiffness 5.7   
Average
Hardness 6.8   
Medium hard
Consistency 9.2   
Always identical
Overall 8.2 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 99
Control 48
Weight 86g
Plies 5
There are 5 users using the Stiga Tube Aluminium WRB.
The Tube Aluminum is the fastest of the Stiga Tube blades. The micro-channels are filled with aluminum alloys. The result is a blade for speed demons looking for the fastest blade, without sacrificing on the "STIGA feeling". The STIGA TUBE blades are manufactured using a new technology where the middle veneer has gone through a revolutionary treatment. STIGA has programmed its high tech blade manufacturing machines to mill "micro-channels" lengthways in the middle ply of the blades. The channels are then filled with different materials depending on the blades desired characteristics. Due to this revolutionary construction, the blades' "feeling" does not disappear even if the blade is very fast.

Reviews (4)

BlackQueen  on 2/2/2013

Was searching for a fast blade, and people advised me to check Stiga blades... din't like it, not enaugh speed with poor control. This blade end up having medium pimples on it for the occasian hit during training.
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Anonymous  on 7/24/2011

Very good blade.the first couple of days i found bit heavy now i m used to it.blocks very well.i use markV on both sides
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Fabby949  on 8/20/2010

This blade has a very nice feel. When the ball hits the blade it makes a hollow noise but it's is a pretty fast blade. It's light and i recommend it for anyone
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sanjeev  on 4/12/2010

A very good blade. I have used butterfly Jonier H, Stiga Tube Carbo, Stiga Clipper, Gargali, Stage balsa. Stiga Tube Alu given me a good feeling to play, it is light and speedy blade. I use Mark V rubbers.
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