Novice kid's profile
First of all when touching and sometimes grip has a gritty feel of wood,
There was a bit of discomfort.
There is no problem if you get used to it.
Speed, rotation and control are also high levels.
I used sponge thickness, inside this time considering weight balance,
With a solid hit feeling, but since there is no sense that the ball leaves well and fly quickly,
It is an impression that one who used sponge a little thicker rubber or thicker is suitable.
I felt it was a racket with a high degree of completeness because there was no hard-to-play technology.
Overall8/10 Speed8 Spin7 Control7 Touch7 Hardness Little hard
It is very easy to use. Just swing it does not rotate! I think that fitting feeling is wonderful. Spin making the best use of centrifugal force can be issued with easy impression of using wrist snap. Drive, meat, cut, Tsutsuki etc were all easy to do. Only I thought that I wanted speed a little more, but the degree of completion is a very high racket. Although it may be an attack type, I feel that it is a racket that I want all-round players to use by all means. Those who are lost in choosing a racket think that there is no loss even if they buy this. I think that I feel the high quality.
Rubber is easy to fit anything, it is a high-performance racket commensurate with the price.
Overall10/10 Speed7 Spin9 Control9 Touch9 Hardness Little soft
It is soft in the Stiga racket, and it is a racket with a somewhat reduced momentum.
Anyway, it was the first impression that the total balance was easy and easy to use.
I often used clipper CR, but I think that it is easy to use because the all - round type and intermediate - level celro have better balance.
Rotation and speed are reasonable and control performance is also high. You can do small work such as sticking and chikita without fail.
It is good that the weight is around 85 g and does not care about the rubber weight.
Overall8/10 Speed6 Spin7 Control8 Touch7 Hardness Little soft
First of all, grip design is good!
DONIC racket is the best in a fashionable feeling.
Impression that performance is excellent in total balance, small technique is easy to do.
The disadvantage is that speed is unsatisfactory
Those who ask for speed need to supplement with rubber.
I think it's for surprising advanced users.
If there is no technology that can draw out the merit of racket, it will transform the ordinary racket.
Overall7/10 Speed6 Spin8 Control8 Touch8 Hardness Little soft
I think that the total performance is very high, but I think that the place where the control is unstable selects the user. It does not mean that control is difficult because speed comes out, and for those who are accustomed to plywood racket, I think that there is difficulty in using because it is inexplicable control disturbance. It is a racket that can lose 1 point in the scene of being here. Because Tsutsuki is somewhat difficult and rampant easily, I think that it can make good use of performance if it is cutting off and attacking rather than shaking it. Sharp Tsutsuki is a racket that is easy to put out.
There is not much delicacy, but it is a racket that can be used considerably if you think that it is a racket for power play. Anyway, attacking table tennis, hitting a drive, rally battle is very strong and the ball is heavy so it is a gem that you can favor favor if it fits your style of play.
The racket I bought was 80 g and was 8 g lighter than the manufacturer notation. It seems to be a racket with considerable error, so we recommend you buy those who are actually measuring.
Overall9/10 Speed9 Spin8 Control6 Touch7 Hardness Little hard
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