DNA PLATINUM XH
[Hardness] Little hard
[Performance] Spin and Speed to have excellent
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Reviews of DNA PLATINUM XH. 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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katsuo000_2 （Experience：More than ２０ years） Post-tenergy's best grip, rotation performance and stability!
53g hardness tester (Tena 05): Sheet side 45.4 (44.6), Sponge side 44.6 (43.3)
-Easy to handle and high rotation performance that does not make you feel 52.5 °!
-The grain of the sheet is thick, and it has a stronger grip than R53!
-Good compatibility with wood and inner carbon!
The seat bites well, and I felt that it was a rubber like Tena 05 or Tena 19 except for the weight. The counter is a little difficult because it looks like Tena.
Even with a backhand loop drive with high rotation performance and low technical level, the other party flirted. Compared to R53 and MX-D, which have post-tenergy tension, R53 and MX-D have a finer grain that separates the ball quickly, while DNA Plastic XH has a thicker sheet and a stronger grip. .. The flashiness was modest, and the trajectory of the drive was a little mature in terms of the growth from the opponent's court. Even if the performance is underestimated, it is the same as Tena, and above all, the goodness of fitting on the table is a good impression, and I think that it will be a good option. It is a little heavy for its thin features, so if you take measures (small blade area and stick it away from the grip), you will be able to fully demonstrate the performance of rubber!
All8/10 Speed7 Spin9 Control9 Hardness Little soft
Racket recommended use REINFORCE AC
company （Experience：２〜３ years） Speed and grip!
Compared to R53, which has similar sponge hardness
The speed was equal to or higher than that, and above all, the rotation and grip were greatly exceeded.
For a German rubber, the downward rotation is also good. The performance was worth the price, but it's still expensive, so I'm going to use the R53.
All9/10 Speed9 Spin9 Control7 Hardness Hard
Racket recommended use TECHNIX
Marumu （Experience：６〜１０ years） It ’s expensive, but it ’s bad.
Overwhelming momentum at the fore hitting stage! And you can easily speed up even with a light hit! Since the seat is solid, you can hold the ball and it will fit stably! It takes a lot of rotation, but if it's just a seat, it's a little loose. If you bite into the rubber, you can hit a ball with a lot of speed and rotation, and even though it is deep and heavy, it is a god-like rubber that fits properly on the table. The hardness is 52.5, but it is not so hard and the sheet is soft and thin, so it is easy to enter the sponge and bite into the rubber! However, I thought that the ability of this rubber could not be maximized unless it was bitten and hit. If the loop is thin, it will be a very loose ball, so it is better to hold a sponge to get a ball that is difficult to pick up. Of all the tension rubbers I've used so far, this rubber is definitely the best performance. Those who are interested in it are expensive, but I recommend buying it.
All10/10 Speed10 Spin9 Control9 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use CYPRESS T-MAX
Hide SEED （Experience：More than ２０ years） Impressed by the good balance
Shake back attack type
Fore advanced, back intermediate level
Currently using Fore Evolution MXD and Back Target Pro GT47
After hitting for two days, both decided to change to DNA Platinum XH
The reason for the change is that speed, stability, rotational force, and ease of technology (security) can be achieved at a high level.
Comparing with the rubber used in the fore
In terms of speed, there is Evolution MXD, but there is a sense of stability and fear of entering when hitting a ball.
In terms of rotational force, Target Pro XD52.5 is better, but it gives a little sense of stability.
The previous rubber was also good, but while I felt the advantages, I also felt the disadvantages.
I personally think that the characteristic of DNA Platinum XH is that it has few drawbacks and many advantages.
I am impressed that the back is easier to use than other rubbers for its high hardness.
It's more powerful than the Target Pro GT47, so it's an intermediate level, but I'll change it for a while.
There are many parts that I feel good about, and there are no drawbacks. This is my DNA Platinum XH.
All10/10 Speed9 Spin9 Control9 Hardness Hard
Racket recommended use CARBONADO 45
Meet each other （Experience：１１〜２０ years） Cutman long-awaited rubber
I used it in the cut. From the conclusion, I think it will be the best piece for Hyundai Cutman. Needless to say, the attack power is high, and both rotation and speed are perfect. And although it is the main cut, I was honestly surprised that it fits well beyond my imagination from the momentum at the time of the attack. I originally used DNApro H 1.9, and I thought that this rubber with a sponge thickness of 2.3 would probably not be stable in cutting, but when I actually used it, it was easier to cut than I imagined, and over mistakes I didn't really care. The stability of the cut is not much different from when using DNAproH, and only the attack power is increased, which is a fairly good result. I don't think there are many rubbers that have both attack power and cut stability at such a high level.
As a neck, the weight is heavy and the price is right. I am also wondering how long it will last. However, I think that it has the performance that is only expensive, and I think that it is a rubber that I would like people who are intermediate or above Cutman and those who are using the DNApro series to try it once.
All10/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control9 Hardness Little hard
Racket recommended use DEFENSIVE CLASSIC
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