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|by Goodwin Goodies||Date Added: Monday 23 September, 2013|
This is a great sandpaper ping pong paddle. We love it and will certainly order more when needed. Thank you!
|by itzgood2bme||Date Added: Sunday 05 February, 2012|
I bought these paddles for my boyfriend who is a ping pong nut. He loves them! Says they are just like the one he grew up using.
|by Ixcacel||Date Added: Thursday 07 April, 2011|
Even though I know that padded inverted dimple paddles are the highest quality and the choice of top competitors, I grew up playing against my fellow tennis team players playing ping pong on rainy days and before and after practice at school. In those days the school provided sandpaper paddles and we got pretty darn good with those things. Now I simply prefer the feel and action of the hard wood and sandpaper feel. This paddle is that classic style. My vacation resort home bought a first class $500 ping pong table for the recreation room and of course they bought quality paddles. So I had to go out and buy this $7 sandpaper paddle to have for myself. It's just like I remember.
|by Christopher Swayney "ytndndrummer"||Date Added: Friday 10 July, 2009|
Exactly the item I was looking for. If you're worried about the price being so low, don't be. These are quality paddles with good grip. No damage, no defects. Awesome!
|by D. Sklar||Date Added: Wednesday 23 July, 2008|
I have played ping pong since I was 4 years old and have paddles that are priced up to $35 and these sandpaper ones are my favorite. They really hold on to the ball.
|by Keenan Mack "ObiWanKeenobi"||Date Added: Thursday 19 July, 2007|
Seriously, you get what you pay for. Very cheap paddle, noticeable glue in seams, sandpaper not cut exactly to size of paddle face. If you're looking for an inexpensive sandpaper paddle, you'd be better off spending another dollar and getting the Martin Kilpatrick Thunder Racket
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