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Review: Nittaku Septear CS

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    Posted: 10/10/2008 at 10:31am
Itís hard and itís soft: My new blade Nittaku Septear CS October 10th, 2008

First, letís have a look on my blade:

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First impression: When I open the box, I found that the craftwork of the blade is really good, very attractive. At the same time, I find the smell that only can found in Hinoki wood! Itís very light in weight,73g only. (This is Chinese penhold, FL / ST may be heavier)

Testing: Here is my testing configuration: Forehand: Nittaku Moristo 2000 MAX, Backhand: Nittaku Narucross EX Soft.

Both forehand and backhand rubbers are the one I used for competition and practicing. For looping, it can make high loop easily. Although this is a 7-plywood blade, I cannot find the hard feeling as the stiga clipper wood, itís powerful but soft. I can find the soft wood feeling (hinoki wood) when I power hit the ball, the feeling is quite different from my first blade, Malin Carbon, my hand can feel the soft touch on the hinoki wood. If I compare it to general 5-plywood, itís more powerful but keep the same (or even better)hand feeling. Itís amazing! Of course, itís not as powerful as those ďcarbonĒ blade, but it can give you a balance in between 5-plywood and carbon blade.

Conclusion: I think this blade is a good selection in the age of glue-banned, itís fast, good feeling and easy-to-control blade, it can give you the special ball hitting feeling of the hinoki wood, and itís light in weight!

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i really think i got a bad septear, slow as ****
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Are there two different versions of Septear (normal and special for chinese team version)? I saw that they are sold two different prices at Taiwan's site. Does anyone know what is the different between two versions?

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You can see this on TableTennisDB.com:
http://www.tabletennisdb.com/table-tennis-blade.php?id=nittaku-septear


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Originally posted by ppgear ppgear wrote:

You can see this on TableTennisDB.com:
http://www.tabletennisdb.com/table-tennis-blade.php?id=nittaku-septear


It seems that you've not even seen it LOL because none is available LOL
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