hops4080 on 12/12/2015
nice blade the old one it´s a real dream
clublevelplayer on 2/20/2013
Purchased Keyshot 2nd hand but still in excellent condition. Pair with both Nittaku Magic carbon.
Impression: average bounce of the ball not so soft and not so hard. Handle of this blade is a slight smaller but wider compared to other newest butterfly blade.
An amazing control blade first i found it too springy or quite soft i guess because of the soft top sheet of the rubber but a great topspin and controlled offensive. This is a great technical blade like if the player is bombarded by an aggressive offensive player you will tire him out of this blade because of technical many balls this brings. Cannot wait to try this blade with tenergies or tensor rubbers..
J.R. Bowman on 1/12/2010
It was one of the best blades I ever owned and oddly enough I bought it from my coach Carl Hardin mentioned above. It was a little heavy and I was just beginning in table tennis maybe 1200 or so and I loved to try new equipment constantly. A friend of mine still plays with it to this day. I am a two wing looper and hitter and this played had all kinds of different gears. My current training partner Sreeram plays with a keyshot also and loves it.
JimC on 12/31/2009
One of the best blades I ever owned. I had two, I gave Coach Carl Hardin one many years ago when I switched to the similar BISIDE. a great allround racket for a varied spin game. I could chop well with it-at one time I had Magnitude on the backhand and could chop down fairly heavy loops with it as well as crush long pushes. The only problem was that both blades had one scale of the handle come off-easily remedied with some carpenters' glue. With reglued shriver FX I got tons of spin on my loop and enough speed to go through even 2200 level blockers.
Why they discontinued this (or the BISIDE) is beyond understanding