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Experience 6〜10 years

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  • HEXER POWERGRIP SFX

    User review

    Used at 1.9mm on the back of the Liberty Synergy Japanese style.
    It is slightly harder than the grip SFX, but there is almost no difference.
    As a feature, anyway, as a rubber in this price range, the rotation is strong.
    Just turning the connecting ball or lightly swinging the loop will take a firm turn, and the clogged and hit ball will take a lot of rotation as the opponent fools.
    If it is rubber of this price range such as Chiquita and the lower rotation drive, it may slip relatively, but the grip SFX draws an arc firmly.
    However, straight balls, such as meatballs, were easy to hit and had the impression of no holes.
    Although the momentum is not so strong, it was a very good rubber like the cheap version Tenergy 05FX because it can rotate stably with any hit ball.

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    2019/12/30
    Overall
    10/10
    Speed
    8
    Spin
    10
    Control
    9
    Hardness Little soft

    Recomend racket LIBERTA SYNERGY CHN

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  • Supinpippusu Blue

    User review

    Used on the back side of Mignon R.
    I turned to Moristo SP from the back of the back looking at the activity of Ito but changed it to this rubber too difficult to control.
    As long as it is not too thin, it enters in the same way as the back software.
    Because it is harder than Moristo SP, it does not dig into a strange thing and it is very easy to hit meat.
    Regarding knuckles, almost no stroke occurred, when playing with consciousness of making a face and counting against speed drive, I could put a heavy ball.
    There is no complication in both speed and control with respect to turnover. Even if you can play it or stop it, it will be easy to enter and the range of tactics will expand.
    It is easy to deal with the deep tokki that the table software is not good because the drive can be easily done. As expected, the amount of rotation is inferior to the back software, but it is costly to induce over-miss when thinking it is a table ball.
    It is saved by the fact that there is not much slippage in the receive, so that the topping is not lifted. The stop will stop briefly, the flick seems to be flat and it is not much affected by the rotation.
    Everyone is recommended unless you are seeking the ease of knuckle ball.

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    2018/12/09
    Overall
    10/10
    Speed
    8
    Spin
    9
    Control
    10
    Hardness Little hard

    Recomend racket MIGNON R

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  • VEGA TOUR

    User review

    I could not feel like "the feeling of being rotated arbitrarily" like other people's reviews.
    However, the amount of rotation is sufficient and there is no feeling of slipping against downward rotation.
    I felt that momentum was also good and loss of speed was small especially when I played Chiquita.
    Not only the drive but also meat-like blocks and counters are easy to do and very well-balanced.
    If you give up one difficulty, I felt that cut shorts and side spin blocks would fly too much if the racket was to be bounced as soon as the ball separated earlier.
    It can be recommended to anyone who is an attack type player who has a certain degree of foundation.

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    2018/04/22
    Overall
    10/10
    Speed
    9
    Spin
    9
    Control
    8
    Hardness Little hard

    Recomend racket KA-SPEED

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  • GORIKI KAISOKU

    User review

    Used on the surface of Mignon R (spin-peppers blue on the reverse side)
    Although it did not expect the rotation because it is a rubber that places importance on meat, it takes more than expected.
    Saab is easy to cut downwards so that it will drop you dirty even with Tsutsuki.
    Drive firmly digests and grips, so it will not slip on the opposite rotation.
    Although it is the direction of the favorite me, this was noticeable mistake when hitting a downward rotation or a loop which floated with the impression which is influenced by unexpected rotation. I think that there is not much difference from other rubbers.
    However, with respect to counter smashing, it is easy to strike enough to surprise and it is easy to reproduce the canmaster.
    I feel very comfortable with the feeling that it will enter if you hit both the drive and the smash.
    Counter drive is also easy to enter.
    Receive is easy to get over because it is caught, touch is easy to do, but it was quite affected if it touched the angle.
    If you use both meat and players, you can use it well in the fore, and you can recommend it for other players if you are back.
    It was a good rubber above the price.

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    2018/12/09
    Overall
    10/10
    Speed
    9
    Spin
    9
    Control
    8
    Hardness Little soft

    Recomend racket MIGNON R

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  • Rakza PO

    User review

    The amount of rotation is rather large as seen in other people's reviews.
    However, there is slippage, so if you catch it thinly, you will immediately lose points.
    Meat is easy to play with a feeling of hitting like tension, but it is not a rubber that enters automatically, so you need to always be aware of the hitting point.
    I felt that the short was the effect of slipping or the knuckle was easy to put out for the rotating system.
    If you slide it, you can put out a block that you can stay softly.
    Tsutsuki also floats if you catch it thinly, but I used nerves because the momentum was strong.
    The performance was high and the feeling of manual was strong, so it was an impression for advanced users.

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    2020/04/12
    Overall
    9/10
    Speed
    9
    Spin
    9
    Control
    7
    Hardness Little soft

    Recomend racket LIBERTA SYNERGY

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