WANOKIWAMI AO OFF
[Hardness] Little soft
[Performance] Control and Spin are excellent.
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Wanokiwami - a unique project. Takeshi Wanaka, a Japanese carpenter with the focus on processing noble woods and andro developers worked together hand in hand. Wanaka, a well known greatness in his field with many international awards, brings all his know-how of selection, processing and bonding premium-wood into this project. The andro development team has deliberately left a free hand to Takeshi Wanaka in many respects to allow influences from another wood processing branch. The andro development team has impressively accomplished to guide these influences and ideas into the right direction and the result is a qualitatively outstanding blade line. Promotion players, coaches and test players have confirmed this numerous tests with one voice.
The Wanokiwami AO convinces you right from the moment you take it into your hand for the first time. Carefully grinded corners, an ergonomically adapted thumb pad and 100% evenly thick veneers – that’s pure feeling!
The wood’s soul is a 4.2mm thick core veneer providing the wood a high flexural strength resulting in a direct and straightforward ball-feedback. The two affixed intermediate and upper veneers provide a special distinguishing feeling transorming AO into a top-class wood.
Wanokiwami AO – a wood like none another.
- Chinese pen
- Product code
- 160 × 153
- 86g ±
- Five wood (Wood, 5 ply wood)
foil Good racket
Caution because But grip place blade size is larger liked in some cases slip it's ST
Overall8/10 Speed8 Spin9 Control8 Touch9 Hardness little hard
Wakowami Best 5 plywood!
Large surface block stability.
The ball that I can not take out also arrives unexpectedly.
Weight becomes heavy, and FL feels the center of gravity especially at the tip.
ST is the center of gravity at hand compared to FL. Even if you like FL, it is worth trying.
When FL is put on the side bouncer, it becomes the center of gravity at hand and does not feel weight.
Even in the soft hitting feel racket, it does not sound quite.
Recommended for those who like the soft feeling of hitting five poco poko.
I also recommend it to people who feel that the acoustics are rather hard. You may fly.
There are individual differences, and 86-88 g is firmly held and comes out faster than a very light one.
The speed is a little slow, but it is recommended for those who like 5 plywood for stability.
Corbel, faster than acoustic.
Even inquiries from the middle team are not defeated enough.
The rebound when you hit hard is strong, it takes a turn.
It is easy to do a cut when you are out of shape.
You can also adjust the fly with a rubber.
I used Aruba 23, but I was not used to the seven balls away a little earlier,
I'm back here.
Overall10/10 Speed8 Spin10 Control10 Touch10 Hardness Soft
Feeling at impact is comfortable and drive is easy to put on. Works well with Vega-based rubber
Overall9/10 Speed9 Spin8 Control9 Touch10 Hardness Little soft
It is important to rotate （Experience：２〜３ years）
First of all, the feeling of shot is very good. If you strike strongly it will sound better enough to hit. Saabs and cuts will also spin well. Although it is in the 5th issue version, there is nothing to beat in the middle even though it goes down, but for a little control Because there is a part to be applied, it may not be suitable for people who want to emphasize control so much
Overall8/10 Speed8 Spin8 Control7 Touch9 Hardness little hard
Pen grain del norte （Experience：６〜１０ years） Surprisingly it fits grain height
It is a review of Chinese style.
It was introduced as an attack racket that fits the grain height at a certain table tennis store shop site so I tried using it. I was focusing on push and attack techniques on the foreground, so I was looking for ALL + ~ OFF - about a racket of 5 timber plywood.
A somewhat hard surface material will bring out the sharpness of grain height and make it easier to rotate the back and serve. Although the manufacturer notation has become an attack racket, I think that it is also easy for control and also for all rounds. It might be somewhat unsatisfactory for hard hitters who are particular about power and speed.
Overall8/10 Speed7 Spin8 Control7 Touch7 Hardness little hard
Blank man （Experience：４〜５ years） It is easy to use normally!
I use the inner force layer ZLF for the main racket, but I occasionally use this as a sub bracket.
I bought it just because the design is smart, so I am not using it on the main, but it is easy to use normally without habit. This grip is easier to hold than ZLF. (It is a matter of taste)
I can not win against the main zlf, tenazi combination, but this is also very easy to spin.
It is easy to defend and we can not find the disadvantage of shortcomings.
In terms of power, it may be a bit unsatisfactory in terms of power, but I think that it is a good racket in terms of design and ease of use, in all aspects.
Overall8/10 Speed8 Spin9 Control8 Touch8 Hardness Little soft
Technology Development Institute （Experience：Less than a year） For those who value rotation!
It is a very easy-to-use racket.
Fore SWORD MAZE pro 48 degrees (WRM)
Back galaxy Venus ultrathin
Speed is not that much, but the ball holding is very good and it is very rotating.
You can use this racket to make a solid rotation and fix it when you overwhelm your strength!
Overall7/10 Speed5 Spin9 Control10 Touch10 Hardness Soft
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