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DHS Just Model Table Tennis Racket #A4002, Ping Pong Paddle, Table Tennis Racquets - Shakehand
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- Table Tennis Shakehand Racquet of 7 ply pure wood
- Rubber Type : One side Pimples In / One side Pimples in
- Rubber name : hurricane3 or 2 / G888
- Loop with quick-attack; Stronger power expresses speed and spin
- If you find anything wrong with the paddle and want to return - please make sure the product in brand new condition and the covers of rubbers CAN NOT be torn down.
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Table Tennis Racket #A4002, Ping Pong Paddle, Table Tennis Racquets - Shakehand
Product detailsColor:red and black | Size:One Size
- Package Dimensions : 15 x 10 x 1 inches; 0.3 Ounces
- Date First Available : September 21, 2015
- Manufacturer : DHS
- ASIN : B015P5WD7W
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#245,107 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
- #119 in Table Tennis Racquets
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Absolutely recommend, 10/10
You'll have to excuse me as I lack the technical knowledge and jargon of the table tennis world. That being said, the handle smells like fish like everyone else has mentioned. Thankfully, the smell has dissipated significantly. The smell of the handle shouldn't stop you from buying this paddle. It really is a great value. From what I read on other reviews the rubber used (G888 and Hurricane III) is very good quality. I am able to generate tons of spin and carry a good amount of speed through my shots, yet still maintain control. The amount of spin I put on serves is just ridiculous. My friend who was on the other side of the table mentioned how much ball movement there was on my serve. I do find that I keep the ball in play more with the black side (G888) than the red side (H3). I guess I'm still figuring out how to approach the ball with the red side. It is head heavy, but not so much that I couldn't make quick adjustments. The extra weight really puts some *oomph* behind my shots.
I would recommend getting the Killerspin Rubber Protector if you get this paddle, it's only $1.99. The rubber on this paddle is really tacky and you'll want something to keep the rubber free from dirt, dust, and debris when not playing.
For the price versus performance it's a no brainer. Just buy it...and be sure to wash your hand afterwards because it will smell like fish. :)
After using the x4002 for almost 6 months, playing once a week (2 hr sessions) I am still very satisfied with my purchase. My initial review mentioned using the G888 (black)rubber on forehand. It didn't take me long after the purchase to use H3 as the forehand and G888 on backhand. The spin and speed with this paddle is nothing short of amazing. I regularly play with 5 other guys. Three of the guys use paddles ranging in price from $60 to over $150!!! They're always surprised that I only paid $25 for mine. After figuring out how my paddle plays I can hang with these more experienced players and many times have these guys scrambling to keep up with my shots. The one negative I have is that after over 2 hours of straight play the weight of the paddle becomes more apparent, but for $25 I'm not going to complain too much.
I had to buy this paddle twice though. The first time, the paddle came with an indentation on the black rubber. It seemed that something was pressing down on the paddle during storage. It made the racket unplayable. I had to return and buy a replacement.
The 2nd paddle came with no issue and seemed perfect. However, I wouldn't recommend to anybody after putting in about 30 hours of play with it. The rubber is good enough but the quality of the paddle isn't. The top of the rubbers started to peel away and I glued back on using my buddy's racket glue. I do not hit the table with the racket so I'm not sure how it started to come off. Then, one side of the handle came off the racket and I had to glue back on. About a week later, the other side came off and I had to glue that back on as well.
My next paddle I going to be a custom build.