Is 120 grams for a bat too light?

Table Tennis Equipment

Last updated 5 years ago

hao jun

hao jun Asked 6 years ago

Hi,

I personally like playing with light bats.The current bat that I am using now weighs about 120 grams. Is this type of bat common, as I would want to buy a new one soon.Please also include some bats pre-made or custom bats that weigh about the same.Many Thanks!

Jun Hao


Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario Answered 6 years ago

Hi Jun Hao,

That is very light for a bat.

What kind of bat is it?  Others may be able to help you out with this one.


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D K

D K Posted 6 years ago

My bat si equally light and sometimes I feel like it is still to heavy for me


D K

D K Posted 6 years ago

Compared to this,one of players I know uses a bat where ONLY THE BLADE has over 120 grams


Peter Niu

Peter Niu Posted 5 years ago

On megaspin.net it says my blade is 87 what does this mean

 


Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario from PingSkills Posted 5 years ago

It is probably a speed rating.  Hard to tell unless you compare it to what they have as ratings for other bats.


Jean Balthazar

Jean Balthazar Posted 5 years ago

Sponge-less pimples players gain a lot of weight on their setup and can therefore afford to use heavier blades and forhand inverted rubbers. 120g with 2 inverted rubbers is possible, but exceptional. You'd have to use the lightest blade (about 60g) and the lightest rubbers (very soft and thin sponge). The whole thing would be very easy to use for short and quick action shots (like the flick), but it would surely lack power for smashes or fast topspins, and stability for blocks. So I'd say it's probably better to develop your technique with a racquet that has a more realistic weight. On average I'd say 170g.



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