[Hardness] Medium hardness
[Performance] Control and Speed to have excellent
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Reviews of V>11 EXTRA. 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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Kinky Manual rubber that looks like a slaver coated with speed glue Verified Purchase
Middle-aged speed glue generation.
When I was active, I applied speed glue to the slaver and slaver FX, and if it was a discontinued product, I applied speed glue to the catapult, and I tried Vega Asia, Lazanter r42, and Lakza 7 in search of a rubber that was close to when I returned, but it didn't work.
Perhaps because the performance of the seat has improved, I just couldn't get used to the feeling of popping up.
If you try using v11, this is it! The feeling.
When smashing, packing in the swing direction! It was that feeling of flying. A rubber that uses smash as a weapon.
The amount of rotation is not small, and the loop that is squeezed in until just before going to the board becomes a weapon by itself. If you skip the swing or meet too much, it will be difficult to rotate. A rubber with a full-blown manual feel that is typical of victas, for better or for worse.
I don't think people who like automatic transmissions such as Tenergy will match this point, but I was a very favorite rubber.
Serving was fairly easy to apply, and there were no techniques that were particularly difficult to do, including Tsuttsuki and the tabletop. Because the sheet is soft, you can use it without feeling the hardness of the sponge.
This price is high because of this performance and lightness. As a smash lover, I thought I'd keep using it for a while.
All8/10 Speed9 Spin9 Control8 Hardness Little soft
BUTTERFLY followers （Experience：２〜３ years） Stabilize!
When I was looking for a rubber on the back side, I heard that it would be released and decided to use it. In fact, I was the first to hit German rubber.
When I hit it for a test, it still flies pretty well. At first, I was confused by the feeling of hitting with the rubber I was using up to now, and the difference in the trajectory (well, I think so), but I think that I gradually learned how to hit it, while spinning firmly, a ball with speed Can be hit. It doesn't have to be that special, but I think it's easier to put on, perhaps because the seats are also softer. I especially felt that the meat-related technology was easy to do! I think the block will fly a little because of the racket. However, that is not only a bad thing, but it also means that you can put out counter-type blocks. As I mentioned at the beginning, it was made lighter, and I was able to feel it while striking it. So I think it's okay to stick MAX. However, I personally think that it is slightly less powerful, so I would like to recommend using it on the back side for those with some skill. The prices are easily accessible, so why not try using it once?
All8/10 Speed8 Spin7 Control7 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use Timo Boll ALC
Back sticky （Experience：２〜３ years） Very nice
It feels different from the V15 extra.
It's light, but the speed is amazing.
It is a good rubber that is easy to do underneath, but the life is short because the sheet is soft.
All9/10 Speed9 Spin9 Control8 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use MEBEAULE α
Soil digging man （Experience：６〜１０ years） The sponge is hard and the sheet is soft
Changed from Fastark G1. Extra thickness is used on the back surface.
You can handle benches, blocks, counters, drives, and meats in a stable manner.
The tabletop is much more stable than the G1. The impression is that the amount of rotation of the upward rotation drive is not much different. However, the grip (feeling of grasping) is inferior to that of G1, so you need to be aware of the impact. There is no problem if you get used to it.
The amount of rotation of the downward rotation drive is higher in G1, but there is an impression that there is little variation in mistakes.
The flight distance is better for G1. It is a rubber that is not suitable for inquiries in the apse with my power. Weight is about the same as G1
All10/10 Speed8 Spin8 Control10 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use Kenta Matsudaira ALC
Fermata （Experience：６〜１０ years） Recommended for back
The back was not stable, so I attached 2.0 to the inner alnade carbon. I tried to hit it in the foreground, but I felt that it was harder to do than Lazanta and Q5 because I am a type that hits stupidly with meat. Fore drive and middle drive will be stable without any problem if you are a regular drive man. It feels like it's biting in properly, and the shot feeling is really good. (If you like, try playing billiards.) It's a back drive, but it's very beautiful, but the arch line is a little low, and if the foam is solid, the back attack system is the strongest.
All10/10 Speed8 Spin7 Control8 Hardness Little soft
Ketaka （Experience：２〜３ years） I heard it's light
I heard that it is a lighter rubber than V15
I pasted it on the fore side and tried it.
Suddenly, it seems to be for intermediate users.
I felt it was easy to hit meat and block.
Especially the counter is easy to do.
With this lightness, this performance was beyond my imagination.
All9/10 Speed9 Spin9 Control8 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use FIREire FALL SC
Wanta （Experience：４〜５ years）
At the recommendation of a friend, I bought it because it was a rubber that suits me.
When I hit it, I felt that the seat surface was less caught, but I could lift the lower rotation normally.
It is straight like a rubber with a hard trajectory as a whole, without being easy to float due to the stickiness that is common with soft rubber.
I feel that the seat is less likely to get caught, so I feel like I can hit it without worrying too much about the influence of the opponent's rotation.
I feel that I haven't been able to serve well because of the seat being caught, but it seems that it is spinning as it is.
If you practice multi-ball with soft rubber, there will be marks that cannot be removed from the rubber, but this rubber may have a long life because there are no marks left.
Personally, it's a little stiff and I'd like to use it after improving a little, but it's quite easy to use.
The rubber feels soft, but the sponge is hard, so if you don't swing it with a proper swing, you will get the impression that a good ball will not come out, so you will get tired.
I didn't specialize in anything, and I felt that all the technologies were easy to do.
Isn't it suitable for people who specialize in rubbing sheets and prefer parabolic trajectory? I think.
I feel that the seat is less caught, so I lowered the rotation by one.
All10/10 Speed9 Spin8 Control9 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use FLYATT Carbon PRO
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