[Hardness] Pretty soft
[Performance] Spin and Speed to have excellent
Averages reviews points
Your profile is spin driven. You will take the lead with spin at maximum speed.
As a high to pro level player you have what it takes to master the power of this top level 50° hardness sponge boosting your topspin play.
Your full throttle short strokes will activate unseen spin performance at maximum speed. Set a new benchmark with the R50 and be feared. Be honest to yourself and read above text about skills needed again.
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Reviews by user
Poseidon （Experience：Less than a year）
I borrowed it from a friend.
It was good because it was cheap because it was a world rubber but it is hard for junior high school students to deal with, and since life expectancy is short, I think that it is professional oriented.
All9/10 Speed7 Spin9 Control5 Hardness Hard
Racket recommended use Shine
Indonesian （Experience：４〜５ years）
It is easy to bite and relatively easy to hit for its hardness. However, if you hit it with a strong impact, you will get a terrible ball in both rotation and speed. Recommended for those who can use R47. In addition, I think that people who use adhesive but have summer humidity can use it.
All9/10 Speed9 Spin10 Control9 Hardness Little hard
katsuo000 （Experience：More than ２０ years） The seat is different from R47! Hard rubber that is easy to bite!
Ultramax 51g (49g for R47), mainly used at the back
・ I felt that the maximum value of the rotation amount was surprisingly equal to or greater than R47, less than tena hardware, and less than dig05.
・ Easy to cut into the seat of R47! Meat system is clearly easier to do than R47!
-The tabletop has a hard sponge, so it fits in at least R47 and is easy to do!
・ Easy to handle like German rubber!
Compared to R47, it seems that the sheet is not only hardened but also the seat is changed, so the sheet is easy to penetrate for the hardness, and it was a rubber that was generally harder but easier to handle than R47.
R47 has a rather V & gt; 15 Extra-like feel, whereas R50 has a rather 05-hard-looking beauty.
It was a rubber that was harder, had a higher maximum amount of rotation, and was easier to handle than German.
With this feeling, R48 and R53 are not just hard! I felt that there was a Rasanter that suits me and that I was looking forward to finding it.
All7/10 Speed9 Spin7 Control8 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use Zhang Jike ZLC
ぃ （Experience：４〜５ years） Surprisingly soft
Although the sponge hardness was written as 50 degrees, it was a pretty hard image, but because the sheet was thin, I was able to bite it naturally and hit it. I think rotation is easy to take. However, the speed was so fast that it was sometimes too big to fit on the table. Except for the point that the rubber is heavy, I think it is a suitable rubber suitable for a wide range of people from middle to advanced.
All9/10 Speed9 Spin9 Control6 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use Swat
Sugie （Experience：More than ２０ years） I should have used it early. Personally suitable for Nittakupura.
At Nittakupra, Tenagi 05 hardware should be more powerful than Dignics 05.
The harder the rubber, the more the ball runs, and the faster the ball goes.
The difference is obvious when you hit a large gymnasium.
The sharpness is strong. If you hit it weakly, it won't fly. If you hit it hard, it will fly.
Because it flies, it is harder to make mistakes when you hit the counter from the middle position.
Great for players who take it with a single blow than loop players.
It doesn't fly on the table, making it easy to handle delicate balls.
The ball quality is rampant in a good way like Chinese rubber, which leads to scoring.
I recommend it to people with a strong impact.
It was really good.
I will test how R53 feels in the future.
All10/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control8 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use VISCARIA
Soba （Experience：２〜３ years） strong
I didn't think it was a professional rubber. I don't think it will have a short life if it is used seriously.
I feel the speed is really fast
If you get used to the spin, you can get a stupid rotation of the serve drive.
I don't feel like losing to the top rotation.
All8/10 Speed9 Spin9 Control7 Hardness Hard
Racket recommended use CARBONADO 45
Person who likes table tennis （Experience：６〜１０ years）
Used on the foreground.
Drive → ◎ There is grip, and if you make the impact stronger, you can hit a drive with powerful speed. It will take if you rub the loop.
Smash (faced) → ○ I did not feel particularly difficult. I can hit this too fast.
Serve → ○ The degree of coverage is normal. If you rub it as much as you want it can be crisp.
Flick → ○ I feel like I can do this normally.
Inquiry → ◎ I saw the amazing part of this rubber, it is less affected by the rotation of the opponent. Strong in meetings.
Counter → ◎ Can be overwritten. Of course, you can use the ball of the opponent's ball as it is.
Block → ◎ Easy to do because it is not easily affected by rotation.
The shot feel is like an adhesive rubber. Why not use it if you are an advanced player with the power of a drive main battle type that demands power?
Conclusion I think Lazanter is a good rubber.
All10/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control9 Hardness Hard
Racket recommended use Forutiusu FT
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