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1.8mm thickness is used on the fore side of the cutman racket.
It was red, but first the color is good. And the moist feeling of the seat is more than the price.
When I hit it, it was one step higher than the traditional high elasticity represented by Mark V. Is it about halfway between Mark V and HPS? I will fly with a comfortable feel at impact and a hitting sound. Of course, it does not feel like flying freely, but it has a high elasticity "I'm hitting it" feeling.
The amount of rotation is not too much, but it is necessary and sufficient, and it took a lot of cutting.
Regarding the counterattack, it is okay to drive, but the meat type that makes you firmly bite is comfortable.
It is less affected by the opponent's rotation, so you can play as much as you want on the receive or on the table. When it comes to control, it's not comparable to tension.
To be honest, I can't find anything wrong.
If you are not a person who "tensions and sticks", isn't there anyone who doesn't like this rubber?
It's a shame that the manufacturers themselves have positioned themselves as "the undercard of the Ventus series" and "a rubber that will eventually graduate", but this is higher than the mark V in almost all points, high. I think it is a star of elasticity.
Overall10/10 Speed7 Spin7 Control10 Hardness Little soft
Table tennis is not a competition that competes for ball speed or rotation. It is a sport that competes for "Can you put a ball on the opponent's court?"
In any case, the first thing to look for is something that you can hit as you wish. By the way, what do you do if you look for a dark cloud?
So here is the Mark V, but first with non-tension, non-adhesive, probably the world's best, the highest balance in table tennis history.
On top of that, only the slightly adhesive XS is slightly different, but only the sponge is changed, there is a lineup of 30 °, AD, ancestor, M2, HPS, HPS software, from ultra-thin to extra-thick, and even skinned There is.
If you think of the Mark V series as "Mark V with a common sheet and a huge number of sponge types and thicknesses", only the excellentness of the sheet is guaranteed, Just choose the one that suits your needs.
Basically, does it feel like you're trying something soft and gradually hardening it? As for the thickness, it's really about each person, so there's only trial and error.
I am a cut man, but the thin (with skin) of the original Mark V is the best.
Overall10/10 Speed6 Spin7 Control10 Hardness Little hard
The opinion that "it's not tension but this price" is a little out of focus?
High tensions simply add R & D costs to the price, but do not imply high performance.
On the contrary, the tension that makes it difficult for most "moderate" players to get the most out of their performance, with small margins and more mistakes creates the mood "I can't win now unless it's tension." Is selling a really good business?
The V-stage is expensive, probably because the three-star ball is expensive, the criteria for good products are strict, and the yield is poor.
I think the direction of this rubber is really true.
However, with high elasticity rubber, which has a large margin and sufficient manufacturing know-how, I feel that it was necessary to pursue quality that would lower the yield and raise the price.
Overall10/10 Speed8 Spin8 Control8 Hardness Little soft
This is Cutman.
I was not good at tension rubber, and I used Mark V thin on the fore surface, but even if I try to step up to Mark VHPS, I like thin rubber, because I like thin rubber, so it's a similar type I was looking for a rubber.
Hikari SR7 has many types of sponges, and the thickness is thin or very thin, so I am very grateful.
I stuck PZC-SP with hardness 25 on the fore surface of the racket for cutting.
As for the impression after using it, it seemed like a high elastic rubber, there was a feeling of flying the ball by myself, and the stability of the cut and the amount of rotation were satisfactory. Especially the amount of rotation is considerably higher than Mark V.
Regarding the counterattack drive and smash, I think it is equal to or higher than the Mark V.
I think that the characteristic of this rubber will be better if you firmly hit it, rather than rubbing both the cut and the drive lightly.
Especially when it's thin and the core is eaten, it's nice that the feeling of a wooden racket is transmitted.
If you like Mark V, why not try this too?
Overall10/10 Speed7 Spin9 Control10 Hardness Soft
I put thickness on the fore side of Liberta Willow.
Once you've learned the basics of cutting with a takines chop, this is fine.
The sponge is quite hard, but the sheet is soft, so it's not too hard to use and you will get used to it immediately.
Although it is not as good as a tackiness chop, it does not play very well, so it is easy to suppress banging. Instead, you can't expect an attack, so I think it's better to use a light drive occasionally to stick with a cut and break the rhythm of your opponent.
The most notable is the rotation, which cuts and cuts comfortably.
For those who do not like to easily reach out on the tension and "get swayed by tools", I think that it is a rubber like silver oxide that tastes longer with longer use.
Overall8/10 Speed4 Spin9 Control7 Hardness Little hard
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