[Hardness] Little soft
[Performance] Control and Spin are excellent.
Averages reviews points
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- 165 × 155mm
- Five wood
Fukutaka Anyway stability
I think that it is a classic racket for the cut main battle type. There is anyway a sense of stability. Settle for observe, it is the racket of settle for attacking. Because the grip is also a good racket balanced there is a center of gravity in the well tip also grip comfort in short, it is a racket that I want to use it at a time to cut main battle type.
Overall15/15 Speed8 Spin12 Control15 Touch13 Hardness Little soft
Name withheld by request Anyway it is amazing
The most amazing thing is that it is easy to control as well.
There is also stability of the cut, but the stability power when it comes out to attack is also not good enough.
Overall12/15 Speed7 Spin10 Control13 Touch11 Hardness Little soft
Minami 303 （Experience：Less than a year） It is okay
Personally I do not like it much like it is easy to grasp grips and short cuts are easy to suppress
Overall14/15 Speed12 Spin13 Control14 Touch11 Hardness Little soft
Minato （Experience：３〜５ years） One of the royal roads
Of course not only is it easy to handle Taishi techniques and cuts, as there is moderate momentum at the time of attack, the power also comes out so much. Since switching of offense is quite easy, I think that the basic is a perfect racket for a style man who firmly strikes when striking while fighting the main spindle.
Overall15/15 Speed12 Spin14 Control14 Touch13 Hardness Little soft
Doko cut man （Experience：５〜１０ years） It is slightly different from Matsushita Pro model
I compared it with Matsushita Pro model.
Matsushita Pro: VIC Matsushita
Drive 80/100> 50/100
Tsukki 80/100 <90/100
Cut 90/100 <95/100
Stability 85/100 <95/100
Ease of grip 100/100> 80/100
Durability 60/100 <90/100 For durability, the durability is high.
Shot feel 100/100> 70/100
Hitting sound 100/100> 50/100
Ballistic Matsushita Pro cuts in a straight line, but VIC Matsushita is similar to Shibuya pro model and it becomes a fluffy orbit.
Overall15/15 Speed11 Spin14 Control14 Touch8 Hardness Little soft
Ikuya Tokuya （Experience：Less than a year） Racket to the person who started cutting
Table tennis history cut is super amateur of four months. This racket gives something like a drive from cuts and cuts that are stable to such amateurs. It was easy for amateurs to enter seeds thanks to that. It is a racket that I would like to recommend to those who are trying to become cut man from now and those who are thinking of becoming a cutman from a drive man.
Overall14/15 Speed11 Spin13 Control15 Touch10 Hardness Little soft
Aqours （Experience：３〜５ years）
It is exactly the racket that I was pursuing! Because it is a racket for cutting, of course, it is good as well as defense, and it is unusual to do for cutting and the speed also comes out considerably! It is a racket that feels good to attack and protect it!
Overall15/15 Speed14 Spin14 Control13 Touch12 Hardness Little soft
Recommended rubber (Backhand) Tackiness Chop II
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