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adidas launches first-ever table tennis range

For the first time in the brand’s history, adidas has launched a complete table tennis product range for private and professional use.

The new range includes indoor and outdoor tables, four types of bats, two editions of table tennis balls and a wide range of accessories.

adidas has invested significantly in the research and development of the materials and design in order to offer a high-end and compact table tennis product line. All types of players are catered for with a selection of products offering outstanding quality, design and functionality.

The indoor table stands out due to its high level of stability, rigidity and long life span. Broad profiled frames ensure maximum protection for the playing surfaces and prevent temperature affected damage. The tables
come with a newly developed grey playing surface, which is glare free due to an innovative coating method – so neither natural nor artificial light is reflected by the surface and does not affect play.

The outdoor table is additionally equipped with UV protection so the table does not fade in heavy sunlight.

All adidas table tennis tables have a safe fold and latch mechanism and can be easily transported and stored. The tables also have ideal bouncing properties to offer a high degree of gaming enjoyment to suit every level of ability.

The new adidas range facilitates brilliant ball control that allows recreational players to feel like a table tennis pro. The newly developed ‘rebound factor’ from adidas establishes precision where playing quality and convenience are concerned. The rebound factor is determined by two different components – the rebound property of the ball and the surface coating.

There are four different types of bats for private use – Rookie, Club, Tour Core and Tour Carbon. Three of the four bats feature International Table Tennis Federation approved surfaces and are thus approved for use in club or official tournaments.

In addition, adidas enters the market with two different editions of ball (Stripes and Competition) and two sets (bats and balls: Set Team and Set Comp).

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