Victas Dynawood and Dynawood Power Blades

Years of development has led Victas to release of the Dynawood blade, which uses wood-fiber technology to bring the benefits of composite blades to an all-wooden blade. These “made in Japan” blades are of the highest quality, as we’ve come to expect from the Victas brand.   Dynamic Wood Technology […]

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DHS 40+ plastic ball review

A review of the new 40+ plastic table tennis ball from DHS. Comparison are made to current celluloid balls in terms of size, uniformity, colour, bounce, performance in play and durability. Also comparison are made to the new Nittaku 40+ plastic balls, which were reviewed earlier. Are these balls better […]

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Victas VS > 402 Double Extra and VS > 402 Limber

Reviews, detailed information comparison of the new rubbers for 2014 from Victas, the  VS > 402 Double Extra and VS > 402 Limber. These German-made rubbers focus on extreme spin and offer a variety of sponge hardness options to suit the particular style and preference of players.   VS > […]

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Joola’s new MAXXX-P and RHYZM-P Reviews

Detailed information and reviews of the new Joola’s new MAXXX-P and RHYZM-P rubber, designed to give extra performance with the new Plastic / Poly table tennis balls. Judging by many recent reviews of the new plastic table tennis balls, these balls have somewhat different characteristics, including them being slower and […]

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Avalox AVX P900 and RUIBA Bloodwood Carbon

Avalox has just released some of their new ‘made in Sweden’ blades, the P900 and the Ruiba. Here are some details and pictures, reviews will come later.       The Avalox P900 Excellent combination of specially selected 9-ply natural wood that enables high level allround offensive play. These are […]

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Victas VS > 401 review – outstanding rubber for modern defenders

A detailed review of the new Victas VS> 401 rubber, an extremely spinny rubber, suited particularly well for modern defender style, i.e. players that chop with heavy backhand, but also attack upon opportunity. The review covers comparisons of all 3 thickneses that this rubber is made in, 1.5mm, 1.8mm and […]

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Nittaku Plastic 40+ Table Tennis Ball Review

A detailed review of the new 40+ plastic table tennis ball from Nittaku. Comparison are made to current celluloid balls in terms of size, uniformity, colour, bounce, performance in play and durability. Are these balls better than the first generation of plastic balls? How do they compare to the celluloid […]

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Dr Neubauer Number 1 rubber and MATADOR blade

A new long pimple rubber, Dr Neubauer Number 1, and a new blade, MATADOR  will be release shortly. Here are the details of these new products: Dr.Neubauer NUMBER 1 –             Discover new pleasures of the game! Long pimples with friction Our new long pimple rubber NUMBER 1 will enchant […]

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How to promote your club / competition via Facebook

How to promote your club / competition via Facebook   If you’d like some ideas or tips on how to promote your TT club or competition via Facebook, check out the SA State League Page, which is run by one of South Australia’s top players Scott Houston. The page was […]

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Butterfly Tenergy 80 FX Review

Butterfly Tenergy 80 FX Review   Finally the Tenergy 80 FX review… exciting!!! Thanks to Butterfly Australia, I’ve been given a new (sample) sheet of Tenergy 80 FX, so that I can test and review it! Note: They’ve not asked me for a review, nor for anything in return, so […]

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