[Hardness] Little hard
[Performance] Spin and Speed to have excellent
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Reviews of DIGNICS 05. Players who use Rubber evaluate various points such as hardness of the sponge, speed, control, spin, and feel at impact thoroughly.(Page 5)
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Country man （Experience：６〜１０ years） Performance is high
We stick on the fore side of Virtuoso + of five pieces of wood plywood and use
I think that the overall performance is high rubber, but because it is high on average I feel that there is no feature
Because there is no other Dignus series out, it may only be incomparable but ...
The stronger the impact, the thinner the feel when hit.
The loop drive for the cut also turns and turns into a loop, but it feels less like hitting a rubber
I think that Tenaji is stronger in the feeling of hitting and the feeling of catching the ball
I think that it is difficult to handle backdrive, as it was similar.
All8/10 Speed9 Spin9 Control8 Hardness Little soft
b3n Slow motion table tennis
The main problem I have with it is its short trajectory which makes it almost impossible to play far the table. You will be blocked off.
It seems to grab the ball well, absorb the speed and then rebound back low with good spin. The topsheet grip is incredible. Much better than tenergy. Pushing gives great spin.
If you play 3rd ball attack, don't buy this rubber. I recommend this to players who play a push and counter game close to the table.
All6/10 Speed7 Spin9 Control9 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use CYPRESS V-MAX
Pons （Experience：１１〜２０ years） [Need to get used]
[Please note that it is a post when there is no workmanship] 2019, when "Dignonics 05", the latest innovation in table tennis, was released. As I continued to use the Tenaji 05 and there was no inconvenience, I was confused without changing it, but I made a debut from last month (June). Honestly, I think that the quality of one ball is higher than that of Tenaji. But! ! However, they tend to be over-driven when serving or making a small connection (Choridora). There is a sense that the rubber bites in and makes corrections for inquiries, tsutsuki smashers and counters, but I think that it is necessary to get used to the technique of putting it firmly in the table and the technique of hooking and rotating. I think this bouncy sense is the new sense of Dignus 05 so please try by all means ♪
All9/10 Speed10 Spin9 Control7 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use Mizutani Jun ZLC
I ❤️ Koki Niwa （Experience：４〜５ years） too strong
I borrowed one from my friend
Because it is for professional players, it's very exciting. The first time I hit forehead with dignics, it was enough to get over
But when I get used to it and hit a smashing drive, the rotation takes a firm, and a good-looking drive comes out.
If you make it stronger and have a solid impact,
Further, the ball was spinning and the fast ball went deep into the opponent's court.
I thought it was beyond Tensy! Lol
But I don't feel like I'm selling myself.
I personally liked Tenaji
Since this rubber is very expensive, it is better to judge after having a friend hit if you have any friends rather than deciding and failing immediately!
All10/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control8 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use Timo Boll ALC
Gento (10 years blank) （Experience：６〜１０ years） Honest impressions used in the blinds
I used in the blind test
I didn't know the truth, but I thought that the ball's launch direction and arc were completely different compared to other rubbers
I was surprised at the fact that the ballistics were on the top and in the upper direction without making any mistakes without being conscious at the time of the drive against the upper rotation.
Drive for downward rotation lifts up as usual
I was skeptical that the price was too high and I could not afford it, so I was skeptical that there was a performance that really matched the price, but this is ugly
But I think it is a rubber that is significantly different from Tenagi 05
I was favored by users accustomed to German rubber, as Fastark etc. were better impression than Tenaji 05
All10/10 Speed9 Spin10 Control10 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use LATIKA
In a nutshell, it's "Yabui"
Although both rubber and sponge are hard, I do not feel at all hard because the spring sponge X bites into it. When loop driving, it will fly in an ugly orbit. It is easy to hit the meat. The rotation also takes the same level as the adhesive rubber.
The disadvantage is that it can not be handled without a certain level of technology, and it does not rotate freely like Tenagi. It takes when you are conscious of turning.
It is recommended to use it if you have enough money.
All10/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control8 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use SEPTEAR FEEL
Miyapon In the outer racket, I felt that the ball came off quickly.
I tried to put it on the outer racket at first, but it didn't take time for the ball to spin off quickly, so it could fly in a straight line and could not be stabilized.
As a trial, when I replaced it with the wood racket (Stiga · Clipper) I used before and used it, the performance of Tenagi could be exhibited, and the surprising amount of rotation came out.
Although the speed falls, the opponent just left the sky as the gungung ball expanded (laughs)
I just do not do repeat purchases.
Because the price is high, I wanted you to put out a specification that can be used even by professionals, with ease of handling that does not choose a racket similar to Tenagi.
I feel that Dignics 05 is not as versatile as Tenagi 05.
All9/10 Speed8 Spin6 Control7 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use ALNADE
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