DYNASTY CARBON XU XIN EDITION
[Hardness] Little hard
[Performance] Speed and Spin are excellent.
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Dynasty Carbon Xu Xin Edition is the result of years of development in search of a carbon blade with the ultimate balance between classic wood feel, known as the “STIGA feeling”, and carbon fabric development. We have developed and designed Dynasty Carbon together with World- and Olympic champion Xu Xin, to create a blade especially for the omniscient player who masters all elements of Table Tennis. The Dynasty Carbon Xu Xin Edition uses a newly developed Swedish made and patented carbon technology which makes the carbon fabric as stable and strong near the edges as in the middle, without affecting the overall balance and weight of the blade. This new Carbon technology is called TeXtreme+. TeXtreme+ draws from the original TeXtreme Spread Tow Carbon Technology and consists of an advanced, super thin carbon fiber fabric that maximizes the strength-to-weight ratio. Dynasty Carbon Xu Xin Edition is built with a thick middle veneer which enhances the core feeling and overall balance of the blade. The outer veneer is Koto, chosen for its quality and short in-game dwell time in comparison to more traditional outer veneers. This blade which combines superb touch with unbeatable power, gives you the possibility to be as creative, technical and powerful as Xu Xin. Dynasty Carbon Xu Xin Edition includes a signature of Xu Xin and features a uniquely designed lens by Xu Xin and his wife and former Chinese National Team player Yao Yan, describing their love story.
- Chinese pen
- Product code
- Wood, Carbon, Other, 7 ply wood
Snow leopard （Experience：１１〜２０ years） Racket beyond imagination
There is no big difference in performance between the regular version and the licensed version. I used both, but even if the quality of the licensed version is better, I don't care.
I think it is an area of individual differences. So please buy one you like (laughs)
Although it was the performance, unexpected unexpectedly occurred repeatedly
Dynasty seems to be an enhanced version of Carbonado 190
I was surprised that Konomi chose 190, which has a relatively low ball holder ... (I personally have about the outer ALC).
He has a good ball
I feel like it ’s about 145-90 for carbonade. The wood has changed and the material is harder.
There was no impression that the ball possession was too bad
And the speed is perfect
THE outer racket
And was characteristic of carbonado
Owing to operability
Has been taken over
Only these two before use
Since it became harder, the ball separation, operability, and the goodness of carbonado were gone ...
There was a feeling that it would be like this when Super ALC came out
Just because it ’s heavy
If you are not confident, we recommend ALC Rake and Carbonado
Overall10/10 Speed10 Spin8 Control9 Touch10 Hardness little hard
Laquemania （Experience：１１〜２０ years） Light individuals should be avoided!
We purchased with pen, but racket is heavy, too heavy. Well, average weight is around 95 grams and it is natural, but when special thickness rubber is pasted, it easily goes over 195-200 grams. If it is a shake, it is still a superweight class racket in the middle pen. It would be nice if I had muscle strength, but I could not use it because of the swing speed falling on my shoulder. For many years, I used to use a medium pen, but it was the heaviest racket I bought. Of course, it is not possible to do the conventional good swing, and the result is to put back the original racket by the quick assault to the bad spiral that the swing delay occurs and the good ball can not take out.
It will be good as a performance and a racket, but if you are good at using Kore, you need to have some physical skills to use. By the way, I have a total weight of less than 185-190 grams with an average rack of 86.87 grams. Still it is a heavy finish for medium pen users, but I like that "heavy! I feel ". It is definitely a good racket. .
After this, it is better to refrain from lighter individuals with this racket. This is a good racket because it is "heavy". It is a blade and a feature that does not make sense if lightened.
I would appreciate your understanding.
Overall7/10 Speed10 Spin9 Control7 Touch8 Hardness hard
happy （Experience：１１〜２０ years） To step up from 7 pieces of plywood
This racket is an outer carbon, but it is a racket with a feel of hitting like seven pieces of wood plywood.
However, I was surprised at the difference between the feel and the feel at first with carbon itself at the same time as ballistics and ballistics, but I gradually got used to using it
I also thought that this racket is very heavy (100g) and requires considerable muscle strength to swing back and forth
It is a sound to write a special note, there is also a thing that the rubber that I'm sticking is Q5, and when I hit it against the rubber and fly it's good to feel the ball flying along with the high metallic sound
I felt that the technology of protection could be done as well as 7-ply plywood without overflying and flying too much, but when I put on a drive, the speed would be quite good, but there were many cases where the rotation did not stop and it did not fall on the table I felt that it was necessary to adjust the area
Overall10/10 Speed9 Spin8 Control6 Touch9 Hardness little hard
Excellent compatibility with Golden Tango! Speed of tension burr comes out! But rotation is more than tension. It is a good racket!
Overall9/10 Speed8 Spin9 Control8 Touch8 Hardness little hard
Anonymous w （Experience：６〜１０ years） Easy to use
I changed from LATICA 7!
It is a racket that is fairly easy to handle and can be recommended for people of various ages!
It is also good to feel that you are not overwhelmed by the opponent because it will rotate and speed even if you stick the adhesive rubber!
Overall10/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control8 Touch9 Hardness little hard
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