Handmade Tabletennis blades
We use premium, hand selected wooden material to build high quality, professional blades representing the art of blade making and playing table tennis.
From 2018 we have been working with this material to mix the heritage with the modern materials and the OSP advantages with composites. In 2020 we are ready.
all blades Plastic ball ready
With the special 2020 laminating process and veneer design not only the latest but ALL OSP BLADES provide higher spin on seemed and seemless plastic balls and cooperates the poly-ball-ready rubbers extremely well.
Flared handle is a classic table tennis blade handle. It is for spin offensive to allroundforehand orientated players.
Rounded straight handle is for players who do hold the blade flexible and the ratio of forehand and backhand is average.
This is our conical handle type. Popular among backhand orientated players because add a bit more power for wrist movement.
Square straight hadle is for the players who are able to play the same from forehend and backhand and need to feel the handles edges for positioning.
Our anatomic handle is for thwe players who like to grip the blade well and need to have the same contact in every single millimeter.
CPEN is not simply a handle in our approach. This is not only a specific way of holding the racket but a playing style that needs different head shape and size.
A longer blade head size results in a higher degree of amplitude—more vibration—and shorter (higher) frequency providing the player with a more balanced blade geared toward a dynamic, mid-distance game for players who favour the BH. A shorter blade head results in a lower degree of amplitude—a stiffer feel, less vibration—and a lower frequency effect to suit close to the table style, FH orientated players. For example, our Virtuoso and Virtuoso+ models used with heavier rubbers would work better with a S or M blade head size due to:
- the shorter head reducing weight
- suitability for close to the table Chinese style play
- allowing rapid return of blade from a raised position to neutral for better, quicker counterattacking
The L size blade head is ideal for distance play, particularly using Chinese rubbers because it retains the power that might be lost through the tackiness of the rubbers. Away from the table with Chinese rubbers, stroke angles are different and large movements are required to generate power. For this, our Ultimate blade is the perfect choice and we have created the S,M and L versions of the Virtuoso family of blades so that you can experience the power and feeling of the Virtuoso blade no matter what style you play or what rubbers you use.
Available head sizes are shown on the product pages
All models are J.T.T.A.A. certified
Our blades’s datasheets
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We make it green
As a creator and artist, we know that we obligated to maintain the cycle of live as much we can. We realize human and Earth must be living in a synergistic combination. Wood as a material is very close to our soul and we appreciate woods so much. We feel we must protect nature as far as we can. We decided to help restoring the world's forests by donating OneTreePlanted organization. This way they can plant 200 trees per year.
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