[Hardness] Little soft
[Performance] Control and Spin to have excellent
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Yasaka Mark V is one of the oldest and well known rubbers in the history of this sport. Originally released in 1969, this rubber helped revolutionize table tennis by proving that a heavy topspin attacking style was not only viable, but would also become the dominant style of table tennis from the 1970s all the way to today. These days, Mark V is still characterized by its grippy surface, medium sponge, and superb control. Today, it is a solid choice for beginners with an allround blade and all the way up to high level play when boosted and on a more offensive blade.
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Ham taro （Experience：４〜５ years） Top of highly elastic rubber
Junior high school age, had been favorite. Sponge, in the sheet both moderate hardness, it is the rotation is likely over. In addition, since there is almost no habit, such as drives and bench processing, I think that it is optimal rubber to learn the technology to apply the rotation. In particular, the control performance in one ranking, fine technique also, you can put in without difficulty also smashed. It feels like control + α power of the control system par. Compared with Sureiba is the same highly elastic rubber, there are minute in speed Sureiba, it is impressive, such as Mark V is the there is a minute to spin and control. However, like other highly elastic, power such as tension or pressure-sensitive adhesive is not expected. So I think not enough and he who above a certain level of ability. Based on the above, this rubber is habit less, because of the high control performance, those who start in the future table tennis, is the perfect rubber for those who migrate from the control system rubber.
All9/10 Speed5 Spin6 Control9
Racket recommended use Swat Carbon
high elasticity believer
Speed doesn't come out much. The momentum is quite small, and the drive enters shallowly. If you get away from the table, net mistakes will also stand out.
Spin: It's pretty good. The sheet catches well and is easy to bite into, so it is easy to rotate. It is recommended for beginners because of the ease of this rotation.
Controls are easy to mess up. It is easy to hit a ball that cuts the side.
Daijo: Tsutsuki stabilizes. The rotation is fine. "The stop will stop firmly." It is easy to do because it does not bounce. Flick is stable, but lacks power. I need to improve my course.
Blocks are stable because they do not bounce. Power does not come out.
Counter: Depending on the opponent's drive, the seat will lose rotation and fall.
Smash Slow, but stable and easy to control.
After all, it is perfect for beginners.
All7/10 Speed6 Spin8 Control9 Hardness Little soft
Mitsuki （Experience：４〜５ years） If you say high elastic rubber, this
This rubber was really good, I put it on the foreground at first, but I think the back is more stable, it can be used by beginners to intermediate level students, and students who tend to stretch their equipment can use this
All7/10 Speed8 Spin7 Control7 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use XSTAR V
mikoto （Experience：１１〜２０ years）
This is the rubber I used when I started playing table tennis during the Cellball era.
It is an impression that I used it again after becoming a 40 mm plastic ball, but as expected the ball does not fly and it does not take much rotation.
If you hit the opponent's end line with a high-tension rubber, it will drop in the middle of the opponent's court.
It doesn't take a spin at all, but it takes only a spin that makes it easy for the opponent to block, so it's hard to score points with a drive.
However, it is easy to control.
It is cheap and easy to control, so it is recommended for beginners who need to acquire the feeling of spinning themselves and aiming for the course.
If you are not particularly particular about Mark V, I think that it is easier for intermediate players and above to use rubber that bounces and rotates more.
All5/10 Speed4 Spin3 Control8 Hardness Little soft
table tennis club （Experience：Less than a year） Perfect rubber for beginners
The first rubber I used when I joined the table tennis club.
It was relatively easy to control the hitting ball, and I was able to learn the basic technique smoothly.
Thanks to this rubber, such as serve, receive, Tsutsuki, fore-back drive, block
I learned the basic techniques and now I can use them in competitions.
I felt that the moderate amount of rotation and the speed of hitting the ball were excellent among high-elasticity rubbers.
Currently, I enjoy playing table tennis with Rosena on the fore side of Falcima and Roundel on the back side.
All8/10 Speed6 Spin7 Control9 Hardness Soft
Racket recommended use FALCIMA
Table tennis - GTR （Experience：２〜３ years） Great for beginners and can be used up to some level
I tried my friend's.
I really like the control.
I think that it is very good because it is a rubber that does not have a habit for beginners to get a feel for it.
Also, if you want to earn points with stable hitting, I think you can use it satisfactorily up to a certain level.
The price is also wallet-friendly, so why not try it?
All8/10 Speed6 Spin7 Control9 Hardness Soft
Racket recommended use EARLEST 7
Kapochi (Yasaka kitchen) （Experience：２〜３ years） Come to the first rubber.
This is the racket I used for the first time.
The control is outstandingly good.
However, since it is a traditional high elasticity rubber, it does not bounce as much as tension, but it is sufficient performance for learning basic techniques.
It takes a lot of rotation, so it is recommended for beginners' first rubber. You can go either foreback.
We recommend combining it with the newly released Mark Carbon.
All7/10 Speed4 Spin6 Control9 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use MARK CARBON
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