Mark V or slave, in the past it was standard to use either.
All the performance is stable at a high level
It is a rubber that I can recommend to anyone.
Suddenly tenazi, even if entering from rosena it will only be a treasure troublesome,
The first one is decided by this rubber if it is a butterfly.
Overall7/10 Speed6 Spin6 Control7 Hardness Little soft
It is now a standard for rackets for cut man.
Since the momentum is suppressed, as for the defense technique it is very stable
Especially for beginners, not Matsushita offensive etc "attack can also cut racket"
I will recommend this racket.
However, individual differences are considerably large from those of 70 g
Since 80g late things seem to be scattered, please be careful with racket selection.
Overall7/10 Speed5 Spin8 Control8 Touch7 Hardness Little soft
The cell ball era was a beginner's synonymous rubber,
It is a commodity completely left behind in the trend of the times with spec deferment.
If you are a beginner and you are buying a racket or rubber in the future
I recommend you Slave, Jammin, Mark V etc etc.
Overall3/10 Speed3 Spin3 Control7 Hardness Soft
I used it during my school days.
I have also used Feintorongu etc, but the Karl P3 can do the most easily the most.
I am using Grass Detex right now, but the experience of Carl P3 is fantastic.
Tsubu beginner beginner recommends using this rubber.
Overall8/10 Speed3 Spin3 Control10 Hardness Little hard
It is a racket that I got along with the restart of table tennis for the first time in decades.
As the reputation in the review is easy to handle, choose rubber, and also cheap!
I think that it is a racket to receive everyone.
Overall10/10 Speed8 Spin8 Control9 Touch9 Hardness Little hard
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