[Hardness] Little hard
[Performance] Spin and Control to have excellent
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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
- 3,600 Yen（Include tax 3,960 Yen）
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Reviews by user
LAIZ （Experience：４〜５ years） Robust and powerful rubber
I used Grass Dictex, curl p1, Badman Reloaded, and curl p4.
The best thing about Vertical 55 is that it goes well into the table. Basically, it is low and it is intimidating, and when I cut it, it has a good hand taste and good rotation control ability.
Beginners can do their best, but if they are given to a superior, it will be even more scary.
All10/10 Speed8 Spin10 Control8 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use KOJI MATSUSHITA SPECIAL
Morumofu （Experience：４〜５ years） Is it for cutting?
I thought it was just right for cutting, so I put it on the shakeback side, and it was just right. I thought it was recommended for people with pens that are different from the previous team.
All8/10 Speed5 Spin5 Control9 Hardness Little hard
R301 carbine （Experience：２〜３ years） GOD rubber
Excellent Tsutsuki, excellent knuckles, and control is divine. The speed of the push is also good, and the fast serve like a bazooka
If you have the technique, you are strong. Receive also returns without permission if you put out the rubber for the time being. I don't understand the rotation,
It's perfect for those who can't return their serve, or those who want to throw out their knuckles and confuse them!
All10/10 Speed8 Spin9 Control10 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use Yoshida Kaii CS
Prefecture ranker （Experience：６〜１０ years） The strongest weapon of modern table tennis cutman
I tried it with horizontal 55, curl p1v, which has the same hardness as sponge 55 degrees.
The first impression is the low cut, power drive, and ease of smash processing.
The change is a little lower than the grain height of the horizontal grain, but if you can retouch the speed drive, the change will be irregular. Plus, it's low, and it's easy to make the other party make a net mistake.
Tsuttsuki can be cut from the horizontal grain by attracting it and rubbing it thinly from the grip end.
However, if the swing speed is not fast, it will not reach and you will make a net mistake. It's stable, and the push has irregular grain eyes, so it shakes a lot.
The backhand can be used like the back or front by rubbing the elbow on the fulcrum.
When the level around you rises and you reach the top level in the competition, you need a more stable rally than sharpness and change. Those who seek the same three points of stable ball distribution, change, and restraint
Isn't it a good idea to use Cutman, who makes heavy use of backhand attacks?
All9/10 Speed9 Spin10 Control10 Hardness Hard
tempura （Experience：４〜５ years） Easy to use even if you are not a cutman!
Unlike other grain heights, it is easy to attack even at grain heights because it is vertical.
After returning the opponent's serve with the back rubber in the inverted state, it returns to the fore side and even if the inversion is not in time, it can be returned by driving even though it is grainy!
However, the amount of change is small compared to the sideways, but if you get used to it, you can return it in the state of a knuckle!
All10/10 Speed8 Spin9 Control7 Hardness Little hard
Yukimi （Experience：６〜１０ years） Ease of restraint and change are different from others
It's been about a year since I bought this grain height, but I still use it without worrying about it. First of all, it is a cut, but if you hit it with a firm swing, it will be low and will not be pushed by the opponent's ball. I thought that net mistakes and over mistakes would increase if I cut according to the opponent's ball speed or hit with a sideways grain feeling. A fluffy ball goes in orbit. The point that requires practice is that if Tsuttsuki does not shake it firmly by himself, it will float up or over. I think it requires practice. Last but not least, if you can't swing yourself like a rubber, you won't be able to finish it very much. I think that it will be punched out many times if it is a cut that is put together. Those who can swing by themselves will cut it well, so the other party will also drop it. It goes well with the racket.
All10/10 Speed9 Spin10 Control8 Hardness Little hard
ecoecorarara7 （Experience：６〜１０ years） What is the effect of the vertical rubber?
An unusual grain height rubber, called a grain height, came around, so I tried it with a strong SC.
Although it is a comparison with the usual curl P-1 special thin, I have heard that the vertical eye has a lower trajectory and a strong cut can be suppressed, but that was not the case (technical problem) maybe).
The effects of the vertical and horizontal eyes may change depending on how you swing the racket.
As for cutting, I think there is P-1 for both cut and Tsuttsuki, and the control is P-1. I thought the momentum was about the same. The only thing that worried me was that the slices may not be stable, and the opponent may be confused, but what about the ball that the hitting person doesn't understand comes out? ). Personally, it's probably P-1.
All8/10 Speed8 Spin8 Control7 Hardness Hard
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