SWEDEN DEFENSIVE [Discontinued]
[Hardness] Medium hardness
[Performance] Control and Spin are excellent.
Averages reviews points
Sweden Defensive from Yasaka is a blade produced in the famous table tennis factory in Tranas, Sweden. Most defensive players are looking for optimal soft touch of the ball combined with exceptional feeling and control. Yasaka’s Sweden Defensive is designed to meet that demand. Fractionally softer outer veneers and a slightly enlarged head in comparison to traditional blades, give the Sweden Defensive it’s unique characteristics.
Lacquered by the factory, no sealing process required.
- 6,500 Yen（Include tax 7,150 Yen）
- Product code
- 82g ± 5
- Five plywood (Wood, 5 ply wood)
Koala Takahashi （Experience：２〜３ years）
Since the blade is slightly larger than the other cut racket, easily enter be cut even if the attack, I think that it is recommended for beginners. Ball-hitting feeling not hear a Kon', I think that easy to beat.
Overall5/10 Speed1 Spin3 Control2 Touch4 Hardness Little soft
Emon Tsukudani （Experience：More than ２０ years） A masterpiece that can be widely used by cutman beginners
Uses DNAm special hot, curl p4 us. The first thing I thought about using basic acoustics was The Wood. Does that mean? The hitting sound that gets better is a little pleasant. Also, Tsuttsuki and Brock don't feel like making mistakes. Both hand cuts were also very easy to do due to the large blades.
Overall6/10 Speed4 Spin7 Control9 Touch9 Hardness Little soft
Anpan （Experience：２〜３ years） I'm glad
It was easy to rotate overall
Since the racket itself does not bounce, you can rotate the serve as much as you want
It was very cheap and easy to cut.
And the stability of the block was very good
Finally, I was able to attack without any problems on the attack side, and the meet was strong.
Overall8/10 Speed5 Spin8 Control8 Touch8 Hardness little hard
Equipment kitchen （Experience：２〜３ years） Cut racket that can do anything
The blade is much larger and the high repulsion area is wider than a normal racket.
And the rotation is good, and the control is also good. It is a very nice racket.
However, there are drawbacks. That's where it's hard to get speed without playing too much.
Well, that is a part that can not be helped as a cut racket, but I think that it can be supplemented with tension rubber.
Also, I think it's a racket that can be used in any type of battle.
Overall9/10 Speed7 Spin9 Control10 Touch6 Hardness Little soft
Pora （Experience：６〜１０ years） Straight grip is not good
It is an orthodox cut racket that does not bounce too much and does not bounce too much. I think everyone will receive it, but the straight grip I used is extremely short and I can't hit the fore drive. If you hit it forcibly, your hand will hurt. (Somehow if it's meat)
I wonder why it's so short. You can't attack, so if you buy it, be sure to flare it.
Overall8/10 Speed3 Spin7 Control9 Touch6 Hardness Little soft
a130079g （Experience：１１〜２０ years） Surprise
I borrowed it from a friend of Cutman, but it is very easy to drive. It's very similar because I used Stiga's all-round classic originally! I was surprised with.
It does not sound in the hand than the all-round classic and blocks etc. are stable.
Because it was a straight grip, it was unusually short, but the center of gravity went to the tip, and I had an impression that it used to bounce more than I thought using centrifugal force.
It is a good racket that you want to use Swedish classic.
Overall8/10 Speed6 Spin8 Control10 Touch10 Hardness Soft
Yutchi @ cut Standard cut racket
Standard cut racket. In particular, it does not what is better, but is a highly COSPA! It is recommended for those who want to racket not Ya bounce towards the freshly made to cut Man!
Overall5/10 Speed5 Spin5 Control5 Touch5 Hardness little hard
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