Extra thickness is pasted on the fore surface. The back is a special thin vertical 20. I started using TRIPLE Double Extra soon after it was released. Currently, it is the third piece.
The receive on the table is very stable. Even an ambiguous angle can be returned without being affected by rotation. The forecut is also very stable. Certainly, Koji Matsushita was told on YouTube that he is currently using the thickness of TRIPLE Double Extra.
The lift of the drive is outstanding. The accuracy of the chori drive is very high.
Although it is stated in the catalog that it is suitable for top players, it is usually recommended because Cutman takes rotation and suppresses it. The flight distance is just right for Cutman.
At first, you'll be surprised at the hardness and stickiness, but please be patient for two weeks. Adhesion is just right and it is very easy to use.
Overall10/10 Speed8 Spin10 Control10 Hardness Hard
Recomend racket DEFENSIVE PRO
Hexa Grip sfx is a transition from 1.7, and Hexa Grip 1.7 is used for the foreground.
This transition has been a huge success and has made a very stable cut.
Especially, the front cut is very easy to do.
The return of the drive from the middle team is also powerful and leads to the score.
I didn't think that the hardness of 45 degrees was so powerful in both offense and defense and stable. For junior high school students and senior intermediates, I think it is the rubber in the middle.
Overall10/10 Speed8 Spin8 Control10 Hardness Little soft
I started table tennis for the first time in 36 years.
The racket is Stiga's defensive classic.
Rubber is vjc07, thinking variously.
Both cuts and attacks are well balanced.
Overall10/10 Speed8 Spin10 Control10 Hardness Little hard
Defensive Classic → Koji Matsushita Normal → Defensive Pro → Defensive Classic is back. Twice
I made a lot of strays, but in the end I thought that Cutman had a sense of stability in returning the ball. The rubber uses a triple-double extra thickness of 2.0. Koji Matsushita said that he uses it on YouTube, so I posted it. The soft racket and hard rubber make it more stable. You can also attack with the power of rubber. This combination is recommended for those who want to stabilize the cut.
Overall10/10 Speed6 Spin9 Control10 Touch10 Hardness Soft
When I was a junior high school student, I was doing club activities.
Last June, it resumed for the first time in 36 years.
Since I was a cutman when I was in middle school,
I'm still doing my best with Uncle Cutman.
However, the size of the ball and the quality of the rubber have changed from the past, and the rubber has been straying for a year. I tried Mizuno's Q4, Nittaku's Rev Spin, Butterfly's Takines Chop II, and Victor's vjc07 and vc07 regular, but they were all bad.
When I tried GTT40 by saying light tension, I got a very stable forecut. I was able to continue the forecut more than 10 times, while I was able to continue the forecut only about 5 times. The practice partner was also good at some times. After all, it's fun when the rally continues. By the way, the rubber on the back has 1 mm of darker Clair sponge attached. I think it's the best cutman's rubber to have a more fun practice than to win a match and to have a practice game where everyone is happy. After about half a year, I will try GTT45. I was addicted to light tension!
Overall10/10 Speed8 Spin8 Control10 Hardness Soft
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