PingSkills Touch specifications

Table Tennis Equipment

Last updated 6 years ago

Marcus Anbau

Marcus Anbau Asked 9 years ago

Hello guys,

I am curious about the pingskills touch blade you offer. Is it a 5 ply allwood? Whats it weight, seize, thickness, which wood does it consist off(center, middle ply and top ply)? Is it head or grip heavy?

And what speed would you rate it?


Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario Answered 9 years ago

Hi Marcus,

The PingSkills Touch blade is a 5 ply all wood blade.

It has a speed of 7.5, Control of 8.2 and a weight of 83g.  It is very well balanced so not top or handle heavy.

The centre layer is Ayous wood. The 2 inner-layers are made of koto, and the outer surface layers are fineline wood.


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Marcus Anbau

Marcus Anbau Posted 9 years ago

Thx.

You dont rate speed in terms of Off, Off- Allround , Allround + etc.? Loosk like allround+ to Off-

How thick is it? Propably more flexible than stiff?

 

Fineline wood, never heard, you know what tree does it come from?

 


Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario from PingSkills Posted 9 years ago

Hi Marcus,

It is an Allround to Allround+.  It is quite flexible and soft.  Sorry, don't know too much more...


Marcus Anbau

Marcus Anbau Posted 9 years ago

Ok thx:)


Samuel Dumfarht

Samuel Dumfarht Posted 8 years ago

Hey,Can PingSkills Touch be used to play competetively or we need to upgrade the blade ?


Alois Rosario

Alois Rosario from PingSkills Posted 8 years ago

Hi Samuel,

It can be used competitively.  I would recommend it to even high level players.

Jeff and I both use it now.


Hendrik S

Hendrik S Posted 6 years ago

Even if topic is a bit older: @ the question about the fineline wood

As far as i know, fineline wood can be any wood! I guess its rather on the outer side of the blade and iv read somewhere that these small strips are only a few mm wide and there are many strips at one ply. So its rather about how the wood is processed and not which specific sort of wood it is. But the finelines on the Pingskills Touch are probably based on some soft or semi hard allround woods like koto and ayous/abachi as well. Really excellent for drive and loops + the fineline maybe gives the "touch" ;P

Id reallly like to try this blade, as it seems like the perfect type of ar+ blade i need. Xiom Vega pro works very well with such "full wood" blades. Unfortunately i cant use credit card atm xd Is there a way to purchase via paypal?

Would be awesome to play it :)



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