[Hardness] Medium hardness
[Performance] Spin and Control are excellent.
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The new Carbonado 45 and Carbonado 90 blades are constructed with thinner TeXtreme® 64 gram per m2² carbon fiber, providing exceptional control and wood feel. These two new additions to the Carbonado family are built with the same expert processes and quality materials as the original Carbonado 145 and 190, with one difference – the Carbonado 45 and 90
contain 64 gram per m2 carbon fiber while the original Carbonado 145 and 190 contain 100 gram per m2 carbon fiber. Choose Carbonado 45 and 90 for top quality, expert craftsmanship, and outstanding performance, along with increased control and wood feel!
- Carbonado 45 is constructed with Carbon layers in a 45 degree angle
- 45 degree angle provides torsional bendability which gives the blade
more flexibility and increased stiffness
- The high trajectory makes it a perfect choice for the offensive player who looks for good speed and stability combined with excellent control
- Wide personalized sweet spot
- 64 gram Carbon fibre per m2
- Chinese pen
- 20,000 Yen（Include tax 22,000 Yen）
- Product code
- Wood, Carbon, 7 ply wood
Medium pen back haste （Experience：１１〜２０ years）
Chinese style 80 g used
As the Chinese girls who used five plywood recently are using it, I think that they like themselves as well as five plywoods
There is a feeling of use like using hard five plywoods except when blowing, there is no feeling of being overdoing with light strokes or medium blows, and it is easy to draw an archwire for some reason why it is thin plate thickness and top plate Ram?
In other words, although it can not rampage on the bench, it plays firmly when banging, it is not in the inner, so there is some degree of uniform momentum
Because it is not an outer racket of a ruckus, it is recommended for those who think that momentum is a bit insufficient with five plywood
I am also transitioning from a harder five-piece plywood, but I can use it without feeling uncomfortable
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Stiga favorite （Experience：６〜１０ years） Easy to make arch wire
84g, LG used
It is a racket that flies well when rotated and it is easy to make an arch line. Originally I also switched from a wood user, but it is recommended for wood users who want a little more flight.
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Mappo （Experience：１１〜２０ years） Good balance
The table fits comfortably, and if you hit a drive etc., the ball will run to some extent. I think that is the point to be noted.
When three inner racket users gave their impressions, they said that they were “not enough to hold a ball”.
I think it goes well with Digg 09C. High-quality balls can be hit with the downward rotation drive.
It's a good tool because I can win a match for some reason. I think you may like or dislike the combination with Dig09C in terms of shot feeling.
I also tried the combination with Tenergy 05, but in this case, the shot feeling is more comfortable and easy to use. That may be easier for the other person.
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The （Experience：６〜１０ years） A racket that brings out the goodness of adhesive rubber
Up until now, I've used a lot of arilate outerwear, but the first thing I felt with this racket was the softness of the shot, which I can't think of as carbon.
Serve, Tsutsuki, and stop can be cut firmly without jumping too much. On the other hand, the flick, chiquita, and counter block playing techniques clearly give an initial speed.
Carbon is effective only where you want it to bounce on the table.
And when you hit hard, especially when you grab a drive, you can hold the ball like wood and maximize the amount of rotation and the weight of the ball.
Overall10/10 Speed9 Spin10 Control10 Touch10 Hardness Little soft
Apple star （Experience：１１〜２０ years） it's great! !
Everyone says, first of all, it's not like an outerwear. Draw a real arc. But if you meet well, it will demonstrate the power of carbon. It feels like flying when you want to fly. The board is stiff, but the shot feel is slightly moist. And the sweet spot is wide! ! This is why I was wondering about acoustic carbon, but that's why I chose carbonado. Because the width of the weight of the racket is very large, I think that it is better to specify and purchase in grams. I bought 91 grams because I wanted moderate weight.
Overall10/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control10 Touch10 Hardness little hard
Tango （Experience：More than ２０ years） outer? inner?
Outer with less carbon = inner with normal carbon? I thought about using this racket.
This is because the inner racket is a unique feature of the racket that fits well on the table and feels like wood when lightly hit and gives the carbon-like feel when hit hard. It is considerably lighter than a normal inner racket, so if you want a light inner, it's an outer, but wouldn't this racket be good too? On the other hand, I think that people who like an outer like 145 or 245 are better.
By the way, it was light weight that I could not imagine a carbon racket of 74 g with pen ace! Because the grip is hollow, the center of gravity is slightly closer, but I like that too.
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Ina （Experience：More than ２０ years） Unexpected
It might be better not to think of it as an outer. For better or worse, there is no outer character.
Although there is some dissatisfaction with the amount of rotation and speed, the fit on the table does not seem to be an outer. I think the stability of the blocks and counters is considerable. The outer racket is like an inner, with good control and a feeling of 5 plywood, but with the feel of carbon when hit hard!
Overall8/10 Speed8 Spin8 Control9 Touch8 Hardness little hard
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