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Nice looking blades... not sure if you can see the lights in a well lit room though, and most proper table tennis rooms need to be well lit.
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That will be great with some fluorescent rubbers, green and yellow, now that they are legal, and LOTs of "black lights" in the gym's ceiling. Great idea for a "pimp my bat" show on National Geographic!

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If you want to know the function of this racket, watch this video.

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Oh that's cool. When I saw the OP only, I thought it was just a fancy light. But it's cool if it has the ability to record data like that. Would be interesting to see the stats of pro players on it.
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Right. This blade acquires your swing data and store it in the cloud.

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hmm only issue i see would be the durability of the electronics on the handle. Wouldn't the constant swinging affect the inside parts? 
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The original purpose of this is to supply this device to the racket manufacturer. 
It's a bit of a setback because I couldn't participate in the international exhibition because of the corvid 19. The durability you mentioned is secured by attaching a cushion tape inside.


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Originally posted by mickd mickd wrote:

Oh that's cool. When I saw the OP only, I thought it was just a fancy light. But it's cool if it has the ability to record data like that. Would be interesting to see the stats of pro players on it.

Yes, me too. Pretty cool that you can view stats on your phone via an app.
The weight range is 180g to 410g, which I assume is without rubbers... that's a little heavy if you want to simulate real strokes.


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Hi,

Used properly, this has significant potential to be a valuable tool.  It parallels the technology developments in golf, which are growing in much popularity among professionals.

Any information available on purchasing these blades?

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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote anubhav1984 Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09/25/2020 at 9:40pm
Wow. This is some impressive use of technology here. Can't wait to see it in action. 
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Look at this below picture. 
Most rackets weigh between 82 and 87 grams.




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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote DonnOlsen Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09/27/2020 at 8:03am
Hi,

I asked my Korean friend to investigate this device in the Korean market.

Found is that, in U.S. dollars, is a cost of $255.

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Thank you for your great interest in Choreiking.
I'm Korean. I really love table tennis. 
I've been preparing this for four years. 
I've been asked so many questions about how to buy. 
For now, the only way you guys put it in my account is by yourself. 
If you want to purchase like this, please request an invoice in my email([email protected]).
I'm working on posting this product on Amazon from today.
It will probably be sold on Amazon from next month.
Finally, it is completely Korean product.



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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote AcudaDave Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09/28/2020 at 10:40am
So I can put rubber on this blade and it will play/feel like a normal blade? One problem I have is I close my angle too much on the backswing then have to open it quickly just before making contact with the ball. Will this actually show this in my swing?
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Also, from the pics, it seems like the blade is a ZLC composite. Is that correct? If yes, which ZLC does it resemble in its playing characteristics? Anything from the butterfly range that you can compare it to?

One more feedback - is there a possibility of including the same tech in, say, the form of a grip that one can add to their existing blade setup?

I think that would expand the reach and use of this product technology fast more instead of restricting/locking people to this specific blade. Thoughts? 
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This Choreking has the same composition as Zhang jike.
The difference is a little larger in size, so the Sweetspot is larger than Zhang jike's.
Choreiking's repusion is greater than Zhang jike's in the repulsion force .
You can see from the comparison video below.


You can set a swing tracker on your racket.
You have to work hard to do it manually.
In my case, I did it by hand for the first time and it took about 20 minutes.

First of all, it will be supplied to the racket makers and mounted on their brand.
In Korea, individuals are trying to sell these swing tractors so they can install them themselves.
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Originally posted by gogotak gogotak wrote:

Look at this below picture. 
Most rackets weigh between 82 and 87 grams.



Ok, I was going by the description, which said 180g to 410g. Perhaps the above is without the circuitry?
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This is the product you mentioned. It's a swing training racket, but it has a weight inside, so it controls the weight by putting it in and out.


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 Listen to my voice in the video below please.

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