[Hardness] Medium hardness
[Performance] Speed and Spin to have excellent
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- Unsold top players used rubber
It is not yet released as of January 2018, but since it is already used by Mizutani and Hamamoto, it is expected to be released.
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Players use DIGNICS 80
Reviews by user
katsuo000 （Experience：More than ２０ years） Evolution of Tenergy 05! Or Dignics 05 semi-soft!
It was 48g with a special thickness. Used on the foreground.
First of all, compared with Tena 80 and Tena 05, the tena 05's gripping force remained unchanged, the speed felt above Tena 80, and the amount of rotation was equal to or greater than Tena 05. The feeling that the block and the counter drive are surprisingly stable and hardly affected by the rotation of the opponent of the characteristics of the dig system is alive and well, and it can be asserted that it is an evolved rubber that corresponds to the plastic rather than the tena system.
Compared to Dig 05, I felt that the arc was slightly lower and the ball was easy to enter the shallow place of the table, and I felt that the rotation amount of Max was also inferior, but all the technologies were considerably easier to do than Dig 05 and the total balance was I felt better. This is the ease of use and the outstanding performance that you can use even if you are not good at back.
The life expectancy is obviously longer than that of tena, and it is better to buy Dig 80 than tena.
All9/10 Speed10 Spin9 Control10 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use Zhang Jike ZLC
STIGA mania （Experience：１１〜２０ years） Perfect for Pendra! 05 Soft-like rubber
I used Dig 05, but it was too hard and I couldn't do it. So I decided to dig 80.
In conclusion, it was a very correct answer.
You can do anything. The serve is sharp, and even with a weaker impact than the 05, a good ball comes out. For blocks and counters, the ball is fast and can attack the opponent.
However, the rubber is quite hard, so you will need a good arm. Recommended for those who use one piece of rubber for back and fore like Pendra. Or, it is recommended for those who cannot use 05.
It might be best to use an inner racket to match. If you wear outerwear, you will need arms to control the bounce.
All10/10 Speed10 Spin9 Control8 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use Tomokazu Harimoto Innerforce ALC-CS
Fuji （Experience：１１〜２０ years）
I pasted it on the fore. I used Fastark G1 before, but I changed it because I wanted a little more speed. Speed is of course, but it takes a lot of spin.
All10/10 Speed9 Spin10 Control10 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use FAN ZHESDONG CNF
Yuu. Cutman （Experience：２〜３ years） more stable than 05
It was a rubber with a slightly less momentum than Dignics 05, and it was easy to feel the ball holding. 05 was for advanced users, but 80 is for intermediate and advanced users.
The block that sticks has a very good feel at impact and is stable.
It is stable even from the rear. As Mizutani used it, it was very easy to lob.
It is a rubber for all-rounders who play with all teams!
All10/10 Speed9 Spin10 Control9 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use LIN Gaoyuan ALC
Unknown （Experience：４〜５ years） Balance-oriented rubber
The hardness is about 52.5 degrees according to the German standard, which is higher than that of the Tenergy series, which is 47.5 degrees. When hitting normally or giving a little rotation, the spin took better as the Tenergy series is low hardness, but if you give a good impact when driving, you can give more speed and spin than the Tenergy series. When the impact was properly given, even though it was an 80 balanced rubber, it showed a spin exceeding Tenergy 05, but the difficulty of overall control was higher with Dignix 80. When compared to Tenergy 64, the speed when smashing felt a little behind.
Since Tenergy is low hardness, it is easy to control and spins well, but it has a relatively low threshold, so if you are not confident in the impact, I think it is better to buy the low hardness Tenergy series than Dignix.
All10/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control9 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use FRANZISKA Innerforce ZLC
John Mizutani （Experience：１１〜２０ years） Hit feeling closest to Tenergy 05 + increased power
When transitioning from Tenergy 05 to Dignics, most people choose Dignics 05 or 09C, but unless you are a hard hitter with a strong impact, you will feel uncomfortable with the hardness of the sponge and seat, and you will not be able to experience the goodness of Dignics. . .
At that time, I happened to use the Dignics 80, which surprised me. . .
As an image, it feels like Tenergy 05 with increased power, which is the closest to Tenergy 05, and now it is an ace rubber on the fore side.
It draws an arc neatly, closer to the "automatic feeling" of Tenergy 05 that draws an arc easily,
Also, Dignics 80 cannot be said to be an evolution of Tenergy 80.
Dignics 80 is an evolution of Tenergy 05,
Dignics 05 feels like an evolution of Tenergy 05 Hard.
For Dignics 05 and 09C, Dignics 80 is definitely recommended for those who want to make net mistakes instead of over mistakes.
All10/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control10 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use Tomokazu Harimoto Innerforce ALC
Table tennis is good, isn't it? （Experience：４〜５ years） good rubber
It is a specification on the fore side. (Thickness)
I thought it was a very wonderful rubber with almost no difficulty.
Especially the counter was easy to do.
Also, I personally think that the racket fits well with the inner system.
Compared to other rubbers, it is still expensive, but I would like to use it next time.
I think it's good for intermediate to advanced players. For beginners, I thought it was hard and difficult.
All9/10 Speed9 Spin9 Control8 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use Tomokazu Harimoto Innerforce ALC
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