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Originally posted by jdzhao jdzhao wrote:

It is not as lively and too heavy at 120 grams. Very different blade from Clipper.


120 grams sounds perfect for 2 sides short pips play. Comments?
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Originally posted by Re1Mu2R3 Re1Mu2R3 wrote:

Originally posted by jdzhao jdzhao wrote:

It is not as lively and too heavy at 120 grams. Very different blade from Clipper.


120 grams sounds perfect for 2 sides short pips play. Comments?

No to me as penholder, single side inverted/SP, with 0x the other side.
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which one is He Zhi Wen using 32 or 08?. im assuming hes using the 32? 
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i think a lot of older generation cnt players used 08 for its speed and power which soem of the forum members here do not know about. i have used both versions and i can say that the anniversary special edition is still sub par with the national version which my coach is still using for 27 years now. there's some sort of a hollow feeling on the new 08, the older one is more solid and faster. i just wish they make an updated version of this but maybe a lil lighter
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Thanks, guys.

I went to the shop today and was surprised my heavily sanded Clipper with 2 pips both sides weighed 160g.
Even at 100-110g this blade might be too heavy for me and since you guys mentioned not as lively I don't think it'll be a good level up from my Clipper.


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the 08 anniv. version is still faster than the regular clipper wood
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if you wanted something like a clipper wood but faster and has a better finish, try the adidas challenge speed blade
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Do you know what the top ply is? It doesn't look like most of the commonly used light-coloured woods, like limba, koto, anegre, etc.
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Basswood i think
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sorry to bump an old thread but I just got this in the mail with a lot of old bats for my church’s ping pong set up.  

Maybe this is an old 08? It is 7 ply. Rubbers are PF4 and C7. Pretty cool I think!

My bat:
Old PF4-032 Cpen
DHS 651 2.2mm
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Ah ha! I found it.  

Upon some research I found a shop on aliexpress that sold one new in the box. Looks like it’s around the 1980’s.  Very cool. Can’t wait to try it out~~




Classic 1982's Old DHS Vintage Collection PF4 C7 Pimples Long Handle Table Tennis Blade Ping Pong Bat Racket

80's classic DHS - for real ping pong lover.

Old collection but never used! The rubber may be aged but you can replace the rubber and play it rather than used for collection only!

Forehand Rubber: DHS PF4 C7 Pimple long
Backhand Rubber: Pimple in
Handle:Shakehand (Long)

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