Battle Balsa Blade Penhold - americantabletennis

Battle Balsa Blade Penhold

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$39.95
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$39.95

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02/10/2021
BENJAMIN L.
United States United States
Pretty solid! Very very light!

This is an excellent intermediate blade if you’re looking for something fun, quick and light. It has a different feel being all balsa so you probably will love or hate it. It’s fairly fast but still controllable up close, and has a decent number of gears for stepping back a bit. I would not recommend this to a total beginner, nor an advanced player who’s used to carbon layers in their blades. Pairs well with both fast and slower runners, although it tends to really prefer tackier blends in my experience thus far.

Battle Balsa Blade Penhold blade from Yasaka is a new blade produced in the famous blade factory in Tranas, Sweden. Several players appreciate blades including the balsa material, because of the low weight, but also because of the special feel in the ball touch. In the Battle Balsa Blade Penhold, Yasaka has combined the best balsa-quality with Scandinavian pine to produce a faster blade, but still with a low weight. The special feeling of a "self playing blade" is of course still there.

Speed: 93   Control: 71   Plies: 5   Weight: 67g
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02/10/2021
BENJAMIN L.
United States United States
Pretty solid! Very very light!

This is an excellent intermediate blade if you’re looking for something fun, quick and light. It has a different feel being all balsa so you probably will love or hate it. It’s fairly fast but still controllable up close, and has a decent number of gears for stepping back a bit. I would not recommend this to a total beginner, nor an advanced player who’s used to carbon layers in their blades. Pairs well with both fast and slower runners, although it tends to really prefer tackier blends in my experience thus far.