Nittaku Acoustic Carbon Inner

Nittaku Acoustic Carbon Inner Blade
Approx. $ 180 USD
Price $

User Ratings (12)

Speed 9.1
Control 9.4
Stiffness 5.6   
Average
Hardness 5.5   
Medium
Consistency 10.0   
Always identical
Overall 9.6 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 9.0 / 10
Control 9.0 / 10
Weight 86
Plies 7
Materials 2 Thin Limba Outer Plies, FE Carbon Layer, Ayous Center Ply, FE Carbon Layer, 2 Thin Limba Outer Plies
Thickness 5.5
There are 2 users using the Nittaku Acoustic Carbon Inner.
The Nittaku Acoustic Carbon Inner blade is made with special wood lamination technology originally used in stringed instrument production, incorporated with new FE-carbon material positioned between the center and inner plies. This construction creates a solid feel with greater ball retention. Feel the blade in every part of your hand. Thicker wood produces solid feeling for close-to-table topspin play.

Reviews (5)

awkwind  on 5/11/2018

Outstanding feeling. Not stiff like many carbon blades as the carbon is buried deep and really just is noticed on hard hits. So it is not a very fast blade. Same as Acoustic on soft touch, a bit kick on hard hits.
+2
g1orgosthess  on 7/13/2017

Amazing blade.... the best I've played so far. For three years I was playing with stiga intencity nct which is an off blade and not a good choice for me, because it lacks control and it is stiff, then I switched to an all+ blade the yasaka sweeden extra which for me is the best blade considering the quality/price you get (amazing control/spin/felling but no power and medium sweet spot which cause some times a little bit of vibrations. The Nittaku Acoustic Carbon Inner C Pen has only possitives (amazing control, all the power you need, nice feeling, perfect weight, comfortable handle, perfect quality). The only con is the price 182 €.... 146 € with TT11 Weekly special prices. The blade is a GEM.
+2
TTCP  on 9/20/2018

I have the Violin Carbon as well. Nittaku Acoustic Carbon Inner (NAC Inner) has great feeling and control like Violin Carbon. It's a little bit slower and stiffer than the Violin Carbon. NAC Inner is very easy to play with, due to the soft feeling and great control. You only feel the power of the carbon layers when you hit hard. The sweet spot is large and it performs all types of strokes well, but it really shines when it comes to looping. It works well with tacky Chinese rubbers. I recommend hard rubbers on NAC Inner for BH, if you like active blocking and punch shots on your BH. Medium or soft rubbers will make your harder shots go all over the place. Hard rubbers has much better control for NAC Inner on BH. Note that this blade is head-heavy, which I like (but not everyone does). Mine is 87g, which is very light. The handle is a bit thin compared to other blades, but it doesn't really affect me. Finally, the craftsmanship is great for this blade. It has very nice finish. Due to the versatile nature of NAC Inner, I can recommend this blade to anyone from beginner to advanced player. If you don't mind spending some money, this blade is well worth it. Update: After playing with this blade for a few month, I'm convinced that NAC Inner is a solid 9 in terms of speed. I'm not sure why the average rating is only 8.7 for this blade. NAC Inner is clearly faster than Stiga Infinity, but Infinity has average speed rating of 8.7 on this site.
+1
sergey05011957  6 days ago

iner - great feeling: much better than just carbon - it plays perfectly with rubber andro rasanter r 42 or tibhar evolution mx p or s. Straight flat cut and sharp flat strokes.(weight 83 g) Wonderful short game with great control
0
KarakanKaczy  on 2/24/2019

bust, the worst blade and I paid 130$
-6

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