GEWO Bat CS Energy Carbon
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Table tennis rackets of the extra class for the dedicated and ambitious hobby or club player. Developed by multiple European champion and Olympic medalist Christian Süß. The brand new GEWO POWERSPEED rubber is ITTF approved and, as its name suggests, has plenty of speed...
Table tennis rackets of the extra class for the dedicated and ambitious hobby or club player. Developed by multiple European champion and Olympic medalist Christian Süß. The brand new GEWO POWERSPEED rubber is ITTF approved and, as its name suggests, has plenty of speed.
Christian Süß comments: "The GEWO pad CS ENERGY CARBON is an absolute power pad that is geared for speed and spin, and the pad's elastic and extremely sticky top rubber ensures fast topspins with plenty of spin and speed - I just love this racket excited."
But the highlight of the racket is the wood. The elegant design and the specially selected veneers with two layers of CARBON give the racquet a high rigidity, which leads to a high control of the ball when hit. The SENSETISE-handle-module leaves the racket optimally in the hand. Thanks to the CARBON layers warping of the wood by moisture, etc. is almost impossible.
THE GEWO racket CS ENERGY CARBON is the non-plus ultra for ambitious table tennis players.
, GEWO CS ENERGY CARBON Table tennis rackets with ITTF approved GEWO CS POWER SPEED knobbed interior coverings
, The GEWO CS ENERGY CARBON table tennis racket consists of 5 specially glued plywood veneers.
, Two carbon layers in the wood, no warping of the racket due to moisture, etc.
, The sponge thickness of the GEWO CS ENERGY CARBON table tennis racket is 1.8 mm.
, The GEWO SENSETISE grip system guarantees an intense grip.
, The GEWO CS ENERGY Carbon weighs 185 grams.
, Shapely concave handle design in natural colors
, Developed by Vice World Champion and Olympic medalist Christian Süß