Kenta Matsudaira ALC

Everyone's rating [Hardness] Medium hardness
[Performance] Speed and Control are excellent.
Kenta Matsudaira ALC

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Averages reviews points

  • Evaluation: 8.91 / 10
  • Number of review: 68
    • Speed:8.85
    • Spin:8.12
    • Control:8.28

    • Jointly developed with Japan’s Kenta Matsudaira
    • A hybrid 5-ply blade made of Butterfly’s popular Arylate/Carbon material
    • Kenta prefers a narrow grip and this is evident in the slightly thinner FL handle
    • Arylate-Carbon

    • FL

    Specifications

    Producer
    Butterfly
    Product code
    36821
    Size
    157 × 150mm
    Weight
    86g
    Material
    Arylates five plywood (Wood, ALC, 7 ply wood)
    Thickness
    5.8mm

    Players use Kenta Matsudaira ALC

    User reviews

    • visitor

      (Experience:4〜5 years) Weak overcoming the backhand!

      Player reviews

      The other day, I changed to Kenta Matsudaira alc there was a little smaller in my hand. When I use, but there was often originally backhand loses been targeted the back side in the poor a game, I felt that the backhand much surprised myself and try to play in this racket has been progress It was. Without the forehand can come the ball to the fore side, now good enough to use the backhand. Before you purchase was lost really whether to Zhang Jike alc or Timo Boll alc or Kenta Matsudaira alc, but it was correct to choose the Kenta Matsudaira alc. In addition, in particular Chiquita ideal for bench play is easy to do because the grip is thin. And, the switching of the forehand and backhand is very easy to do. If you say the weakness of this racket, when Saab for those who had been using the racket a thick, such as the seven plywood because it does not mean that very bouncy, so I think there is that the ball of the increase would come out, I think that there is a need to rethink the Saab was in the Kenta Matsudaira alc.

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      2016/04/06
      Overall
      10/10
      Speed
      9
      Spin
      9
      Control
      10
      Touch
      10
      Hardness Little soft

      Recommended rubber (Forehand) Rakza X

      Recommended rubber (Backhand) GFT40

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    • visitor

      (Experience:2〜3 years)

      Player reviews

      First of all, regarding the thinness of the grip that is the feature of this racket, I felt that it was easier to play on the bench like Chikita and Flick than other rackets.
      But,
      ・ The racket itself is light
                +
      ・ Outer (aramid), so it will bounce immediately, so it is harder to spin compared to a good inner ball or wood
      The impression that too heavy balls do not go

      See original review

      2019/08/01
      Overall
      8/10
      Speed
      9
      Spin
      7
      Control
      8
      Touch
      9
      Hardness little hard

      Recommended rubber (Forehand) Rakza 7

      Recommended rubber (Backhand) V>15 Extra

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    • visitor

      (Experience:2〜3 years) For junior high school students with small hands, women

      Player reviews

      I started using it from the third grade of junior high school.
      The grip is very small compared to other grips, and small junior high school students and women with small hands feel as comfortable with other grips as they get used to this addition.

      【speed】
      The speed is as good as the outer carbon, and it is difficult to adjust if the power can not be adjusted because it is over from the stand.
      Smash is easy to do.

      【rotation】
      It takes longer than I thought.
      I often get involved with serving, but I felt that it was very easy to get caught when I was getting used to rotating.
      It is compatible with the dignics and the drive rotation is not complete.
      It is easy to rotate the serve.

      【Control】
      It is neither hard to control nor easy

      [Feel at impact]
      It sounds like an outer carbon concon.
      I feel a bit stiff.

      Kenta Matsudaira ALC is different from Timo Boll ALC, so it is recommended that you try to grab by yourself and buy it at the shop.
      I thought that it was a racket that the backhand and the counter were very easy to handle and the serve rotation was easy.
      Recommended for women and junior high school students who have small hands.

      See original review

      2019/07/22
      Overall
      10/10
      Speed
      9
      Spin
      9
      Control
      8
      Touch
      10
      Hardness little hard

      Recommended rubber (Forehand) DIGNICS 05

      Recommended rubber (Backhand) ROZENA

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    • visitor

      (Experience:2〜3 years) Easy to use and cool

      Player reviews

      You can quickly switch back the foreback
      I think that the ease of the Chiquita is surpassed in the table
      Easy to use for people with small hands or not
      I think that a sense of stability and speed will come out
      later
      I like the luxury of design

      See original review

      2019/07/22
      Overall
      8/10
      Speed
      9
      Spin
      8
      Control
      7
      Touch
      9
      Hardness little hard

      Recommended rubber (Forehand) ROZENA

      Recommended rubber (Backhand) Fastarc G-1

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    • visitor

      (Experience:4〜5 years) Recommended for backhand players

      Player reviews

      The backhand is very easy to do, as the other person's review shows. In addition, because it is a racket equipped with arylate carbon, it also takes a moderate bounce. However, since Alilate Carbon is in the outer, it is necessary to have a certain level of technical skill such as tabletops.

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      2019/06/17
      Overall
      8/10
      Speed
      9
      Spin
      7
      Control
      8
      Touch
      7
      Hardness little hard

      Recommended rubber (Forehand) TENERGY 80

      Recommended rubber (Backhand) Tenergy 64

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    • Table tennis is fun!

      (Experience:4〜5 years) Easy to hold

      Player reviews

      I have a small hand, but the grip is thin and easy to hold, and I am easy to put in force.
      It is easy to put out the speed of the ball as a whole, and it is easy to put it on.
      I felt it was particularly easy to play on the benches such as the Chiquita.
      However, because the ball bounces, the control is a little more difficult.

      See original review

      2019/04/22
      Overall
      9/10
      Speed
      10
      Spin
      10
      Control
      8
      Touch
      8
      Hardness little hard

      Recommended rubber (Forehand) V>15 Extra

      Recommended rubber (Backhand) V>15 Extra

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    • Tikeike

      (Experience:4〜5 years) Easy to hold!

      Player reviews

      After all, this thin grip is attractive and easy to lift. Especially Chikita. The back is designed to be easy to swing because it is a Matsudaira-san model! People who are good at back and who like thin grips are recommended because they are almost the same as Timobor ALC and Tatsukasa ALC except for grips. Those who like thin grip ALC, those who like thick grips recommend Timobol ALC and Takseok ALC. I like honesty.

      See original review

      2019/04/02
      Overall
      8/10
      Speed
      9
      Spin
      7
      Control
      6
      Touch
      9
      Hardness little hard

      Recommended rubber (Forehand) TENERGY 05

      Recommended rubber (Backhand) TENERGY 05

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