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Gender Female
Experience 2〜3 years
  • Use racket, rubber

    1. INNERFORCE LAYER ALC.S
      Racket

      INNERFORCE LAYER ALC.S

      • Great for players playing close to mid distance to the table.• Ideal for strong first ball atta...
    2. Evolution EL-P
      Rubber (Front)

      Evolution EL-P

      EVOLUTION EL-P is the most elastic rubber of the EVOLUTION rubber series. EL-P with its medium sp...
    3. Rakza 7 Soft
      Rubber (Back)

      Rakza 7 Soft

      In Rakza 7 Soft the top sheet is the same as for Rakza 7. The sponge is softer which gives the ru...

User review

  • Rakza 7 Soft

    User review

    I used it on the back side. It is quite easy to rotate even if you bite or rub it.
    The speed is about average. Meat can also be balanced. Stops are a bit harder to do than hard rubber, but if you let them go, they will break and go fast. It is a well-balanced rubber overall. Beginners learn the technology of the back, and it is recommended to the back side of turning emphasis on the middle class.

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    2019/05/18
    Overall
    8/10
    Speed
    7
    Spin
    9
    Control
    10
    Hardness Soft

    Recomend racket INNERFORCE LAYER ALC.S

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  • INNERFORCE LAYER ALC.S

    User review

    I use Evolution ELP and Lakza 7 software on this racket. The plate thickness is as thin as 5.5 mm, so it is very stable to rotate. However, the board thickness is so thin that it can not go up to there. It is tough to meet in the back. So I think it is better to use a little rubber to compensate for the impact. The feel at impact is quite soft and it sounds a little. The ball is also very good. Recommended for beginners who buy carbon rackets for the first time.

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    2019/05/19
    Overall
    9/10
    Speed
    7
    Spin
    10
    Control
    10
    Touch
    10
    Hardness Soft

    Recommend rubber(Front) Evolution EL-P

    Recommend rubber(Back) Rakza 7 Soft

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  • Q5

    User review

    I went to a trial session and hit it. I thought that it would be easier for the rubber to spin if it was to bite this rubber rather than rubbing it. However, I thought that it wasn't for beginners because I needed a certain amount of power to make it go into it. Well, my seniors in a strong club club say, "I will take whatever", but I think this is probably due to the power of the senior's drive. I think that it is a rubber that can demonstrate the performance that advanced users use.

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    2019/05/23
    Overall
    8/10
    Speed
    8
    Spin
    8
    Control
    8
    Hardness Little hard

    Recomend racket Forutiusu FT

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  • Evolution EL-P

    User review

    I used it on the front side. Just like a 45 ° rubber, it's easy to spin. The speed does not come up to there, but it is stable because the arc is very high. The bottom strike is very stable at the height of the arc. I think that a racket with a softer feel at impact is better because it is easy to make the most of the characteristics of rubber and it is stable. The drawback is that the stop is easy to lift. Those who want to recommend are those who fight with stability and rotation such as loop drive.

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    2019/05/18
    Overall
    9/10
    Speed
    7
    Spin
    10
    Control
    10
    Hardness Little soft

    Recomend racket Innerforce Layer ALC

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  • Forutiusu FT

    User review

    It is the impression that I went to the trial run and hit it. The feel at impact was not as hard as I thought. The balance between speed and rotation was very good. The inquiries were pretty easy to do.

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    2019/05/23
    Overall
    9/10
    Speed
    8
    Spin
    8
    Control
    8
    Touch
    7
    Hardness Little hard

    Recommend rubber(Front) Q5

    Recommend rubber(Back) Q4

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