How to choose a table tennis bat?

Before making a decision, it is important to determine the level at which our skills are. Beginner bats are slower and easier to handle. Experienced players opt for fast bats that provide significantly less control.


When it comes to table tennis bats, we are talking about speed, ball rotation and control. These are expressed on a scale of 10 to 100. The higher the number, the better the property. 


Coating thickness

We recommend that beginners choose the thinnest coating possible. The tread won't catch fast hits, but it will give you more control. For beginners, the hill should have 1-1,5 mm thick coating. Depending on experience you can choose thicker coating, but not at the start. The thicker the coating, the harder the hits, but the control decreases. Intermediate players are recommended to choose coating with a thickness of 1.6-1.8 mm. For experienced players, the ideal thickness is between 1.9 and 2.1 mm.

Shape of the handle

The choice of handle shape can affect your playing style and grip, which is why we recommend following your instincts. In our stores, we offer table tennis clubs with a concave handle shape, which is characterized by a wider end, and clubs with an anatomical handle shape.