CARBONADO 45

Everyone's rating [Hardness] Medium hardness
[Performance] Spin and Control are excellent.
CARBONADO 45

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Averages reviews points

  • Evaluation: 9.26 / 10
  • Number of review: 19
    • Speed:8.74
    • Spin:9
    • Control:8.95

    The new Carbonado 45 and Carbonado 90 blades are constructed with thinner TeXtreme® 64 gram per m2² carbon fiber, providing exceptional control and wood feel. These two new additions to the Carbonado family are built with the same expert processes and quality materials as the original Carbonado 145 and 190, with one difference – the Carbonado 45 and 90
    contain 64 gram per m2 carbon fiber while the original Carbonado 145 and 190 contain 100 gram per m2 carbon fiber. Choose Carbonado 45 and 90 for top quality, expert craftsmanship, and outstanding performance, along with increased control and wood feel!

    - Carbonado 45 is constructed with Carbon layers in a 45 degree angle
    - 45 degree angle provides torsional bendability which gives the blade
    more flexibility and increased stiffness
    - The high trajectory makes it a perfect choice for the offensive player who looks for good speed and stability combined with excellent control
    - Wide personalized sweet spot
    - 64 gram Carbon fibre per m2

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    Specifications

    Price
    20,000 Yen(Include tax 22,000 Yen)
    Producer
    STIGA
    Product code
    1062
    Speed
    140
    Control
    47
    Material
    Wood, Carbon, 7 ply wood
    Thickness
    5.8mm

    User reviews

    • Silken tofu

      (Experience:2〜3 years) The best racket. Everything is high level.

      Player reviews

      To express this racket in one word, it is “a well-balanced STIGA masterpiece”.
      Although it is an outer, the shot feel is wood. Tsuttsuki, the stop stops short, and when it has a strong impact, it will fly firmly. You will be able to hit a heavy ball with excellent rotation and speed.
      I want to use it for the front players too.
      It is obvious that once you use it, you will be captivated by this racket.
      Sorry for the poor text.

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      2019/12/14
      Overall
      10/10
      Speed
      10
      Spin
      10
      Control
      10
      Touch
      10
      Hardness little hard

      Recommended rubber (Forehand) Evolution EL-P

      Recommended rubber (Backhand) Moristo SP

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    • visitor

      (Experience:6〜10 years)

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      The feel of the hitting ball sounded like a high sound and felt like a hard wood mix. It was a transition from pine ken alc, but compared to pine ken alc, the bounce was suppressed and I felt it was easy to enter the stand because it flew in an arc. Although it was an outer, it was easy to rotate because it grabbed the ball to some extent. I chose flare, but personally it was a little difficult to grip. The tabletop was stable. Also, because the racket itself is light, you can stick heavy rubber. Since this racket is an outer, it will produce a fast ball when it has a strong impact, but I thought it was a high-performance racket that would stabilize on a light hit or on a table.

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      2019/11/19
      Overall
      8/10
      Speed
      8
      Spin
      9
      Control
      9
      Touch
      7
      Hardness hard

      Recommended rubber (Forehand) TENERGY 05

      Recommended rubber (Backhand) TENERGY 05

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    • visitor

      (Experience:4〜5 years)

      Player reviews

      The racket I used before was so heavy that I couldn't shake it, so this was what I found by looking for something that I could hit with a racket that was lighter than the previous racket. In the past, the racket alone was 95 grams or more, but this racket was mostly light on average, and the one I used was 80 grams. It seems to be an outer racket, but the outer appearance is not very good, and there was a sense that it was rotating firmly with a hitting sound resonating in the hand. However, I thought that the momentum was a racket with very inconsistent performance. Since there was more momentum than I thought, I will try to increase the thickness from double-sided special thickness this time in order to bring further weight reduction and the momentum to the previous racket.

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      2019/08/18
      Overall
      8/10
      Speed
      10
      Spin
      7
      Control
      7
      Touch
      10
      Hardness Little soft

      Recommended rubber (Forehand) Fastarc G-1

      Recommended rubber (Backhand) Fastarc C-1

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    • visitor

      (Experience:More than 20 years) Ideal for Plavol

      Player reviews

      I tried 145 in place of emerald to rosewood, but also tried 145, but each had a good disadvantage but it did not go very well but first I was surprised that it is lightweight but it is not pushed by the power of the opponent. The fine pre - can be done with the palm sense!
      Combination of wood and carbon is exquisite and you feel comfortable when you strike strongly when you do not want to feel the grasp feeling!
      As I pre-do it in front of you, it's lightweight and easy to handle around the racket! I like the hitting sound comfortably!

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      2019/02/06
      Overall
      10/10
      Speed
      8
      Spin
      8
      Control
      9
      Touch
      9
      Hardness little hard

      Recommended rubber (Forehand) TENERGY 80

      Recommended rubber (Backhand) TENERGY 80

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    • Every one

      (Experience:4〜5 years) The best one ever!

      Player reviews

      I used various racquets so far, it is the best gem of the past.
      Even though it is an outer carbon, it is not quickly detached from the ball, it is like a wood racquet bouncing, so control performance is very high.
      Of course, the speed at batting is also satisfied, and the thickness of 5.8 mm has a gut feeling, I feel that it is a racket easy to hang on a drive.
      It is compatible with adhesive rubbers, but personally I like shot feeling in tension rubber.
      In front of this racket I was using Infinity VSPV, but as I got a lot of fun at driving and driving, I turned into a more aggressive table tennis.
      It is a truly amazing piece to change so much in a racket.

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      2018/10/15
      Overall
      9/10
      Speed
      9
      Spin
      10
      Control
      9
      Touch
      8
      Hardness little hard

      Recommended rubber (Forehand) RASANTER R50

      Recommended rubber (Backhand) Vega Asia

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    • hi-lite

      (Experience:11〜20 years) Even though it's an outer,

      Player reviews

      Use ST.
      First of all it looks good, it is cool without complaint, it is beautiful making of fluff.
      I was surprised to see it as a body that I used seven timber for years as a favorite because it is outer carbon on 5 plywood boards. Even though it is outer, there is ease of use like a wood racket.
      First of all, Saab is also called adhesive rubber, so you can get short, short, low ones.
      Bass technologies such as stops, flicks, and chikitas will never get cranky and will fit firmly.
      Surprised by hitting the F drive, it got rotated, a high arcuate drive enters cleanly, entering.
      The B side also rises higher, so blocks and drives are quite stable.
      Even those who are resistant to outer carbon and those who are not experienced in special materials should be able to shift without impossibility, and should be able to increase rotation and speed!

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      2018/10/11
      Overall
      10/10
      Speed
      9
      Spin
      10
      Control
      9
      Touch
      9
      Hardness little hard

      Recommended rubber (Forehand) NEO HURRICANE 3

      Recommended rubber (Backhand) RIGAN

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    • visitor

      (Experience:6〜10 years) Continuation is power

      Player reviews

      Reading the article that Chen Dream or Chu Ray Ling is using, it purchased a few months ago. First of all it was disappointing that it sounded like a cupon when I thought about the basic striking. Since I was using a racket with a good hit feeling until then, I felt the gap. However, from the coach of the school that is going through, this racket is a difficult racquet if you do not strike the drive firmly, so it is 3 months to continue using it as advice that it is better to keep using it for a while. Now, the impact is strong and it changes to a beating sound, the heavier ball than before was pulled by the archwire until it was sucked into the opponent's coat. Especially, the feel of striking the arc by back hand drive does not stop. Processing on the platform is easy to do from the beginning with both flick and ticketers, and there is no problem with the block. I tried using the previous Ace racket, and the momentum of the ball hit was considerably increased after all. However, because I kept using it for three months, I'm getting used to the feeling of Carbonado's hit and I will try to change the ace for a while. Something, I am excited with the expectation that my own table tennis will change in future.

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      2018/08/07
      Overall
      10/10
      Speed
      9
      Spin
      10
      Control
      10
      Touch
      9
      Hardness Soft

      Recommended rubber (Forehand) TENERGY 05

      Recommended rubber (Backhand) Tenergy 05 FX

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