AURUS PRIME

Everyone's rating [Hardness] Little hard
[Performance] Spin and Speed to have excellent
AURUS PRIME

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Averages reviews points

  • Rating: 7.8 / 10
  • 5 reviews
    • Speed:8.2
    • Spin:8.4
    • Control:6.4

    Reviews of AURUS PRIME. Players who use Rubber evaluate various points such as hardness of the sponge, speed, control, spin, and feel at impact thoroughly.

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    Specifications

    Producer
    TIBHAR
    Speed
    11+
    Spin
    12+
    Hardness
    47.5

    Reviews by user

    • Yukiga

      (Experience:11〜20 years) A sponge bouncing on a grip-rich seat

      Reviews by user

      Is that so
      Grip power is higher than Blue Storm and Lazzar, and it seems that there is the most grip power among 2.3 sponges
      And because it will let me play with a sponge
      The expression of bouncing stickiness is strange, but it is such impression
      It is a rubber feeling like between tenazi 25 and 05

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      2017/10/23
      All
      9/10
      Speed
      8
      Spin
      10
      Control
      4
      Hardness Little hard
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    • GK

      (Experience:6〜10 years) If you can master it ...

      Reviews by user

      I used 2.1 で at the fore. It is harder than the select, and it gets quite powerful when it steadily swings. It seems that the sharply extending balls are difficult to take from the other party, and that is the merit of using this rubber.
      It's not easy to handle, so if you do not do it halfway, it's often a ball. SELECT takes over the deception there.
      Whether it is a characteristic of thin rubber, Saab, Taishaku are very good. It does not float anyway. Although the amount of rotation is reasonable, it is hard to be hit and my deployment is easy to make.
      There is no exhilaration, it is a rather severe rubber. If you can master it, I think that it will become an unpleasant rubber with which it is difficult for the other party to take.

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      2018/03/29
      All
      8/10
      Speed
      8
      Spin
      8
      Control
      7
      Hardness Little hard

      Racket recommended use SAMSONOV FORCE PRO BLACK EDITION

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    • visitor

      (Experience:2〜3 years)

      Reviews by user

      I was looking for a hard rubber in transition from China sticky and used it, but it was softer than I thought, and the rotation of Saab did not take as I thought.
      Compared to stickiness, the rally is easy, as the initial speed comes out and the speed comes out even with a light hit.
      As I said, the arc line was low, so I entered the partner coat like sliding, so I decided not to take the other party.

      Personally I thought it would take a little more rotation.

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      2018/01/30
      All
      5/10
      Speed
      8
      Spin
      6
      Control
      5
      Hardness Little hard

      Racket recommended use GORIKI DANSHI

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    • visitor

      (Experience:6〜10 years)

      Reviews by user

      Evolution's spin series rubber was easier to rotate. But speed and grip force is over here. It was a rubber that it was easy for power to say.

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      2017/12/27
      All
      8/10
      Speed
      8
      Spin
      9
      Control
      8
      Hardness Little hard

      Racket recommended use Timo Boll W5

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    • visitor

      (Experience:6〜10 years)

      Reviews by user

      Shot feeling a bit hard but it is easy to control because it has grip power. Drive is easy to get in. Saab will also stabilize.

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      2017/09/27
      All
      9/10
      Speed
      9
      Spin
      9
      Control
      8
      Hardness Little hard

      Racket recommended use ALNADE

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