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Killerspin Kido 5A (regular edition)


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See also: Killerspin RTG Series - Kido 5A Premium

The RTG Kido 5A is an advanced ITTF approved competiton racket designed for players who enjoy a dynamic all-around game.It is a custom designed pre-assembled racket made by Killerspin and built to meet all tournament quality standards and increase the level of your game. We have personally assembled this racket using Killerspin's Kido 5A blade along with 2 ITTF approved Nitrx 4Z rubbers which will give you exceptional speed, spin, and control.

About Kido 5A blade

The Kido blade series was designed for the table tennis player who prefers an all-wood blade that has a kick, precision placement, and an incredible feeling. The 5A has the most control in the Kido wood series and is designed for the all-around player.

Handle3 7/8" Straight or Flared
Racket Thickness9/16"
Head Dimensions (WxH)6" x 6 1/4 "
Plies5 Wood
Weight187 grams

FAQ: Is this racket assembled for me?
Yes, you can play with it right out of the box! We assemble this racket using VOC-free glue. We cut the rubber sheets using professional tools and we add free side tape that matches the blade. We will package your racket with padded material to avoid delivery damage.
FAQ: Can I replace this racket's rubber sheets?
Yes, we assemble with VOC-free table tennis glue so you will be able to replace the rubber sheets.

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Reviews of Killerspin Kido 5A (regular edition) (1)

I have the original Kido5A from 2005. I have had this as my go to offensive blade since 2005 and I have played with the Maza, Timo Boll, Nittaku Violin, and Avalon all around. I go back to the Kido5A as it is on the edge of being offensive, it is fast enough and small enough to feel offensive and for good top spin play. The sweet spot is OK, not as big as carbon blades but not bad for precise play. The vibration is OK, not a lot, offensive control is good. Defensive blocking and looping is decent. Great all around offensive blade with the right rubber sheet. I use it Vega Asia, the little bit dense sponge compared to Vega Europe with it and it is good. This is just as good as most other 5 ply blades in the $40 dollar range.
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