[Hardness] Little soft
[Performance] Control and Speed to have excellent
Averages reviews points
• Rozena employs the rose-dyed Spring Sponge technology as its name suggests
• The newly developed top sheet utilizes High Tension technology
• With sufficient power, Rozena helps compensate for subtle racket angles and directional swing errors, creating a sense of stability
• A rubber of high tolerance!
• Rozena, improves your play through ‘forgiveness’ and is recommended for players aiming for the top
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Reviews by user
Yori （Experience：２〜３ years） Rubber to become stronger
I think that anyone can use it
Hardness is one less than tenazy 35 degrees This is generally called medium hardness
Hardness is said to be easy to do various technologies
I think that the drive gets stabbed into the sponge and it will stabilize
Beginners think that you can grab the feeling of spinning with this rubber
Blocks and counters are also available for drives that have been strongly rotated by intermediate players
It is very easy to do
I think that it is a rubber for getting stronger
I'm sorry for a long time.
All8/10 Speed8 Spin8 Control9 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use Innerforce Layer ALC
Super black cat （Experience：１１〜２０ years） It is powerful in the same price range rubber
I felt a lot of comments like "compared to Tenaji", so I compared it with the Vega tour in the same price range.
Comparison as Forevera (Vega Tour: 1.8 mm, Rosena: Medium)
The ballistic of the drive is a place like Rosena which draws a sharp arc against straight Vega.
The speed of the drive seems to be higher for Vega, but the amount of rotation for the drive is felt for Rosena.
If you hit a good system, I think that Rosena has the power to beat the opponent.
However, the robust Rosena is difficult to handle, and the slightly damped Vega Tour stabilizes the rally as it is.
There are many comments that both sponges are soft and easy to handle, but in my case, Rosena has an impression of "do not bounce a little."
After all, we use the Vega tour with emphasis on stability, but since we changed the racket to a 5-sack racket that dropped its momentum from the 7-sheet go-zaka racket that had been used so far, Rosena was again I am going to try it.
I think that it is no doubt that it is a very good rubber, I think that the intermediate rubber is more suitable for me than the high-end rubber of the top specification.
All8/10 Speed8 Spin7 Control8 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use DYNA SEVEN
KOKONIWA （Experience：４〜５ years） subtle
It is stable due to its softness and spring sponge, but it does not require much rotation and it becomes a light ball, but I do not recommend it for the emphasis on power, but it is played by people who want to stabilize the drive and the front team Recommended for those who I thought I could go for the first time.
All7/10 Speed7 Spin6 Control9 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use Timo Boll ALC
Middle pen you （Experience：２〜３ years） You can hit on the right track!
I used to put it on the original racket, but I remember that the opponent's smash hit was also accurate. I thought it would be very nice to cover the error of the racket angle! However, it is not very good from the perspective of durability because it is missing in a little bit, but it is highly recommended for those who want to demonstrate their skills! Please try it!
All8/10 Speed10 Spin9 Control10 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use SANALION C
Shake grain man （Experience：４〜５ years） A rubber that captures the feeling of turning
Sense of biting and hitting rather than rubbing
is. Good for cultivating that feeling.
It is highly recommended for beginner intermediate levelers.
I changed from Tenaji 05 to Rosena
It was stable with the feeling that it would fit on a platform.
The block was very easy to do.
However, it was good during junior high school
I went to high school and was troubled by lack of power.
Honestly, if it comes to winning all the time, drive or smash
I think it will be returned.
If you get used to it, such as Tenaji 05
It is recommended to use a solid rubber.
By the way, I made it Faster g-1.
Well, maybe my racket was plywood and soft (laugh)
All9/10 Speed7 Spin6 Control9 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use SK7 Classic
Deer dragon （Experience：２〜３ years） Ideal for the back side!
It is the best for the back side. If it is extra thick, it seems that there is no problem on either side. I think the combination with the roundel is the best if you want stability. Special materials may be better compatible than plywood rackets. It may be better to play the front row. The rubbers that are all similar to the rotation etc. are similar to 80 in the Tenagi series. Performance is not inferior to tenacity, but it is good but Yaba is good.
All8/10 Speed10 Spin7 Control7 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use Exeter 4
Shibata soldier （Experience：４〜５ years） The rotation is a bit
The speed is pretty good.
It will grow if it hits.
However, on the other hand because it is soft
I thought it was difficult for me to make a personal change.
We do not recommend the combination with the fast ball racquet. If you recommend it, it may be better to have a ball.
I felt it was a little lack of firepower if I'm back, so when I hit it with the foreground
It was quite good. Because it is easier for me to rotate the front than the back.
Is the life span short?
Well I thought it was soft overall.
The life span is short.
It is a speed-oriented rubber.
It is one item that I think I want to use it once.
All9/10 Speed10 Spin6 Control10 Hardness Soft
Racket recommended use FLYATT Carbon PRO
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