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    Best 40+ training ball

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    i'm looking forward on getting 40+ training balls, i used DHS celluloid 1 star to train and i really like it but with the new plastic balls the quality of (40+) DHS 1 star decrease and i didn't like it, i also try xushaofa 1 star (40+) and they were horrible, has anyone try any other training ball, i been looking around and i found a couple on tabletennis11, can anyone give me some feedback on the following balls. thanks

    1.Nittaku Training 40+ 100pcs
    2.Donic 40+ coach 120pcs white
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    Kinson 40+ 1 Stars Plastic Ball
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    I attended a 2 hour clinic with Donic coach, had to check afterward that they were actually 40+ as i didn't notice and the only 1 that broke was the one i stepped on.

    That was just one session though and my focus wasnt really on the ball but overall i thought pretty good.

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    The 40+ 1 Star balls are eggs, take Ur pick.
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    I have been using the TSP 40+ 1 star for multi balls training about a month , its pretty damn good. i ordered about 300 balls , we stepped on about 10 of them so far.
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    Well i had the luck to try the new butterfly easy ball and no roundness problems appeared, the durability also seems to be ok so far. I've wrote an early review here:
    http://www.tabletennisdaily.co.uk/eq...4-easy-ball-40

    Can't say anything 'bout the balls you wrote about though.

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    Any links where I can buy the tsp 40+ 1 star or the butterfly easy ball?

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    TTjapan, not sure they have them now its was sold out when i got 5 boxes of 60 balls.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisleon
    Any links where I can buy the tsp 40+ 1 star or the butterfly easy ball?

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    Here you go:
    http://de.butterfly.tt/easy-ball-40-120er-box.html

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    Thank you all for the information

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    Buttryfly only one I've tried. Muuuch more bounce and a bit less spin then celly but mostly as round as 2 star celluloid from my 6 (vs stiga winner) plays well and has survived 2 or 3 hours of proper play and 10 hours of beginer hard bat

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    I would say just go with XSF 3* They are not that expensive and very durable and play well enough for all sorts of purposes. I bought some Nittaku Japan 40+ ** (two star) and they are actually not bad at all, but cost more than *** XSF.

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    I bought Nitaku 3* didn't like them. They break pretty easily. Bounce is pretty lazy compared to poly boll.

    I like XuShaoFa 3* bounce is more like poly ball, very durable, does not deteriorate over time.


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    I've been practicing with Kinson * 40+ ball since February or January and I think it is the best choice for money that they cost. I've already bought ~15 packs for me, my trainer and for the people whom I know
    You'll get 72 balls for 25$ +8$ (delivery) hxxp://ttnpp.com/store/ball/768-kinson-40-1-stars-plastic-ball-72pcs-39.html
    An other choice is double fish * 40+ hxxp://ttnpp.com/store/ball/796-double-fish-new-cellulose-acetate-material-40-1-stars-ball-x-120-39.html
    60$ for 120 balls and delivery is free!
    these balls are very similar, I suppose that kinson is simply double fish with an other print

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    How is the roundiness of the kinston ball, I bought 200 xashoufa 1 star and they were horrible, mostly egg shape

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    well.. they are not as perfectly round as 3 star balls like donic, however the roundiness of some 1 start kinson balls from the pack might even be compared with yasaka 40+ 3star. anyway they are much better then 1stat xushaofa crap.
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    I am looking for some good quality not too expensive balls for Multi balls training probably need 300 balls. any recommendation and update on this post? thanks

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    I bought xsf 3* polyball : there is 6 balls, I ve played with the first one very long time before losing it, the second I give it to a friend, the third and fourth broke when I played with them easily and quickly (hit the edge of the blade once or twice, no mercy)... So I dont know what to think about them... They seem very durable if you hit well but they dont forgive your mistake.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shinhyun
    I bought xsf 3* polyball : there is 6 balls, I ve played with the first one very long time before losing it, the second I give it to a friend, the third and fourth broke when I played with them easily and quickly (hit the edge of the blade once or twice, no mercy)... So I dont know what to think about them... They seem very durable if you hit well but they dont forgive your mistake.
    xsf 3* should be really good quality balls(not sure about the xsf non 3* training balls), I am looking for 300+ balls for multi ball training, getting all 300 balls 3* might be a little bit expensive? any recomendation?

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    I've been using the GAMBLER 40+ POLY MULTI & ROBOT BALLS for a couple months in my robot and they've been just fine. $21 for 72. Not sure about getting them outside US though.

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    On the same lines, has anybody used the Nittaku J-top plastic balls made in Japan ? Any feedback ...

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