Category Archives: Technology

STIGA Specials at Paddle Palace

2017_feb21_stigaGreat STIGA specials available from Paddle Palace this week.  Check these out now.

Stay Tuned…

breakingnews1 Breaking News from ANDRO…. Stay Tuned !

TT-Flex

tt-flexTT-FLEX gives you a full-body workout while strengthening the primary muscles that you need to enhance your performance. TT-FLEX includes a 600 gram stainless steel paddle with premium handcrafted wood handle, with 12 attachment points and an elastic band with clips on each end, and instructions.

Talking Tech – With STIGA

In this sport, equipment and technology are truly important.  Sometimes the terminology can be confusing.  Understanding the labels can help you maneuver through the maze of equipment options available to you. Below you will find a list of STIGA’s blade tech terms and specs, STIGA’s rubbers tech terms and specs, and a Glossary of terms used with STIGA products.

Ovtcharov Interview- Equipment, Europe v. China, and 2016

proxyKey Quotes from the Interview: “I’m not that happy with myself. I want to improve myself in the next 7 months till Rio Olympics. Better planning, set weekly and monthly goals and control how I achieve my goals. If I miss some days then Ma Long already has an advantage over me as he does not miss any day. I cannot accept that. I have to work hard.”

Paddle Palace Robots

opvh2_table Need a Practice Partner? Paddle Palace offers four programmable robots.

Carbonado – The Newest Blade from Stiga

carbo2 The New Carbonado Blades – Now Available at Paddle Palace

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Table Tennis Balls: Going Plastic for Future Events

Samsonov ITTF photo Commencing on Tuesday 1st July 2014, all International Table Tennis Federation sanctioned and World Title events will be played using plastic composite balls instead of the traditional celluloid ball. There are no changes to the regulations already in place; plastic balls have been in accordance with regulations since the 1950′s. Table tennis events may still be played using celluloid balls. On the change, the ITTF President Adham Sharara stated: “Any change in sport usually divides the participants into three groups. The “optimists” who believe the change is for the best; the “pessimists” who believe the change is a disaster; and finally the “indifferent” who just go with the flow.”

Review of Nittaku 3-Star Premium 40+ Poly Balls

Nittaku Premium 40+ BallA comprehensive review from Larry Hodges about the Nittaku Premium 40+ poly balls, available in October. What is it like? How sturdy and durable is it? How does it compare in size and hardness? What are the results of a bounce test? How does it perform when serving, blocking, looping, counter-driving, hitting, and chopping? How will it affect players of various playing styles?

The New Plastic “Poly” Balls: Q & A

Nittaku Poly BallsThe introduction of the new plastic “Poly Ball” for table tennis has created a lot of excitement in the table tennis world. Here are some of the most frequently asked questions with answers direct from Paddle Palace

Stellan’s Secrets: What are the different table tennis rubber types and styles?

Stellan Bengtsson Stellan Bengtsson talks about the different types of table tennis rubbers.

STIGA – Airoc Rubber

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Presenting the newest rubber from STIGA! Adopted for the upcoming poly ball with the new Oxygen Capsule System. Available soon in S and M.