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Nittaku Violin

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A finely tuned instrument for the offensive player! Nittaku has applied to the production of the table tennis blade a special binding method originally used for crafting the finest stringed instruments. This special process succeeds in preserving the wood’s natural elasticity. Every ply and stage of production receives special handling and scrutiny, the same quality craftsmanship used for the best quality stringed instruments in the world. Ultra fast with the ultimate feeling of mastery. You will appreciate the unique hitting feeling and never forget it.

Weight: 88g

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Reviews of Nittaku Violin (26)

I bought it because Ma Long used it in 2005 and the great reputation behind it. Having many other blades 7plys and various Carbon woods I decided to start from square one again to develop my strokes using a slightly slower blade. The Violin definatly helps in learning to develop your strokes and now I understand after buying a few blades why one may want to consider learning the art of the sport with a 5ply first which in short avoids loads of unnecessary frustration. All in all 10 out of 10 blade.
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Despite its reputation and price, it's a pretty mediocre racket. It's also relatively slow. Nittaku also has a number of much better rackets, even in clear woods.
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Best blade i ever have, i like my violin, beutifull and full of spin with tenergy 05 fx both sides
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This is my 2nd blade after buying viscaria as my first blade. the idea to build 2nd blade for another variation using longpips. it works well but when i tried to combine using FH-Goldarc8 and BH Fastarc-G1, absolutely amazing.
this blade give more tolerance for the stroke and the maximum control for the direction.
one of my colleague also own this blade but older version, she combine with T 80 FX and T 05, the result are amazing.
the speed is slower than viscaria (since violin is allwood) but the result is delightful and reduce my mistake during the gameplay. Using this blade for ball positioning is very convenient and it will provide difficulty for the opponent.
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I've been a FL backhand dominant player and since ever I've been introduced to the sport, been playing with Chinese or Sweden made paddles, out of which I've liked the Chinese the better as the FL handle fits best in my small hand contour. Recently, I bought used old tag Nittaku Violin out of curiosity for an allwood blade. I've seen players complaining about the handle size too small but the one that I bought, fits perfectly in my hand and being said, this is my first Straight handle blade. Paired it with Victas 401 on FH, Tibhar ELP on BH. Noticed that slight adjustment was needed on Forehand strokes due to the ST handle, but it was no brainer on Backhand, it was so effortless and very spinny. IMO, this blade favors the feel factor in linear spin strokes and offers medium trajectory with controlled arc. Flat hits are also good. Comparing it with DHS H301 blade, with ALC construction that I used for almost 2 years consistently, interesting that I felt Nittaku Violin is a notch harder and slightly more stiff (could be due to the blade being less head heavy and small handle to compensate on the flex). Also if you get the right weight ~ between 85-90G, It doesn't feel slow even in the modern plastic ball era.
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