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GUIDE TO TABLE TENNIS BLADES

BLADE CLASSIFICATIONS: We have groups each of blades into one of seven different categories. These categories are an easy way to determine if the blade is right for your style of play. They are:

OFF+
  For all out offensive play without compromise.
OFF
    For direct offensive play with much spin, speed and power.
OFF-
   For medium offensive play with much spin, speed and power.
ALL+ 
For offensive all-round play mixing shots with topspin shots of variable spin.
ALL
    For all-round players who mix attack and control shots in rallies
ALL-
   For all-round players who emphasize control and consistency from all distances
DEF
    For traditional defense with emphasis on the chop from a far distance
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WHAT HANDLE STYLE SHOULD I CHOOSE?

Flared: (FL)- The most popular style. A (FL) handle is wide at the base and is concave in the center.

Straight: (ST) The straight handle has no deviation in it. It is uniform from neck to base.handle has no deviation

Anatomic: (AN) - The second most popular style. An (AN) handle is tapered at the neck and is broader in the middle. The area between the base and middle is slightly concave.
                  
Japanese Penhold- Most (JP) handles are long and narrow. They feature a block of cork on top of the handle for a surer and more comfortable grip. There is also a thin layer of cork on the backside.
                                              
Chinese Penhold- The (CS) handles are very similar to a conical shaped shakehand blade with a shorter handle.