Killerspin Jet 800 Review

Killerspin Jet 800 paddle comes in a high-quality design and is one of the best models from this brand. It comes in a blend of, wood and carbon fibre. The premium wood keeps the blade in control during gameplay. This blade is powerful table tennis equipment and is suited for players who want to play aggressive games.

We will be looking at some of the features that make it one of the best in the market today.

Killerspin Jet 800 Review
Killerspin Jet 800 Review

Features of Killerspin Jet 800

Construction

The Killerspin jet 800 racket is designed with 7 plies of wood combined with two layers of carbon fibre. This blend makes this blade produce very powerful strokes.

This racket comes with a high-speed rating and a fair amount of control. The carbon layers give the racket a large sweet spot for better ball impact. The premium wood used for this model makes it a great blade for offensive play.

Handle

The handle of the blade is flared and it has a comfortable grip. This Killerspin Jet blade is ideal for forehand play and for players who prefer to make powerful shots. The handle fits firmly and won’t slip off. This table tennis blade also comes with wooden tape for a better grip and will prevent the rubbers from peeling.

Rubber

This Killerspin paddle can be paired with the Nitrx- 4z rubber. This rubber was officially approved by the ITTF for this blade. The rugged nature of the rubber makes it easy to play fast-paced games. Using the Nitrx-4Z rubber gives the player advantage because it produces a large number of spins. The Killerspin Jet 800 can execute shots for a block and is very good for counterattacks.  

Play With Killerspin Jet 800

It is a high spin blade and can be used for all types of shots. Since the blade is focused on power, it can produce a powerful serve no matter the angle of play. The blade can also be used for other strokes like a loop, drive and push. This blade gives you an advantage over your opponent because of its powerful strokes.

Pros and Cons

Pros

  • It produces lots of spins.
  • The handle is comfortable.
  • The blade comes in a perfect finish.
  • Wooden tape protects the rubber.

Cons

  • The blade is quite expensive.
  • Can only work for aggressive play.

Killerspin Jet 800 vs Stiga Pro Carbon

Compare Specifications

SpecificationsKillerspin Jet 800Stiga Pro Carbon
Speed9.59.9
Spin9.010.0
Control8.08.0
Blade7-ply wood + 2 carbon fiber5-ply wood + 2 carbon fiber
RubberNitrx-4Z rubberS5 Rubber
Sponge2.0 mm2.0mm
Weight190g165g
GripFLConcave Pro (FL)
Play StyleAggressive attackAggressive attack
ITTF ApprovedYesYes

The Killerspin Jet 800 and Stiga Pro Carbon are similar in terms of their construction.

However, while the Killerspin Jet 800 comes with 7 layers of wood, the Stiga Pro Carbon blade has 5 plies of wood.

The Killerspin Jet paddle is strictly for aggressive play because of its powerful speed but the Stiga blade, though fast is not as powerful as it.

The Killerspin paddle comes with more woody properties and its woody leaves a little vibration when playing.

The Stiga Pro Carbon blade, however, has a more elastic feel and better control than the Killerspin blade.

However, both blades have a large sweet spot and produce high spins. They both have a comfortable handle and are approved for competitions.

The Stiga Pro Carbon blade has a long dwell time and is more suitable for regular gameplay. It is suitable for loopers and produces lots of loops.

Killerspin Jet 800 N1 vs N2

The Killerspin Jet 800 blade comes in two types the N1 and N2 versions. The N2 came as an upgrade for the earlier version and has some differences.

The Jet 800 N1 blade is a super speed blade that packs a lot of power but not as much as the N2.

The N2 is the fastest blade in the Killerspin series. They both have a similar construction with 7 layers of wood and 2 carbon fibres.

The two blades can be used as attacking blades and for aggressive tournaments.

They both have similar weight and control ratings. The two blades are suitable for advanced-level players and beginners.

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