[Hardness] Medium hardness
[Performance] Control and Spin are excellent.
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The Azalea blades draw from the culture and history of Japanese Table Tennis. Developed in close collaboration with Japanese female players in search for the perfectly balanced Offensive blade, the focus is on light weight and outstanding feeling and control. Like all STIGA blades, The Azalea Offensive is built with a harder second layer compared to the Azalea Allround, which increases the power and speed of the blade.
- Chinese pen
10,500 Yen（Include tax 11,550 Yen）
- Product code
- Wood, 5 ply wood
Gento (10 years blank) （Experience：６〜１０ years） One to review yourself
Use Pen Ace 75g. The beauty of the appearance is unusual and the tension rises.
When it is a slap, it is a bit funny with the sound of squeezing. When I hit the drive, I felt the softness I felt good. Though it is a characteristic hit feeling that feels the hardness of the core when it meets it. There are also 5 sheets of plywood and it resonates well in the hand.
It is a racket that can make you feel bad about yourself if you think about it. When I hit hard, both control and speed are good, but when I hit ambiguous, it is over or direct to the net. When you hit the drive, let it be firm and when you meet, you're in the center. I can feel the importance of such basics.
When I look at the appearance and the explanation, I feel that it is suitable for beginners, but I think that it is a racket that middle class people are convinced by far than I thought. But I think that there is a need to make up with the rubber side because the impetus is moderate.
Overall10/10 Speed6 Spin8 Control8 Touch10 Hardness Little soft
Dedenmushi （Experience：１１〜２０ years） With a pen table
It is a review on the pen table.
It is made of 5 pieces of wood and is characterized by its material and thickness. The core and core are thicker than the company's legacy carbon, which uses the same wood, so it is a thin racket, but it is relatively bouncy. It's a racket for women, but it's not a quiet image. I felt that the balance was good at a high level, and I thought that I would play an active part in the front middle team. As a pen table, it flies well with a pleasant sound when you play it, and it is quite recommended when you want to rub it. Personally, the racket is light, so I'm worried that the center of gravity will move away from the grip if you stick both sides or heavy rubber. Although it is ostensibly, it has a strong momentum on the front and table, so I think that it is a racket that should be tried after the foundation of the table is established and the technology and tactics are solidified.
Overall9/10 Speed8 Spin8 Control8 Touch9 Hardness little hard
Show_Leee （Experience：４〜５ years）
This is a transition from stiga's Offensive CR WRB. I used Pen Ace.
Offensive was a racket that was thin and did not bounce well, so I felt good playing with high-strength techniques such as speed drive and smash.
However, it is not too impetuous, and rubbing techniques such as loop drive and serve can be put out stably.
It feels unsatisfactory compared to 7 plywood or carbon rackets, but it is recommended for those who currently use a 5 plywood racket that does not play much and want a little more speed and distance.
I think that it goes well with Chinese rubber, as it will be moderately good without too much momentum.
Overall8/10 Speed7 Spin7 Control8 Touch7 Hardness Little soft
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