Stiga Apex Table Tennis Paddle Review

STIGA Apex Table Tennis Racket Review 2017

STIGA Apex Table Tennis Racket is a Swedish made fantastic paddle for beginners and intermediate players alike and precisely it offers a great value for your money.

A decent racquet for players who would like to go about their passion for playing table tennis and you will have this in your collection by spending far less money, compared to some of the similar products out there in the market.

Top Features

What makes this racquet somewhat special is the use of ‘ACS technology’ in manufacturing rubber for paddle. The ACS technology is all about employing a range of very tiny air capsules in a light-weight rubber.

Probably, you would not ask for more of a decent paddle than this one as it is the only ITTF approved paddle with less money to spend on.

It means there is no bar to use this paddle in an ITTF approved major tournament while you are on a budget and willing spend less bucks for your enthusiasm for the game.

Control, Speed, and Spin

Assuming that you are a beginner and you would like to take this sport as a hobby and hope to build up a knack for ping pong playing skills.

This moderate racquet is there to satisfy your need, as this paddle offers you with some regular spin and bounce.

However, control and speed are two other factors to consider before you buy one. Beginners like you may find this racquet is somewhat satisfactory in terms of some decent control and speed it generates.

The Specifics

This is an ITTF approved paddle, as I mentioned before, that means it only has two colors – red on one side of the paddle and black on the other.

A five layered ply extra wood blade has made this bat even lighter. Well, some players may find it extra light if they have experience with different, heavier paddles.

The handle is “Concave Italian Composite”, while the thickness of rubber and sponge is in total 2 millimeter. Ultimately, the whole paddle in your hand fits perfectly.

What Customers Say About STIGA Apex Table Tennis Racket?

Lightness is the first thing most of the buyers feel when they start playing and making strokes as the way they have been used to. If you are a perfect beginner, reasonably it will not make much of a difference, though some beginners find it good to generate some bounce and spin.

In fact, that’s both good and bad at the same time! Players with no experience might feel like OK with it, while players with a bit of experience would feel otherwise.

Moderate in quality control, yet you can buy this paddle at a pretty affordable price.

Customers seem not too wary with overall quality of the product. The only question is the quality of rubber, which they say, generally good but reported to be coming off sooner than expected.

Now you need to consider the fact that this is one of the least expensive paddles for any novice.

Verdict

I think if you are on budget and yet you have a great passion for the game, you may give it a second thought.

But before buying one, you need to think about your aspiration whether you would like to play with your family and friends occasionally, intention to get qualified for some competitive tournaments and how often you intend to play the game.

Finally, STIGA Apex Table Tennis Racket is the least expensive, ITTF approved racquet in the market having just a moderate range in overall quality aspects.

As a beginner, you certainly look for a paddle which offers you a paddle to begin with and at the same time, less bucks to spend on.

 

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