Persson Powerplay Senso - V1
[Hardness] Little hard
[Performance] Control and Speed are excellent.
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Fast 7-ply offensive blade made in Sweden that can be controlled even with normal training thanks to a special thin layer of foil.
The ex World Champion and 1996 European Champion has thoroughly tested the prototypes. After regular start up production Joergen began to play with the SENSO blade. We quote Joergen Persson: “ I always feel the ball, no matter if I hit it slowly or fast. SENSO gives you the absolute touch. The SENSO technology makes things much easier, since you get a prompt feedback from the ball.”Available only in the AN or FL grip.
The blade is available in two versions - V1 and V2. V1 offers optimum speed and V2 offers optimum control. The difference is in the position of the hollow space inside the handle.
5,800 Yen（Include tax 6,380 Yen）
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- Wood seven plywood (Wood, 7 ply wood)
Eichi （Experience：６〜１０ years） Nice classic feel of wood racket balanced.
The ST, is individual of 88g I have purchased.
First of all remains and poke the ball hardening of plate quality of the blade, momentum tends to be lower than the SK7, I feel the ball retention without too much play made in Sweden racket specific Pampanga Clipper system What looks good. Thin plate thickness to approximately 6mm and seven, there is a "hard thin" suppleness.
Position of the center of gravity is "somewhat at hand closer" while Senzo V1 grip. Grip I think that because the details women, also easy to grip in the Junior layer.
If you hit ball stretched the rubber, I feel the ball retention and a core hardness of the Clipper system. It is not in the surface material is stiff. Bending sense of incongruity is the transition from five plywood I think very little because there is. Speaking to reverse "seven = hard, bouncy, heavier" because the feeling is thin, you might not be satisfied with the impetus and to shift from seven plywood of domestic manufacturers.
Flick of suppleness is stand on the technology, five since the hardness come alive to swipe such as a power drive, I think that it is all-round racket regardless of seven. Beginner-ball control improved not want Intermediate for Kana and the. Fast Larry, for those who want to aim the counter does not may feel that there is not enough momentum, I think it good to be adjusted in rubber.
Overall7/10 Speed6 Spin6 Control8 Touch8 Hardness little hard
Yakitori-kun （Experience：１１〜２０ years） Old model, but excellent price and reasonable hardness
Donic's racket is inexpensive and good to try, was it a little 4000 yen?
One that I bought together, trying to get to know my favorite racket type.
The old orthodox seven-ply plywood with a good shot feel and good playing. The flexibility is small and the speed is slow considering the times.
Rubber is suitable for table software or heterogeneous rubber. Even if the back software has a physical ability like a person, it may be good if you can play it, but it is not the age, I think that there are many better rackets.
For me as a table software, it was a good racket because it was hard and easy to play, did not fly too much, and had some thickness. The speed is slow for this age of attack rackets.
Overall7/10 Speed5 Spin4 Control8 Touch8 Hardness little hard
Recommended rubber (Forehand) Booster HP
Power Play （Experience：４〜５ years）
Drive is amazing speedy. Since the attack on the hard shot feeling is go and kick ass, and allow you to type even from a long distance.
Overall10/10 Speed10 Spin8 Control7 Touch9 Hardness hard
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