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Gender Male
Age U30
Experience 11〜20 years
  • Use racket, rubber

    1. SK7
      Racket

      SK7

      Seven plywood explosive destructive power and stability features to show on offense and defense. ...
    2. Tenergy 25
      Rubber (Front)

      Tenergy 25

      Powered by Spring Sponge Technology and with pimples of a larger diameter than other rubbers, Ten...
    3. ROZENA
      Rubber (Back)

      ROZENA

      • Rozena employs the rose-dyed Spring Sponge technology as its name suggests• The newly developed...

User review

  • Tenergy 25

    User review

    I also wrote it in the headline, but this rubber felt that the only word is exactly the same, there is no similar rubber.
    Although it is the characteristic of the rubber that I felt, first of all the meat system technology is easy to do. It is an image that can be hit by ignoring rotation.
    The second thing I felt is that the ball hits in the swing direction, better or worse.
    It will not be a good ball to let me dig into.
    It is not a rubber that seems to enter the other party 's coat without permission, such as drawing a curved line automatically, which is common for recent spin type tension.
    Although it is not a rubber that can help you on your own, I do not do extra things, but I think that it is a rubber that tells the clear ball what I want to do.

    Even if it rubs thinly it will rotate firmly and speed will come out if it is bitten. I think that if you can draw out the potential it is a rubber that can be said as tenacity.
    Also, I use a lot of bangs, but I felt the power loss was very low.
    It seems that there is a need to match the shot method to the rubber somewhat with a slightly sharp performance and the recent spin type tension with a shot feeling a little different, I think that it is a wonderful rubber if you get used to it.

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    2017/04/27
    Overall
    10/10
    Speed
    9
    Spin
    10
    Control
    8
    Hardness Hard

    Recomend racket Innerforce Layer ZLC

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  • SK Carbon

    User review

    A student in the same practicing place used it to hit me.

    First impression is outer carbon, but it is not too hard.
    Thanks to the thinning of the board thickness I feel a bend.
    And the ball drawn a curved line than I thought.

    Rather than a bouncy racket, it is an impression that it is a racket that can be made to bounce if it thinks to let it bounce.
    I think that it is an excellent racket which can produce speed even with a light force, but also easily rotate.

    However, as the ball gets lighter overall, I think that the person who wants to transmit power to the ball is satisfied with the inner material or seven plywood made.

    I think that it is also good for people who use early pitch table tennis and table software at the front team because it is carbon but there is no habit.

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    2017/10/29
    Overall
    8/10
    Speed
    7
    Spin
    6
    Control
    8
    Touch
    8
    Hardness Little hard

    Recommend rubber(Front) Vega Euro DF

    Recommend rubber(Back) Vega Asia

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  • FACTIVE

    User review

    It is an impression that my acquaintance used and hit me up.

    It is good balance that I felt first by striking this rubber.
    Although it is a soft eyed rubber, Taishi is not struggling more than I thought, it's not hard to stop and flick.
    The drive firmly draws an arc.
    It is not hard to increase downward rotation.
    It is easy to block.
    There was a sense of security that you could do any technology in a balanced way.
    It was exactly an anesthesia kind of like hitting a glue on the Hammond series.

    However, this rubber seems to be divided largely depending on what you are looking for.
    Although it is a well-balanced honorable rubber, because it is not a rubber that has personality, I feel the characteristic is a rubber that is hard to put out.

    Speed ​​and rotation are inferior to high end rubber.
    I do not like a sticky honey ball.
    The rigid ball on board is difficult to get out.

    I felt it was not suitable for those seeking something personality on the rubber.

    On the contrary, those who recommend the shake are many blocks.
    It looks good on the back of the pen.

    Also, for the first time I started table tennis I wonder if a beginner who gained some skill got it on both sides? I think.
    If you combine with a swat, it feels like a combination that Cospa can be used well for a long time.

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    2017/09/10
    Overall
    7/10
    Speed
    6
    Spin
    6
    Control
    7
    Hardness Little soft

    Recomend racket Swat

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  • Regalis Blue

    User review

    It is an impression of being letting friends use it.
    First of all, it is a Japanese made rubber like gibberish and clear shot feeling.
    I am disappointed with German thick shot feeling and want to recommend to those who like Japanese-made classic rubber.
    However, the absolute value of the rotation amount is less than the recent German rubber and tenazy. So it may not be suitable for those seeking stuck on rubber.
    Although I am impressed as a spin type tension, I felt it as a somewhat speed-oriented design.
    Since the balance as rubber is very good, those who do not fit tightly with German tension may try once.
    Cospa is also good so I recommend it.

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    2017/07/11
    Overall
    8/10
    Speed
    7
    Spin
    6
    Control
    8
    Hardness Little hard

    Recomend racket Swat

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  • Rakza X Soft

    User review

    Since my acquaintance used it, I write my impressions.
    First of all, I struck with a soft version of Rakuza X with a rubber image in an easy-to-use position, but I actually feel stiff when I hit it.
    The sponge is certainly soft and has a sense of grasping, but the seat is hard.
    It was an impression that I feel hard as a whole due to the hardness of the seat.
    If you hit with the image of the same lakuza series lakuza 7 soft you feel the same soft as hard to think.
    However, since the table does not ramp up even in the position of soft rubber, I am using a hard rubber but I think that it is a rubber that fits people who want a little ball holding.
    Because the grip of the seat is very good, you can secure the amount of rotation also for the loop drive and the toe rope firmly. However, we recommend purchasing on the basis that it is a rubber very sensitive to the rotation of the opponent.

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    2017/07/09
    Overall
    8/10
    Speed
    8
    Spin
    9
    Control
    8
    Hardness Little hard

    Recomend racket KORBEL

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