|Experience||More than ２０ years|
It is an impression of a racket that is comparatively easy to strike, and also has a momentum but also a firm control.
Although there are many opinions that the momentum is unsatisfactory in the backwards for the former team, I think that there is a prejudice of the use of Niwa player.
Although it felt slightly weak momentarily when trying to fly only on the seat, the flight distance also comes out firmly according to the speed of the swing.
Is it a question of how to feel that I felt that momentum was insufficient?
It is a racket flying as strikingly as it hits, so I think that ease of use will also change depending on the user, but it was an impression that relatively high cost performance is a racket.
Overall9/10 Speed9 Spin7 Control8 Touch7 Hardness Little soft
Comparison with Tenergy 64
Larry: The impression was a little stronger than Tenergy, but I didn't feel the difference
Drive: The speed was more impressive than the amount of rotation. The amount of rotation was larger than Tenergy and the speed drive drove down and the opponent seemed difficult to take
Saab: I think the rotation will take place and you can aim for Service Ace. Long / short adjustment is a little difficult and requires practice and technique
Block: I will wrap and play the ball firmly, so I think that it will become possible if you match even the impact firmly
Counter: The counter felt a little difficult. As mentioned above, the counter wraps around the ball, and it is difficult to take a counter unless the amount of rotation is carefully determined.
General comment: Speed is more important than the amount of rotation, so the fore speed drive is good, but I think it is a rubber that can demonstrate its ability to block on the back side, and well.
Overall9/10 Speed10 Spin9 Control8 Hardness Little hard
Recomend racket HURRICANE LONG 5
It is currently in use racket.
The elongation of the ball when banging is phenomenal.
I think that there is no part that I thought was especially bad and it was finished in a well-balanced manner.
As for the rainbow series of Kyubishi series, since there are many similar products, it is necessary to be careful, but I think that it is performance problematic if it is a genuine product.
What I used was Kyoto Leopard N 301.
Overall10/10 Speed10 Spin9 Control8 Touch9 Hardness Little hard
I got it with free sample along with Spectral Red.
As with Spectral Red, there was no particularly difficult technology.
Because it is stiffer than red, it is likely that the ball releases quickly, and it may be suitable for players who are mainly battle shots, block shorts.
I feel like wrapping it like when it is red, but it also takes a firm turn.
It may be hard to use for beginners and junior high school students.
I think it is a satisfying rubber even advanced users.
Overall9/10 Speed9 Spin6 Control7 Hardness Little hard
Recomend racket Seputia C
The price is 0 yen for free sample.
It is the successor to the Avalox BT which had been sold before from Nitaku.
It is a racket specialized in rotation technology such as a drive like Swedish made racket like Aberox.
Regarding the drive, I will draw an arch wire regardless of the front, back, and back. Flat batting method felt a little insufficient power.
On the bench processing, Tsutsuki, Tikita, Stop showed good performance that it was easy to do, flick was a soft touch to shoot with aiming at the course.
It might feel unsatisfactory for players who place importance on power like high school students, but I think that it is a matching racket for players who take first in the drive rally.
Overall9/10 Speed7 Spin9 Control10 Touch8 Hardness Little soft
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