Zhang Jike ALC
[Hardness] Little hard
[Performance] Speed and Spin are excellent.
Averages reviews points
A model with Arylate-Carbon, which makes the high reaction and control possible; it is recommended for the player who seeks a balanced powerful attack while maintaining ease of use.
- Product code
- 157 × 150mm
- Five ants rate carbon (Wood, ALC, 7 ply wood)
raccoon （Experience：２〜３ years） Perfect for your ideals! Verified Purchase
The grip is characteristic and fits very well in the hand.
It has an outer momentum, so it fits well with adhesive rubber.
Also, it looks cool, so I think it won't hurt to buy it.
Overall10/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control9 Touch10 Hardness little hard
katsuo000_2 （Experience：More than ２０ years） The royal road and the best! Speed and stability of the arch line!
88g in FL. Currently main and formerly Zhang Jike ZLC.
1. Stronger arc than ZLC! 2. The shot feeling and operability are similar to ZLC. Hold it firmly because it is soft! 3. Especially the backhand is good and you can feel the ball holding!
In ZLC, I chose loop drive for a half-long ball with a lower rotation, but I like the fact that it is easier to power drive a half-long lower rotation because it draws a stronger arch line than ZLC. Compared to ZLC, it has a ball holding and the blade thickness is thick, so you can get a long distance, power and rotation, and you can feel like 7 plywood. Overall, the speed of the ball has slowed down.
Compared to Timothy, it doesn't play, you can hold the ball firmly, and you can feel the good center of gravity of the grip.
Compared to Stradivarius, there are few strange over mistakes, and I feel the difference due to the difference in composition (Aramid carbon with Ause as an adjunct, ALC and Limba's Zhang Jike ALC). I think that Zhang Jike ALC is preferred by more advanced people.
The disadvantage is still the royal road, so is it difficult to differentiate from other players?
We also review it on our blog, so please refer to it.
Overall9/10 Speed8 Spin9 Control9 Touch10 Hardness little hard
Current junior high school student （Experience：２〜３ years） Very good
Actually, I was using Glazer for the foreground and Glaser 09c for the back, but that wasn't an option, so I substituted it with the Glazer series, which is similar to the Dignics series. (Currently used rubber)
It has great momentum and a lot of rotation, so even if a ball comes in that is deep and seems to be sinking, just a simple wave of your hand will bring it up.
Overall10/10 Speed9 Spin10 Control9 Touch10 Hardness Little soft
Nostalgic table tennis （Experience：６〜１０ years） Standard racket
This racket is a standard Viscaria racket, and has a well-balanced bouncy performance.
Compared to other rackets I've used, the drive and meat techniques were easy to perform, and there were no particularly difficult techniques.
Also, the FL grip is easy to hold and is recommended for those looking for a thicker grip. It is also suitable as an introduction to special materials.
Compared to the inner ZLC, the shot feel is softer and the ball retention is almost the same. However, because of the special material, the ball leaves the ball faster than clippers or acoustics. If you hit with a weak force, the outer ALC will fly farther, but if you hit with a strong force, there is not much difference. The ball flight of the inner ZLC changes depending on the force, but this racket flies stably.
The drawback is that ball retention is poor due to the special outer material. If you are not looking for speed, we recommend choosing an inner racket.
Overall9/10 Speed10 Spin8 Control7 Touch9 Hardness hard
Table tennis is a divine sport （Experience：４〜５ years） Too high performance
Average weight of FL 87g.
This is a comparison with Tomokazu Harimoto Inner Force Layer ALC, which I used last time.
・It flies because it is an outer racket, but it holds the ball pretty well (it's easy to play on the table as well). You can hit a heavy ball with light force, but if you are not aware of the rotation, over-misses will be noticeable.
・If you want to fly too much with this racket, we recommend an inner type.
・I think the rubber used is hard, but if you don't shake it properly, it will turn into a ball making machine. Maybe the rubber is important.
3. Easy to swing!
・The shape of the grip suited me and it was very easy to hold. The blade was smaller than the Harimoto ALC, making it easier to swing. (Especially the back feels good)
・Since the rubber is also a Butterfly racket, we recommend Butterfly rubber.
・I felt it was best for intermediate to advanced users. I think it is hard and difficult for beginners to fly.
Overall9/10 Speed10 Spin8 Control7 Touch8 Hardness little hard
SPO 30 （Experience：４〜５ years） Best Blade
This blade is perfect for Speed, Control, spin, block and Smash. Perfect for loop,
About the Rubber, it worked very well with Dignics 05 or Dignics 90c
FH and BH has improves a lot and winning a lot of game.
Overall10/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control10 Touch10 Hardness Little soft
Dai-chan junior high school teacher （Experience：１１〜２０ years） college buddy
It may be individual difference, but I feel like I can grab the ball compared to Biscaria and other ALC. But it's tough for me who haven't practiced. I can hit the drive comfortably, but the technique used in the game does not fit at all.
Tsutsuki and stop are floating, and the game is nothing but anxiety. I could use it when I was practicing in college, but it is impossible for a member of society to use this level of racket.
Since the rotation performance is outer carbon, it is very difficult to apply
Speed is moderate in carbon system
Practice is really fun, games are scary
It is such a racket.
Overall8/10 Speed8 Spin6 Control6 Touch8 Hardness little hard
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