HH's profile

HH's profile
Gender Male
Age U30
Experience 6〜10 years
  • Use racket, rubber

    1. ARCTIC WOOD
      Racket

      ARCTIC WOOD

      Arctic Wood is what you get when you combine nature and science. A blade born in nature and craft...

User review

  • Rakza X Soft

    User review

    Use while changing the fore and back with the middle pen.
    It was a combination of a hard sheet and a soft sponge, but it was a rubber that was convenient for me, as it was not too soft when used in the fore and too hard when used on the back.
    It is possible to return the ball stably even if it is broken slightly, and there is no hole in the processing on the serve or the table. Personally I felt the best response, and I could shake it regardless of foreback.
    Basically, it will be suitable for those who are attacking in the front team. I haven't tried it, but I think that people who are good at playing behind the scenes and communicating their skills will use the normal X.

    The only thing that matters is the weight. Even though it is soft, it may exceed 50g even after being cut, so it is a burden for people who are not confident in their strength and physical strength.

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    2019/09/14
    Overall
    8/10
    Speed
    7
    Spin
    9
    Control
    9
    Hardness Little soft

    Recomend racket ARCTIC WOOD

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  • MANTRA M

    User review

    As we were looking for rubber for meat, we purchased. The price is conscientious and saved.
    If you hit with a sense of spin tension or stickiness, it may fall off at the time of fore strike, and it is for people who are conscious of flying the ball by themselves.
    It is easy to do flat hitting methods in a flat manner, and the area that can be targeted with meat has expanded.
    There are other dislikes from sticking because sticks and timing differ from other trendy rubbers that focus on spin.
    The rotation is average or a little unsatisfactory. You can be happy if you think that it is hard to be affected by the ball in the receive or block.
    Since the ball does not fly as soon as the posture collapses, if you want to be aware of the posture and trunk when hitting, the quality of practice etc. may improve. If you change the hardness and thickness, you can make wide adjustments, so I thought it would be good as the second and third rubber of people with a little competition history.

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    2019/09/14
    Overall
    8/10
    Speed
    8
    Spin
    7
    Control
    8
    Hardness Little hard

    Recomend racket ARCTIC WOOD

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  • ARCTIC WOOD

    User review

    After collecting information to make a new racket after a long time, I finally decided to purchase Arctic.
    I was expecting a lot from the specs alone, such as material, bouncy, weight, design, reviews on the net, etc. I really liked it.

    With a light hit, it will be within a controllable range with a little more bounce than a racket of a model 10 years ago or older. When I hit it hard, I played a lot and felt that I needed to get used to turning it. Personally, the feel of meat is a special note, and as a person who tends to share the likes and dislikes of tools based on meat, this alone is enough for fishing.
    Although it is common for all tools to improve the quality of the ball when you are aware of the impact, this racket seems to stand out. I also earned a reputation for feeling like never before. Whether it can be used will depend on your future efforts, but it seems that you can keep up with it for a long time.

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    2019/09/14
    Overall
    9/10
    Speed
    9
    Spin
    9
    Control
    8
    Touch
    10
    Hardness Little hard
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  • Offensive CR

    User review

    Soon after Glue was banned, I became interested in and purchased STIGA products. There was a time when it was sold by YASAKA, and the grip on hand has a YASAKA plate. Rubber chooses the combination that likes the hitting sound.
    The racket was quite light and the quality of play was improved thanks to better swinging than the previous racket (Majo SC), and it was promoted to the main racket.
    It is a strength that it is easy to control the ball even if you play it or rotate it with a moderate ball holding, although the shot feel is hard. The backside is bad because of speed issues, but it can stick with rotation.

    The only problem is a strangely light hitting sound. Personally, it ’s an addictive sound, but I do n’t think it ’s going to be received by everyone.

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    2019/09/14
    Overall
    7/10
    Speed
    6
    Spin
    8
    Control
    9
    Touch
    8
    Hardness Little hard

    Recommend rubber(Front) Nimbus Sound

    Recommend rubber(Back) Roundell

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  • MA LIN SOFT CARBON

    User review

    More than 10 years ago, it was purchased and used shortly after its release.
    Although it is a rather modest momentum for special materials, it was easy to cover around because of the glue age. The reason for the trial and error, such as Extend + Fusion, Sliver G2 + Catapult, was because of the ease of use of the racket itself.
    Rotation can be handled as if it were wood plywood. When playing, it is wood + α, which is not enough for those who expect carbon. For me, it was a good feeling because smash and meat could be strengthened without losing control.
    This year, the table tennis runner-up was achieved, but it may be a well-balanced racket to handle today's high-performance rubber. It is a racket that you want to try if you want control and a sense of hitting yourself.

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    2019/09/14
    Overall
    8/10
    Speed
    7
    Spin
    9
    Control
    8
    Touch
    9
    Hardness Little soft
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