[Hardness] Medium hardness
[Performance] Speed and Spin are excellent.
Averages reviews points
- Easy to handle carbon racket
Brought the attack force carbon "TAMCA5000", to achieve a light blade is excellent operability diluted. It is one of the recommended for players who want to migrate to special material racket from pure wood racket.
- 7,800 Yen（Include tax 8,580 Yen）
- Product code
- 157 × 150mm
- 77g g
- Three plywood + carbon (5 ply wood)
Tatsuko （Experience：２〜３ years） It will take considerable rotation
I feel the hit feeling is quite soft.
Because drive is felt as if you can shake it a lot, it feels quite strong.
It is easy to play the outer carbon firmly when hitting a counter.
There is little feeling in the hand.
Although it is light, it is easy to swing, but the ball is light (sweat)
It is light, I want to blame the pitch quickly with no gap in the fore table.
On the B side, it seems that it will not be heavy even if the heavy rubber is heavy, so the back is under consideration.
Overall9/10 Speed9 Spin10 Control10 Touch6 Hardness Soft
Recommended rubber (Backhand) Supinpippusu Blue
Adhesive （Experience：６〜１０ years） Realize the high potential again
I used it when I was in junior high school, but when I went to high school and tried using it again, I was surprised at how good it felt. I used to use Tornado King now, but I changed it. The racket weight is very light and the swing speed is higher than before, and the two elements that strengthen the flight as it is with carbon are combined, it is easy to control and it flies, so I felt that it is quite compatible with adhesion. Recently, I felt that it is the best racket among the adhesive boom and the spin type tension rubber with strong catching is being developed one after another.
Overall10/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control10 Touch10 Hardness Little soft
ᐠ (ᐛ) ᐟ Aaaaaaaaaaaaa （Experience：Less than a year） Strong repulsion and light!
First of all, I chose a different rubber because I didn't have a choice for the B-side rubber, but the type is Jupiter's (galaxy), orange sponge, not the bullspo sold by wrm.
I use adhesive rubber, but since SK carbon bounces well, it can compensate for the momentum that adhesive rubber does not have. The control is good, and since SK carbon is light, the weight can be suppressed even if rubber such as heavy madness is attached. However, the top plate is weak. It peeled off a little and withered when it was replaced. I thought I should apply a racket coat.
Overall8/10 Speed9 Spin8 Control7 Touch8 Hardness Little soft
Michael tomioka （Experience：１１〜２０ years） Cospa is good and easy to handle
It's cheap while the butterfly carbon racket is soaring ~
There is momentum and it takes rotation
It's light in weight, so it's really good!
Overall10/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control10 Touch10 Hardness little hard
Hi ~ （Experience：２〜３ years） Light and high performance, but lacking
I searched for a light racket and purchased it.
I really like it. In particular…
〇 It's light, but it's faster because it can be shaken off
〇Because it is light, switching is quick
〇 Carbon does not fly too much
〇There is nothing inferior to the previous racket (7 plywood)
〇 I think the performance is higher than the price
The problem is ...
✕ The surface is a weak material such as balsa wood, so it may be chipped or rubber.
Debris will come off when re-covering
Overall9/10 Speed9 Spin8 Control8 Touch8 Hardness little hard
onion （Experience：２〜３ years）
Anyway, it's light!
Not suitable for driving because the ball separates quickly (○ if sticky)
Light so easy to swing and easy to rally and front-end play
On the contrary, it is difficult to play on the table
Nittaku Cellenty BALCA (discontinued) borrowed from a friend
The control and shot feeling were good
Overall8/10 Speed9 Spin7 Control6 Touch7 Hardness little hard
Chiquita （Experience：Less than a year） For the second racket, who makes carbon
I purchased it as my first racket. First, it doesn't bounce more than Nittaku's fly at carbon. I rented it because my friend is a fly at, but I think SK carbon has better controllability without bouncing too much. It takes a lot of rotation, and I think it's good as a "person who makes carbon from wood for the first time, a second racket". I think it's better to stop the first racket being fly at carbon for the first time. That bounces too much. I think it is difficult for beginners to handle. It also feels like TSP's Jurass. (SK carbon)
Overall8/10 Speed7 Spin7 Control8 Touch7 Hardness Little soft
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