Nittaku Bloodwood

Nittaku Bloodwood Blade
Approx. $ 110 USD
Price $

User Ratings (9)

Speed 9.1
Control 9.3
Stiffness 7.4   
Stiff
Hardness 6.7   
Medium hard
Consistency 10.0   
Always identical
Overall 9.7 10
Manufacturer Details
Weight 88
Plies 7
There are 2 users using the Nittaku Bloodwood.
The Nittaku Bloodwood is a 7 ply Swedish blade. The bloodwood has a hard feeling while remaining only medium fast. The head is slightly smaller than average, and is thin and light.

Reviews (3)

OlaBonga  on 7/9/2019

Very ballanced and funny to play with. A real quality blade where anything goes!
+5
guybrush123  on 12/3/2018

Wondeful blade, and nice looking too. Tested 3 different rubbers, and it played best with Nittaku Fastarc G1, soft rubber went well too, the Tibhar Genious Sound was spinny as hell. Worst was a very heavy Stiga Mantra. Didnt pair with this one, Good built, and finishing is awesome.
+5
tabletennis11  on 8/16/2017

The Nittaku Bloodwood is a gorgeous and moderately fast 5+2 composite blade, which offers a direct feeling on ball impact. Given its OFF- characteristics, I suspect that this blade is better suited for faster and softer rubbers, where the ball gets a chance to penetrate deeper into the sponge, allowing for higher levels of spin production. In fact, I substituted the Hurricane 8 with a sheet of provincial DHS Hurricane 3 Neo and this immediately rectified some of the problems that I encountered with the original test setup. Thus, my low-impact FH loops and serves were spinnier, while my FH power drives and flat hits were faster. The Bloodwood is appropriate for players of most levels except – perhaps – elite players, who perhaps might find the blade a little bit too slow compared to other composite blades on the market. Read our full review here: http://blog.tabletennis11.com/nittaku-bloodwood-review
+4

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