pingpang on 9/9/2014
A Hard and fast ball but consistent.
Has an average life span.
Quite pricey in my country (note: I have used DHS, Double Fish, Butterfly and Andro balls). Was told one of the most expensive balls around but also one of the best to play with.
TableTennisAbomination 10 months ago
These are the preferred ball at my club, and I never understood why until I used these and then tried other cheaper brands. These have the most consistent play (along with the new Nexcel balls) and are worth the premium price if you are playing in a serious league. The only downside is how powdery they are.
reedguy on 6/3/2015
Very light and very "grabby" when new. Use only for 5 or 6 games so that there is always maximum spin.
Oldboy on 12/13/2014
What an extraordinary table tennis ball...
After being a Double Fish fanboy for quite some time I've finally felt compelled (A few lemons) to go back to Nittaku.
Simply the best.