Mizutani Jun ZLC
[Hardness] Little hard
[Performance] Speed and Spin are excellent.
Averages reviews points
• In collaboration with Jun Mizutani, the top players of the Japanese national team and multiples National Champion, Butterfly developed this quality and relatively light ZL Carbon blade.
• It takes place ZLC typically very dynamic and provides an excellent ball feedback, which provides additional control in variable offensive play.
25,000 Yen（Include tax 27,500 Yen）
- Product code
- 157 × 150mm
- Five plywood ZL carbon (Wood, ZL carbon, 7 ply wood)
Players use Mizutani Jun ZLC
katsuo000 （Experience：More than ２０ years） Rapid!
I used Mizutani SZLC for about half a year and purchased for that sub. When I went to the game on SZLC I got into a situation where I could not receive it because I got too much momentum, after that my main job was to play with Fortius FT ver. D. B system technology and the receiving technology stabilized steadily After a long absence ZLC was issued for a long time and the same as my main job, at the Kyou leopard NEO Vrispo, B was holding down the momentum and tried it with spin art. That's good! Because it is a bouncing racket, the rubber has a rubber that can rotate as much as possible! Since it is Bruspo, it is possible to serve and loop drive that maintains the amount of rotation and B is spin art so even if you drop the hit point you can hit a rich drive and chiquita! If you enter the rally this one! B The meeting decided is decided! It would be nice to concentrate on putting in the rally and the ball would come straight to the opponent so it seemed hard to fight back. This is a rival of the professional racket! Although the main job can do delicate table, ZLC is B's one in rally deciding! Both are wonderful rackets which are hard to attach!
Overall9/10 Speed10 Spin8 Control7 Touch9 Hardness Little soft
me （Experience：４〜５ years） recommendation!
I usually use ALC rackets, but I thought it would be easier to operate if I changed to Jun Mizutani ZLC, which was difficult to operate because it flew too much!
The ease of control
ZLC & gt; ALC & gt; Super ZLC
Also, like Mizutani, I feel that Tenergy 80 and Dignix 80 are the best match.
Robbing from the apse, counter
Recommended for all-round players who are not good at ALC flying too much, such as driving in the front middle team, and players who are transitioning from plywood! It's expensive, but I like it because it performs according to the amount of money!
Overall10/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control10 Touch10 Hardness Little soft
John Mizutani Certainly Tenergy 80 may fit!
The feeling of jumping that is often said is not so strong. Those who have used outer carbon such as ALC should be able to use it without any discomfort. You may feel the momentum if it is a change from the inner ZLC.
The best feature is the "feeling of hitting a ball". A bad expression is "hard" and a good expression is "exhilarating playing". Outer ZLC may be a favorite for those who feel the wood and flexibility. The outer ALC sounds good in its own way. Since the outer wood is soft and the total thickness is thin, it offsets the hardness of ZLC well. The stop doesn't stop, the serve plays, and it's hard to rotate ... It's a matter of ability.
From the exhilarating feeling of playing, not only the gorigori driveman. I think that it is also good for front-end haste type players who make a course at a good tempo. Also, for seniors and women who want to supplement their speed with a racket without power, the thickness of the rubber can be reduced to reduce the total weight, and it may be finished as a racket with a good tempo and a weight that is hard to get tired.
Personally, I especially like the feel of the back side. To correct the stiff sensation, the one rank softer double-sided Tenergy 80 may still be the best rubber that makes sense. (It may be easy to get a feeling of biting)
Overall9/10 Speed10 Spin9 Control9 Touch10 Hardness little hard
Only special thickness won （Experience：６〜１０ years） Only the strongest can be used
Hello, I'm an active junior high school player
This Jun Mizutani zlc is perfect w
It ’s an outer, but it ’s like an inner.
I think Nittaku's rubber is a good match for this racket.
Madness turbo blue, g1, etc. "I'm thinking of using shadows in the future."
If you want to spin and attack, the middle team is good
I only do lobing and driving, so I'm mostly in the apse, but it's a little hard to hit in front w
Adhesion is the best, especially the leopard series
I hope you find it helpful
Overall10/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control10 Touch10 Hardness little hard
Retired student （Experience：６〜１０ years） The origin and the vertex
When I used it for the first time, I jumped too much and couldn't enter, but when I got used to it, it seemed like a really good racket. It's just a little hard to control, so I felt that it was compatible with soft rubber. It's a little expensive, but I think it won't hurt if you buy it.
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Overall9/10 Speed8 Spin6 Control6 Touch10 Hardness hard
Rarai （Experience：４〜５ years） Strange feeling
Although it is the outer ZLC, it is a racket with a strange shot feeling that it has a ball even if the ball is away quickly. And I felt that the ease of doing it on the bench was worth mentioning. It's very easy to stop. Stop, Tsutsuki, Flick, Chiquita are all easy to do. I think it is a racket that makes it easy to play sharply because it grabs the ball if it is a weak touch even if it hits hard but it comes out quickly.
I don't think anyone will be chosen if they reach a certain level.
Overall9/10 Speed10 Spin8 Control9 Touch9 Hardness Little soft
Biscaria Golden favorite （Experience：１１〜２０ years） No.1 hit feeling
I often heard that the ZLC material was stiff, but when I hit the drive, the racket was very soft and I felt it was soft. If the shot feeling was good, I was confident in playing and I could swing with confidence and it was the racket that felt the least stress in all generations. The grip used FL this time, but it was easy to hold because it was not too thick nor too thin, so it was very easy to switch back.
After all, the butterfly racket goes well with the Tenergy series, and I personally thought that Jun Mizutani was the best.
Overall9/10 Speed9 Spin9 Control10 Touch10 Hardness Little soft
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