[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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Reviews by user
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
Tailor （Experience：More than ２０ years） Traditional rubber
I started playing table tennis for the first time in 30 years
If you are looking for a rubber that fits the 10mm of the Japanese pen
A nostalgic rubber jumped into my eyes
In the old days, everyone used it as much as there was only Mark V or Slaver
It seems to be for beginners now ...
I changed to Mark V instead of the beginning
I can hit it normally, but I felt it was harder than I expected
Maybe a slightly softer rubber would have been better for hitting a plastic ball
All10/10 Speed8 Spin8 Control9 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use HASHA V
Mysterious okaki （Experience：２〜３ years） The first piece for beginners from control and spin
I also pasted both sides on the first sheet. From this price, this quality, it is difficult to adjust the force when you are a beginner, so you tend to make over mistakes, but because of the high control performance, you can enter bang bang. The spin performance is also high, and even when it is difficult to rotate, it takes a certain amount of serve, which is wonderful. On the other hand, I was a little slow, so even if I went to the decision, it was sometimes returned. But I think it's enough. It was a long time, but since it is a spec that is nice for beginners like this, how about the first one?
All8/10 Speed6 Spin8 Control9 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use Innerforce Layer ALC
Mumumu （Experience：２〜３ years） A little more
This is the first rubber I got into club activities in junior high school.
I feel like I want a little more speed (_)
However, the rotation takes some time. (Compared to Slaver EL)
I don't think you will have a hard time serving.
It is recommended for beginners of table tennis because it has good control performance.
All6/10 Speed5 Spin8 Control9 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use ALLROUND EVOLUTION
Stag beetle （Experience：２〜３ years） Rubber for everyone for beginners
I used it when I was just starting table tennis.
There was a good momentum, and it was a moderate amount of rotation. If you just started playing table tennis, Mark V will decide! As expected, it is a highly elastic royal road rubber.
All8/10 Speed6 Spin5 Control8 Hardness Soft
Racket recommended use ALLROUND EVOLUTION
I love table tennis （Experience：４〜５ years） Beginner must see
Yasaka's traditional rubber!
Rubber w that has been evolving for a long time
It is a rubber to bring to beginners!
Very easy to use, rubber that is easy to adapt to any racket!
It is a rubber that I want to use for beginners at least once w
All8/10 Speed8 Spin7 Control10 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use OFFENSIVE CHN REFLEX-system
Yama 2020 （Experience：４〜５ years） Rubber world light tiger (MT)
I think that it is a rubber like a light tiger that has been around for a long time, loves uncles, is well-built and has a long life.
The flight distance is clearly inferior to the tension type, but the speed can be passed enough for middle and high school district competitions.
You'll get a solid form to get a sense of flying yourself rather than a flying jump.
It is not bad to get a license for Vitz (AT), but from the beginning you can ride a light tiger (MT) rather than getting used to the convenience of rubber doing anything, MT sports car can ride with more solid technology I think that.
In other words, it is not the rubber that people aiming for the top of the tournament use in the game.
All8/10 Speed7 Spin8 Control10 Hardness Little soft
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