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PostPosted: 13 Dec 2012, 17:01 
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I played with moristo SP how is hammond fa speed? too diferent?


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They are different slightly.
1) Moristo is made from Germany Tensor technology while Hammond is made from Japan IE technology.
2) the pips size of Moristo is larger than that of Hammond.
3) the pips of Moristo is closer than that of Hammond.

So,
1) Moristo is more like inverted rubber.
2) the spin of Moristo is stronger
3) the sinking effect of Moristo is weeker depending on the power of the player.
4) the speed of Hammond is higher.
5) the ball trajectory of Hammond is more direct.

Conclusion: Moristo is more situation for FH with power smash. Hammond FA speed is more suitable for shakehander BH. but, i also interests to use Moristo in my BH. :lol:


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Johnny1996 wrote:
They are different slightly.
1) Moristo is made from Germany Tensor technology while Hammond is made from Japan IE technology.
2) the pips size of Moristo is larger than that of Hammond.
3) the pips of Moristo is closer than that of Hammond.

So,
1) Moristo is more like inverted rubber.
2) the spin of Moristo is stronger
3) the sinking effect of Moristo is weeker depending on the power of the player.
4) the speed of Hammond is higher.
5) the ball trajectory of Hammond is more direct.

Conclusion: Moristo is more situation for FH with power smash. Hammond FA speed is more suitable for shakehander BH. but, i also interests to use Moristo in my BH. :lol:


why hammond wouldnt be good for cpen? is it hard to control?


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Hammond fa speed can be regarded as a good control SP. But, Moristo SP is better in term of control and stability. Since the power of FH smash is larger than BH, the stability will be lower if u maximize yr power in FH smash. it is better that u use controllable SP in FH.


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Johnny1996 wrote:
Hammond fa speed can be regarded as a good control SP. But, Moristo SP is better in term of control and stability. Since the power of FH smash is larger than BH, the stability will be lower if u maximize yr power in FH smash. it is better that u use controllable SP in FH.


paddle palace got moristo sp only in max is there any place in US that sells 2.1mm'


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Here is our review of Nittaku Moristo SP: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=krTbdwXnjJw

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Another great video Croudy. Thanks. I don't play short pips but nevertheless enjoyed this video as much as the others. Great pimple playing skills on display (as always). :up:


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