DNA PLATINUM XH
[Performance] Speed and Spin 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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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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