WANOKIWAMI MIDORI DEF
[Hardness] Little soft
[Performance] Spin and Control are excellent.
Averages reviews points
WANOKIWAMI - a unique project. Takeshi Wanaka, a Japanese master in wood processing with the focus on processing noble woods and andro® developers worked together hand in hand. Wanaka, a well known greatness in his field with many international awards, brings all his know-how of selection, processing and bonding premium-wood into this project. The andro® development team has deliberately left a free hand to Takeshi Wanaka in many respects to allow influences from another wood processing branch. Promotion players, coaches and test players have confirmed this in numerous tests with one voice.
- Chinese pen
16,000 Yen（Include tax 17,600 Yen）
- Product code
- 86g ±
- 5 plywood (Wood, 5 ply wood)
A fresh cutman
In a nutshell, it is very easy to cut and easy to attack and easy to attack.
This racket is recommended if you are planning to start cutting man.
Overall10/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control10 Touch10 Hardness Little soft
HK table tennis man （Experience：４〜５ years） Racket that can do anything
I am using a medium pen, but the grip is a little longer than other medium pens, so
Even if you have a shake, there is almost no discomfort.
Therefore, pendora, pen grain, shake cut, shake attack, shake heterogeneity, etc.
You can switch to various battle types.
Also, because the grip length is exquisite, depending on the practice, even during the rally
You will be able to switch between holding a pen and holding a shake with one hand.
Originally it is a racket for cutting, so the attack power is modest, but it is possible to increase the attack power depending on the rubber.
(However, considering the stability of the backside striking method when pen grains are used, soft rubber is recommended.)
I think that it can be said that it is a racket with infinite possibilities without being bound by stereotypes.
Overall10/10 Speed8 Spin10 Control10 Touch10 Hardness Soft
Recommended rubber (Forehand) TENERGY 19
Recommended rubber (Backhand) Curl P-3αR OX (Curl P3 Alpha R OX)
WINNER （Experience：６〜１０ years） Blade big
The blade was bigger than the previous racket, so I hit the table quite a bit until I got used to it.
I was the type to hit in front on the back table, so it was a little hard to have a big blade.
I can't really feel that it bounces about 7 plywood ... But I'm glad that v15 extra is a rubber that bounces so much that it fits in unexpectedly.
It's not suitable for the table ... Rather, it's not suitable for the attack table, and it's really good if it's a change system or grain height. (When I changed the racket, it would have been nice to have 8 attacks w)
Overall7/10 Speed7 Spin8 Control9 Touch7 Hardness Little soft
Dozo （Experience：１１〜２０ years） Try sticking rubber made in Japan!
There is a cut that can bring out the habit by taking advantage of the unique performance of Japanese rubber. It's Egui.
Overall9/10 Speed7 Spin10 Control9 Touch9 Hardness Little soft
Recommended rubber (Forehand) Q4
Talk （Experience：１１〜２０ years） Strongest if used
This racket requires a little getting used to, and if you get used to it, it is the strongest, but I felt that my feelings were liable to change while I was not hitting a little. Once you get used to it, you will return soon. The first shot I felt was a little habit and it was soft, so I thought that anyone could use it, but as I gradually increased the thickness of rubber etc., I thought that it would be impossible for beginners. However, I think that this racket is the strongest among Cutman's rackets for those who are intermediate or above.
Thank you for your consideration.
Overall10/10 Speed7 Spin10 Control10 Touch10 Hardness Little soft
Tarafuku （Experience：４〜５ years） Maximum elongation and heavy cut
At first, I felt that the rubber on this racket did not fly at all (Takines chop). However, the next leopard turbo orange was stretched out and it was a very different feel. As for the impression of 05 and 80, I felt that the rotation was not enough than that of the Kyoto Leopard Turbo Orange, but there was no difference there. For 80, I tried backcutting once with a good balance between attack and cut, but if you are very restrained and you are good at turning back, it is recommended that you fight back while turning back during the match . I think that even beginners can use it because it will not be easily extended if a takines chop is put up. Until you get used to it, it may become unstable, but you have to put up with it until you get used to it. Please use it once. 05 was the best among the rubbers described in ↑. It is personal impression. The thickness is thick.
Overall9/10 Speed7 Spin10 Control10 Touch9 Hardness little hard
Recommended rubber (Forehand) TENERGY 05
Tarafuku （Experience：６〜１０ years） Maximum elongation and heavy cut
When attacking, it stretches very much and fits into the opponent's court, and when cutting, it takes a lot of rotation. You just need to get used to it. But if you get used to it, you can use it even for beginners. Intermediate and advanced users are recommended for those who want to cut while cutting the attack firmly. Please try using it.
Overall10/10 Speed9 Spin10 Control10 Touch10 Hardness Soft
Recommended rubber (Forehand) DIGNICS 05
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