Use racket, rubber
- ZEPHYLIUM CARBON (ZLC) and ARYLATE CARBON (ALC), both with clear distinctive performance in one b...
- Rubber (Front)
- The rubber surface of the MX-P50 HARD version is identical to the rubber surface of the already f...
- Rubber (Back)
- The VO > 102 rubber is one of the latest innovations made by VICTAS. The geometry of the short an...
I'm saying it's back, but it's not really like the back. The trajectory is straight and speeds up, but the drive is not stable at all. Since it flies frankly in the direction it was swung, it uses a lot of nerves to hit a ball. Blocks are easy to play, so it's good for defensive people.
However, since it was surprisingly good when used on the fore side, I think that it fits the pen table.
It does not fit at all with the attack type of shakeback table.
Overall5/10 Speed8 Spin7 Control4 Hardness Little soft
Blue came out so I bought it. The thickness is MAX.
Fore tap, fore drive
If you hit it firmly, the ball will run considerably. It feels pretty good when it comes to speed drive. However, the loop went up too much or didn't go up, and it was difficult to get a good quality ball. Even if I went down from the table, he entered firmly.
Back tap, back drive
It was pretty good. I'm a person who doesn't loop in the back, so I didn't have to have any drawbacks when I was in the foreground.
You can enter anything. No complaints.
Is difficult. Especially the serve to the front of the fore comes out from the stand. However, there was no problem with technologies that did not stop short, such as Tsuttsuki and flick.
For back. Since it does not use the loop and serve, which are the drawbacks, only the advantages can be utilized.
The sponge was surprisingly soft. It is more important to hit the sweet spot properly than to have a strong impact. If it hits, a sufficient ball will come out even with a slightly weak impact.
I gave up because it is a back table.
Overall8/10 Speed10 Spin7 Control7 Hardness Little soft
This table software is a rotating system. I used it on the back side, but it takes rotation anyway. The drive can be easily lifted, and even if you go down to the apse, the power will come out and you can meet. Blocks are also easy to fit, because the sheet gets caught and the trajectory is slightly arcuate.
The downside is that knuckles are hard to come out. Therefore, it is not suitable for those who score in the change of the table. I was told that the ball was pretty easy to use, but very easy to take. In addition, it is difficult to say that you can aim for a sweet loop drive with a single shot because the smash tends to be slightly drive-like.
However, it is recommended for people who want a good table but want to rotate it, or those who say that the rotation of the table they are using is not enough.
Also, I was able to use this rubber without difficulty even if I had people using the back software now use this rubber. So, I can quite recommend it to those who are thinking of moving from back software to front software. You can get used to the feeling of the front while hitting like a back.
It's a pretty good rubber, so if you're lost, why not try it once?
Overall9/10 Speed7 Spin9 Control8 Hardness Little soft
It's quite interesting because it contains different special materials on both sides. It is good to use it according to your own style.
I put the front software on the A side (using the back), but it feels super good as if it hits. The ball is released quickly, so it is powerful.
I pasted the back software on the Z side. Since the emphasis is on rotation, the momentum is certainly suppressed from the A side, but it is stable by that amount and you can put out a ball with good rotation. Especially the loop drive was a good feeling.
However, the rubber attached was softer than expected (first purchase), so it was difficult to decide on the foreground. It is better to stick a hard rubber on the Z side.
Overall, this racket is really recommended for those who change the way they hit the fore and back. I think that people who use tables are especially well worth using. Even on the back and back, this racket is also suitable for people who hit the back with meat type or who are worried about the technique of either foreback and have to decide the racket according to one. Since it is used by Korean player Yeong-sik, the quality can be guaranteed, so if you are interested in it, I think there is no loss in buying it.
Overall10/10 Speed9 Spin9 Control9 Touch10 Hardness Little hard
It says "hard rubber" and "for top-level players", and I bought it at the recommendation of a salesperson, but that was not the case.
I bought 2.0 because of the promotion, but it was softer than I expected. It was good to use MAX normally. I use it in the foreground, but first of all, it is difficult for the drive to go deep into the court. And the speed is not so high. It was difficult to decide in the foreground. There was a rotation amount of the loop drive, but it floats a little. Speed drive has become a fairly straight trajectory. It became a trajectory that seems to be difficult to cut.
In conclusion, there is something like a so-called "thumbnail scam". Not for top-level players, but for intermediate players. If you look at it that way, it's good for intermediate players, but it's not for top-level players. Is it for stepping up from here to Omega 7?
Overall7/10 Speed6 Spin9 Control9 Hardness Little soft
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