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Nittaku Miyabi

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Number of Layers : 1
approximate weight (g) : 85
Blade Type : OFF+
thickness (mm) : 9
The Nittaku Miyabi is made with only one allwood ply. This is a fast blade with a soft feel. This unique, soft feeling is provided by the Kiso Hinoki wood that is used in its construction. Made in Japan.

Customer Reviews

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07/02/2019 Good blade Review by marco magrini
Ottimo telaio ,legno giovane ma non pesante, mi piace molto
12/01/2018 Looks like very soft Review by Hon Kau Ip
This is not made from top quality wood but still good! It looks very soft and easy to damage.
18/07/2017 Best Blade ever Review by Mohammed
I have tried many blades but cannot compare any blade with Miyabi as it is really a great blade am having more achievement than ever.
19/10/2016 very good Review by Nilton Silva
very good
20/07/2016 Pretty good, not sure if it's the 'perfect' blade for me. Review by PY
I originally bought one for my dad, who wanted to find a pure Hinoki blade. After he started using it, he was raving about how good it was, and suggested I buy one for myself. I bought one, and it felt pretty natural when I first played matches with it. I got used to it pretty quickly. The blade is lightweight, good control, not that fast, and has a strange feeling sweetspot near the head on the backhand. I'm not sure if this is "the blade" for me, but I'm playing with it with no complaints. I switched from a Butterfly Viscaria.
25/12/2014 a powerful blade with great feeling Review by Tory Vanderwall
the first ball i hit with this bat it felt totally different to any other blade i'v used before. Such a soft feel to it makes it easy to control the ball in close but with an attacking stroke it catapults with unexpected power. Feels nice in the hand too, lighter than other bats but thicker and easy to use your wrist
29/11/2013 ok but ! Review by andry johnson
The properties of blade is OK but there is too much vibration. I can't use it.
Nittaku Miyabi