Killerspin Kido 7P Review

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Ping Pong is a game of speed and if your paddle isn’t swift enough, you’d be nowhere near the winning. Of the many ways to improve one’s game is the choice of Ping Pong paddle. It won’t be wrong if I say that a huge part of your Ping Pong excellence depends on that thing in your grip.

Now, let’s get to Killerspin Kido 7P. Well, Killerspin, as we know is one of the leading brands of Ping Pong equipment. You would hardly find any fault in their manufactured items. Ping Pong paddles are one such item that they craft with great precision and perfection. And well, the Killerspin Kido 7P is one of the top-selling products by them. The paddle offers a high-quality experience because of the premium quality material it is crafted of.

Did You Know?

There’s an interesting theory, according to which 22,870,000 Ping Pong balls would fit into a Boeing 747-400.

Features of Killerspin Kido 7P

Crafted to fit the needs of advanced-level playing, the Killerspin Kido 7p is made with accordance to the requirements of a pro-level player. The paddle comes pre-assembled and ready to use and with the highest level of standards that the tournaments require. You get two options for purchasing- straight or flared. It’s just a matter of personal convenience that makes all the difference. Both the paddles have a 3-7/8” handle, with the only distinctive this on that part being the reflectivity. The Nitrx-4z rubber coating has got quite a good amount of compliments for its tackiness. You get a great bounce with it.

When it comes to weight, however, there lies a little difference. The straight one is about 10.4 ounces, whereas the flared paddle weighs 11.2 ounces. This little difference can be a huge contributing factor to the grip, movements and shot execution in the players. If you are considering buying a Killerspin Kido 7P paddle, you must think thoroughly about the paddle-style and weight that would suit you the best.

For the advance level players, this paddle is an excellent choice and every worth of penny that they spend on buying it would be repaid by the brilliant performance that the paddle would provide them with. However, if you aren’t much serious about Ping Pong or you are just into the beginner’s level, you should rather purchase a cheaper paddle, as the Killerspin Kido 7P would surely cost you a fortune.

The Killerspin Kido 7P treats you with versatility, that is, you can be an aggressive player or a defensive one, and either way this paddle will suit you. Speed and control are two factors that are more like an oxymoron, but with this paddle makes that true. Also, if you are buying it you are bringing yourself a long-term friend. The only drawback that you might need to worry about is the weight you are going to get into your grip. The Killerspin Kido 7P weighs about 300 grams, which lies in the heavier side of Ping Pong paddles.

Did You Know?

China had managed to gather 24 gold medals between 1988 and 2012.

Price

As we’ve talked about it earlier in this article, the Killerspin Kido 7P is pretty-much pocket ripping. But again, if you are a serious Ping Pong player, you would be very well aware of the benefits of having a pro-level paddle. This paddle comes with a promise of longevity. So, it’s more like a one-time thing; spend a bit once and stay carefree for a long long time. Just take good care of it and you’ll have a great experience with this paddle.

Customer Reviews

The Killerspin Kido 7P has gathered some really amazing reviews on several e-commerce websites. Also, we have talked to the store-holder who had these available and he confessed that the Killerspin Kido 7P is among his best-selling items. So far so good!

 “This was purchased as a gift for my husband after getting all of the info on how he plays and what areas are needed to improve the game. This paddle is amazing! Speed and control are phenomenal! What a difference! This is top of the line luxurious quality! It’s worth it! This is the best paddle ever used! Will be back for another to keep improving the game! Thank you, Killerspin!!”

“Love this paddle and the feel it provides. Gives great spin on the ball!! Have definitely escalated my game with this paddle! I did experience a neck snap with the paddle on a shot that connected with the edge of the table… BUT a quick conversation with Support and they took care of me with a new paddle! 

Really?? WOW, what great Customer Service! They took a potentially unhappy customer and with no question turned me into a life long “Killerspin” customer! Thanks for taking great care of me! I will share my positive experience with my club players!”

“Great Paddle! After a long search of about 8 different ones. I’ve settled on the Killerspin 7P. Great feel in the hand with the straight handle. It’s not a super fast paddle, but fast enough for me. I think the control of this blade is the best I’ve found in a 7 ply. A little clickly but I’m moving the ball around better than I’ve ever had. And my loops were fast and accurate. Last night I beat several guys that have had my number and all phases of my game improved. I definitely think it’s worth a try if you want a control-oriented 7 ply.”  

“This is one of the best pre-assembled table tennis rackets out there, I upgraded from the Stiga Pro Carbon, there was a HUGE difference with power. It had the same amount if not MORE spin than the Stiga Pro Carbon. This is PERFECT for a Topspin player. I highly recommend this racket to advanced topspin players.”

Did You Know?

The Xushaofa 40+ is considered to be the best among the batch of the plastic balls.

Conclusion

Killerspin has never failed in amazing its customers with best in class products. The Killerspin Kido 7P is one such paddle that has managed to touch many hearts with its unbelievable performance ratings. Also, the fact that it lasts really long attracts many Ping Pong lovers. No doubt that this paddle is a bit expensive, but the reliability and performance make it all even. We would highly recommend it! Stay tuned with Ping Pong Beast to get amazing reviews on your favorite sport.

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