KOJI MATSUSHITA OFFENSIVE
[Hardness] Little hard
[Performance] Speed and Spin are excellent.
Averages reviews points
- Product code
- 93g ±
- Wood, 5 ply wood
Flying into a rage （Experience：６〜１０ years） Hard and bouncy good racket
I was surprised too much of the impetus to first hit try. Bounces than bad attack for the racket.
Shot feeling is quite hard, is likely to know the taste.
Performance at the time of the attack is not perfect.
But struggled to control until the cut is get used to, firmly it takes also sufficient rotation to the minute that can have their own swing, you can also absorption velocity of pitching opponent.
If it becomes to spur-of-the-moment or when a little shed swing will flew Innovation pawn ,,
Because his is a cut man of attack generous, I felt that it is very good racket Overall.
Although not recommended for cut beginner, come to those who often style of play to return multiplied by the drive from the middle apse in the way of more than Intermediate
Overall6/10 Speed8 Spin7 Control3 Touch6 Hardness little hard
Kami Tabo （Experience：６〜１０ years）
I put G1 in the forelear on this racket.
Then, although it was a cut man, the drive became faster in the first or second place inside the school.
So, it is a racket that I can not recommend to cut man so much.
Overall10/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control10 Touch10 Hardness Little soft
Recommended rubber (Forehand) Fastarc G-1
Is not it （Experience：６〜１０ years） After all it was impossible (re-review)
Vega in the table is perfect for attack, but when you cut it you can fly only because you fly knuckle, if you shake it will fly absolutely (in my case)
I like the height of the back grain. It absorbs fairly strong hits and returns with a straight line feeling. (There are many straight lines overall)
Also, since I am a super beginner, when I tried to grasp the feeling of cutting with a cut, the ball will fly away, so if you let me start from the beginner's point of view I use it (feeling cutting) I think that it is better then
Once this product is for aggressive cutman. . It is after yeah that it can cut it properly.
As other usage, it is normal to use it as an attack racket. Lol (I am thinking about it)))
Overall5/10 Speed5 Spin5 Control5 Touch5 Hardness little hard
Is not it （Experience：６〜１０ years） Ah ... I will fly. .
Fly. Feint long to backcut 3. I use Vega for the forecut. I am a beginner cutman who started yesterday so I will do a little more and re-review.
For the moment, I would like to use it as an attack racket. That place. .
Overall9/10 Speed10 Spin9 Control9 Touch9 Hardness hard
Recommended rubber (Forehand) Vega Asia
Defenders （Experience：２〜３ years） Racket for modern cutman
It is middle 2 cutman.
I used Mr. Matsushita Koji until now but I wanted to make it an attack-oriented racket.
This racket is hard for the top board, so it's thick and it makes a blow for the cut man.
Drive and smash are important for attacks and their power is amazing. Also, since the ball away quickly, I feel the initial speed faster than Koji Matsushita.
Cut is linear and it is easy to rotate. However, if you eat a power drive, the ball gets flying because the momentum is strong.
Tsutski is also straight, so it is difficult to get used to, but it is easy to get high speed toys and so on when you get used to it.
This racket is recommended for aggressive cut man such as Zhu Akihaku and Muramatsu Yuuto hit if there is a gap.
Overall10/10 Speed9 Spin8 Control7 Touch8 Hardness little hard
Table Tennis Chopper （Experience：４〜５ years） The best one
Both tension rubbers and sticky rubbers are compatible. If it is a tension rubber, it will bounce. I think that it is good to have a soft rubber sponge just because it is difficult to cut a little. When it is a sticky rubber, it is quite difficult to cut it if it is a hard sponge rubber like a leopard. If anything is compatible with grain height. Since it vibrates considerably, you can cultivate the feeling of grasping the ball. It is the best one for me.
Overall10/10 Speed9 Spin5 Control7 Touch10 Hardness little hard
Defenders （Experience：２〜３ years） Attack power not considered to be for cutman
It is middle 2 cutman.
I used Matsushita Koji until now but I bought it because I want to increase the attack power.
Compared to Koji Matsushita, this racket has less feeling of grasping the ball and it is difficult to spin it, but when I got used to it I felt it would take more rotation than Koji Matsushita.
The cut is overcharge or over miss on the net until it gets accustomed by the straight track orbit at the spot. If you get used to it, you can get a low cut with a stubble.
The drive is equal to or higher than the attacking racket. Smash is also fast.
This racket is highly recommended to the cut man who positively attacks if there is a chance like Muromatsu Yuuto or Zujinaka if there is a chance. In addition, I think that the cut man of the middle and advanced experts can derive the merit of this racket than the beginner.
Overall10/10 Speed9 Spin9 Control7 Touch7 Hardness little hard
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