Novice kid's profile

Novice kid's profile
Gender Male
Age U30
Experience 4〜5 years
  • Use racket, rubber

    1. TP LIGNA CI OFF
      Racket

      TP LIGNA CI OFF

      TP_LIGNA stands for premium, from A to Z, and is the ultimate investment in your game quality. Th...
    2. X-Tend HS
      Rubber (Front)

      X-Tend HS

      Powerful New Generation of STS developed to comply with new Speed glue rules.STS is well known fo...
    3. Rubber (Back)

      Omega IV Euro

      For technical style pros keen on balanced aggression.Deeper and longer ball dragging at the surfa...

User review

  • KORBEL

    User review

    I bought this racket now, but I was surprised with the balance being insanely balanced. It was a racket which is considerably easy to use in total though it seems to be uncomfortable for the hand grip slightly feeling like flat. I think speed is reasonable, but I think I can put out a heavy ball. Moreover, it can be used even from beginners because spin and control are also good. Although the feeling of the blade is large, this size is a good feeling with a size that can be played in almighty.
    Although the weight is heavy in this spec band, I think that it is just fine if the weight is higher and it is possible to put a heavy ball or the block is stabilized. Rubber is sticky, tension, back, table, grain, whatever.

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    2019/01/23
    Overall
    8/10
    Speed
    6
    Spin
    8
    Control
    8
    Touch
    8
    Hardness Little soft

    Recommend rubber(Front) X-Tend HS

    Recommend rubber(Back) GTT45

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  • SK Carbon

    User review

    It is lightweight and easy to use racquet that comes out so much. I feel the carbon feeling is not so much and I feel that I use wood and hit the ball with my hands. I am a 5 user, but I can use it completely without discomfort. Impression that it is easy to spin. The grip is narrow and small skill is rather easy to do. You can do Chiquita and Tsutsuki smoothly. Those who like fat grips may not fit.
    The performance of the racket is high overall, and because it is lightweight, I think that the missing performance becomes a racket that you can patronize for a very long if supplementing with rubber. I think that you should buy it for the second or third one.

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    2019/01/18
    Overall
    7/10
    Speed
    6
    Spin
    8
    Control
    8
    Touch
    7
    Hardness Little soft

    Recommend rubber(Front) ROZENA

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  • Regalis Red

    User review

    It is also listed in the TSP catalog, but the weight is lighter than the high elasticity rubber. It is the best rubber for those who want to lightly tackle the racket with pasting tension rubbers with a reasonable performance.
    Spin is the most attractive performance. Because the seat is caught, it will take a strong rotation with the drive that rubs. When putting out speed, it will come out well if you hit into the sponge and hit it. I used it while flipping it with regalis blue, but the impression is that red comes out more speed, depending on how you hit it.
    The disadvantage is that the ball feels light. Meat striking, knuckle balls I think that they are easy to strike.

    Those who want to lighten the racket think that it will be considerably lighter if you paste this rubber on one side. I think it would be nice to try out those who feel Vega etc stuck and racket is heavy.

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    2018/12/26
    Overall
    7/10
    Speed
    7
    Spin
    8
    Control
    7
    Hardness Little soft

    Recomend racket Black Balsa 7.0

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  • Acuda S1

    User review

    Used in the fore. It is a German rubber loose stick. Rotation, speed It feels like so much all-round rubber. It seems that control may be a bit difficult. It seems that it will take time to get used to playing and playing back on the platform as well as the rubber rebound.
    For the price, the performance is low and the cospa is not high impression. On the fore, it is a rubber that is lacking in decisive order, so it seems that playing that made use of spin performance such as connection and chikita in the back is suitable.
    Although it is also Akuda S3, I think that it is better to consider it as a back side or all round rubber because there is no disadvantage though it is rubber with no strength like this.

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    2018/12/24
    Overall
    6/10
    Speed
    6
    Spin
    6
    Control
    5
    Hardness Little hard

    Recomend racket Tray bar H. off

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  • Black Balsa 7.0

    User review

    Anyway, it's lightweight, you can quickly switch the fore and back, swing speed will also rise, so you can hit a fast ball. We combined the lightweight tension rubber (regaris) with a lightweight racket, but it's not a bad combination, but the speed type tension rubber may be better. I think that sponge is more than thick and strikes slightly and it fits hard stiffness of racket.
    The disadvantage is that although the speed comes out, the ball feels light. I thought that if you spin strong rubber on the spin type rubber or raise the speed with the speed system you could make a more powerful table tennis.
    In the lightweight racket, we are out of group and the performance is high, so the price is also cheap so please use it if you are interested.
    Even more light Black Balsa 5.0 is also a nice racket.

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    2018/11/27
    Overall
    9/10
    Speed
    8
    Spin
    8
    Control
    8
    Touch
    8
    Hardness Little hard

    Recommend rubber(Front) Regalis Blue

    Recommend rubber(Back) Regalis Red

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