TSP 730

Everyone's rating [Hardness] Little hard
[Performance] Control and Spin to have excellent
TSP 730

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Averages reviews points

  • Rating: 7.38 / 10
  • 8 reviews
    • Speed:4.88
    • Spin:7.63
    • Control:8.38
    Ultra-friction control system and the sticky back software

    Strength staple items in the classic sticky, ultra-friction rubber. Hard sponge is to create a strong rotation that was stable, well received in the cut man.

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    Specifications

    Producer
    TSP
    Product code
    020001
    Speed
    8.25
    Spin
    10.0
    Hardness
    50 ± 3

    Reviews by user

    • memory

      (Experience:6〜10 years)

      Reviews by user

      Although it is a sticky rubber for beginners, I think that even girls' cut-man advanced level is a rubber that is fully applicable.
      Better stickiness such as leopard leopard and more, if you further lower the striking point, you will get a sense of stability, and it will be cut with sharpness.
      Attacks are difficult to drive stronger, so it is recommended for athletes who can smash angularly with chance while sticking with the basic defense.

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      2018/06/03
      All
      7/10
      Speed
      3
      Spin
      8
      Control
      10
      Hardness Hard
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    • Yuya

      (Experience:2〜3 years) Counterattack .... Rapid smash !!!

      Reviews by user

      I am a cutman backman from today.
      This 730 rubber is the rubber I was using before changing the rubber this time.
      This rubber was hard with a sponge hardness of 50 ± 3, but I did not feel that it was too hard.
      Rather, it's soft so the cut won't last long without some pressure.
      Well, first of all it's Tsutsuzuki.
      Tutsuki has had both rotation and speed.
      There was nothing special and there was a sense of stability.
      Next is smash.
      The ease of counterattack was simmering, smashing the other party's sweet return ball (Tsutsuki), which is common to Cutman. There is speed, too, and power is right. As we can counterattack stably, we can turn to attack with confidence.
      It is a cut at the end.
      The opponent's strong drive can be cut by rotating firmly.
      However, for the other party's loose drive, it was difficult to cut.
      I do knuckle cut for a loose drive, but I couldn't use it well because I did not bounce.

      See original review

      2019/07/15
      All
      9/10
      Speed
      10
      Spin
      8
      Control
      7
      Hardness Little soft

      Racket recommended use KOJI MATSUSHITA SPECIAL

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    • Novice kid

      (Experience:4〜5 years) As a cut rubber

      Reviews by user

      I used it in a cut. There was a sense of stability, stickiness, easy to put out a cut ball with a low arch line.
      The absolute value of spin is not high, but I think that it is very easy to use for beginner cut man.
      The backhand drive does not get speed, but if you rub it up it's easy to do. It is a very nice rubber for cutting.

      See original review

      2018/10/26
      All
      8/10
      Speed
      3
      Spin
      7
      Control
      9
      Hardness Hard

      Racket recommended use Shiono DEF

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    • MR-01

      (Experience:More than 20 years) I think that it is good for cutting

      Reviews by user

      I think that it can be used as a cutting rubber for beginners. It is hard and the momentum is suppressed, the flight distance is stabilized. Kill is also reasonable. Tsutsuki can be put out with low trajectory. Since there is little anxiety over mistake, you seem to be able to remember to put it firmly from yourself. I can not deny the lack of speed on the attack surface. I can not put out the power of the drive, so I think that it is better to hit it and hit it.

      See original review

      2018/08/15
      All
      8/10
      Speed
      6
      Spin
      9
      Control
      9
      Hardness Hard
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    • visitor

      It was better than I thought

      Reviews by user

      Although I was putting the middle in Astron Yellow, I changed the rubber to the differential play sensor so I used the rubber and used it most, but the most felt life is long. I have not changed it for three months, but I also have to rotate firmly. What if you are looking for a lifetime that is long and cheap? It is recommended for beginners and intermediate people.

      See original review

      2017/09/19
      All
      8/10
      Speed
      7
      Spin
      8
      Control
      10
      Hardness Hard

      Racket recommended use Def play Senzo

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    • visitor

      (Experience:More than 20 years) Similar to PF4CS

      Reviews by user

      Triple "Boyo N ~~" of change triple-spin from the spin and although the ball did not get used to the feeling that would go bouncing TSP730 skips of yourself feeling balls to say (if you hit the flat), "Passin" caught in the sheet that spoke in Thailand timing is easy to handle and very similar to PF4CS is almost the same sensory and triple-spin

      See original review

      2016/07/12
      All
      7/10
      Speed
      3
      Spin
      7
      Control
      9
      Hardness Hard

      Racket recommended use Brockman Ⅱ

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    • Yutchi @ cut

      For cut Man!

      Reviews by user

      That sense of triple spin I think that some people that do not fit too. Such a person in is very recommended here of rubber! Amount of rotation, such as the triple spin is not, but is a rubber suit to anyone because there is no habit!

      See original review

      2016/05/18
      All
      7/10
      Speed
      5
      Spin
      8
      Control
      7
      Hardness Little soft

      Racket recommended use Hadraw Shield

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