[Hardness] Little soft
[Performance] Control and Spin are excellent.
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Reviews of Fortius FT5. Players who use Racket evaluate various points such as hardness, momentum, weight, item by item to worry, and feel at impact thoroughly.
6,700 Yen（Include tax 7,370 Yen）
- Product code
- 158 × 150
- Wood, 5 ply wood
Tatsudeko （Experience：２〜３ years） Easy to handle and spin it takes!
Bending is easy to felt and spin control.
Because his is a front-end, the speed is slower will feel easy to handle in reverse.
Compatibility with the GF T40 is also good Chiquita also easier, I feel as became well.
Mizuno was elected rental tried various, but I thought it was very good balance. I have not tried from the apse, but tough when it falls be ...
Overall10/10 Speed7 Spin10 Control10 Touch10 Hardness Soft
Beginner kid （Experience：４〜５ years） Racket to buy first without habit
It is a stable racket that seems to be five. First of all, players who are used to carbon and 7 sheets will have more net mistakes because they do not fly first. It is a racket that does not go over the net unless you swing it off quite well.
There was no impression that the plate thickness was too thick and easy to rotate. I felt it was a racket without features that emphasize control. If you are looking for the first or all-round racket, I think that it is good for foreign players in front. I sang "Hidden Masterpiece" in the video, but I didn't feel good at all. It is easy to handle for beginners and can be recommended.
Overall4/10 Speed5 Spin7 Control8 Touch7 Hardness Little soft
Chaco chin man It is hard to turn
Despite the plate thickness of 6.6, the weight was in the first half of 80, so I felt that a great racket was scuffing and I couldn't feel it being hit.
So far, I've been preferring to use a thickness of about 5.8-6.1 and playing table tennis with an emphasis on rotation.
But it certainly felt like a five-ply plywood that was easy to speed up. Rather than focusing on rotation, we will attack with a balance of spin and speed. I thought it would be good for those who like a light racket that seeks control over a variety of meats and drives. The only good thing about this racket was that the straight grip was quite thick and there was a sense of gripping it firmly.
Overall6/10 Speed7 Spin6 Control7 Touch8 Hardness Little soft
Mum （Experience：４〜５ years） Ease of use is Pikaichi
It is lightweight and easy to handle 5 plywood.
Spin is easy to put on, I think that control comes into considerable good category.
Just as power and trade-off is easy to handle, I feel that there is no depth of pocket for skills like swat or inner force layer series.
I think that middle and advanced players will feel unsatisfactory, but it is the best racket for step-up.
Since the weight is very light and the ball holding is firmly felt, even if the rubber is somewhat heavy and hard, it will allow it.
Since the racket itself is not powerful, you should not lower it as much as possible. Honest in the middle and backwards is insufficient.
It is recommended for the first one.
If you want power, seven plywood Fortius is better.
Overall6/10 Speed4 Spin6 Control8 Touch4 Hardness Little soft
Sky （Experience：２〜３ years） It is light and easy to use.
Because it is light, it is easy to swing, rotation and control work well, it is compatible with high elasticity and attack type rubber.
Overall8/10 Speed7 Spin6 Control9 Touch9 Hardness Soft
Takuo Very good
The speed is not so much
Rotation and hitting feeling are good at digging in!
Overall10/10 Speed10 Spin8 Control10 Touch10 Hardness Little soft
back （Experience：２〜３ years） Really it was easy to hit
It takes properly the rotation!
Uchikaese in I thought the place!
It is soooo
Overall5/10 Speed5 Spin5 Control5 Touch5 Hardness Soft
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