Nivia hi-grip volleyball cut open quality check
Yes, I cut opened a new Nivia Hi-grip to check its quality. And it is true, not all volleyballs are made the same.
Not all volleyballs are made the same.
Today, I cut open a new Nivia Hi-grip volleyball to check its quality.
But before sharing my findings, I want to compare it with another volleyball.
Because Just yesterday, I sacrificed another volleyball, Nivia Kross world, from the same company.
And I have to say, the things you learn by cutting a product are really interesting.
The panels on the nivia kross world is little spongy, meaning it will feel nice on hands, is more light weight, and will absorb water more if put in wet conditions.
But panels in the Nivia Hi-grip are not spongy, hence little bit thinner but made with harder material. This volleball will be more withstanding in the wet outdoor conditions.
Another thing I learned is the stitching quality details.
Nivia Hi-grip has better stitch quality than nivia, kross world.
So my suggestion is this, if you are buying a volleyball for rough outdoor play, go for Nivia Hi-grip. It will give better accuracy in smashes.
But nivia Kross world has a better feel in hands, Is lighter, and is best for a more relaxed playing experience.
Panel - 18 panel, Size - 4, Bladder Type - Butyl Bladder