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    Posted: 05/14/2020 at 8:48am
Dear Table Tennis Collectors!
During these quarantine days, I decided to show the most interesting pieces of my Alser lens collection.
Similar my old thread : http://mytabletennis.net/forum/my-stiga-collection-9-days-pictures_topic81979.html

But it is going to take 9 weeks instead of 9 days.
I will not spend time about common woods, like: defensive wood, allround wood, offensive woods.
Just post rarities, and quality blades.
Start from the less to the most interesting ones.
We will start with (one of) the youngest Alser wood, made in Tranas.
Can you find out which blade is it?
Please try to find out!
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9. Offensive Classic

This, and Allround Classic is the youngest Alser which was made in Tranas, Sweden.
Released after the offensive wood, and Stiga Offensive line.
When I started collecting Alsers, it was one of my first blade. And a little surprisingly, that almost impossible to find one in perfect condition. Unfortunately it is not in perfect shape, but not bad.
If you had an unused one, let me know because I would buy it.
At next week comes a wood which has no imprint, but super rare.
Guess which one comes!

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Originally posted by bajusz79 bajusz79 wrote:

Dear Table Tennis Collectors!
During these quarantine days, I decided to show the most interesting pieces of my Alser lens collection.
Similar my old thread : http://mytabletennis.net/forum/my-stiga-collection-9-days-pictures_topic81979.html

But it is going to take 9 weeks instead of 9 days.
I will not spend time about common woods, like: defensive wood, allround wood, offensive woods.
Just post rarities, and quality blades.
Start from the less to the most interesting ones.
We will start with (one of) the youngest Alser wood, made in Tranas.
Can you find out which blade is it?
Please try to find out!

just saw your collection in you old thread. really nice collection Clap. wish i can get old stiga blades easier in Asia.
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Thanks :)
Yes, I heard that not easy to find old Stigas in Asia. :(
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8. Ultra wood

This is a very special wood. 1st thing is the name. I have no clue is this the real name of the wood, because it is not mentioned officially in any document. And there is no imprint on the neck of the handle (like all other lens Alser has).  Not proved that this is the real name of the wood. If anybody has any information about it, please share with us! Wink
It is an 5-ply, very fast and rare wood.
Next week comes a very young, common wood but this exact piece has a special feature which makes is super rare.



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A little speed up, because 9 weeks is too much :)
7. Allround Classic
This young wood (from Tranas) is not very rare although you can’t find it as often as an allround wood. But if my wood is a normal Allround Classic I would not include it into the list. The rarity of this wood showing up in the lens. If you see the picture, you can see that the Hans Alser lens is made with new style of font. I saw several Allround Classic Alser woods, but none of them has the new font type. To tell you the truth it is the only Alser I have seen with this new design lens.

If you have a picture from an Alser which has this kind of lens, please post it here, or drop me a mail!
Next week, comes an wood which is more allrounder than an allround wood :)


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6. Stiga Control
This wood arrived to the market in the middle of 80s, and not easy to find nowadays. As the names said, it was made for controlled allround play. I have never tried this Stiga Control Alser, but many people said it has superb control and fantastic feeling. The first 4 post was nothing special, but from next post comes the gems. The super rarities, so stay here Wink
The next post contains the most beautiful lens Alser ever made.

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