ajey on 1/31/2015
I used nittaku sha 40+ balls for the last month. The ball has no durability at all.
The ball gets cracked as soon as it hits the edge of the racket.
Same is the case with Yinhe 3 star 40+ balls.
WillTeltser on 12/15/2014
I play with a group (55 and over for the most part). We are not the hardest of hitters. Bought a dozen 3-star SHA 40+. Two cracked with less than 12 hours play each. Not acceptable.
PierreAd on 9/6/2014
So far, the best P-balls I've played with. Come very close to the C-ball, no major changes in feeling and behaviour if you play close from the table. If you play far from the table, expect the ball to decelerate a bit more than C-balls, and backspin defense to be less dangerous to your opponent as the ball loses a bit of spin on long trajectories. I'm a topspinner but I had fun with this ball, the spin imparted is still more than decent (compared to other brands P-balls).