[Hardness] Little hard
[Performance] Spin and Control to have excellent
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Reviews of AIBISS. 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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Kintetsu Goindo （Experience：４〜５ years） Difficult to evaluate
Think of it as the successor to spin art, but it's a completely different thing. No bounce, no speed, no amount of spin.
I don't understand the characteristics.
The person who started table tennis doesn't use adhesive rubber from the beginning, but is that the target?
It has less spin than Kyou leopard, less speed than recent Zieger PK50, and heavier than Yakasa's Shoryu.
If I dare mention the good points, is it a bench?
Poking, stopping, Chiquita was not so good.
All4/10 Speed2 Spin5 Control5 Hardness Hard
Can cook sugar （Experience：２〜３ years） Adhesive rubber recommended for the back surface!
I used it for the fore because I thought that the adhesive was not suitable for the back side, but it was really good when I tried using it for the back side! The back drive is easy to lift and block! Tsuttsuki is of course easy to do!
From the first part, back stickiness is said to be the main battle of Tsuttsuki, but Ibis felt that back drive was easier than Tsuttsuki.
All8/10 Speed5 Spin8 Control9 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use KORBEL
Ugyaa （Experience：４〜５ years） Is it not enough to attack?
If it is a drive that hits thickly, the speed is not good and it does not take rotation. However, if you rub it thinly, it will rotate tremendously. Therefore, if you rub the serve thinly, it will be applied.
It is recommended for players who compete with the amount of rotation such as breaking the opponent's block with a loop drive and smashing it.
Since it is a sponge that is hard and has little repulsive force, blocks and stops often stop. Also, it was very easy to cut. Since it is a sponge with little repulsive force against a fast ball, over mistakes are reduced. The sharpness of the cut was also outstanding.
Since it is a heavy rubber, it is better to consider the thickness when purchasing or to do muscle training in advance.
All8/10 Speed6 Spin10 Control9 Hardness Little hard
You who love equipment （Experience：１１〜２０ years） Difficult to handle! !!
* It is a feeling of use that my friend used a little.
I didn't play it anyway.
It was a similar feeling when I used a leopard a long time ago. It takes a lot of rotation, but it is not recommended for those who like meat. The serve and drive took a lot of rotation anyway. Do you need the skill to hit the ball by letting it bite into the rubber? I thought.
I felt that it would be a good match with a racket that gives a long distance.
All6/10 Speed4 Spin9 Control8 Hardness Hard
Racket recommended use Timo Boll W5
Gama-chan If it's not a ticking outerwear, it will fly!
Seriously fly. If it goes down, it won't cross the net.
It doesn't cost for adhesive rubber.
Even though I was rubbing and hitting the opponent, I was told "Is this a knuckle?"
It is a rubber with a strong habit.
On the contrary, is a foreign cutman suitable?
You can control the amount of rotation, cut it as much as you want, and shake it back and forth.
All3/10 Speed2 Spin6 Control5 Hardness Hard
Racket recommended use SEGNA
Kakihara Maru （Experience：４〜５ years） Easy to counter from the block
This rubber is hard and the momentum is very suppressed. Therefore, I think that it is suitable for people who score in rallies, not people who score in one shot. Tsuttsuki is average, but the stop is easy to aim at the net, and I was able to get a lot of points on the table. Furthermore, even if it is hit, the momentum is suppressed so it sticks with the block, and the sponge is hard so it is easy to counter against loose drives, so you can put pressure on the opponent. Is it because there were many people who expected the butterfly tension rubber?
All7/10 Speed5 Spin7 Control8 Hardness Little hard
Aibiss （Experience：Less than a year）
I think Aibiss can be a really good rubber if you
have a really good technique. The rubber has pretty
low throw angle but the Chinese players like
Ma Long have low throw angle too. In Europe
we want fast rubbers with high arc but fast and
high throw angle rubbers are very sensitive to spin
but not Aibiss or the Chinese forehand rubbers.
I am going to use Aibiss on my forehand and learn
how to use it correctly.
All7/10 Speed4 Spin7 Control8 Hardness Hard
Racket recommended use CLIPPER WOOD WRB
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