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      Player Equipment in 2020 China super league

      Found this doing casual window shopping:
      https://www.prott.vip/Product-Detail...oductcode=equi
















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      That person running prott is doing a great job, giving us a real insight on what the Chinese National Team really uses.

      Guess he/she priced it that high, because it isn't an actual product to sell, just like information to give to people who visit his site. It may also drive people to buy the gear listed on the site (since it seems like he/she sells almost everything in those pictures)

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      Quote Originally Posted by SpinSquid View Post
      That person running prott is doing a great job, giving us a real insight on what the Chinese National Team really uses.

      Guess he/she priced it that high, because it isn't an actual product to sell, just like information to give to people who visit his site. It may also drive people to buy the gear listed on the site (since it seems like he/she sells almost everything in those pictures)
      I have purchased literally dozens of shirts from them. Great quality and super cheap ($8-$10). I haven’t bought any equipment though...

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      Kuba Hajto is offline
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      Quote Originally Posted by SpinSquid View Post
      That person running prott is doing a great job, giving us a real insight on what the Chinese National Team really uses.

      Guess he/she priced it that high, because it isn't an actual product to sell, just like information to give to people who visit his site. It may also drive people to buy the gear listed on the site (since it seems like he/she sells almost everything in those pictures)
      Yes, he is too lazy to implement a blog, so he used product with no stock and stupid value. It works though.

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      It seems that the prott has added new player equipment to the product page.

      It is now showing Ma Long's equipment. The original product page did not have Ma Long's equipment.

      I believe the owner is updating the product page as the owner is able to get more information about player rackets.

      On another note, it seems like many of the Chinese National Team use a W968 blade, but different versions of it? According to the product page, Ma Long uses No.2, while someone like Ding Ning uses No.1

      I wonder what the difference is...

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      Kuba Hajto is offline
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      Quote Originally Posted by SpinSquid View Post
      It seems that the prott has added new player equipment to the product page.

      It is now showing Ma Long's equipment. The original product page did not have Ma Long's equipment.

      I believe the owner is updating the product page as the owner is able to get more information about player rackets.

      On another note, it seems like many of the Chinese National Team use a W968 blade, but different versions of it? According to the product page, Ma Long uses No.2, while someone like Ding Ning uses No.1

      I wonder what the difference is...
      I have sent an inquiry about that to shop owner. But I guess that those players play with those blades, because they got few of them and picked that one as their favorite.

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      Quote Originally Posted by Kuba Hajto View Post
      I have sent an inquiry about that to shop owner. But I guess that those players play with those blades, because they got few of them and picked that one as their favorite.
      Please let us know your findings!

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      That's quite interesting.

      I wonder how many No. 1 or No. 2 blades are produced in each batch of W968s. I'm also curious about how DHS judges what is considered No. 1 or No. 2. I'm assuming the quality control/checking would be really meticulous, considering these are the blades used by the Chinese National Team.

      Those blades are a cool $1000 on prott. That's a huge ouch on the wallet.

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      Kuba Hajto is offline
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      Quote Originally Posted by SpinSquid View Post
      That's quite interesting.

      I wonder how many No. 1 or No. 2 blades are produced in each batch of W968s. I'm also curious about how DHS judges what is considered No. 1 or No. 2. I'm assuming the quality control/checking would be really meticulous, considering these are the blades used by the Chinese National Team.

      Those blades are a cool $1000 on prott. That's a huge ouch on the wallet.
      I think that going for No.2 or No.1 is going to be overkill, I personally consider myself as an intermediate++, so I think that any National will be too good for me. Due to my profession, I will probably receive this as a referal fee in next months. I won't be able to play it any time soon though due to an injury

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      Quote Originally Posted by Kuba Hajto View Post
      I think that going for No.2 or No.1 is going to be overkill, I personally consider myself as an intermediate++, so I think that any National will be too good for me. Due to my profession, I will probably receive this as a referal fee in next months. I won't be able to play it any time soon though due to an injury
      PROTT has these two version that look promising:

      https://www.prott.vip/Product-Detail...e=OFFICIALW968
      https://www.prott.vip/Product-Detail...code=2020W968L

      I agree that a No. 1 or No. 2 W968 blade is overkill. Those blades are probably better suited for top-level/professional players.

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      I was told that Provincial is a bit a different beast. It has a bit different properties. Can't tell much, since I myself hasn't tried it yet.

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      I also made an inquiry regarding Xu Xin’s backhand rubber asking if the sponge was a DHS NEO sponge (dense and firm) or more of an elastic sponge like TinArc or Skyline 3-60. The response was that it is more elastic than a NEO sponge.


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      And... what booster do they use ?

      Funny enough: this website used to sell a "previous version of Haifu previous version Oil currently used by Chinese National Athletes" ... custom booster out of stock of course hehe.

      2009 version lol

      https://www.prott.vip/Product-Detail...=HFNatOil250ml

      When China cheats, they always want to make you sure you could still trust their good faith

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