Table tennis Taro's profile
|Experience||More than ２０ years|
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We sell and purchase immediately. The seal of the rack mounted with ZLC. I am remembering that Amruthat (Shake) and Haruthat (Nihon Pen) were released with the composition of "3 + 2."
In a nutshell, it's a racket that chooses who to use, and I think it can not be handled by anyone.
In particular, I think it is difficult to manage without confidence in the bench-top technology.
In addition, because there are many heavy (over 90g) individuals, it may be tough for junior high school students and girls with double-sided rotational tension.
As mentioned above, I gave the negative side as personal impression, but there is no doubt that it is a wonderful racket.
Therefore, I think that even if it becomes abolished, it is traded at the price more than the sales price on the auction site etc.
The speed drive speed is better than the meat system smashing. On the other hand, I felt that the loop drive in the downward rotation was a little difficult. I tend to fly slightly straight, so I think the front is better than the middle back. If you are good at driving inquiries down, I think it is necessary to draw an arc with rubber.
Overall8/10 Speed9 Spin8 Control7 Touch8 Hardness Little hard
It doesn't impress compared to the same system of the Timber 7 OFF / S, but the balance is good.
It is similar to SWAT, as it is also called upper plate burnt system.
It is much more resilient than SWAT, but it takes a turn because the thickness is thin (specification 6 mm).
The feel at impact and the impact sound are closer to ore evo than SWAT.
Weight is a specification value of 87g, but I think that it is easy to handle even beginners because there seems to be a lot of light individuals (81g of their own).
We think that it is most suitable as entry model of 7 pieces of plywood.
Overall8/10 Speed6 Spin8 Control9 Touch8 Hardness Little soft
The point of concern is that the grip is thick. I am satisfied with the rest.
The feel at impact is not bad at all. I think there is a preference, but it is not a feeling of so-called "buff, buff" specific to the inner system, with a solid feel at impact for the inner. However, if you like the feel of the outer type "click", you may think that it is a little different.
There is a good impulse that does not disturb the rubber. Asking away from the platform may be a bit tough without power, but with the front team there is no problem at all.
The biggest advantage is that the ball does not fall in the block.
Recently, I use this racket exclusively for teaching.
Overall8/10 Speed8 Spin8 Control9 Touch8 Hardness Little soft
The standard in 7-ply plywood is Swat, SK7, Gashi Eki, 7P-2A system, clipper system, off-Charafsenzo V1 etc. I think that VIVA (Roskov VIVA) is also a very excellent 7-ply plywood.
In a word, it is a racket that you can feel the goodness not to bounce.
The best feature is that it has good operability (including control) and is very easy to handle on the bench. I especially recommend the use of doubles.
In addition, I think that it is easy to handle because it can be stored in the 170g range even if the double-sided rotation system tension rubber special thickness is applied to cover the speed and rotation because it is relatively lightweight.
As anxious point, because grip is a little small (the width is thin), it might not be suitable for the person with a big hand.
Overall8/10 Speed6 Spin7 Control9 Touch9 Hardness Little hard
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