[Hardness] Little hard
[Performance] Speed and Spin are excellent.
Averages reviews points
- Reprint model of old classics "SK7"
Jun wood seven plywood racket royal road there is a use track record of top players, appeared in a new guise. And the power of seven plywood, will not have the pure wood racket peculiar delicate sense. It is recommended for players who seek a dynamic and delicate play.
- 6,800 Yen（Include tax 7,480 Yen）
- Product code
- 157 × 150mm
- 91g g
- Wood, 7 ply wood
Ume-chan （Experience：２〜３ years）
Although it seems to be only seven plywoods, it feels a bit heavy but I recommend it to the second racket so I know immediately when hitting the core. Moreover, I think that it is a racket that does not choose rubber as it was easy to use although I used pasty leopard and the polar pole in the past.
Overall9/10 Speed8 Spin8 Control9 Touch10 Hardness Little soft
Hako （Experience：４〜５ years） 7 pieces of the royal road! !!
Heavy / hard / fly
It is one of the 7 plywoods that is packed, and if you put a hard rubber on the back surface of this racket, it will be quite difficult to handle. The hard adhesive rubber fits very well on the fore surface, and it is easy to hit a nasty ball that seems to be sticky and a powerful drive unique to hard rubber.
I want to hit a more powerful ball using light 7 plywood such as swat! I highly recommend it to people.
Overall10/10 Speed9 Spin9 Control8 Touch10 Hardness little hard
Recommended rubber (Forehand) NEO HURRICANE 3
is there （Experience：４〜５ years） How nice
I used to use the best of Japanese before this racket, but since it is heavy pretending, I asked this racket adviser teacher
It ’s lighter, and maybe my footwork is better.
It also takes a lot of rotation. Someone's rubber of Mark V is pasted
The speed is also very high. You can see who used it. Excellent control. You can hit where you want to do it.
Sound is good
Overall8/10 Speed8 Spin7 Control8 Touch10 Hardness Little soft
Yanji （Experience：２〜３ years） It's the best w
I put on leopard
Best shin w
Good adhesion and good wood are in mesh!
You should use it at least once
Overall9/10 Speed10 Spin8 Control7 Touch9 Hardness Soft
Apple （Experience：１１〜２０ years） Hard 7 plywood
It is not easy to handle with 7 plywood, but its power and speed are certain.
Recommended for those who want to fly with the feeling of wood instead of carbon
Overall10/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control10 Touch10 Hardness little hard
Samon （Experience：２〜３ years） A little heavy but easy to hit
Bounce well. I am 173g in the thickness of G1 and Morist SP. I feel that it is a bit heavier than 5 plywood, but if you get used to it there is no problem.Meeting and driving also give good balls It is somewhat difficult to stop short but it is only practice (laugh)
I think it is recommended for male students who have power because it is more affordable than special materials.
Overall10/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control8 Touch10 Hardness little hard
Willow shion (group) （Experience：４〜５ years） Solid wood for the modern age where carbon is the mainstream
Speaking of seven pieces, I think everyone has the consciousness of sk7.
Heavy, hard, reliable.
It gives you speed and spins well. And bounce.
It's kind of like the King of seven pieces.
I used to use carbon before, but my friend used sk7 (now out of print) and borrowed it...
"This is... the racket that suits me...!"
We purchased next.
You can stick to the front team and play high-speed table tennis, or you can use the momentum to play with the opponent in the apse, or you can leave it to the power and pull out with a full swing. Anything, like that. …But you need to get used to it.
Even if I flick without stopping, I will pull it as close as I can to hit it.
I can't say to anyone who likes Tsuttsuki or Stop or something like that.
However, if it is a drive man, it is definitely a racket you want to try once.
Overall9/10 Speed9 Spin9 Control7 Touch10 Hardness little hard
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