[Hardness] Little hard
[Performance] Spin and Control to have excellent
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Reviews of Dignics 09C. Players who use Rubber evaluate various points such as hardness of the sponge, speed, control, spin, and feel at impact thoroughly.(Page 4)
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Hide SEED （Experience：More than ２０ years） I will try changing both sides
Changing from fore side, evolution MXD, back side, DNA Platinum XH and trying
As for the fore, it is hard to make a mistake even if you shake it with all your strength with a moderate repulsive force. A straight and speedy ball like MXD does not come out, but it becomes a ball with a peculiar sticky habit and it may or may not be applied more than expected, so it invites mistakes from the opponent. In a good way, there is time after hitting, and you will have time for the fifth ball attack after the third ball attack. The serve also sticks, it becomes easier to put out, mistakes are reduced, the change in rotation peculiar to adhesiveness increases, and the knuckle serve that is occasionally shown becomes effective. It is easy to lift low balls and balls that come out or not, and even difficult balls can be returned with high quality balls.
The back surface is also the same, and it rises well against downward rotation, so the back drive, which I was not good at a little, made it easier to return the ball. It also makes it easier to do technologies that you do not want to be repelled, such as block / stop. Chiquita slows down, but the feeling of getting caught becomes stronger and you can have a sense of stability.
While trying various rubbers, 09C was the highest class rubber that made me want to replace it immediately and try it.
All10/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control10 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use REVOLDIA CNF
Cutman （Experience：４〜５ years） Good for Cutman!
The first impression is that it bounces a lot when attacking, but when it comes to defense, it does not fly more than I imagined.
Not flying is easy to fit on the table against the opponent's bang, but there is also the disadvantage that you do not fly forward from yourself for loose balls such as loops
If you try to inquire from the middle and apse, you will get deep into the opponent's court, so I thought that it would suit both offensive-oriented cutmen and defensive-oriented cutmen.
All10/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control10 Hardness Little soft
Kuromame （Experience：４〜５ years） Demonstrate a different dimension of performance compared to other adhesives!
B Grass.d.tecs GS Acid Green Cutman using a racket for attack
Compared to Kotekote's Chairaba (Kyohyo NEO3 Orange Sponge) * Personal impression *
Adhesive strength is slightly more adhesive than NEO3
Compared to the drive / leopard, the opponent's court goes deeper and the speed is faster at 09C.
Inquiry / Draws an arc as much as a leopard and overcomes the point that the adhesive rubber does not bounce because it goes deep into the opponent's coat.
Since it is a counter / dignics sheet, it does not lose rotation (counters are even)
The tabletop / Tsuttsuki and stops were shorter than I expected. However, compared to the leopard, it doesn't bounce, so the leopard stopped shorter.
There were many overs such as flicks, and the leopard that did not bounce was easier to play and fit on the table.
At first I went online. However, like the leopard, I felt that the cut that was cut and the cut that was not cut had the same hitting sound, and the opponent was suffering from change.
Recommended for both fore and back as it is soft enough to be used with the backhand
The racket is for ALC or outerwear, and a racket for Cutman is enough (personal impression)
All10/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control9 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use Acoustic Carbon
Working person A （Experience：４〜５ years） Wide tolerance rubber
It is a rubber that does not choose a racket.
A comparative test shot was made with the butterfly inner alc, inner zlc, outer zlc, and outer TAMCA5000.
By rubbing even a racket that leaves the ball quickly, you can get a sufficient amount of rotation and speed with any special material.
It is easier to fit on the table than other tension rubbers due to its adhesive nature.
It is a rubber that is highly recommended for those who are using a fluttering racket such as Schlager, Primorac carbon, Ameretat, etc. and are having trouble with serving or processing on the table.
All10/10 Speed9 Spin10 Control10 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use Amurutato
Yoshiyuka （Experience：４〜５ years） Upward compatibility of madness
The back side is a change from the crazy NEO 37 ° orange sponge.
It's easy to do on the table, but you can still hit a drive where the ball runs too much
It will bounce, but I think it is easy to handle because it is easy to suppress because it is in the middle of madness and tension rubber.
All9/10 Speed9 Spin9 Control9 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use ICE CREAM AZX
Po （Experience：６〜１０ years） Compatible rubber
It is a review from a cut perspective. "Atsu" is used for the thickness. First of all, when I hit the fore, I felt that it was sticky to fly. However, when I drive, the ball falls and fits on the table. Since it is still sticky during the lower rotation, it requires a little power, but if you hit it well, a good ball will come out. Personally, the ball will run if you relax and hit it firmly. Tsuttsuki will fit even if you shake it more than usual. So I think it's easy to do the parts that don't cut. Although it is a cut, it does not fly, so it may enter shallowly and become a chance ball. So I think it's best to use your body firmly to hit it. Regarding the attack from the cut and the counter, if you miss it, it will fly before it bites in, so it may be good to drop it forward with the image of spinning. As an aside, it is an image that the stickiness is firmly bounced in the spring and the back grain, but since this rubber does not have such a feeling, I think that those who are concerned about the hit feeling can hit it with confidence. And I think that if it is a special material or a bouncy cut racket, it will fly just right, so I think that you should stick the rubber while considering the racket!
All9/10 Speed10 Spin8 Control10 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use DEFENSIVE PRO
The price of rubber is high （Experience：２〜３ years） The highest peak rubber!
Harimoto ALC racket, 09c in the fore, Dignix 64 in the back. Both rubbers are extra thick.
As you can see in the headline, it's the best rubber I've ever used!
We want to use the best rubber and purchase. Of course it was the highest peak!
Especially when you drive, how it fits on the table and the growth after bouncing is terrible!
Speed: Speed like "What a scary thing!" 100 points!
Time: As you all know, the highest peak. 100 points!
Control: Excellent thanks to the racket. 100 points!
Total rating: Please let me know if there is a rubber that exceeds this. 200 points!
From here, it is a comparison with other rubbers that I have used so far.
Speed (in order of speed): Dignix 64> Dignix 09c ≧ Fastark g1 ≧ Kyo Leopard Turbo Blue
Rotation (strongest order): Dignix 09c = Kyoto Leopard Turbo Blue (however, the ball quality is completely different)> Fastark g1> Dignics 64
Control (in order of ease): Dignics 09c ≧ Leopard Turbo Blue ＞ Fastark g1 = Dignics 64
Finally, I will say it again. Please let me know if there is a rubber that exceeds this.
All10/10 Speed9 Spin10 Control10 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use Tomokazu Harimoto Innerforce ALC
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