[Hardness] Medium hardness
[Performance] Speed and Control to have excellent
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Reviews of DIGNICS 64. 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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katsuo000 （Experience：More than ２０ years） Easy to play Dignics!
Extra thick 45g.
・Easy to handle compared to Digs 05 and 80! But properly Dignics!
・Meat can fly as expected!
・If you scratch the sheet, the Tsutsuki and Stop will cut off firmly and stop!
・Blocks are easy to hold.
・Less sensitive to rotation than other digs.
・The characteristics of the dig and the ease of counter drive are now available.
・The amount of rotation still drops.
・Draws an arc line, but the amount of rotation decreases, so it is hard to settle due to rotation.
・Less than I expected when I wanted the player to grab the ball. I feel that the ball separation is fast.
It may be used to get used to the dig. Speaking of being the easiest to handle, it is easy to handle, but since it also has the characteristic of digging, if there is no dignics in the first place, the evaluation will definitely get worse.
The amount of rotation drops a little and the ball separates quickly, so if you use it it will be the back side.
Please refer to it.
All9/10 Speed10 Spin9 Control10 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use Zhang Jike ZLC
teinKBS （Experience：４〜５ years） Besides speed?
I used a special thickness for the back in table tennis after a long absence.
The rotation takes some time. The initial velocity was also fast, and a ball that was more difficult to take than other rubbers went.
This was the easiest to do. Meets that are powerful and fairly easy to control will be a threat.
It's actually easy to do because it's easy to control.
It is a rubber characterized by speed, but the control was good in the top class among the tension rubbers used for the back so far. Suitable for back-up players of intermediate level and above.
All10/10 Speed10 Spin9 Control10 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use Liam Pitchford
Too much （Experience：More than ２０ years） It has a stronger sponge than T64 and can withstand hard hits.
The Dignix 80 I bought during the Olympic season was a terrifyingly hard individual, and no matter which racket I put it on, the sponge couldn't get stuck in it, and even if I tried to bite it, it popped and I felt frustrated.
When I tried Dignix 64 without stretching, I felt that the control performance was extremely high because the up / down rotation drive and the hold feeling at the time of service were wonderful, and the ball popped out after fully rotating.
Compared to Tenergy 64, it doesn't feel like it hits the board even when matched with the outer ZLC, and there is no need to worry about the ball falling to the table even if you are tense and strong.
Since I seek power in control in the game, I was impressed with the sense of Tenergy 64 in the celluloid era.
The quick defense is also less affected by rotation, making it easier to carry the game.
It is difficult to play with a soft plate or inner, but it is difficult to bite into it.
I felt that it was easy to bite into the outerwear.
For dignics, it seems easier to use a racket with a thick plate, an outer racket, or a racket with a hard top plate.
If you are frustrated by trying Dignix 05/80, you may try 64 once.
All10/10 Speed10 Spin9 Control10 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use Nuytinck
Dig Nix （Experience：４〜５ years） For advanced users
I put a thickness on the foreground. It's very soft and the ball bites into it, so I felt it wasn't very suitable for me, who has a strong impact. It takes a lot of serve, but it's a little difficult to change from the thickness of G-1. I also tried using it on the back, but even if I shake it lightly, the rotation took a long time, so if you are not good at back drive, it may be quite good to put 64 on the back. Since the racket becomes heavy, it is not recommended to stick it on both sides suddenly.
All8/10 Speed8 Spin8 Control9 Hardness Soft
Racket recommended use Tomokazu Harimoto Innerforce ALC
power （Experience：６〜１０ years） For advanced users
You can hit a low and deep drive
… But if you can't master it, it will become a net miss / over miss manufacturing rubber.
Even if you don't make a full swing, you can hit the speed with rotation, so it's still a monster rubber.
All10/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control10 Hardness Little hard
Ryo Kamiya （Experience：More than ２０ years）
I pasted it on the Apollonia fore! I thought it might fly too much because it was 64 soft, but it was easy to use normally! The rotation is perfect!
But 05 is easier to bend the drive
All10/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control9 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use APOLONIA ZLC
Wing zero （Experience：６〜１０ years） Intermediate may be Rosena or Tenergy 64
I used it because I was interested
Speed comes out. Compared to Tenergy 64 and Rosena
However, the degree of rotation of the drive is such a big feeling
Does Serve, Tsuttsuki, etc. rotate because the sheet is soft?
The opponent dropped me
I feel that rubbing techniques are higher than Tenergy and Rosena
However, I could not master it because the sponge hardness is high to bite
Intermediate people feel that they do not use
All8/10 Speed10 Spin7 Control7 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use ALLROUND EVOLUTION
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