[Hardness] Little hard
[Performance] Speed and Spin are excellent.
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- JEAN-PHILIPPE GATIEN BLADES SERIES
Former world champion Jean-Philippe Gatien. He who knows the table tennis to carefully selected, to "J.P. Gatien racket series" players are looking for a tough racket. Hard Wenge material of the outer surface is, to react to
to the ball. 2 sheets of balsa wood the other surrounding the three birch that are used to center, to enhance the agility of this racket. Conquest has printing further in black tea blade is dark. Especially seen through the printing by using the no red rubber of the sponge, you might not be able to use in the tournament.
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- Vertical 155mm horizontal 151mm
- 97g ± 5
- Wood nine plywood
Those who play table tennis at week 4 （Experience：６〜１０ years） I used a wonderful thing
The upper board is hard and hard, but I did not feel that the feeling of shot was so hard, because the wood in it was soft. The trajectory is upward and pierces the table drawing the arc. I think that this rubber fits with a hard rubber. I stuck 51 but I felt it was easier than 47. The reason why it is better to stiffen the rubber in this racket is because lower knuckles are tremendously easy to do. The trajectory and hitting sound are almost unchanged. And, if you have a firm impact, it is almost a single blow. Use lower and knuckle properly, push the gobbly with the power of the sweet third ball. It will fulfill such a play. However, it is heavy. The total weight of my racket is 194 grams. I do not think it is the weight that elementary and junior high school students can shake off. However, I think that it is difficult to fit with a soft rubber, so it is expensive, so I need to be prepared to buy it. However, I think that it may take a lifetime if it fits me. How about trying to buy a player who is confidently confident in power?
Overall10/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control8 Touch8 Hardness little hard
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