[Hardness] Little hard
[Performance] Spin and Control to have excellent
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Reviews of RAKZA Z. 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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People who started table tennis somewhere in Japan （Experience：２〜３ years） Rubber that lets you learn the importance of rotation
We tried out sample products at the table tennis field.
I usually play table tennis with a combination of 5 plywood + high tension rubber, but the combination of Lakza Z and Arneid did not fly more honestly than this.
The serve was very easy. The amount of rotation could be secured and it could be shortened.
As for the drive, the speed is slow, but the amount of rotation is more than usual and the ball is heavy, so the opponent often made over mistakes. However, it seems that the tension rubber user needs to review the swing because the ball goes up too much.
Comprehensively, I think it is a rubber suitable for beginner to intermediate users. Although the rubber itself is hard, it seems to be suitable for acquiring the feeling of rubbing. It seems too hard for beginners. Beginners and intermediates are for people with power. It seems that speed is not enough for advanced users.
Although it seems that speedy table tennis is not possible, I thought that it was a rubber that had the elements to win from the same rank to the top.
All9/10 Speed3 Spin10 Control8 Hardness Hard
Racket recommended use ALNADE
Mochi （Experience：４〜５ years）
It's very soft and bites in, and I think it's more stable than the Rakuza series I've used so far. I think it is a great choice for those who want stability and rotation in the back, or those who want a soft and rotating foreground.
All9/10 Speed7 Spin7 Control9 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use SWEDEN GUARDIAN
Table tennis lover NO.1 （Experience：２〜３ years） This is the adhesive tension ??????!!!!!!!!!
Until now, I used Rosena and bought it because I wanted to step into the adhesive tension.
It's not much different from tension rubber. It's a little sticky rubber.
The drive will rotate and enter
I personally think that the serve can be rotated firmly.
Rubber hardness is high, but I do not feel that much hardness
This rubber is recommended for sticky beginners and people who want to use sticky tension.
It was Cospa's strongest rubber
All9/10 Speed9 Spin10 Control7 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use WANOKIWAMI REN OFF
Takuro Rubber for front-end drive
This is a review of those who usually use tension rubber.
・The shot feeling is not as hard as the hardness.
The feel that you hit is a bit like biting into the rubber when hitting.
・The arch wire is very high.
・It is not easy to rotate
・It is easy to enter even if you hit the bottom rotation in the front team.
・The speed is not very fast due to slight adhesion and high arc line. It is necessary to use a racket that bounces to some extent.
・To bring out the best performance, you must hit the adhesive rubber.
If you usually use a tension rubber, you may feel that the arc is high, but it does not rotate very easily and is not easy to apply.
I think it's difficult to bring out the potential of this rubber unless you can hit the sticky rubber. (I am also)
It is a rubber that is considerably easier to use than ordinary adhesive rubber.
For those who want to drive fast in the front team, it is a good rubber that can easily hit the lower rotation.
All8/10 Speed7 Spin9 Control8 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use Forutiusu FT
I love you （Experience：４〜５ years） The arc is dangerous
In use on the back side.
Some people say that the speed is slow in word of mouth, but that is not the case at all. If you rub it firmly against the sheet, it will rotate a lot and a ball with some speed will go. The main feature is the height of the archwire. If you hit it lightly and flat, the ball will go up as much as it is interesting. There are almost no net mistakes. The back drive for the downward rotation takes a lot of rotation. It is easy to control, so it is recommended for those who want to make it sticky but are wondering which one to choose.
I'm sorry for the long sentence.
All8/10 Speed7 Spin9 Control9 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use KOKI NIWA
Intermediate table tennis （Experience：２〜３ years）
It takes a lot of rotation at the beginning.
Control is good, but the speed is a little slow ...
A rotary system such as a Saab drive is easy to do, but in the case of inquiries, there is no speed and there is no choice but to push with rotation.
There are some people who would like to rethink how to hit because the arch wire is high.
Those who are using tension may find it too slow.
I'm sorry for the long sentence.
All9/10 Speed6 Spin10 Control10 Hardness Hard
Racket recommended use VIOLIN CARBON INNER
Pomeranian （Experience：２〜３ years） Sphere ...
I'm using it very thickly now, but please think that there are almost no net mistakes that go up! Since the racket is a soft inner, the feel at impact feels soft.
The drive is difficult to rotate and it takes a lot of rotation. For the Tsutsuki stop etc.
It's very easy to do compared to tension
It is highly recommended for those who make a mistake on the net
All10/10 Speed8 Spin10 Control9 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use SEPTEAR FEEL INNER
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