VERTICAL 20

Everyone's rating [Hardness] Pretty soft
[Performance] Control to have excellent
VERTICAL 20

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Averages reviews points

  • Rating: 9.33 / 10
  • 6 reviews
    • Speed:4
    • Spin:3.83
    • Control:9.5

    STIGA Vertical are our latest long pimple rubbers, developed in close collaboration with former Japanese National Team player Masato Shino. The pimple structure for Vertical 20 and Vertical 55 is placed in a vertical angle providing extra control and stability in your defensive strokes. These rubbers are made in Japan and developed specially for the ABS-ball to increase the spin of the modern defensive game.

    • Long pimples

    Specifications

    Price
    3,600 Yen(Include tax 3,960 Yen)
    Producer
    STIGA
    Product code
    1710-2001,1710-2005
    Speed
    63
    Control
    154
    Hardness
    Soft

    Players use VERTICAL 20

    Reviews by user

    • LOVE table tennis

      (Experience:Less than a year) Easy to attack Verified Purchase

      Reviews by user

      I stuck it on the diode v and tried it.
      First of all, the cut felt like it was flying slowly. There was a sense of security as if I hit it.
      Also, the attack was very easy to do. I thought that the sound was not grainy because it felt like it was biting into it.
      It was nice to hit.

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      2020/09/21
      All
      10/10
      Speed
      8
      Spin
      4
      Control
      10
      Hardness Soft

      Racket recommended use DIODE V

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    • visitor

      (Experience:6〜10 years) The grain height that can reach to the ugly place

      Reviews by user

      It became a plastic ball, and it was easy to come loose in curl P4, and was looking for a grain height instead.
      I also tried the spikes of the donic, but I tried this with a feeling that the balance was not so good and I was amazed.
      The cut is good, but if the weight gets even a little during curling, the curl P4 falls over immediately and the ball is pushed out and floats, but the grain is slightly harder than the curl P4, and the sponge Vertical 20 with the same hardness no longer floats.
      In addition, if the bottom of the ball is rubbed thinly in a quick swing, it will break even at a moderate grain height, and the tsutsuki is easy to handle.
      If it is only a cut, it is Carl P4, but Cutman is equally important as Tsutsuki, and I thought it would be possible to rely on tools if it could cover a weakness that could not be helped.
      I like it, but the vertical 20 with the same curl hardness as the P4 and the sponge has better ball retention, and it has been nicer than the vertical 55.
      The cutman who is troubled to float when it knuckles and stops and wants to try the vertical once.

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      2019/03/16
      All
      9/10
      Speed
      3
      Spin
      5
      Control
      8
      Hardness Soft

      Racket recommended use Hadraw Shield

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    • visitor

      (Experience:2〜3 years) the sense of stability

      Reviews by user

      Anyway, it may be a technical problem with a great sense of stability, but it floats a little. The cut seemed not to be cut, but I was able to send an obscene ball that was cut. It has a very soft hardness of 20 °, so it is easy to control. Please use it once because it is only good thing like this.

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      2020/01/19
      All
      9/10
      Speed
      3
      Spin
      4
      Control
      9
      Hardness Soft

      Racket recommended use DEFENSIVE CLASSIC

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    • visitor

      (Experience:6〜10 years)

      Reviews by user

      There is a feeling that the grain of the vertical eye grabs the sphere, and the cut is very easy to suppress and stabilize. Although it is not as long as it is cut off, any number of cuts that are cut moderately will return like a wall. I think Tsuttsuki needs to get used to it a little, but since the sponge is soft, it is stable and easy to cut. It ’s just a little difficult when you ca n’t get enough swing on the table. In such a case, I think that it is better to push it face up or take a little side of the ball.
      Backcuts are highly recommended for those who are more stable than anything else.

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      2019/11/21
      All
      9/10
      Speed
      2
      Spin
      4
      Control
      10
      Hardness Soft

      Racket recommended use Def play Senzo

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    • Manyu

      (Experience:11〜20 years) Good rubber

      Reviews by user

      I used it for cutting.
      Impression that there is a sense of stability with both cut and tsutsuki. It is easy to hold down the ball, such as smashing, and it is also easy to cut it.
      There was no change of the cut there.
      So far I'm used to the horizontal eyebrows, so it is a vertical eye so you need to get used to the technique of rubbing and flying forward, such as drive.
      I thought it was a good rubber as a cutman.

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      2019/05/28
      All
      9/10
      Speed
      3
      Spin
      3
      Control
      10
      Hardness Soft

      Racket recommended use KOJI MATSUSHITA

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    • Tokai's cut man

      (Experience:4〜5 years) Misleading

      Reviews by user

      Sticky play to cut many times is easy! However, I have to make changes on my own because there are no outstanding features!

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      2019/04/22
      All
      10/10
      Speed
      5
      Spin
      3
      Control
      10
      Hardness Soft

      Racket recommended use KOJI MATSUSHITA

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