P700

Everyone's rating [Hardness] Little hard
[Performance] Control and Spin are excellent.
P700

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Averages reviews points

  • Evaluation: 8.33 / 10
  • Number of review: 3
    • Speed:8.33
    • Spin:8.67
    • Control:9.33

    This P700 series blade is the original version of the Avalox 700 blade, the one used by Wang Tao in the1995 world championship and also used by Liu Guoliang (pengrip). It is a fast 7-ply blade with a soft feel, still used by some of the top Chinese players today.

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    Specifications

    Price
    7,223 Yen(Include tax 7,945 Yen)
    Producer
    AVALOX
    Speed
    Ten
    Control
    8
    Weight
    91g ± 5
    Material
    7 timber wood plywood (Wood, 7 ply wood)
    Thickness
    6.3mm

    User reviews

    • Really

      (Experience:11〜20 years) Performance is ◎ grip ...

      Player reviews

      Besides the baroques P700, the compatibility with the chart software is ◎ very good ◎.
      It may be heavy for women because it should be heavy because there are many rackets with 90g or more rackets.
      It is for people who want to put out the power in wood rackets because the power comes out even if you put a lot of various rubber.
      There is a sense of security at the time of driving with a solid ball holding like a wooden racket with a ball holding too.
      Also, I will say many times, but I think that it will be easy to lose swing if it does not swing firmly because it is heavy.
      After the grip is round and thick, it will be quite difficult to hold if the hand is small!
      I have a hand so small that it was quite difficult to carry.
      In the past, players from the China China National Team were all in use, so they are extremely compatible with Chinese rubber and adhesive rubber rotating rubber.
      Please use it once if you are anxious.

      See original review

      2019/07/28
      Overall
      8/10
      Speed
      8
      Spin
      9
      Control
      10
      Touch
      8
      Hardness little hard

      Recommended rubber (Forehand) RASANTER R50

      Recommended rubber (Backhand) Booster EV

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    • visitor

      (Experience:11〜20 years) Thick grip

      Player reviews

      This is the old generation who liked Avalox in the Nittaku era. Looking for a thicker grip than the SK7 …………, I wondered if it was too thick and I failed a little ……….
      It doesn't bounce compared to the SK7 (maybe because of the rubber) ……… It feels the same as or less than Fortius.
      Recommended for those who are looking for a thick grip and seven plywood that does not bounce very much. The weight is a little heavy at 91g.

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      2021/09/09
      Overall
      8/10
      Speed
      8
      Spin
      8
      Control
      9
      Touch
      8
      Hardness little hard

      Recommended rubber (Forehand) Rakza X

      Recommended rubber (Backhand) Quantum X PRO

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    • You Arakaki

      (Experience:6〜10 years) Ah

      Player reviews

      The old masterpiece came back. It is still a masterpiece even though it was an old racket, no matter how waiting for this time. It is destructive force which can not be sticky.

      See original review

      2017/10/29
      Overall
      9/10
      Speed
      9
      Spin
      9
      Control
      9
      Touch
      9
      Hardness little hard

      Recommended rubber (Forehand) HURRICANE 8

      Recommended rubber (Backhand) TENERGY 05

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