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Nittaku Revofusion 8.5 MF P Jp.Pen


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Number of Layers : 1
approximate weight (g) : 80
Blade Type : OFF+
thickness (mm) : 8.5
The Nittaku Revofusion J.pen blade is made from kiso hinoki wood. It is a multifunctional blade that works well with multiple playing styles. The headsize is 162x128mm. This blade is made in Japan.

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18/12/2018 Comparing this with Sou MF P Review by Hil

Just a recreational player here and would like to share my experience having bought both both Revofusion MF P & Sou MF P. I have no ranking to speak of.

Revofusion MF P:
Heavier - 82g blade only; 164g with Kokutaku BLütenkirsche 868 on both sides. Blade is also 1mm thicker than Sou MF P.
Stiffer feel than Sou MF P as Revofusion is 3 ply while Sou MF P is single ply.

Sou MF P:
Lighter - 64g blade only; 145g with Kokutaku BLütenkirsche 868 on both sides.
Softer feel than Revofusion MF P with a familiar single ply Hinoki feeling when compared with my older Butterfly Senkoh 1 & Nittaku EERU which both had BH rubber too. (Sorry, really can't afford any high end JPen to add a BH rubber) Soft 1 ply wood, I accidentally snip off a little bit when I was trimming the new rubber with a pair of scissors -_-

As a recreational player learning JPEN RPB, I find myself using Sou mainly, more so than Revofusion. Though Revofusion seems to have more power/speed on FH swing, I find myself being tired after an hr but with the Sou, I was able to play for 2hrs consistently and better player reactions due to the lighter Sou setup. Both Revofusion & Sou seems to block the same on traditional BH.

The cork grip on the handle is thicker & harder on Revofusion & stays in good shape during initial testing of both setups. The cork grip on the Sou is more comfortable due to being softer but starting to show compressed spot after using them for the same hours for the 1st week.

Having tried both, IF I am allowed to purchase only 1 of these, I will go for the Sou MF P & hope Nittaku would had made both cork grips the same as Revofusion.

Hope these helps someone who wasn't sure which MF P to purchase.
Nittaku Revofusion 8.5 MF P Jp.Pen