SPECIAL CHOICE APEX 21
[Hardness] Medium hardness
[Performance] Spin and Speed are excellent.
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The finest class Kiso Hinoki veneer This super special Apex 21 is compressed by a special high heat pressurization processing process of a 10 mm thick cypress veneer. The advantages of compression are as follows: 1. The vibration during hitting is reduced. 2. Since the section becomes denser than the normal 10 mm single plate, the repulsive force becomes stronger. 3. Thinning makes it easier to play on the table as it is plywood. The compressed veneer has come to be able to hit a powerful drive and a short that can not be obtained with plywood.
- Japanese pen
17,000 Yen（Include tax 18,700 Yen）
- Product code
- 162 × 130, 160 × 38
- Ultra special ion Kiso Hin (Hinoki wood, Single panel)
Dodon （Experience：Less than a year） This is a single board!
It is a rare veneer currently received from relatives. Currently it is a racket that approaches 20000, but according to the story of a relative, it seems that it was several thousand yen about 20 years ago, I was surprised! Though it is the impression that I used here, it is easy to handle even for the person who holds the racket for the first time, and it is easy to carry out the drive, the tabletops such as Tsutsuki, and above all, the power of smash is huge. It is worthwhile, but I think it's something that even new students who just got into the table tennis club can use it! As it can be broken or dented just after dropping a little, please be careful in handling.
Overall9/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control7 Touch10 Hardness Little soft
Recommended rubber (Forehand) Sriver FX
Charmin （Experience：More than ２０ years） Arm Arm Strong Super Special APEX 21 KASE GRIP
I bought a second-hand item with a good degree and used it for backside striking.
Until now, I have used a special thickness of 10.5 mm of Darker speed 90, the speed of playing is quite fast and I can fly it easily, so I still keep it as a favorite, but I thought I would try the backside striking method, etc. When I was looking for a racket for, I found a racket for Armstrong's Kasegrip.
The angle of the back side is very easy to get out because of the skein grip, and it is easy to handle even for beginners on the back side. Originally, it seems to be a racket that is easy to swing when hitting the fore side with the backhand, but after switching from a single-sided pen to a back-side pen, it became possible to hit the back side in about two months. I tried the back side with a reversing pen, but it was difficult for beginners to get the angle. Even when hitting with the fore, it will be a swing that gets caught up due to the skein grip, but it has the ability to react even if it is late for the opponent's ball. It is interesting that the 9mm veneer is compressed and is 8.7mm. I would like to purchase another one as a spare racket.
Overall10/10 Speed9 Spin10 Control10 Touch10 Hardness little hard
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