KOKI NIWA WOOD
[Performance] Speed and Spin are excellent.
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Reviews of KOKI NIWA WOOD. Players who use Racket evaluate various points such as hardness, momentum, weight, item by item to worry, and feel at impact thoroughly.
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- 15,000 Yen（Include tax 16,500 Yen）
- Product code
- 90g ±
- Wood, 7 ply wood
Raspai （Experience：４〜５ years） Performance of 7 woods
I bought it cheaply by table tennis navigation.
I felt it was harder than SK 7 but harder than Fortius ST.
Overall9/10 Speed8 Spin8 Control8 Touch10 Hardness hard
NIKAIDOU （Experience：６〜１０ years） Royal road racket
I used to use carbon fiber, but I bought it because I wanted to change it to a wood racket.
I have posted the recommended Ventus because I wanted to emphasize rally and stability from table tennis that punches out with one shot.
I was satisfied with the performance I was looking for, such as the sense of stability in the front team and the sense of security that is not affected by the opponent's ball due to the thickness of the board.
I felt a little lack of power in practice, but in the actual battle format, I think that the power of the connecting ball has increased because I can control it with good ball holding even from the collapsed system.
I feel that the power is insufficient when shooting in a pure middle team, but I think that the ease of countering and the good control have made it possible to score points in the rally more than before.
I think that it is a racket that shines in actual battles rather than practice, so I would like you to try it in a match format.
Also, it goes great with Ventas. If you are looking for stability, please give it a try.
Overall10/10 Speed8 Spin9 Control10 Touch10 Hardness Little soft
Gentiana （Experience：４〜５ years）
I used to use Timo Boll ZLF before, but I felt it was a little heavier than that.
Since I use grain height, I think people on both sides will be even heavier.
However, if you hit it a little, it feels like it bounces, so I don't think you need that much power.
I cut it once in a while, but it fits in well.
By the way, I use straight.
Overall9/10 Speed10 Spin9 Control9 Touch8 Hardness little hard
Stabilize （Experience：２〜３ years） Not pushed by the opponent's rotation
Since it is 7 plywood, I do not feel like losing to the rotation of the opponent (maybe because it is a junior high school student) I thought that if I change the racket, I will fly with a light power so I can counter even with a light touch But it is difficult if I do not cut the stop a little I don't care, but it smells so bad.
Overall10/10 Speed10 Spin8 Control7 Touch10 Hardness hard
Jumping Calvi （Experience：１１〜２０ years） It is nod that Niwa-kun uses it.
It is a drive man behind the all-fore.
I used it for about a year.
This racket is easy to rotate and the feel is very good. It's really fun to hit (laughs)
You can see at hand that it has been rotated well, such as during loop drive.
Also, I think that it seems to be quite compatible with VICTAS's V15 series rubber in a magazine or something, but when I hit it, I understood the meaning. I can not say it well, but it is a feeling that the racket and the rubber are integrated and the goodness can be efficiently drawn out. Counters with V15 extras are easy to do, and if you hit it, you can not lose.
Speaking of bad points, the grip is thick and angular like a timber, and I like it, but it is not suitable for those who prefer thin.
Also, compared to Inner Force Layer ZLC, the sweet spot felt smaller.
It is a racket that can be recommended for those who attack with loop drive.
Overall7/10 Speed7 Spin8 Control8 Touch10 Hardness hard
mushroom （Experience：２〜３ years） Easy to counter!
Anyway, it is easy to do counter play and cut blocks like Niwa player! If you put 47.5 on the fore and 45 on the back, it will be easier to do the counter and the cut block! ..
Overall8/10 Speed10 Spin8 Control5 Touch5 Hardness hard
Ah （Experience：２〜３ years） From middle school students to beginner rackets to people who change
I'm Junior high student. Originally I was confident in my power, so I bought this racket when I was wondering what to buy. I think that the feeling of using it is suitable for those who hit the angle and hit the drive that is easy to handle on the table. The block is stable as well as the counter. However, I think that it is a little difficult in terms of control, but I think it's okay as I get used to it as I use it. I don't know what junior high school students who are thinking of starting from a beginner racket will be helpful, but please refer to it.
Overall10/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control8 Touch10 Hardness hard
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