[Hardness] Little soft
[Performance] Speed and Spin to have excellent
Averages reviews points
The VO > 102 rubber is one of the latest innovations made by VICTAS. The geometry of the short and slightly wider pimples of this High Energy Tension pips-out rubber was optimized in a way that will enable you to create your own effective spin variations. The new pips design will also provide for direct ball feedback and excellent control. With the combination of an elastic sponge, High Energy Tension Technology, plus a pips-out top rubber sheet which is made for speed, VO > 102 offers playing characteristics that will be an inspiration even for absolute top players. Benefit from the experience of our Japanese pips-out experts and German rubber design know-how (GJ Tec).
- Short pimples
- 4,600 Yen（Include tax 5,060 Yen）
- Product code
- 37.5 ± 3
Reviews by user
raccoon （Experience：２〜３ years） Verified Purchase
It was the first table software, but since the back was originally a meat type hit method
It was very easy to use.
All9/10 Speed9 Spin10 Control8 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use Zhang Jike ALC
true Rotation is over easy table rubber
In the table rubber I think that easily multiplied by rotation. I think speed is also satisfactory. Flick it was easy to do.
All9/10 Speed8 Spin10 Control8
Racket recommended use Butterfly Hadraw VK
Kyu-chan （Experience：１１〜２０ years） Bumpy rubber
I am trying various changes from Hammond FA.
It is an impression that it will fly too much if you change from a speed system that takes a little rotation to this.
Most of the tech was fine, but I had the impression that the knuckles didn't come out much except when blocking.
Personally, the problem was flicking, and when I put it on and flicked like the rubber in front, over mistakes occurred repeatedly.
I think that practice is necessary here because the tabletop processing is not stable unless it is processed while rotating with a feeling close to the back.
Also, since it is easily affected by the rotation of the other party because it gets caught, it will over-miss if you do not flip it lightly instead of matching the slow loop that took rotation.
Personally, it's a rubber that I think I should get used to, so I plan to use the one that is better than the V103 that I will try soon.
Rubber that has been used in the past
・ Hammond FA
・ Sonic AR
・ Super Spin Pips
・ Double Happiness Shanghai's rotation system (I don't remember because I was in elementary school)
All8/10 Speed9 Spin9 Control7 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use Acoustic Carbon
Katsuobushi （Experience：４〜５ years） You can hit it from behind!
I'm a cutman who attacks a lot
Is it easy to hit when you go back? I bought it!
I used to use a knuckle, but after all
It bounces very much w I was surprised when I hit it for the first time!
You can drive as well as the back, and it will take a lot of rotation!
I thought it was good, but after all it must be intermediate or advanced
I can't master it, it was difficult to control when I was hit!
All9/10 Speed10 Spin7 Control7 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use DEFENSIVE PRO
Dendenmushi （Experience：１１〜２０ years） On the pen table
I usually use Booster SA (about 12 years), so it will be a comparative review. I usually use the special thickness of Booster SA (sponge thickness 2.1 to 2.3). This time vo102 is set to MAX.
The shape, size, height, density, and texture of both whelks are exactly the same. The sponge thickness is exactly the same. However, the thickness of the top sheet under the whelk is clearly thicker for vo102.
Everyone says vo102 in the review and the selling side says, but it will fly. The hitting sound was also the sound of applying the zipper. I think the sponge is softer than SA and has a strong repulsive force. Also, it takes a little more rotation than SA (although it is more affected by the rotation of the other party), and I think that the whelk is probably harder to fall down than SA. Personally, vo102 also has a back-to-back feeling that is common in recent rotating table software. Of course, it gives a sense of stability, so I think it's good for those who attack from themselves (although extra thickness may be sufficient). Honestly, another table software is suitable if you place importance on bench, service, receive, and change. In conclusion, vo102 is a rubber with a clear personality, so if there is a person who is using it with a familiar player, it is better to judge by looking at that person's play.
All8/10 Speed10 Spin9 Control7 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use LEGACY CARBON
kaoru （Experience：６〜１０ years） In use on the current foreground
I feel that it will show its true value when combined with a stiff racket.
If the drive feels like rubbing on the surface rather than letting it get into the sponge, a ball with a large amount of rotation will go.
Meet hitting, smashing speed without saying. Control takes some getting used to, but the power is perfect.
I think there are some situations where it is difficult to control when migrating from the back software.
All9/10 Speed10 Spin7 Control7 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use Forutiusu FT
Working people around （Experience：６〜１０ years） Horizontal table software
Starting with spin pips, spectrum, Hammond FA, etc., I have used various table software such as Morist SP.
It is natural that this rubber is sideways and easy to rotate, but the playing technique is also very easy to do and it is ranked first in the personal table software ranking.
The only weakness is that it bounces well, so be careful with the sponge thickness (mainly medium)
All8/10 Speed8 Spin7 Control7 Hardness Soft
Racket recommended use Swat Power
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