[Hardness] Medium hardness
[Performance] Control and Spin are excellent.
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Reviews of MAGIC WALL. Players who use Racket evaluate various points such as hardness, momentum, weight, item by item to worry, and feel at impact thoroughly.
- Chinese pen
- Wood, Other, 5 ply wood
Beginner cutman （Experience：Less than a year） Pen grain dedicated racket
All the technology needed for pen particles can be done.
Glass is very easy to use because it contains absorbent material
It was a surprise that the attack technology was easy to do despite the absorption material
However, it is not recommended that everyone is easy to use, so it is recommended for intermediate to advanced users.
For beginners, Andro's timbre 5 DEF and TSP's Brockman 2 are recommended.
Overall10/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control10 Touch10 Hardness Little soft
Cutman A （Experience：More than ２０ years） The best, but ...
F: Hexa power grip, B: Daiwei 388D-1 Quattro Allround sponge thickness 0.5mm
た I loved the racket I've used the most. It is very easy to put cuts, tsutsuki and cut blocks. The change seems to be the best class as a racket for cutting.
I think that playing when attacking depends on the rubber, but it's relatively good.
I think that the drive is also a good racket for cutting.
So, if there is nothing, it is one of the best rackets for cutting, but unfortunately it is easy to break. Even if I did not hit it, it broke normally if I wiped the rubber.
初 め て This is the first time you have broken. Even though the racket I used so far did not break even if it hit a person.
I repaired the broken part with a woodwork bond. As a result, it seemed to be able to adhere well, and I am currently using it normally. Maybe it's stronger than it was. Now, if it breaks again, consider another racket.
The overall rating was 8 because it broke. 10 if not broken.
Manufacturers want to improve on this point. If this improves, I'll buy another one as a spare.
Overall8/10 Speed5 Spin8 Control9 Touch8 Hardness little hard
Recommended rubber (Forehand) HEXER POWERGRIP
Super heterogeneous attack type （Experience：２〜３ years） Interesting combination
F: Galaxy: Super Kim B: Material Specialist: Scandal. The front team is difficult to process. The middle team to the rear team are easy to handle. Especially the backcut. The fore contains a drive. (The front team rarely enters.) The front team's attack cannot be scored unless it is smashed. I think that if the front team becomes stronger, I can win. Great for doubles.
Overall8/10 Speed4 Spin7 Control9 Touch6 Hardness little hard
Zeroen （Experience：４〜５ years） Break
The performance of the racket itself was very good and I was satisfied.
The shot feel is soft ... it doesn't affect the hand. Is it thanks to the absorber cross?
At the time of attack, moderate speed comes out, and when cutting or blocking, it stops firmly. Especially when cutting, you can return the ball that has been cut low.
If you don't get used to it, it will be shallow, but if you practice there you can get a sense.
So, the biggest drawback of this racket is that it is really brittle.
I hit it hard! It breaks even if it is not.
Especially when a tree has absorbed sweat, it can be broken just by driving.
It's a racket that you don't want to use too much for middle and high school students, even if you can afford it.
Since it is not a cheap racket, it costs about 10,000 yen again if broken.
Overall10/10 Speed5 Spin8 Control9 Touch7 Hardness Soft
Cutman 3 （Experience：More than ２０ years） It is an interesting racket.
Comment as a cutman. Kyo Leopard NEO3 is pasted on the fore side, and Glass Detex 0.5mm is pasted on the back side. Both rubbers are relatively easy to bounce, but the cut ball fits deep in the base for fun. I think that the suppression is effective because there is a special material in the racket. On the other hand, if you attack, it will bounce well, which makes it strange. It takes time to get used to, but I feel that it is a good racket for a cutman who wants to both attack and defend. By the way, when I put a thin Tachynes chop on the back surface, it is good because the processing on the table stops short, but the cut from a distant position does not cross the net. If you are in the main battle of the cut, I think that you should choose a rubber with good momentum.
Overall8/10 Speed8 Spin8 Control7 Touch7 Hardness little hard
page There is also an attack power
I tried to see what kind of effect would come out with very thin back face. Naturally it is easy to cut,
It is easy to enter the opponent's court, but the special mention is the attack power.
It's very easy to cut and rewind. Even if it's extremely thin and it's down backwards, there's one shot of rewinding
It does not go bankrupt and it stabs in the opponent coat strictly.
Forehand drive can be well referenced with Rosena. Thin, thick, slightly hard baked grille
Why, it seems that the rotation is also enough, it can be bent consciously, and if it gets out of the impact, it seems to be attenuated and stretched after bounding
I can hit a knuckle drive. This damping adjustment may be the power of the absorber. Takigami flicks, Tsutsuki is very fun
Overall9/10 Speed8 Spin10 Control9 Touch10 Hardness Little soft
Recommended rubber (Forehand) ROZENA
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