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Yasaka Mark V Special Edition

$52.95
Item# SYMKV
Brand: Yasaka
Class: OFF-
Speed: 87
Control: 67
Blade Weight: 84
Plies: 5w
Blade Thickness: 5.8
Blade Handles: FL, AN, ST
Combo Price: $117.95
Material: All Wood

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Leading the way in table tennis technology, Yasaka designed the Mark V Special Edition, an offensive blade with incredible control for the offensive game. The makers of the famous Mark V rubber have created this extraordinarily well-balanced, ultra-touch, powerful blade expressly for the offensive player who wants to dominate a powerful loop, smash, or loop-drive with precision blocking or countering of anything that comes your way.
Yasaka Mark V special edition
12/18/2016

I purchased this early this year from PP as a combo special. After using it twice a week about 8 months. I decided to replace the rubbers. The partial outer thin wood were pulled out as I removed the rubber. I know the blade cost only $50.00 but I did not expect this blade quality is this bad which render it unuseable

- Edward, CA

Good For Pure Loopers
1/7/2014

This blade has a lot of flex and isn't as fast as claimed. Great for controlled close/mid distance looping and allround game. Not a linear blade for drives or smashes, lacks power. Construction is good. Nice control with classic rubbers for lower levels. 4 Stars.

- Frogger, NE

Great Blade
2/14/2011

Awesome blade for my offensive looping game, and the touch is great. And I do have outstanding power on my counter-drive and smash. I was using this blade with Mark V rubber max sponge with good results, and now with Nittaku Narucross EX Soft. Outstanding!

Mark V Special Edition Blade
4/9/2009

I totally agree with the review # 1 this blade is great for looping and setting up offensively, but it is serious lacking of power when smashing.

Ehh...
2/9/2008

This blade isn't nearly as fast as its specs make it look. To put it in perspective, i still have to work fairly hard to get some serious juice of of my JUIC Scramble 21 Ultima with MAX sponge. It has a very soft and controlled feel, which is great for looping and setting up offensively, but it is seriously lacking a nice solid feel when smashing. Another annoyance was that the handle was extraordinarily rough when i got it, so rough that i felt the need to sand it, before even attempting to play with it. However, for the combo price, I think it's worth it for the table tennis player on a budget.

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