KOJI MATSUSHITA SPECIAL
[Hardness] Little soft
[Performance] Spin and Control are excellent.
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Reviews of KOJI MATSUSHITA SPECIAL. Players who use Racket evaluate various points such as hardness, momentum, weight, item by item to worry, and feel at impact thoroughly.
- 12,000 Yen（Include tax 13,200 Yen）
- Product code
- 90g ±
- Wood, Fleece carbon, 7 ply wood
memory （Experience：６〜１０ years） A versatile type with a soft shot feeling for carbon
According to the manufacturer, fleece carbon seems to be contained, but I thought like a soft shot feeling that would not make such a thing feel as well. The ball holding is also not defeated by the wooden racket.
There is also a repulsive power of carbon, so when you attack you may feel the speed of the ball away. So, I feel that practicing is necessary for the transition from thick racquets such as defense play sensor and other defensive force-oriented rackets and defense 4.
On the other hand, when cutting, I feel like I can send a ball tightly, so I will protect it firmly when I protect it. It is an impression that daring attacks are easy to do when attacking.
I mainly use Nirutaku made tirna, but because it is a racket of the same special material, I feel that it is quite similar. It is a bit harder than tirna, so it seems to be compatible with soft grain rubber.
Overall10/10 Speed7 Spin9 Control9 Touch9 Hardness Little soft
Recommended rubber (Forehand) TENERGY 05
shinkey12 （Experience：２〜３ years） Balanced type of speed and rotation
I tried using it with Muramatsu player specifications.
Forecut is easier to do than back and it is fun to cut
Swipe is not good
Is it for people who want to enjoy cutting?
The fore drive has a considerable amount of rotation
I had the impression that it was a racket that could rotate due to the bending of the wood but did not speed up.
Overall10/10 Speed6 Spin8 Control8 Touch10 Hardness Soft
Nakaso （Experience：４〜５ years） Unchangeable
I have been using this racket for 3 years!
This racket has a wider sweet spot than other rackets, and even a quick cut will make it difficult for the opponent to take it!
In addition, the hitting sound of the curl P4's extra-thin cut also makes a clicking sound, which is very pleasant. Also, the compatibility with the curl series is quite good! !!
I think that it is a good racket that pulls out the goodness of that rubber properly without killing it no matter which rubber is pasted! !!
The downside is that the outer carbon is brittle and easy to peel off, so you need to be very careful when peeling off the rubber!
Also, Koji Matsushita's offensive and diode V are less bouncy, and Koji Matsushita and Tiruna are more bouncy, which is a half-hearted feeling, which is both good and bad.
Highly recommended for all-round play style cutmen! !!
Overall10/10 Speed8 Spin5 Control6 Touch9 Hardness little hard
Jun （Experience：６〜１０ years） Focus on attack
Compared to the normal Koji Matsushita, it bounces a little, so I thought it would take some getting used to suppressing it. However, once you get used to it, the cut will be very stable due to the size of the sweet spot. The quality of the cut is that the ball separates a little quickly, so it is not very suitable to compete with the amount of rotation and change. If anything, I think that the part of ease of returning the ball is excellent. Also, the trajectory of the cut is low and it is easy to fly straight, so I think it is easy to connect to an attack. The attack is also very easy to hit from behind and counter.
Overall, the impression is that it is a racket for people who want to focus on the score in the attack rather than the cut. However, I feel that it is a little difficult to handle without the skill to suppress the momentum and the feeling of holding the ball.
On the contrary, if you want to play all-round in the scene while focusing on defense such as the amount of rotation and change of the cut rather than attack, I think that normal Matsushita is safer and easier to handle.
Overall8/10 Speed8 Spin7 Control7 Touch7 Hardness Little soft
Ah （Experience：６〜１０ years）
It is a racket that seems to contradict at first glance that it will bounce but the cut will stabilize. There is a sense of security because the sweet spot is wider as the advertising complains, and it will fly the same way even if the hitting point is slightly shifted. The cut is very stable as long as you get used to it. It is easy to attack and the balance of offense and defense is at a high level like the Koji Matsushita series. The feeling of hitting is likely to be divided.
Also, since the ball separation is a little faster, I personally thought that a soft sponge rubber would be good if the grain height was to be matched. However, if you have a hard sponge rubber, it will be cut in an unusual way, so if you are confident that you can handle it, you should be there. Excellent compatibility with the Carl series
Overall9/10 Speed8 Spin9 Control9 Touch7 Hardness Little soft
Recommended rubber (Backhand) Curl P-4
Table tennis is fun! （Experience：４〜５ years） Stabilize!
The cut fits well on the table.
Stability of cut goes up!
It is highly recommended for the cutman.
Overall8/10 Speed7 Spin9 Control9 Touch8 Hardness Little soft
Taroudō Taro （Experience：２〜３ years）
If you get used to it you can use it normally! A
I can not grasp the feeling of selling for the barefoot.
Even if carbon enters, you can use it without trouble if you get a sense of cutting firmly.
Overall10/10 Speed9 Spin10 Control10 Touch8 Hardness Little soft
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