Here are the five best table tennis bats for beginners… Eastfield Allround Table Tennis Bat; Palio Expert 3.0 Table Tennis Bat; DHS A4002 Table Tennis Racket; Stiga Pro Carbon Table Tennis Racket; Palio Master 3.0 Table Tennis Bat; We’ll now review each of these table tennis rackets in detail. #1: Eastfield Allround Table Tennis Bat
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The really fast rubbers and blades require very good technique to control the ball. The risk is that you’ll make too many unforced errors with a very fast bat. To get a custom made bat, you’ll need to buy from a table tennis shop. Look out for ‘All round’ blades, and rubbers with a high control rating.
Premade table tennis bats come with the rubbers attached to the blade by the manufacturer. Custom made table tennis bats require that you buy each of the components and assemble it yourself. The components of a table tennis bat consist of the Blade (including the handle), and the Rubbers (red and black). Specialist table tennis glue is required to attached the rubbers to the blade.
Almost any ready-made, pre-assembled racket will be sufficient for a beginner or casual player, but I'd recommend that you buy a recognised table tennis brand such as Butterfly, Donic, DHS, Joola, Nittaku, Stiga, Tibhar, TSP or Yasaka.
STIGA Pro Carbon + Table tennis bat. 129.90€. Offensive 5+2-ply blade with carbon fibre for greater speed and feeling. Royal Carbon 5-Star Table tennis bat. 99.90€. Carbon blade and the fastest and most powerful racket in the Royal-Series. Royal WRB 3-Star Table tennis bat. 59.90€.
The Xiom Vega rubbers, particularly the best-sellers Xiom Vega Pro and Xiom Vega Euro, are the reasons as to why this brand achieved its breakthrough within just a few years. Nowadays, the Xiom Omega rubbers, especially the Xiom Omega VII rubbers, constitute the flagship among modern table tennis rubbers from Xiom.
About Table Tennis Direct. We are a UK-based small business established in 1991. We started out as The Bat Workshop, offering a service which includes specialist advice about table tennis rubbers and blades, and offering a professional customised bat assembly service. Moving online, we became Table Tennis Direct, selling all the equipment ...
The ratings give you the speed, control and weight for every blade we sell. If you think that you are an all-round player then your best choice would be an all-round wood. If you are an offensive player, choose a faster blade which has a speed rating over 70.