TRIPLE Double Extra
[Hardness] Pretty soft
[Performance] Spin and Control to have excellent
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Reviews of TRIPLE Double Extra. Players who use Rubber evaluate various points such as hardness of the sponge, speed, control, spin, and feel at impact thoroughly.(Page 2)
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ball crusher （Experience：１１〜２０ years） Isn't it okay to classify the adhesive tension?
The feeling of hitting is spinning, and I think that even tension users can hit it because it enters stably without being conscious of the surface like a leopard.
The feel of hitting is between neo3 and turbo blue.
The sphere is stretched and sunk like Golden Tango and Rakuza Z Extra Hard, and it feels like neo3 is coated with an auxiliary agent.
The most similar one is the blue whale 3 self-striking bottom 39 °, isn't it?
The weight is much lighter than Turbo Blue, but I felt it was reasonable.
It is difficult for habit balls and baseball to come out.
It seemed to be quite easy to take.
There were many scenes where I thought that the recipient would feel lighter than the ball quality I thought, but I think I'll use it for a while because it's more stable than the leopard.
All9/10 Speed7 Spin10 Control9 Hardness Hard
Racket recommended use MA LONG CARBON 2
Child 哈 red （Experience：More than ２０ years） Changed from Lazanter R50
For the last 3 years, I used the one made by andro with a hardness of around 50. I have pasted Kyo Leopard NEO3 etc. for stickiness, but I have a bitter experience of returning it in one day without mastering all of it.
Fore hit (light hit): You can hit it without any discomfort, although you can feel the hardness.
Drive: The arch line will be larger than before, but if you swing it firmly, it will fit on the court.
Drive (downward rotation): If you can control the impact to some extent, it will lift up and fit on the court with a moderate arch line. This is almost what I'm looking for in a match, and I'm impressed with this downturn.
Smash, angle hitting: No problem with high RBI
Receive: If you put the racket at the landing point early, the stop to the lower rotation system short serve will be cut off with a real feeling. Fore flick has no problem if it has a high RBI
Block: No problem if you are aware of follow-through that pushes the ball slightly above
Counter: If you hit it with the consciousness of turning it back, it will fit firmly on the table
Serve: Cuts well and is easy to put out short
As a general comment, it is a long-awaited piece for me who wants to develop from the 3rd and 4th balls. I am very grateful that I can stop on the table and hit the drive as it is without improving the swing.
All8/10 Speed7 Spin9 Control7 Hardness Hard
Racket recommended use ICE CREAM AZX
Table tennis club of a certain university （Experience：６〜１０ years） It may change depending on the person who uses it.
There are some things I learned from using this rubber. (This is my personal opinion.)
1. I know that it will rotate properly.
2. To some extent, we can meet and have detailed skills
3. You can have a meeting with the apse.
I think people who can do the above points are very easy to use. I thought it was similar to NEO3, but it's not similar when I actually use it. Rather, I think it is another adhesive type rubber. I think that many people will use it in the future. There are no complaints about the counter and serve. There is no complaint about speed.
I don't recommend people who use adhesive suddenly, so it may be good for people to change from other adhesive rubber.
All10/10 Speed9 Spin9 Control10 Hardness Hard
Racket recommended use QUARTET AFC
Hippopotamus （Experience：２〜３ years） Super hard rubber
It is a very hard rubber. It takes a lot of rotation
However, because it is hard, "it does not bite into it, so we recommend rubbing it.
All10/10 Speed8 Spin10 Control9 Hardness Hard
Racket recommended use Swat Carbon
Adhesive man （Experience：６〜１０ years） Close to Kyo Leopard Neo 3
As the title suggests, it was a shot feeling close to Neo 3. Since both the sheet and sponge are made in China, it takes a lot of rotation, but it is quite difficult to fly. So when I got off the table, I felt it was pretty tight. I had the impression that the Kyo leopard turbo series was superior in both speed and rotation if it was extremely sticky. The good points are that it is lighter than the Kyo leopard series, so there is little delay in swinging, it is easy to rotate the serve, and it is easy to play on the table such as stop and tsutsuki.
All7/10 Speed6 Spin9 Control8 Hardness Hard
Racket recommended use VISCARIA
Kokuuma Taro （Experience：６〜１０ years） Rotation is terrible
This is my first review. It will be a comparison with Nittaku's Turbo Blue.
First of all, it is quite light. The turbo blue extra thickness (2.0) and TD extra thickness (2.2) were about 13g lighter. As it becomes lighter, centrifugal force is less likely to be applied to the swing, making it difficult for powerful balls to come out. On the other hand, because it became lighter, the swing speed increased and the amount of rotation of the serve drive increased.
I also felt that the bench technology (stop, Tsuttsuki, flick) was quite easy to do because of the strong adhesiveness.
Although it has the above merits, it doesn't really fly because it is a genuine Chai Raba. If you are aiming for a play that makes use of the amount of rotation peculiar to adhesive rubber instead of power, why not give it a try.
All10/10 Speed6 Spin9 Control8 Hardness Hard
Racket recommended use VISCARIA
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