IPONG Poly Pro Poly Ball - Pack of 80
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This is 4 x Pack of of 20.
New poly ball training balls.
Join the new revolution of table tennis. As of July 1, 2014, all ITTF events started using Plastic Polystyrene ‘Poly’ balls, the latest innovation in table tennis. The playing characteristics of the new balls are unique, but similar, to celluloid.
IPONG Seamless Poly Pro 40+ table tennis balls are consistently rounder, longer lasting, and a slightly higher bouncing (still inline with ITTF requirements).
They also transport more safely, and are environmentally friendly. Stay ahead of the game, and use the same type of ball that’s being used in ITTF competitions.
The IPONG Seamless Poly Pro 40+ balls are the first training Poly balls to be released in the market.. These are great for your one-on-one and group practice sessions. And perfect for your IPONG training sessions.
• Longer lasting and higher bouncing
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Reviews of IPONG Poly Pro Poly Ball - Pack of 80 (4)
I really wanted these Poly balls to be good. They are inexpensive and available locally. But they are so out of round.
I played one tournament where these were supplied and because their out-of-round shape they fly as a pimpled ball. The entire box out of round.
Having played with other newly manufactured Poly balls (they are getting better) were these from old manufacture? Unknown.
Until someone else reviews them with newly manufactured balls, i'll stay away. These are
These balls are some of the worst on the market. I purchased the 80-pack for training purposes on my college table tennis team. How embarrassing when I discovered that 75% of the balls are egg-shaped and do not bounce straight! Most of them wobble back and forth when you spin them on the table. Apparently, IPONG has a very low standard for quality control. This was an aggravating waste of money. If you want good balls with the new material, I suggest DHS or Double Fish, which are far more consistent.
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