KC11 9 months ago
I have been using this blade for a year, paired with Donic Coppa X2 on forehand and Donic Coppa X3 on backhand. Generally, it is a nice looking and pretty good blade for its price, I bought it for 30 euros. I recommend it for all-round players who tend to attack with precise smashes and rely on blocks when defending. I do not recommend it for serious competitive players, who have well developed playing technique and versatile strokes, because there come out the bad sides of this blade, despite it has some very good characteristics. On the one hand, it is slightly too slow, even for me who is far away from an attacking professional player. Smashing sometimes needs special effort, despite this blade has an additional power coming out during powerful strokes. On the other hand, it has very decent control. Also, this blade is stiff and has low throw angle, so it is not very suitable for spin oriented players. This blade is a very good choice for amateurs who know the basic strokes.
Frogger on 6/3/2015
High quality offensive/aggressive allround blade. Very nice feeling FL grip. Rigid blade suitable for fast blocks/counters and looping from all distances. Due to epoxy resins this gives this blade strength with slight flex. Different feeling vibrations than most blades but the ball feel is excellent. Some will not like that type of vibrations some will. This blade is more offensive than allround but not a speed demon either. Love the feel of all the Epox blades. A high quality blade from Donic at a reasonable price.
MikeWarrior on 5/11/2014
Back in the day, when I played on a regular basis (almost every day), I used many different paddles. Now that I am back into the game, I love Donic Epox PowerAllAround! It has amazing control for blocking loops, smashes, and chopping. The weight is perfect, 85 gm along with having a comfortable handle which is stylish. It's the best paddle I have ever used so far!
zdal on 2/16/2013
Truly allround blade. Good for close and mid distance game, but powerful enough for playing far from the table. Hitting, blocking, looping - every stroke is comfortable.