[Hardness] Little hard
[Performance] Control and Spin to have excellent
Averages reviews points
- Long pips with extremely hard sponge generating extreme spins.
Two of the world's best defensive players, Chen Weixing and Latin American Champion Liu Song, rely on the new long pimples rubber OCTOPUS, which has been developed in conjunction with these two defensive artists. With OCTOPUS you can play extreme chop shots and also add variation by taking the ball early at the table. An extra hard sponge provides extremely awkward effects for your opponent.
- Long pimples
- 3,600 Yen（Include tax 3,960 Yen）
- Product code
Reviews by user
I love Table Tennis （Experience：２〜３ years） Roller highest of grain sales
First, because the curling of the weaknesses is the rubber that was lost habit even you can approximate such as block poking grain strike is strong in people just starting a table tennis does not recommend
All3/10 Speed1 Spin4 Control5 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use Butterfly Hadraw SK
（Experience：２〜３ years） good
Excellent change and control performance. There is no momentum, so blocks, cuts, etc. cut very well and fit on the table. Pushing is not fast enough to be decided by one shot, so it is better to make a chance with a deep push or a sink and then decide with a fore. It doesn't have the sharp performance of a glass, but it has a good overall balance, and I think it's a good student in grain height. Although the price is a little high, it is a good rubber to recommend especially to defensive players such as foreigners in front and cut man.
All10/10 Speed3 Spin4 Control9 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use JOOLA Chen Weixing
（Experience：２〜３ years） It ’s a little hard, and it ’s pretty good.
Racket Sepiar (Modified Version)
I used 0.5. Red.
The grain is stubborn, but it is easy to fall down thanks to the grain shape, and even if it just touches it, it takes well. Because there is a catch, it is easy to attach changes by yourself. If you raise the fault, there is no shaking. I think that it can be used widely from junior high school students to adults.
All10/10 Speed4 Spin3 Control9 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use MAGIC WALL
Potato （Experience：４〜５ years） Introductory rubber for grain height
I think that it is good for finding my own play because it seems that both grain height stops and stops both little by little. I just heard stories that it is soft and difficult to get used to when changing to the curl series because it is hard. This rubber itself is a good thing so please try using it
All5/10 Speed3 Spin3 Control6 Hardness Hard
Racket recommended use Yorosupin Chinese
Futon （Experience：４〜５ years） Wonderful than curl
This rubber has great stability of topping and cut!
Especially when I cut it, the change was so terrible that I could not return the opponent.
The control is good and I will go to the place I wanted!
After all this has its merit as well.
Although it is my own mistake, if it is a sponge of 1.1 to 1.2 it will overflow when I cut it.
But actually, I am sorry if it did not change even with 0.5.
However, sponge 1.1 ~ 1.2 is not recommended!
After all 50 ° is hard!
I think that it is all right with stability 1.1-1.2.
But, when you cut it, there will be times when there are speed balls, so it will be a nice rubber as well.
This rubber can be recommended for those who want to cut off a stick more than a sticky cut!
After all, I can not recommend it for grain height beginners.
I hope it will be helpful.
Excuse me for the long message.
All9/10 Speed4 Spin6 Control5 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use Joo Saehyuk
Yutchi @ cut Grain height proud of Yola
Yola is proud rubber personally I think rhythm and it is this octopus. Very cost performance is also excellent to, performance is also quite high. Since it is rubber, such as an improved poking is the only weak point of Carl P-1 is recommended for those of cut man!
All7/10 Speed5 Spin8 Control5 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use Def play Senzo
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