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    1. TIMBER 7 OFF/S
      Racket

      TIMBER 7 OFF/S

      With our TIMBER Line, we rely on the pure performance of natural wood and veneer structures. In t...
    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. V>11 EXTRA
      Rubber (Back)

      V>11 EXTRA

User review

  • RASANTER R42

    User review

    I put it on B side thickly [use for about 3 months]
    I think it is a very stable rubber.
    I changed from R37 to R42.
    Third in the R series. [First: R48 Second: R47 / R50]
    This is because higher hardness is more important than R42.
    I think R42 is more about control and stability. [Similar to R37]
    If you want to use a higher hardness such as R47, I think it is better to use R47 for F side and R42 for B side.
    The R series is very compatible with XION's Vega series and VICTAS's V07 and V15 series
    Why don't you try it just for reference?
    I would be happy if you could choose a tool (。 ・ ω ・。) ノ

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    2020/03/07
    Overall
    8/10
    Speed
    7
    Spin
    8
    Control
    9
    Hardness Little soft
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  • V>15 Extra

    User review

    It was extra thick and used on the foreground.
    When I tried using it, the power and rotation were exquisite.
    No matter how light or heavy a racket is, it goes well and balances well.
    However, this rubber is actually quite sharp rubber. Why can I say that?
    If you don't bite it, you won't get strong.
    The strength of this rubber is that it is a strong point that it lets you dig into and release a powerful ball on the opponent's table and overwhelm the opponent
    "I think it's difficult to handle this rubber without the technology of biting the ball."
    Moreover, this rubber is a little harder, so I think it is the hardest to do in other V15 series. [May be reversed]
    So, if you use this rubber, it is good to use it for people who can bite in about intermediate to advanced users.
    If Extra is difficult to use, why not use stiff because it is more stable?
    I hope that it will be helpful for selecting tools (pq´v`) /

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    2020/03/02
    Overall
    9/10
    Speed
    8
    Spin
    10
    Control
    8
    Hardness Little hard

    Recomend racket TIMBER 7 OFF/S

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  • TIMBER 7 OFF/S

    User review

    It is light enough not to think of 7 plywood.
    In addition, the grip is thin, so it's easy to hold. !
    Performance is outstanding for price.
    However, it is better to stop using 7 plywood for the first time or the first racket for this (; ´Д `)
    If you are using 7 plywood for the first time, we recommend using Latika 7.
    This racket can be said to be a god racket for those who focus on attacks and those who drive hard.
    If you value stability or control, I think 7off is better than 7off / s (& # 39; ◇ & # 39;) ゞ
    And I will write something that fits this racket
    Recommended is a soft rotating tension on the back surface [German hardness 40-45 °, such as EL-P, Japanese hardness 30-35 ° is good (^ ▽ ^)]
    I think that the fore side is suitable for a rubber tension system that is not too hard [German hardness 40-48 °, Japanese hardness 30-38 ° is good]
    If you use this racket as a whole, the best balance is 40-48 ° {30-38 °}, which is not too soft or too hard.
    I hope it will be helpful for choosing tools (^ ^)

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    2020/02/26
    Overall
    9/10
    Speed
    8
    Spin
    9
    Control
    8
    Touch
    10
    Hardness Little hard

    Recommend rubber(Front) V>15 Extra

    Recommend rubber(Back) Evolution EL-P

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  • VEGA X

    User review

    I borrowed it from Mac Fan and hit it.
    Because I usually attack from the middle team, I do something on the drive, so personally the back was the easiest to use.
    I feel unsatisfactory when I do it in the foreground. I really like the Vega series, so I thought it was a favorite too. . .
    I felt Japan was better (; ´Д `)
    However, Tsutsuki is easy to cut, and the ball stops firmly at the stop, so it is quite perfect when it comes to bench processing.
    The back is good if you are an intermediate level, and the fore and back are good if you are a beginner. I feel
    I recommend back.

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    2020/03/20
    Overall
    8/10
    Speed
    8
    Spin
    7
    Control
    8
    Hardness Little hard
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  • THE WORLD CONNECT SPEED STAR

    User review

    I borrowed it from a friend and tried it.
    He / she spins more than we thought and considerably considerably.
    It becomes a rubber that takes more rotation by adding adhesion.
    The cospa is the best because you can overwrite the opponent's rotation.
    It is a threat because it is a pretty odious turn coming with a friend's opponent w
    Expect more rubber rackets from The World Connect (^ ▽ ^)
    However, the hardness is 36 °, so it is soft. Good for people who like sticky soft rubber

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    2020/03/14
    Overall
    9/10
    Speed
    8
    Spin
    8
    Control
    7
    Hardness Little soft
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