The Best Killerspin Ping Pong Tables

Killerspin is a name that is increasingly popping up in table tennis. They produce highly popular rackets such as the Jet 400 and Jet 800, but did you know that they produce a range of other equipment too?

In this post, we are taking a deep dive into Killerspin table tennis table reviews. There’s no denying that they are beautiful to look at. Killerspin ping pong tables are some of the most appealing tables I have seen, but just how well do they function?

Why Choose Killerspin?

Where many brands produce a range of different table tennis tables, Killerspin tables have a universal trait among all of their models: style.

As a luxury brand, they focus on producing tables that look a level above the rest, and we have to say, they never miss the mark. We love the appearance of all their tables and only wish they were cheaper.

If you’re looking for a designer table tennis table to set yourself apart from others, Killerspin is absolutely a brand that can provide for your needs.

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Killerspin Ping Pong Table Reviews

Killerspin MyT 415 Max — Best Overall

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Specifications

  • Color: Vanilla, deep blu, jet black
  • Playing surface: 25 mm
  • Indoor/outdoor: Indoor
  • Weight: 310 lbs
  • Warranty: 1 year

Pros

  • Quality table top
  • Very attractive
  • Strong frame
  • Paddle and ball storage
  • Leg levelers
  • Solo playback mode
  • Custom decal

Cons

  • Heavy
  • Vanilla variant restricts you to orange balls

The MyT 415 Max is easily my favorite Killerspin ping pong table. This is because with it, you get the awesome qualities of the MyT series and a play surface that any professional would be happy to play on. At 25 mm thick, it matches that of tournament tables, so you really can’t make any complaints about the bounce quality. Also, I can’t really criticize it for being too overpriced like the prior models. This is because this version is only a couple of hundred dollars more than the MyT 415X Mega, and the jump from 18 mm to 25 mm is huge! Also, when looking at other brands, this cost is around what you would expect from a table of this pedigree.

Therefore in my eyes, the MyT 415X Max is exactly what I want all Killerspin tables to be: stunning to look at, and amazing to play on. Sadly, many of their other tables only tick the first box.

A quick note before we move on to the next model, and that is regarding the color. While I love the vanilla edition, it’s a terrible mix with white balls — I’m talking unplayable. You’ll have to use orange balls exclusively for this model. If that’s a deal-breaker, I recommend going for the deep blu or jet black version instead.

Killerspin SVR BlackWing — Most Stylish

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Specifications

  • Color: Vanilla, deep blu, jet black
  • Playing surface: 18 mm
  • Indoor/outdoor: Indoor
  • Weight: 297 lbs
  • Warranty: 1 year

Pros

  • Very attractive
  • Paddle and ball storage
  • Leg levelers

Cons

  • Heavy
  • No solo playback mode
  • Expensive
  • Stationary style

The Killerspin SVR BlackWing is another Fibonacci-inspired table tennis table. It sports a distinct steel arc for the legs and has a gorgeous black minimalistic look. Even among Killerspin tables, it’s a beauty, but sadly its performance is not built to match. As a highly expensive table with a very modern design, one would expect top performance, but unfortunately, the BlackWing’s play surface is just 18 mm thick.

This means advanced players will likely want to steer well clear of this model, which is a shame. In my opinion, the BlackWing Killerspin ping pong table is more of a designer piece for fans of interior design. It would make for a great office addition rather than a table for a sports club. This is further reinforced by the fact that it’s a stationary-style table. It doesn’t have any wheels, so moving it around is a real pain!

Besides the attractive undercarriage, there are also a few other features unique to this model. The first is the outward slanted net. I, for one, have never seen this before, and it looks very appealing. Also, there is a built-in drawer for paddles and balls. This differs from the other models with a permanent opening — accessories are always on show. The BlackWing instead conveniently conceals your accessories.

If you’re interested in picking up the Killerspin SVR BlackWing, you have the option to purchase the mega bundle package. This includes 4 paddles, 6 balls, and a table cover on top of the table itself.

Killerspin Revolution Classic SVR — Premium Pick

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Specifications

  • Color: Blue
  • Playing surface: 25 mm
  • Indoor/outdoor: Indoor
  • Weight: 410 lbs
  • Warranty: 1 year

Pros

  • Quality table top
  • Very attractive
  • Leg levelers

Cons

  • Very heavy
  • No solo playback mode
  • Expensive
  • Stationary style

The Revolution Classic SVR Killerspin ping pong table is essentially a more premium version of the SVR BlackWing. It sports a traditional blue table top and measures 25 mm thick rather than 18 mm, making it suitable for high-level play. It looks similar to the kind of table you see used for international events. However, it is not ITTF-approved, but this likely matters very little to most buyers as the quality is there.

Rather, a more negative drawback is the sheer weight and mobility of the table. At a staggering 410 lbs, you won’t find many tables heavier than the Killerspin Revolution Classic SVR. It is also a stationary-style table, so moving it is a pretty difficult task. Killerspin claims it has foldable wheels, but I can’t see these anywhere. This could well be a listing mistake!

There’s also the cost to consider. The Revolution Classic SVR is a designer table, so you are getting superior aesthetics but poor value for money. That being said, if you have a big budget to work with this table looks and performs exceptionally, just like the MyT 415 Max.

Killerspin MyT 415

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Specifications

  • Color: Black, deep blu
  • Playing surface: 16 mm
  • Indoor/outdoor: Indoor
  • Weight: 210 lbs
  • Warranty: 1 year

Pros

  • Very attractive
  • Paddle and ball storage
  • Leg levelers
  • Solo playback mode
  • Custom decal

Cons

  • Thin table top
  • Poor value for money

Kicking off this list, we have Killerspin’s cheapest table. While it is their cheapest, it doesn’t offer great value for money because the table has a thin play surface of just 16 mm. This means the table is only really fitting for beginners, which is rather restrictive.

On the flip side, it is a very attractive-looking table. You can pick it up in either black or deep blu. Like many of Killerspin’s other models, it is inspired by the Fibonacci sequence, otherwise known as the golden ratio. This means that Killerspin uses mathematical principles to make their tables more attractive. We’re not sure how they have employed this. All we know is that the MyT 415 looks damn good! They even give you the option of printing your custom decal on the table, a feature you’ll struggle to find anywhere else.

Another characteristic that sets this model apart from most other table tennis tables is the bat and ball storage. You can fit up to 8 balls and 2 rackets at either end of the table, Now that’s a hell of a lot of storage!

Killerspin MyT 415X Mega

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Specifications

  • Color: Graphite, deep blu
  • Playing surface: 18 mm
  • Indoor/outdoor: Indoor
  • Weight: 220 lbs
  • Warranty: 1 year

Pros

  • Very attractive
  • Strong frame
  • Paddle and ball storage
  • Leg levelers
  • Solo playback mode
  • Custom decal

Cons

  • Poor value for money

The MyT 415X Mega Killerspin table tennis table is a model up on the MyT 415. Being from the same line of tables, it shares a nearly identical design, yet several noteworthy upgrades exist. The first is the thicker play surface. Measuring 18 mm in depth, it has a superior bounce quality to the MyT 415. That being said, it is still fairly average and lags significantly behind bigger table tennis brands. This is unsurprising, given Killerspin focuses more on quality aesthetics than peak performance.

To go with the thicker play surface, the table also has a thicker undercarriage allowing it to take more punishment. You should also notice that the paint job is different. All chrome elements have been removed and replaced with black for a more minimalistic look. The net is also slightly different, and it, too, doesn’t have the standard white strip along the top. Rather it is black for total color coordination.

Finally, there’s the paint job on the table itself to comment on. Available in both graphite and deep blu Killerspin has used more layers of protective UV paint. This provides better shielding from scratches and makes the table less reflective. Nobody likes a glossy table!

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Killerspin MyT7

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Specifications

  • Color: Breeze, BlackStorm
  • Playing surface: 4 mm alu-plastic
  • Indoor/outdoor: Outdoor
  • Weight: 170 lbs
  • Warranty: 1 year

Pros

  • Use indoors or outdoors
  • Paddle and ball storage
  • Leg levelers
  • Solo playback mode

Cons

  • Poor play surface
  • Expensive

Killerspin carries over their minimal look onto the MyT7, the only Killerspin outdoor ping pong table on this list. They have swapped out the ordinary white center and corner lines for a darker shade of blue, giving it a more seamless finish. The MyT7 also has paddle and ball storage like the rest of the MyT7 range. However, with this model, we recommend you don’t leave bats and balls in these compartments if you plan to leave the table outdoors — they will quickly become ruined.

In all honesty, there’s not much to persuade us to prefer the MyT5 over any of the other models discussed thus far. It’s overpriced, the playing surface is remarkably thin at 4 mm (as is always the case with outdoor tables), and while it looks good, it isn’t quite on the same level as the other models.

Therefore the only quality it triumphs over the other tables is the fact that you can use it outdoors. With its powder-coated steel base and alu-plastic surface, you can leave it outdoors all year round with no worries (although we do recommend purchasing a cover). As such, if you’re really short of space, it could be a good option. But if you have room to play indoors, we strongly recommend an indoor model instead.

If you’re interested in learning more about our favorite outdoor tables, give our guide a read.

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Conclusion

That concludes our Killerspin table reviews. While expensive, Killerspin ping pong tables are among the most stylish that you can purchase. So if aesthetics is your top priority, I highly recommend considering one of the tables on this list. Just remember, while almost all Killerspin tables look exceptional, many do not have the performance to match.

That’s why my favorite table they make is the MyT 415 Max. It both looks great and performs great. With its 25 mm thick playing surface, you get tournament-level quality. If, however, you’re not convinced by the MyT415 Max, you might be interested in learning about the best ping pong tables.

FAQs

Are Killerspin Tables Good?

Ping pong tables by Killerspin are a bit of a mixed bag in terms of playing quality. All of their models look amazing, but only some are great to play on. Quite a few of their models are 18 mm or less in thickness which is a little lacking for serious players.

Is Killerspin a Good Brand?

Killerspin is a great table tennis brand. They produce a range of table tennis equipment, and all their gear is very stylish. Remember that they are a premium table tennis company — their equipment is often pretty pricey.

Where Are Killerspin Tables Made?

Killerspin tables are manufactured in China. They are then sent to the company’s distribution center for consumer delivery.

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Alex Horscroft

Freelance writer. Table tennis enthusiast. Lover of all things online. When I’m not working on my loop game I’m probably binge-watching some fantasy show.

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