I put the table software on the foreground madness back. Let's compare Dignics 09c and Omega 7 China Shadow.
Momentum Dignics & gt; Crazy & gt; Omega
Spinning Mad & Omega & Dignics
Stability Dignics & gt; Omega & gt; Madness
Kusetama Omega & gt; Crazy & gt; Dignics
Hardness Hard Madness = Omega & Dignics Soft
It's like this. Among the crazy ones I used, it was as hard as the hardest one of the crazy NEO3. As for the receive sleeve, there is currently no rubber that exceeds this rubber. It's a drive, but it's already a cheat level. A lot of rotation remains and it returns. Even if you try to hit it on the table, it has to be heavy and the impact is solid.
It is a racket that fits this rubber, but I think a thin and hard racket is good. A stiga racket is recommended.
Lastly, I think that people who can master this rubber are about the national level or above. I haven't mastered it yet, so I'd like to do muscle training so that I can increase the impact, and give a ball that is even more vulnerable.
Overall10/10 Speed9 Spin10 Control10 Hardness Hard
Recomend racket GORIKI DANSHI
After all, this cospa.
If you use it as a rubber for the back, it seems that it takes the most in the soft tension rubber with the technology of Chiquita, back drive rotation system. It takes about the same as a hard rubber. It's a rubber, but it's a rubber that seems to have slowed the speed of Rosena and increased the rotation a little.
The speed is also a bit slow when I do a speed drive, but since I have two pairs of feet, it will extend considerably and I will blow it if it is not in a class with a rotation amount. Stability is also more stable than a demon.
One thing to note is that Tokuatsu doesn't have a strong impact, but I don't recommend it for middle-advanced players. If you want to use it in the foreground, it is highly recommended for beginners who want more rotation and those who want to suppress the momentum and attack with rotation technology. It was a very impressive rubber.
Overall9/10 Speed8 Spin10 Control10 Hardness Little soft
Recomend racket REINFORCE AC
The weight is quite heavy as you all know. It is a hard wood, but since it is thin, it doesn't feel so hard.
The blade feels a little bigger than a normal attack racket.
I'm looking for a racket that fits the Madness Turbo Blue, and I finally found the one that fits best. If you hit the ball like rubbing it, it will rotate very much and a habit ball will come out. It takes a considerable impact to hit the speed drive and hit it. However, when it hits, it is a tremendous power.
Although it is the back side, we recommend table software and speed system tension. Since the weight is quite heavy, you can make a difference in rotation when you use a light fore as a rotating system.
It's quite expensive, so I recommend it for those who can pay for themselves, those who have learned the technique well and who are worried that the racket is light.
Overall10/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control10 Touch10 Hardness Little hard
Compared to Inner Force Layer ALC, this racket does not seem to bounce in terms of bouncing, but it is incredibly good in terms of bending control. I am using the Hammond FA Speed in the back, but it goes really well with the table. Racket and Ligan spin thickness and total weight in Hammond FA Speed is 166 grams. It's pretty light because it uses the front, but I think it will be around 180 grams on the back and back. I think that it is a racket that is easy to transition from a wood racket. Cospa is also a pretty good racket. So I recommend you to try it out.
Overall9/10 Speed7 Spin9 Control10 Touch10 Hardness Little soft
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