Curl P-1R soft
[Hardness] Medium hardness
[Performance] Spin and Control to have excellent
Averages reviews points
A long pimple out rubber with profiled pimple surface. The thin pimples made out of soft rubber, support the possibility to produce dangerous defensive shots. It is possible to bring in your own chopping variation, which almost all professional players prefer.
- Product code
- 55 ± 3
Players use Curl P-1R soft
Reviews by user
memory （Experience：６〜１０ years）
It was the first impression to say that the sponge which the Korean players who are particularly concerned about the impact such as Zhu Sei picker and the like is a solid grain height rubber.
Although it is said to be the rubber with the first change in the curl series, this is right and I think that it is the top class among the rubber used so far. It is not quiet as well as grain height etc of non buyer company.
The cut is also easy to change, the opponent also becomes a ball that is hard to beat.
However, it is a feeling that it is not such a change amount with respect to basic technology of grain height.
However, I think that it is more stable than non - buyer 's rubber.
There are rubbers similar to Karl P1 such as Octopus and Spike P2, but I think that it is the best rubber.
For non-buyer's rubber it is expensive but you can not buy it, but for people who value change, this rubber is easiest to recommend.
From this, I think that the person who wants stability in the cut is Karl P3, and those who want stability in grain technology think PH is recommended.
All10/10 Speed7 Spin10 Control10 Hardness Hard
Racket recommended use Tiruna
Niwa cut man （Experience：Less than a year） Anyway
It is impression that we borrowed in club activity and were hit.
I used it in the back.
The knuckle ball will go to a good course because it does not rotate much
If you shake it firmly, it will return with a rotation that will not go up even those who are good at driving in my club activities.
It does not rotate, but it seems to be difficult to hit.
All9/10 Speed3 Spin10 Control7 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use Def play Senzo
ecoecorarara7 （Experience：６〜１０ years） Speaking of grain height rubber
Compared with Feint Long 2 when I first became a cutman, I've been sticking P-1's extra thin back. In the explanation of TSP, it seems to be the tallest and longest grain shape within the range defined by the rules, and the grain is actually very soft. The racket (Koji Matsushita DF⇒Bioncello⇒Japanese pole-碧-) that has been used for more than 3 months is a grain height that doesn't have a compatibility and doesn't have a racket, but it is used for testing and play At Teru Gosho SC, I feel like the momentum drops a little.
When comparing P-1 and Feint Long 2 with Koji Matsushita DF, P-1 was easier to use with a strong hitting ball in terms of control and cutting, but Feint Long 2 was better for cutting and Tsuttsuki against weak hitting balls. It was easy to do. Although it is hard to wear it, I decided to make it P-1 in consideration of the fact that it was reversed rather than Tsuttsuki and cut with the fore, so I think that area depends on my playing style.
All10/10 Speed8 Spin10 Control9 Hardness Hard
Racket recommended use WANOKIWAMI MIDORI DEF
Anonymous （Experience：４〜５ years）
It felt very good as a cutman.
The more you cut, the longer it takes. Also, if you get used to it, you can smash the floated ball in the back. However, the level of the local tournament is not so irregular because it doesn't rotate much. Also, when the life is about 3 months, the grains will not fall down suddenly and will not rotate and become a knuckle.
All9/10 Speed2 Spin7 Control7 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use Hadraw Shield
Yuya （Experience：２〜３ years） Don't lose to change! (Avoid suicide
I am a cutman on the back table.
This rubber is great for change.
Changes will be made to everything, cuts, pushes, and blocks.
However, I think that it takes a considerable amount of time before a grain high beginner like me gets used to it.
Even if it is not your own intention, it will change
It is not recommended for grain high beginners, as it can not cope with them, causing many net and over mistakes.
I too could not handle this rubber and returned to the table.
I think that I would like to use this rubber which I have peeled off and saved after becoming able to use the grain height for beginners.
All10/10 Speed10 Spin9 Control7 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use KOJI MATSUSHITA SPECIAL
Novice little boy （Experience：４〜５ years） For cut
The block and push in the front row need to get used to rubber which is difficult to handle in grain height, but the change is large and powerful if you can use it. If it is cut, it has a sense of stability and is easy to use. I do not feel that there is a big change in the cut, but stick with the sense of stability and the change there.
All7/10 Speed3 Spin8 Control5 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use Shiono DEF
Ronau Masturbation Nino （Experience：６〜１０ years） Good ^ ^ ~ Kore
It is a strange front pen inside. It is use in the ultra thin with sponge.
You should not expect too much push speed.
Is the block a combination of racquets?
It may be over in the feeling said that it is irresistible compared with the phantom etc. But smash and so on will enter moderately so it is just right but you need to get used to it.
There is a lot of change, but it is a very good rubber that can also knuckle if conscious
All6/10 Speed4 Spin7 Control4 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use SWEDEN CARBON
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