Innerforce Layer ALC

Everyone's rating [Hardness] Little soft
[Performance] Spin and Control are excellent.
Innerforce Layer ALC

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Averages reviews points

  • Evaluation: 9.18 / 10
  • Number of review: 169
    • Speed:8.31
    • Spin:9
    • Control:8.96

    The Arylate Carbon fibers are located closer to the core than with non-layer blades, which leads to a softer touch and stunning feel.

    Arylate-Carbon fibers dampen vibration and allow for dynamic play and precise placement.

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    Specifications

    Price
    15,000 Yen(Include tax 16,500 Yen)
    Producer
    Butterfly
    Product code
    36701
    Speed
    87
    Control
    90
    Size
    157 × 150mm
    Weight
    86g
    Material
    Wood, ALC, 7 ply wood
    Thickness
    6mm

    User reviews

    • visitor

      Easy to use!

      Player reviews

      Is hard to technology does not have anything! All is easy to drive, Smash poking block on-units processing. Do you feel that sense of Ali rate carbon is left a little, but I feel that there is also good. In the inner I feel that bouncing is, but there is likely a sense of stability to draw the arc. However, just because you do not mean that for beginners and intermediate users. In fact I am using the Ishikawa. But, the inner force layer series is because it is said to lack the decisive factor, is so even ZLC, but it is recommended to those who want to play in the stability-oriented to attack in the all-round player and before in the team!

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      2016/01/27
      Overall
      9/10
      Speed
      9
      Spin
      10
      Control
      9
      Touch
      9

      Recommended rubber (Forehand) TENERGY 80

      Recommended rubber (Backhand) Bryce High Speed

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    • Mottoan

      (Experience:6〜10 years) I had all the features I wanted!

      Player reviews

      It is an impression that I borrowed it for about two months to use it for the competition.
      Basically I use a 7-ply racket.
      It's a common word, but it was a racket that "do not play when you want to bounce, do it when you want a momentum".
      When smashing, I feel the bending of the racket and the boost of carbon.
      I felt the hardness even when hitting lightly, but I felt relieved without worrying at all.
      This is a masterpiece that anyone who is not good at hitting with arilate carbon should definitely use it.

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      2020/04/30
      Overall
      10/10
      Speed
      10
      Spin
      10
      Control
      10
      Touch
      10
      Hardness little hard

      Recommended rubber (Forehand) Tenergy 64

      Recommended rubber (Backhand) Fastarc C-1

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    • visitor

      (Experience:4〜5 years) Easy to use

      Player reviews

      It's been about a year since I started using it. The drive feels great in my hand and it is amazing. If you have a strong impact, you should use the outerwear. I have a strong impact, but I feel like I won't fly. Lower rotation It is easy to do both loop and speed. I think the loop should be the same as usual, but it is better to hit the speed without putting too much effort. The bench is awesome, the flick is a hard rubber so it's good.
      Tsuttsuki does not fly, so it is easy to do.
      When you use it for a long time, you will feel it

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      2020/04/25
      Overall
      10/10
      Speed
      8
      Spin
      10
      Control
      9
      Touch
      8
      Hardness Little soft

      Recommended rubber (Forehand) V>15 Extra

      Recommended rubber (Backhand) V>15 Limber

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    • visitor

      (Experience:2〜3 years) Great

      Player reviews

      Attacks are extremely easy to make! !! !! !! Even though it is a foreign defense type
      I thought it was easy to drive and the blocks were extremely easy to do. Almost no one can get it when pushed at grain height w

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      2020/04/20
      Overall
      10/10
      Speed
      10
      Spin
      10
      Control
      10
      Touch
      10
      Hardness little hard

      Recommended rubber (Forehand) Vega Asia

      Recommended rubber (Backhand) DESPERADO

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    • Rarai

      (Experience:4〜5 years) A racket that can be used by a wide range of people

      Player reviews

      It is an inner ALC, but unlike the inner ZLC, I think that it is a racket that has different tastes because the ALC has a shot feeling that is always showing up.
      There is no difficult technique and you can do everything.
      The only downside is that the ball doesn't go too deep when it goes down.
      However, playing in the front is very easy.
      I think that it is suitable for female players and male players who have a quick break.

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      2020/04/14
      Overall
      9/10
      Speed
      8
      Spin
      9
      Control
      9
      Touch
      7
      Hardness Little soft

      Recommended rubber (Forehand) Fastarc G-1

      Recommended rubber (Backhand) Q3

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    • Hiropon @ Kanto

      (Experience:2〜3 years) Comparison with ZLC

      Player reviews

      Have 90g.
      Since there are many people who are compared with the outer, I will mainly review the comparison with the inner ZLC (93g).

      Speaking of the flight distance, it is about the same as the inner ZLC, but I think that the speed feels faster because it bounces slightly linearly compared to the ZLC.

      The first difference is the shot feeling, the ALC is a little harder, the feeling is closer to the outer, and there is no big sense of incongruity in light and heavy hits.

      ZLC feels more like wood, and light tapping gives a rugged feel to wood.

      ZLC is a shot feeling that tastes different, but I think that if there is no resistance to the racket containing the material, ALC will receive everyone.

      It is a racket with a rounded outer part that is more prominent than a wood racket.

      There is a slight impression, and you can understand that the professional usage rate is slightly lower. (Rotating performance and feeling of grasping the ball → inner ZLC, outer power if simple power)

      However, in the amateur feeling, the balance between the momentum and the grip is united in a high dimension,
      This can be one of the best for those who will do their best at table tennis.

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      2020/04/01
      Overall
      8/10
      Speed
      8
      Spin
      8
      Control
      8
      Touch
      9
      Hardness little hard

      Recommended rubber (Forehand) TENERGY 05

      Recommended rubber (Backhand) TENERGY 05

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    • That's nice!

      (Experience:2〜3 years) Universal racket

      Player reviews

      I think this racket is very easy to use for all techniques and is for all-rounders! ! When hitting a drive with the allylate carbon in the inner position, the racket bends and the drive with a high arc is extremely easy to do. Therefore the drive is very stable. Not only that, I think that it is the strength of this racket that you can hit a powerful drive to some extent. Still, it is a very good racket that can handle fine technology (stop, tsutsuki, block) etc. firmly.
      Serve is easy to control long and short because this racket itself does not fly very much.
      It is a little expensive, but it is recommended for those who want to attack with a drive!

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      2020/03/14
      Overall
      10/10
      Speed
      7
      Spin
      10
      Control
      10
      Touch
      10
      Hardness Little soft

      Recommended rubber (Forehand) Evolution EL-S

      Recommended rubber (Backhand) TENERGY 05

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