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PostPosted: 02 Aug 2018, 22:17 
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Hi, my name is Marcos Guglielmetti, I am from Argentina.

I have these sealed, unused 5 ply Stiga vintage blades models from the 80's: Stellan Bengtsson and Kjell Johansson. I oppened one just to show you better photos, but I can send them sealed (lacred!). They are a relic and you can play with them.

Cost: USD 60 each (Johansson and Bengtsson)
Shipping cost worldwide: USD 25

I am new to the forum but I usually sell seeds of tropical fruit trees around the world and I have a very good reputation, see: http://tropicalfruitforum.com/index.php?topic=26501.0

Kjell Johansson model:

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Stellan Bengtsson model:

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You can PM me or contact me at facebook or marcospcmusica gmail com

Cheers!


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PostPosted: 03 Aug 2018, 03:16 
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Ah.. these are "premades" - the sort of racket you find at WalMart, etc. Yes, Stiga makes them, but they aren't all that good. You can still find their modern day equivalents at department stores, and people usually recommend that players (even beginners) avoid them, since they're usually slow and heavy. They usually have names of players on the packets. I don't recognize that "Taiphoon" rubber that's on them - it's probably similar to the stuff they put on the department store premades these days. The real collectible blades, and the ones used by serious players, are the ones Stiga would sell bare, without rubber. Or maybe they'd have Mark V on them. The REAL collectible ones are the ones with the pictures of the eponymous players on the handles (I believe those were from the early 1970s).

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PostPosted: 03 Aug 2018, 07:37 
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Ok, thanks Iskandar for your words. Today I was playing with them and I like the wood a lot.

Total weight is 170 gr, they are not heavy (my Butterfly Korbel Sk7 with DHS Hurricane III Neo weights 200 gr).

The Taiphoon rubbers doesnt match the spin and speed of the professional rubbers but you can still play and practice a correct table tennis technique with them (and I feel they are way better than the nowadays Stiga premade blades).


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PostPosted: 03 Aug 2018, 10:42 
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It's entirely possible the blades are OK. The ones they sell these days aren't - if you look around the Web you'll find web sites where they've dissected premades (I can't remember if Stiga was one of the brands) - in one case there was a knot in the wood under the top ply. The other problem people have is that the rubbers are impossible to remove - whatever glue they use to put it on requires hours of work to get rid of the bits of sponge that get left on the blade when you try to pull the rubber off. In any case, if anyone wants to buy these, it would be for the historical value and they'd want to keep the racket intact rather than change the rubber and use it for serious playing so this probably isn't too important.

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PostPosted: 03 Aug 2018, 21:29 
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Yes, In any case, if anyone wants to buy these, it would be for the historical value! I will change the rubbers soon and post the results.


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Taiphoon was a quite popular rubber in the late 80ies. Fairly similar to Cobra if I remember things correctly. Quite often recommended to young cadets by the coaches.


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marcosgg wrote:
Yes, In any case, if anyone wants to buy these, it would be for the historical value! I will change the rubbers soon and post the results.


For a collector, original condition is key. Do NOT remove the rubbers for this market.

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PostPosted: 08 Aug 2018, 04:33 
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marcosgg wrote:
Yes, In any case, if anyone wants to buy these, it would be for the historical value! I will change the rubbers soon and post the results.


For a collector, original condition is key. Do NOT remove the rubbers for this market.


For sure! I will try it just in one of them.


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mart1nandersson wrote:
Taiphoon was a quite popular rubber in the late 80ies. Fairly similar to Cobra if I remember things correctly. Quite often recommended to young cadets by the coaches.



Very thanks, it was difficult to find some info on the net about them. It seems to be a rubber for control and learning.


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marcosgg wrote:
mart1nandersson wrote:
Taiphoon was a quite popular rubber in the late 80ies. Fairly similar to Cobra if I remember things correctly. Quite often recommended to young cadets by the coaches.



Very thanks, it was difficult to find some info on the net about them. It seems to be a rubber for control and learning.


Stiga rated assembled rackets with stars ranging from 1 to 5 (probably still do).

Rackets with Mark V = 5 star
Rackets with Taiphoon = 4 star


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Hi, I will have these blades on stock by the next week:

Johansson and Bengtsson: USD 60 each (for now)
Tickan Carlsson Allround Wood: USD 120 each (for now)

Sealed, unused!

Shipping cost:
USD 23 till 500 gr (1 or 2 blades pack)
USD 50 till 1.4 k (3 to 6 blades pack)
USD 100 till 5 k (20 blades pack)


Johansson:


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Tickan Carlsson ALLROUND WOOD:


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Compare prices:
USD 124,85 https://www.ebay.com/itm/Stiga-tickan-/ ... 458?_ul=EC
USD 375 https://ebay.to/2Pi3v3I



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PostPosted: 21 Aug 2018, 04:43 
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I will have better photos soon!


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PostPosted: 23 Aug 2018, 06:31 
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Hi, I have these blades on stock now:

ULF Kjell Johansson and ULF Bengtsson: USD 63 each
Tickan Carlsson with Taiphoon rubbers: USD 63 each
Tickan Carlsson Allround Wood with Cobra Ultra Rubbers: USD 150 each

Sealed, unused!

Shipping cost:
USD 23 till 500 gr (1 or 2 blades pack)
USD 50 till 1.4 k (3 to 6 blades pack)
USD 100 till 5 k (20 blades pack)

Tickan Carlsson ALLROUND WOOD:

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Special offer with discounted prices

ULF Kjell Johansson: USD 40
ULF Bengtsson: USD 40
Tickan Carlsson with Taiphoon rubbers: USD 40
Tickan Carlsson Allround Wood with Cobra Ultra Rubbers: USD 110 (just 1 left)


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