PRO Power X2
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Intended use and style of play
PRO is aware that people are often reluctant to alter the formula that brought them success. The PRO Power X2 Table Tennis blade was created with this in mind. If you are hesitant about changing from your preferred type of rubber, this blade is for you. It goes perfectly with your personal choice of rubbers, combining great power and feel into your strokes, letting you outplay your opponents. If you are looking for a pre-assembled racket with rubbers already glued to the blade, check out the PRO Power paddle.
The PRO Power X2 Table Tennis blade has an undeniable design, but it is also much more than that. With 5-layer pro-grade balsa wood and 2-layers of premium carbon, this blade provides enough power to overcome your opposition. The blade delivers an unmistakable combination of power, speed and balance to match its aesthetics. With that, it was created for the high-level competitive player.
The PRO Power X2 blade is fast while excellently balanced, letting you keep low arc on close to the net shots. Like all PRO rackets, this blade also comes with 2 three-star premium PRO poly balls, packed in a premium box that doubles as a stylish case for 1 racket and 2 balls.
The bottom line
The PRO Power X2 blade exudes power, quality and aesthetic brilliance. No details were left out in creating this blade as the quality, feel and looks speaks for itself, making it one of the best blades on the market. Along with all of that, environmental considerations were made while constructing this blade.
Head Size: 158 mm x 150 mm
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Reviews of PRO Power X2 (1)
The blade looks awesome, not so sure about the quality. I bump the blade against the table and a pieces of wood came off. I still use it and can win most of my games using DH3 FH and BH. It did take about two weeks to get use to the blade.
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