[Hardness] Little soft
[Performance] Control and Spin to have excellent
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Most players are looking for that rubber that fits them just right. Nittaku has introduced the Fastarc series with a variety to choose from. The C-1 comes into the series softer than G-1 and P-1 but a bit harder than S-1 for more speed while still maintaining a high degree of control. Slower and controllable in the short game, good placement and pace on medium shots, and power on solid shots.
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- 5,600 Yen（Include tax 6,160 Yen）
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Players use Fastarc C-1
Reviews by user
Medium pen Uraura haste （Experience：１１〜２０ years）
KCK back in Nde use backside I do not know Nde not Saab not drive spear-friendliness for the G-1 the same under the rotation of the (Chinese-style Kevlar carbon Nittaku) is amazing, impression like me into the really selfish I, personally glue era in JO Waldner SC the use have bench processing is not particularly spear difficult technology as much as the drive is easy to do and when he is also serial drama also block no problem block is so much Nde I is weak reference become not as I wonder if you, but just a little soft be, that is was particularly not to smash to say do you I just soft trouble to G-1 is too float
All10/10 Speed8 Spin9 Control10
V & gt; 15 Extra （Experience：４〜５ years） Harder than I expected
The first thing I thought about using this rubber was that it was hard. If C1 is so hard, I didn't think that G1 which is one step higher hardness is too hard, but I remember that it was unexpectedly soft when I asked G1 to lend me and hit it. There may have been individual differences, but the Fastark series seems to feel that the grains are dense and hard as a whole. By that amount, the serve and loop rotate as if the ball and rubber are fixed when rubbing. Basically, it is easy to handle and has high rotation performance, so I think that it can be used for the back side of intermediate level and above. It is highly recommended for those who are aware of the height of the arch line.
All9/10 Speed8 Spin10 Control10 Hardness Hard
Racket recommended use INNERFORCE LAYER ALC.S
ONE （Experience：２〜３ years） Not a balanced system
I borrowed a friend's. I think that the target layer is the same, so compare it with the Lygan spin.
The ligans spin feels like it flies in an arc without permission,
c1 has a straight trajectory and speed. Close to speed tension.
The momentum is similar. The amount of rotation does not change that much.
A rubber that adds speed to the ligane spin. If this is the case, choose this one.
All8/10 Speed8 Spin6 Control8 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use TB5α
Hide （Experience：More than ２０ years） Enter often
Uses fore and back special thickness
Ability fore is advanced, back is intermediate level
The slight downside in the fore is that when it comes to playing against higher level players, I feel lack of speed and rotation. Tends to go to the counter and look at the rally
Because of that, the fore is now sticking a hard, bouncy rubber.
The back side is currently in use
I use the back because it is a rubber that responds to that feeling because I want a ball of reasonable quality to connect to the fore that I am good at and a sense of stability.
I have tried various things on the back side
Tenergy, Dignix, Rosena, Target Pro, Super Ventus ...
The amount of rotation and speed have increased and the probability of scoring has increased
Instead, I also suffered from control.
I have been using it for several years while I often worry about the rubber on the back.
All9/10 Speed8 Spin8 Control10 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use CARBONADO 45
I think it's a pretty good rubber, but it didn't suit me. My friend said that the rotation would take longer than Rosena, but I thought Rosena had more. But there is no difference. The drive was harder than Rosena. Compared to Rosena, I think it's easier to do. The techniques that were easy to do with Fastark c1 are counters and blocks. Since the rubber is not very powerful in the first place, the counters and blocks were very easy to do. By the way, Tsukki is a rubber that is more susceptible to rotation than Rosena and Vega Europe, so at first you may drop a ball that has been rotated downwards. [It's okay if you can] But instead of being easily affected, you will get a pulling stick. I said it badly because it didn't suit me, but I think it's a pretty good rubber if you can master it because there are some professionals and some who use it. As for Tsukki, I forgot to say that Fastark c1 takes more rotation than Rosena.
All6/10 Speed6 Spin7 Control9 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use Butterfly Hadraw VK
green pepper （Experience：２〜３ years） soft
It's soft and can be used on both sides, and I've been able to handle it for two years. I've made a lot of progress in the competition, so I'd like to continue using it.
All10/10 Speed9 Spin10 Control10 Hardness Soft
Racket recommended use Innerforce Layer ALC
Pig face butazura （Experience：４〜５ years）
The shot feeling is soft and it becomes a habit
It will grab the ball and fly it
I feel that the drive is very stable
The sharpness of the serve is perfect
I think it is suitable for back
All9/10 Speed8 Spin9 Control10 Hardness Little soft
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