[Hardness] Little hard
[Performance] Spin and Speed to have excellent
Averages reviews points
Your profile is spin driven. Offensive topspin play at higher speed is your strategy.
As a high level player you will take full advantage of the 47° sponge hardness for extra power and speed in your topspin play.
Now You are equipped to perform topspins with a precise curved trajectory and to be creative in the semi distance play as well.
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Reviews by user
Yori （Experience：２〜３ years） Rubber can go up a notch
I write the impression of trial hitting at a friend's racket
It takes a lot of drive
Because Serve Tsutsuki often bounces off, I will blow off if I do not care
If you strike a sponge to let it dig into it, it will take a turn
Blocking is really easy to do You can beat with confidence when the ball hit
There is a shot feeling
All8/10 Speed9 Spin9 Control8 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use CANALDY 2
Takuto （Experience：１１〜２０ years） user friendly
I put it on both sides
It takes a lot of rotation! Speed up! Stabilize! Rubber with a good selection of three musketeers
Serve will fly if you put too much force, so it is good to suppress it to some extent
Speed is perfect
It takes a lot of rotation if you let it bite firmly
Control is easy on both sides of the foreback
I'm glad I'm a power hitter, but if I don't have the power, I may not be able to show my true potential
All10/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control10 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use KOKI NIWA
s3446 （Experience：４〜５ years） Maybe it's a little soft ...?
I borrowed it because I was using it for my juniors, but it was a pretty good impression ✨
It was easy to do because it would fly on its own for the time being if I was conscious of putting it on 7 sheets.
It was easier to get a ball as long as you could "shake fast when hitting" rather than being aware of the usual "holding strongly when hitting" (^ O ^) v
It wasn't particularly difficult to do because both the serve and the tsutsuki could be cut, but when it was made to bite into the meat and hit the meat, I felt it was a little easier to fall off, probably because the sheet was chewy.
All8/10 Speed7 Spin8 Control6 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use SK7 Classic
Yucchi （Experience：４〜５ years） R47 focusing on rotation
Low drives such as loop drives were very easy to hit! Recommended rubber for those who place importance on serve and third ball!
All9/10 Speed8 Spin10 Control8 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use Offensive reflex system
sand （Experience：２〜３ years） Rubber for intermediate users, but with potential for advanced users
I have only tried it for a few hours, but it is an impression after trying it.
First of all, I felt it was hard for me to set it to 47 degrees.
It has a lot of momentum, and it is a rubber that gives quite a speed.
The arc line is straight and the trajectory is about the middle. It also takes a good turn.
It is a rubber that Akihama Hamakawa has been using regularly, so it will be a very popular rubber for intermediate players.
I'm an intermediate person, so it was pretty easy to use.
I've hit all the R series except 50 and 53/48, so I like the Lasanta series.
As for control, it is normal.
To be honest, I think that if you are a person who can go to the prefecture, you can fully demonstrate its worth, so please check it for yourself.
I could not master it w
All8/10 Speed9 Spin8 Control8 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use TIMBER 7 OFF/S
katsuo000 （Experience：More than ２０ years） A little heavy German tenergy 05
Ultramax 49g, mainly used for bags
Although there were many reviews of bouncing, the weight was heavy due to the grain shape of the rotating system, but it was easy to draw arcs and it was easy to handle.
・ Max value of rotation amount is Omega VII Pro or higher, equivalent to Tena 05 FX, omega VII Tour or Tena 05 hardware or less, obviously less than Dig 05
・ A drive that catches with a sheet is easier to rotate than a drive that cuts into a rubber made in Germany
・ Impact for speed drive is more necessary than expected. The trajectory tends to swell for the hardness
-Easy to use on the back side with a cloudy sheet like German rubber
Two points of dissatisfaction are heavy and hard to get the explosive power of the drive when biting like V & gt; 15 Extra.
I think both can be supplemented by the amount of practice.
Despite the amount of rotation to some extent, it was easy to handle like made in Germany, and it felt quite good.
I want to compare it with other rubbers in the Rasanter R series.
Cospa is also good, it is a good rubber! it's recommended!
All9/10 Speed7 Spin8 Control9 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use Zhang Jike ZLC
ken （Experience：２〜３ years） For players driving in the middle team
I put it on the fore, I feel quite bounced because I changed it from Kyoto leopard. Foredrive can be quite powerful if it can make a good impact. Blocks are pretty easy to do. Bench technology is quite bouncy and requires some getting used to. Serve and receive are easy to do. The back drive is quite easy to do because the ball flies.
You can go fore and back, but I think it is more suitable for back. It is a pretty good rubber if you can control the momentum.
All10/10 Speed10 Spin7 Control4 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use Innerforce Layer ALC
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