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Originally posted by kolevtt kolevtt wrote:

Originally posted by Tinykin Tinykin wrote:

What does Waldner use these days?


 200% of his brain. Smile



Haha probably, he is such a genius! 
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Originally posted by Fehrplay Fehrplay wrote:

Originally posted by kolevtt kolevtt wrote:

Originally posted by Tinykin Tinykin wrote:

What does Waldner use these days?


 200% of his brain. Smile




Haha probably, he is such a genius! 


By donic webpage he is using now waldner senso carbon jo shape st handle blade, bluefire jp01 turbo black forehand and acuda s1 red backhand, last year he was using waldner senso carbon blade and 2 bluefire jp01. Im waiting to see some match of this season to see what he is really using now.
Blade Butterfly M. Maze ALC st handle
FH Black Donic Bluefire M2 Max
BH Red Donic Bluefire JP03 Max
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Originally posted by Antuan Antuan wrote:

How can i know if a Dicon blade is the older version or not?


The older Donic WAldner Dicon has blade thickness of 5,4 mm. The new ones are 5,8 mm
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If anyone is still around from this thread, I have a Donic Waldner Offensive 40 for sale on ebay, under the seller name  'lady-hnc'. Thanks/
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Originally posted by julidean79 julidean79 wrote:

Originally posted by Fehrplay Fehrplay wrote:

Originally posted by kolevtt kolevtt wrote:

Originally posted by Tinykin Tinykin wrote:

What does Waldner use these days?


 200% of his brain. Smile




Haha probably, he is such a genius! 


By donic webpage he is using now waldner senso carbon jo shape st handle blade, bluefire jp01 turbo black forehand and acuda s1 red backhand, last year he was using waldner senso carbon blade and 2 bluefire jp01. Im waiting to see some match of this season to see what he is really using now.


he s retired
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I wonder what the stats would be on the "Waldner 1987 version brown handle" blade, as pictured in the fourth post of this thread? I started playing again after ~25 years and would like to know "where I am" equipmentwise.
It says Speed 8+ and control 8 on the box but how would that compare to modern blades?
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Originally posted by Gange Gange wrote:

I wonder what the stats would be on the "W<span style=": rgb251, 251, 253;">aldner 1987 version brown handle" blade, as pictured in the fourth post of this thread? I started playing again after ~25 years and would like to know "where I am" equipmentwise.</span>
<span style=": rgb251, 251, 253;">It says Speed 8+ and control 8 on the box but how would that compare to modern blades?</span>


I think it is more of an ALL blade by today's standards with the new 40+ seamless poly-ball.

Edited by king_pong - 10/07/2017 at 1:28am
Donic Waldner (FL): fh/bh - Yasaka Mark V HPS
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The ST handle is not as round as as the new ones and the handle is much thicker. The old ones have veneer thickness of 5,4 mm. I got one last blade of that old version. The new ones have 5,8 blade thickness, and the handle is very bad, everything nearly of it is bad.
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Indeed, I have the concave handle. It is more rectangular-ish than oval. I like it a lot.
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