YinHe Hinoki 3A
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The 3A is part of a line of hyper-quality single-ply Kiso Hinoki blades. The Kiso Hinoki series consists of five blades, 3A, 5A, 200, 260, and 350. While we stock the 3A blades, the other blades in the series can be special ordered (from $130 to $430) if requested.
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What is Kiso Hinoki?
Hinoki, a cypress tree, is known for having a unique feel to it. A whole culture exists in table tennis around the quality and uniqueness of hinoki blades. Kiso is a place in Japan known for the quality it is Hinoki wood. Hinoki is very expensive.
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This is a very good quality blade. It is finished perfectly, and the grains of the hinoki wood on my blade are very consistent.
Of all the blades I have tried, it is the most fun to play with. Shots feel good and get back onto the table much more often. If you play a push game, then you'll find this blade very good. Just angle and push and bam - it goes. However, due to it's thickness it is a little less agile and I find that a big forehand smash is a little harder to get right and it's touch play close to the net is a little heavy to be gentle.
I find that this blade does well with all rubbers that I have put on it. Hard, soft, whatever. I'm quite astounded. I would urge any intrigued player to try this one out and have some fun.
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