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It's a misprint; current generation clippers are 6.8 mm
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i have a clipper wood for sale at Php. 2,000.00 brand new

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My Clipper Wood Anatomic, 85.5g, is a nice working horse & I'm not using it as much as I'd like to nevertheless, to me, it's cheap & does everyth'n right & sometimes I don't feel like it's a 7 ply powerhouse...Just so joyous to own/play with.....Thumbs Up

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Originally posted by tiehwen tiehwen wrote:

My Clipper Wood Anatomic, 85.5g, is a nice working horse & I'm not using it as much as I'd like to nevertheless, to me, it's cheap & does everyth'n right & sometimes I don't feel like it's a 7 ply powerhouse...Just so joyous to own/play with.....Thumbs Up

 
i dont know why but some days  my clipper plays like a cheaper blade but some days plays great, i wonder if its humidity.
 
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what's the difference between Clipper Wood and Clipper CR?
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what's the head size of a Clipper?
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Originally posted by addoydude addoydude wrote:

what's the head size of a Clipper?

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Originally posted by abfd abfd wrote:

what's the difference between Clipper Wood and Clipper CR?
 
Clipper CR has a CR surface coating which makes the blades slightly faster and less easy to splinter.
 
 
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Anybod used special Clippers? I was playing a tournament a few weeks ago and I saw some chinese players using a clipper with a different sticker.
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Is clipper CR a 7 ply wood blade?
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Originally posted by abfd abfd wrote:

Is clipper CR a 7 ply wood blade?

Yah.
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Originally posted by Skyline Skyline wrote:

Anybod used special Clippers? I was playing a tournament a few weeks ago and I saw some chinese players using a clipper with a different sticker.

What does this sticker look like?
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Originally posted by Skyline Skyline wrote:

Anybod used special Clippers? I was playing a tournament a few weeks ago and I saw some chinese players using a clipper with a different sticker.

Do you mean the same sticker as the Xu Xin's Rosewood had at WTTC 2011?
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Originally posted by johnny89atc johnny89atc wrote:

Originally posted by Skyline Skyline wrote:

Anybod used special Clippers? I was playing a tournament a few weeks ago and I saw some chinese players using a clipper with a different sticker.

Do you mean the same sticker as the Xu Xin's Rosewood had at WTTC 2011?
 
I don't know can you show me the picture of xu xin's rose wood?
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Originally posted by Skyline Skyline wrote:

Originally posted by johnny89atc johnny89atc wrote:

Originally posted by Skyline Skyline wrote:

Anybod used special Clippers? I was playing a tournament a few weeks ago and I saw some chinese players using a clipper with a different sticker.

Do you mean the same sticker as the Xu Xin's Rosewood had at WTTC 2011?
 
I don't know can you show me the picture of xu xin's rose wood?

I don't have a pic, but if you watch his match against Wang Liqin at ittv, you can see the sticker at around 15:27...
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That sticker is the 'stigachina' sticker, it contains a code to check that the blade is authentic - you'll find this on stiga blades sold in china.
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Originally posted by chronos chronos wrote:

That sticker is the 'stigachina' sticker, it contains a code to check that the blade is authentic - you'll find this on stiga blades sold in china.
 
I just looked it up and you're right. Is there any difference in quality from other Clippers or is it just a sticker?
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They are all still made in the same place in Sweden, but the ones sold in China have the sticker, everyone inside China is even more paranoid about getting a real blade than we are
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can anyone tell me the difference between wrb and non wrb?
and what are the difference with these two clippers? is there a normal clipper and a clipper wood?


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btw... which clipper is better for improving players?

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Originally posted by lovemagicworld lovemagicworld wrote:

can anyone tell me the difference between wrb and non wrb?
and what are the difference with these two clippers? is there a normal clipper and a clipper wood?



On the pic one has a Cpen handle and the other a flared shakehand handle. WRB has a hollow handle and is more head heavy. The layer structure is the same.
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How to become a member? I have used Clipper a very long time ago for short pips, now i have decided to pick it up again with inverted rubber, starting with a CR version
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Originally posted by zzz zzz wrote:

Originally posted by lovemagicworld lovemagicworld wrote:

can anyone tell me the difference between wrb and non wrb?
and what are the difference with these two clippers? is there a normal clipper and a clipper wood?



On the pic one has a Cpen handle and the other a flared shakehand handle. WRB has a hollow handle and is more head heavy. The layer structure is the same.
huh?the first one is wrb???
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The two on top are the current clipper design and the two on the bottom are like 2-3 (not sure) generations back. The older blades tends to have higher quality wood with better cuts.
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Finally, I am a member of Clipper Club. Have fun guys.
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Has anybody noticet that Wanq Liqin was using Clipper Cr Wrb at the tournament of Harmony China?
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Originally posted by tiehwen tiehwen wrote:

My Clipper Wood Anatomic, 85.5g, is a nice working horse & I'm not using it as much as I'd like to nevertheless, to me, it's cheap & does everyth'n right & sometimes I don't feel like it's a 7 ply powerhouse...Just so joyous to own/play with.....Thumbs Up

Just bought a brand new Clipper Wood Anatomic, it's quoted at 84g.  I don't play with AN handle, but can not pass up the oppotunity to own a rare light Clipper.
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clipper cc, 90's clipper solid handle are the clippers i have owned
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i just bought another clipper. cr wrb 92 gram master handle. for 2nd blade.
first blade is with boost tx - boost tx.
2nd blade for rubber testing
in total, will be have 6 pcs
1.  clipper cr wrb 92 gram
2.  clipper cr non wrb 88 gram handle master
3.  clipper cr non wrb 102 fram handle master, bought in china
4.  clipper cr wrb 92 gram, for 2nd blade
5.  clipper cc 95 gram handle master ( does this counted as clipper?)
6.  clipper cr wrb with handle legend ( the first clipper i bought, maybe 15 year ago).
i have a plan to buy another clipper from china market
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I had 3 of them. Now I'm down to just one. My girlfriend broke my primary clipper, and I traded my non WRB CR plus some rubber for an acoustic. 
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