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    Posted: 08/24/2019 at 1:17pm
Can't believe this unique OSP V- is 12 y/0....time flies...

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My old Stiga AR Woods might end up in a new sweet home where their new adopted parent would love them dearly for years to come....Cry
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Same here Tongue


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LF: Old Stiga Clipper,Super Carbon in NEARLY NEW condition.
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Their "no sun-tan" brother relaxing on his Silver box not doing nut'n....i.e. slacking off...LOL

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younger PKorbel resting on his older cousin....

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Here's an older brother Tongue

A twin without any injury LOL

 
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87 Stiga Clipper/Rakza 9.
78 Stiga Super Carbon/Calibra Tour M.


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Just came across this Pkorbel An. (87.5g). Model yr. 2009 w/serial #J00XXXX...., I think...
IMHO, as I've owned 5 old & new (2 An., 1 FL. & 2 ST., a mix of old & new tags ) over the years, I must say PKorbels are as good as my Stiga old AllRound Woods (SBST & UTC An.) in terms of its build quality & feel/control.






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Originally posted by Baal Baal wrote:



Can anyone tell me how old this blade is?  It says Legend on the handle (instead of Hans Alser).  It is surprisingly fast (about like a Korbel and MUCH faster than an OSP Virtuoso+) and relatively thin.








I had one like it Baal. I believe it's around the early 90's. 91-93.
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Originally posted by Baal Baal wrote:

Can anyone tell me how old this blade is?  It says Legend on the handle (instead of Hans Alser).  It is surprisingly fast (about like a Korbel and MUCH faster than an OSP Virtuoso+) and relatively thin.





That blade is like one of my blades. It is from 90's Smile The name is STIGA Offensive Classic Legend (Made in Sweden). Probably one of the last series before STIGA to move their factory in China.
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l am interested hans alser  alround wood and other wood offensive offer      email [email protected]  hi erik

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Originally posted by Pondus Pondus wrote:

Looks like it has some tiny chips around the edges, and a semi-big one at the top left... still, I'd guess you could get somewhere between $125 and $150...
it's not dent-free to be honest. Wow it's worth that much based on your "guess", eh? I might wanna let it go for way way less & it also comes with extra wood veneers given to me by Mr. R. Palatinus. I'll decide in the near future to let it go.....then again, my move might choke up the previous owner a bit.....Big smile
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Originally posted by tiehwen tiehwen wrote:

Originally posted by tiehwen tiehwen wrote:

certain Individual/well-known seller is selling ELCON version of this 1 for 175.00 USD? Wow, I wonder how much would this go for?
It's a crazy world out there.....

Looks like it has some tiny chips around the edges, and a semi-big one at the top left... still, I'd guess you could get somewhere between $125 and $150...
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Originally posted by tiehwen tiehwen wrote:

certain Individual/well-known seller is selling ELCON version of this 1 for 175.00 USD? Wow, I wonder how much would this go for?
It's a crazy world out there.....
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Wow! i love Stiga blades whith Bengtsson handle. 
Congratulations for your nice collection ;)
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Baal's blade looks like the construction of an older OC.

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I am  interested
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Originally posted by Baal Baal wrote:

Can anyone tell me how old this blade is?  It says Legend on the handle (instead of Hans Alser).  It is surprisingly fast (about like a Korbel and MUCH faster than an OSP Virtuoso+) and relatively thin.



I have one of those in excellent shape if you are interested
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Edited by tiehwen - 01/13/2013 at 7:28pm
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Originally posted by frogger frogger wrote:

 I would be one happy camper if Stiga offered the original Alser FL grip again. Fatter than Legend and so comfortable. Smile
+1. Very true. This is the ONE, right? I've had the Stiga Optimum Sync FL Master & Optimum Plus FL Legend before, both are ok kinda blades but I didn't find those handles as good as either my Anatomic or this....


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 I would be one happy camper if Stiga offered the original Alser FL grip again. Fatter than Legend and so comfortable. Smile
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Originally posted by szyna szyna wrote:

Allround Wood-SOLD
wow..well done Mr. Szyna over there in the FS section. His one almost sold for full asking price. I'm wondering how much would mine, as shown in all those previous pics., be appraised for?Big smile

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Just as no car is really worth over 25k for everyday driving, All blades over 60USD are just there for the extra profit. There is nothing in them that will make your game better. 
But life is not like that. I'd love to have a Darker Speed 90 if I could afford it.


Edited by Tinykin - 06/16/2012 at 10:46am
>65yo, presently overweight rather than obese.

Currently testing; Darker Speed90 with T05H/Dignics05. Update; T05 on BH is impressive when all is right,but D05 wins more points

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Originally posted by tiehwen tiehwen wrote:

I can't help but admire the/my duo here as I see some members of the forum lately have been trying to sell not-quite-old "other" Stiga blades for ridiculously & outrageously high prices. Are they serious? Do these older Stigas deserve to be, in $$$$ term, in the same ballpark as our "beloved" Butterfly higher-ends?
Does it really mean/Is it true that "Older is Better"?
Well, only those individuals know better or as I always like to say..
"Beauty is in the eyes of the beholder"

I think a lot of it is also rarity. However, old stiga blades are beautiful, to say the least. However, these stiga blades are slightly more common than say, clippers, from the same time period. 
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Here is a view of the same blade from the side.  The edges are a bit beat up from years of heavy use but you can see the blade composition in the handle region.


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Can anyone tell me how old this blade is?  It says Legend on the handle (instead of Hans Alser).  It is surprisingly fast (about like a Korbel and MUCH faster than an OSP Virtuoso+) and relatively thin.




Edited by Baal - 06/15/2012 at 2:08pm
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Originally posted by Tinykin Tinykin wrote:

Originally posted by king_pong king_pong wrote:

Originally posted by Tinykin Tinykin wrote:

Correct. The slow bat was not really a disadvantage. True he could not really hit through Dan except for a well placed ball, but the over the table soft play gained quite a few advantage situations.

What sort of rubbers does Garth Kinlock use on that AR?   Also, would that same set-up work about the same, were he using a, Appelgren Allplay, or Yasaka Sweden Classic?  

His rubbers are Tenergy 05 max both sides. Yes, swop his blade for any of those and his would be the same. He used Appelgren before and Hurricane King. He changed only because the blades became damaged.

The Appelgren Allplay looks nice (particularly the ST, non-V1/V2 version).  I have Yasaka Sweden Classic.  Perhaps I'll try that.
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Originally posted by king_pong king_pong wrote:

Originally posted by Tinykin Tinykin wrote:

Correct. The slow bat was not really a disadvantage. True he could not really hit through Dan except for a well placed ball, but the over the table soft play gained quite a few advantage situations.

What sort of rubbers does Garth Kinlock use on that AR?   Also, would that same set-up work about the same, were he using a, Appelgren Allplay, or Yasaka Sweden Classic?  

His rubbers are Tenergy 05 max both sides. Yes, swop his blade for any of those and his would be the same. He used Appelgren before and Hurricane King. He changed only because the blades became damaged.
>65yo, presently overweight rather than obese.

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Love the condition of your AR UTC - almost immaculate. Mine is pretty worn down, but still plays and feels great, of course.

But what is your opinion on: old Stiga AR UTC vs Virtuoso+ ? are they almost identical? comparable?
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Originally posted by Tinykin Tinykin wrote:

Correct. The slow bat was not really a disadvantage. True he could not really hit through Dan except for a well placed ball, but the over the table soft play gained quite a few advantage situations.

What sort of rubbers does Garth Kinlock use on that AR?   Also, would that same set-up work about the same, were he using a, Appelgren Allplay, or Yasaka Sweden Classic?  
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