flared handles

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flared handles in Detail

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THESE flared HANDLE SHAPES ARE AVAILABLE FOR CHOICE

We currently have 4 straight handle shapes in our range, which can be freely combined with each other until the handle fits your hand perfectly. Each of these shapes is available in two lengths and two thicknesses, so you can customise your handle down to the last detail. In the configurator, you can choose from 14 different materials that differ in appearance and weight. Have fun combining ­čśë

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FORM K1

K1 is a very classic flared handle shape, which is nicely rounded on both sides and which can be easily combined with all other handle shapes. This shape comes closest to the usual standard handles and is used in the table tennis blades of our BASIC series.

Flared handle K1 for individual table tennis blades made in Germany by Soulspin

structure

  • symmetrical handle
  • rounded on both sides
  • completely free of disturbing edges

properties

  • lies firmly and securely in the hand
  • supports any kind of racket position
  • prevents the blade from slipping out of the hand

cONFIGURATION

  • can be used on both sides
  • can be easily combined with all other flared shapes
  • with simultaneous use on forehand and backhand you get a beautifully rounded handle

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FORM K2

K2 is an asymmetrical handle with ball grinding. The handle runs flat to the bottom left. This results in a large and beautiful smooth contact surface for the ball of the hand. There are no disturbing edges and therefore no more pressure points. Due to the ball grinding, K2 is particularly suitable for use on the backhand. However, if you want more space for your fingers, you can also use K2 very well on the forehand. K2 on forehand and backhand simultaneously makes a popular 'propeller handle'.

Infographic flared handle K2 for table tennis blades made in Germany by soulspin

structure

  • asymmetrical grip with ball grinding
  • gently runs out to the left at the lower end
  • completely free of disturbing edges

properties

  • lies firmly and securely in the hand
  • supports any kind of racket position
  • pressure points and blisters are avoided
  • good for fast turning

cONFIGURATION

  • K2 is very popular on the backhand
  • use K2 on forehand if you need a lot of space for your fingers
  • K2 on fore- and backhand makes a 'propeller handle' (see rear view below)
  • good combination possibilities are K1 + K2 and K3 + K2
  • also available as left-handed handle - here the ball grinding runs exactly mirror-inverted from top left to bottom right

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FORM K3

K3 is a symmetrical handle with hollow grinding. In the side view you can see that there is a slight depression in the middle of the handle. This recess offers extra space for the fingers and provides a firm and secure hold. Since this shape has been optimized for the forehand, we advise against using it on the backhand.

Flared racket handle K3 for individual table tennis blades made in Germany by Soulspin

structure

  • symmetrical handle with hollow grinding
  • slight depression in the middle of the handle
  • completely free of disturbing edges

properties

  • the fingers are embedded in a hollow
  • extra space for the fingers
  • lies firmly and securely in the hand
  • supports any kind of racket position

cONFIGURATION

  • K3 should only be used on the forehand
  • K3 on the forehand in combination with K4 on the backhand results in a particularly ergonomic grip that adapts ideally to the whole hand

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FORM K4

K4 is a symmetrical handle shape with a pronounced circular grinding. The strong rounding fills the entire palm of the hand well and ensures a secure hold. In combination with K3 on the forehand, you get a wonderfully ergonomic handle that adapts well to the whole hand. If you use K4 on the forehand and backhand at the same time, you get a particularly strong and round handle.

Tischtennisschl├Ąger mit konkavem Griff K4

structure

  • symmetrical handle with pronounced rounding on both sides
  • completely free of disturbing edges

properties´╗┐

  • curvature adapts very well to the palm of the hand
  • well suited for players who prefer a strong round grip
  • lies firmly and securely in the hand
  • supports any kind of racket position

cONFIGURATION

  • can be used on both sides
  • K4 on forehand and backhand at the same time gives a nice round and strong handle
  • K4 on the backhand in combination with K3 on the forehand results in a particularly ergonomic handle that adapts ideally to the complete hand

straigth handles

Form G3

Gerade Griff-Form G3 f├╝r angepasste Schl├Ągergriffe beim Tischtennisholz

 

Form G7

Griffform G7 f├╝r angepasste Tischtennisschl├Ąger Griffe