Minimum Weight -1.00 lb
Color – Red
Width – 185.42
Category – Ping Pong Paddles
Product Name -STIGA Evolution Performance-Level Ping Pong Paddle Made with Approved Rubber for Tournament Play
Handle Type – Concave
Material -Rubber, Sponge, Balsa Wood
The Shock Dispersion Tube on the STIGA Evolution paddle is an intriguing new technology. A high-tech composite rod is incorporated into the grip and blade with this innovative SDT technology. It is the high-quality product of the Stiga ping pong paddle. This tube permits energy and vibration generated by ball contact to be transmitted through the tube and out of the handle in the form of sound energy, improving speed, control, and feel.
The STIGA Evolution has a speed rating of 96, a spin rating of 94, and a control rating of 90. For competition play, the racket has ITTF-approved rubber. The STIGA Evolution Pre-Assembled is ideal for improving the playing experience of a beginner or intermediate player. In terms of performance, it comes in second place behind the Stiga Pro Carbon ping pong paddle. The Stiga Evolution pre-assembled bat’s Shock Dispersion Tube transmits and spreads shock waves throughout the bat. Premium rubbers with a two-millimeter thickness increase spin and speed.
The 6 ply paddle is ITTF-approved and delivers excellent ball control. The primary disadvantage of this blade is that its general balance may not be optimal for extremely aggressive players. The Stiga Evolution has a very similar look to the Pro Carbon, albeit it is a few grams heavier. This paddle is an excellent choice if you’re a beginner who wants to get into Ping Pong quickly. STIGA produces a range of ready-to-use Ping Pong paddles that has garnered positive feedback.
It’s particularly inconvenient for players who prefer to play away from the table. They will put out a lot of effort, but they may occasionally find that the ball cannot be shot accurately beyond the net. By holding the racket in your hand, you may get a feel for it. It can make a significant difference in your game.
Grip & Holding
The grip on the paddle is a little short, but it won’t make you feel uncomfortable when you’re holding it. Many Ping Pong players use the STIGA Evolution paddle daily. They’ve noticed that practicing with this racket is beneficial since it provides good control, despite its slower pace. It can improve your playing style substantially. When you first use the racket, you may need to adjust to the Shock Dispersion Tube in the handle.
With little practice, you’ll realize that this racket has outstanding rotation and accuracy. It’s perfect for beginners looking for a blade that’s both robust and straightforward to use. This racket is ideal for seasonal players who are struggling to keep active and wish to get back to fundamentals. When you initially begin playing Ping Pong, you can use whichever racket you choose.
The rubber is simply removable and replaceable. Other rackets in the same price range, such as the DHS A4002, are lighter. The DHS A4002 is heavier and goes at a slower rate than the Stiga Evolution. At the price you pay, it will exceed your expectations. It’s a Chinese item. However, just because they’re made in China doesn’t always mean they’re counterfeit rackets. You’ll be OK as long as you buy from trustworthy sellers.
- The rotation is 9.4 and the speed is 9.6.
- The control has been set to 9.0.
- The rubber used is of the finest grade.
- The sponge has a thickness of 2mm.
- 6-ply blade with a lightweight.
- The handle is called Concave Pro.
- The technology for shock dispersion is provided (SDT).
- The ITTF has authorized this rubber for tournament usage.
- This artwork is 12 x 7.3 x 2.8 inches in size.
- It is quite light.
- Pre-assembled, high-quality rubbers are a great deal.
- Excellent construction with a pleasant grip.
- It’s possible that the rubber won’t have as much spin as you’d like.
- Power may be insufficient for certain gamers.
- Some gamers believe that speed is important, but it isn’t.
This is an excellent defensive paddle. You can play with great spin and precision with this paddle. However, after a particular length of time on the court, the rubber may begin to deteriorate, causing your stroke to be significantly delayed. The rubber is easily removed and replaced.
Other rackets in the same price range are lighter, such as the DHS A4002. The DHS A4002 is heavier and moves slower than the Stiga Evolution. It will exceed your expectations at the price you spend.
It’s a Chinese product. However, the fact that they are created in China does not always imply that they are counterfeit rackets.