Help with Artengo Carbon Blade

Table Tennis Equipment

Last updated 6 years ago

Regan D'mello

Regan D'mello Asked 6 years ago

Hey Alois,
I need help in choosing a faster blade as I have advanced in my game. I then saw this blade Artengo FW980 Carbon Table Tennis Blade (http://www.artengo.co.uk/fw980-table-tennis-blade-brown-id_8319555). 
Is it a good carbon blade??? Is it good enough! And I want to learn to play with short pips on my backhand and use a faster rubber on my forehand. Any suggestions please! 

Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario Answered 6 years ago

Hi Regan,

Hopefully some of our readers will be able to help you with some suggestions.


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Regan D'mello

Regan D'mello Posted 6 years ago

Anyone who has any information about this blade, please do leave a comment. 


Jean Balthazar

Jean Balthazar Posted 6 years ago

Artengo isn't a very renowned brad, but they generally make decent products. Couldn't find any review of this particular blade on my usual websites. Watch out though, it is marked "Off++", which is supposedly "very very fast". Walnut is hard, carbon is stiff, so I would be a bit doubtful of the claimed "ball feel and control".

At that price you could get yourself some of the best sellers from Tibhar, Joola, Stiga, Donic...


Peter Nielsen

Peter Nielsen Posted 6 years ago

 Tried the Adidas P-3 on the backhand, very impressed. This rubber is fast, super spinny, with excellent control. It's like T64 at half the price. Thought short pips on the backhand is going out of style for younger players. P-3 is the go!



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