FIRE FALL VC
[Hardness] Little hard
[Performance] Speed and Spin are excellent.
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The Fire Fall VC is a High-Tech product featuring innovative, aerospace-tested carbon technology. In the development of the new high-end blade from the Fire Fall series, the VICTAS material experts aimed at designing the ultimate combination of speed development and control. V-Carbon, one of the hardest and sturdiest carbon fibers in the world, offers exactly these properties. Thanks to this high-tech fiber, the blade has excellent stability, which greatly improves control in extreme situations. With the hardness and power of the V-Carbon fiber combined with five fine wood plies, the Fire Fall VC provides for outstanding acceleration for unlimited creativity and vigor in offensive play. The Fire Fall VC is a real milestone in the field of blade design!
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- Product code
- 157 × 150
- Wood, Other, 7 ply wood
Novice little boy （Experience：４〜５ years） High performance!
I tried with the Vega elite, which has a horrible dread for the "super destructive power", but it is an impression that the speed, initial speed, rotational power, distance and balance are easy to use anyway. I was anxious because your rating was unusually low except for speed, but I think it is a great performance other than speed. I feel a little feeling, but I think it is a spin. The control is not bad either, I'm sure to hit the target. It may be the fastest in Firefall and Quartet. It may be a racket that taste is divided depending on how it strikes and rubber, but it is a good impression racket that can be used by me as a main. The compatibility with the back face Hexa was also good.
Overall9/10 Speed9 Spin8 Control7 Touch8 Hardness little hard
robbing （Experience：１１〜２０ years） High cost performance for the front team
A racket for the front team that has an initial speed rather than flying. If it is the front team, it fits not only the haste type but also the drive type. I can hit it even if I go down, but I felt that the initial speed, which is the characteristic of this racket, was more alive in the front team. There is also a last-minute ball holding, and there is no problem on the table. A racket that maintains a high balance with no flaws. It has a moderate weight and is the perfect racket for the back table. If you try to buy an inner racket with the same performance at Company B, the price will be about double.
Overall10/10 Speed9 Spin7 Control8 Touch8 Hardness little hard
Pon （Experience：４〜５ years） It's a little nice to put a leopard
Kyo leopard NEO3 is pasted on the fore and MXP is pasted on the back. If you hit both of them with the feeling of hitting them, you will get a ball that sinks with Guin. Since it is a flying racket, it is recommended to stick a rubber that does not fly or stick.
Overall9/10 Speed10 Spin8 Control8 Touch8 Hardness hard
Equipment lover S.T. （Experience：６〜１０ years） Recommended for powerful players!
Purchased Firefall vc FL 86g.
Not too hard. It felt like a butterfly SK7. Without power, I couldn't feel the feeling of grasping like SK7.
Very fast. It's quick even if you hit it or catch it thinly.
It takes if you can swing firmly.
However, if you hit it and hit it slightly, you will feel carbon.
It was hard to put on.
However, I felt it was easy to cut.
When compared with Nittaku's Active 7, it is a little thin. It is rounded. Overall6/10 Speed7 Spin4 Control8 Touch5 Hardness little hard
Recommended rubber (Forehand) Evolution MX-S
shinkey12 （Experience：２〜３ years） A ticking racket that cuts the serve
Kihara and Yama from Goblin's were used, so I bought it too. Until now, I used to use only soft rackets such as Inner Force ZLF and Kolbel, so it took me some time to get used to it. I feel that YG serve has also improved thanks to the ease of serving with this racket.
After all, the ball flies linearly with a jumping racket. However, since it draws the minimum necessary arc line, it goes deep into the opponent's coat with a slight net-in. Also, I think that it is a ticking racket that reaches the opponent's court perfectly even if the ball returns just by hitting it because the foot can not catch up.
The ball is just right, so if you shake it firmly, a fastball that also takes a turn will go. The speed of Chiquita is also insanely fast.
It's cheaper than other companies' blow-off type, so if you don't care about the brand, this is fine. I thought
Overall10/10 Speed10 Spin9 Control9 Touch7 Hardness hard
tobimame （Experience：４〜５ years） Balance ◎
Probably because it was a slightly light individual, the speed was moderate and the balance was good. The ball is released early, the arch line is low, and the feeling of grasping is small, but the ball quality that comes out has a large amount of rotation and is powerful. As for the shot feeling, the difference between the wood pocopoco with a light hit and the material click with a bang is clear, and you may have different tastes.
Overall8/10 Speed8 Spin7 Control8 Touch7 Hardness little hard
The （Experience：１１〜２０ years） Racket that has both stability and destructive power
Racket that has both stability and destructive power
I usually use outer ALC.
Although it is pretending to be a super destructive VC, it does not have as much momentum as outer because it is inner carbon as a premise.
However, compared to the racket that is close to wood used by many people such as inner ALC, the shot feeling was hard and bounced, so there was little discomfort.
The momentum on the table is well suppressed and it does not blow the block.
It's a little thick and heavy, so I think it's certainly powerful because it has an initial velocity and elongation when hit hard.
It is a racket that can fly a bang even in the middle team, but I think that it is a racket suitable for front team haste that can protect without making mistakes from the opponent on the table and produce a powerful decisive hit.
Overall9/10 Speed9 Spin9 Control8 Touch9 Hardness little hard
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