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Pora's profile
Experience 6〜10 years
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    1. Def play Senzo
      Racket

      Def play Senzo

      Truly awesome blade for the modern and versatile defensive player! The worlds most successful ven...
    2. Vega Pro
      Rubber (Front)

      Vega Pro

      Spin is the most important element of modern table tennis. Not only the strength of spin but also...

User review

  • INTENSITY NCT

    User review

    The first impression I used was similar to Infiniti. I think that it is a high-performance racket with close momentum, rotation, and shot feeling. It seems to be compatible with any rubber.

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    2020/12/02
    Overall
    9/10
    Speed
    8
    Spin
    9
    Control
    8
    Touch
    8
    Hardness Little soft

    Recommend rubber(Front) MANTRA M

    Recommend rubber(Back) MANTRA M

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  • P. SOLJA OFF-

    User review

    It is a very easy-to-use racket. Although it is "OFF-", there is actually a momentum of "OFF". On the other hand, there is a feeling peculiar to wood, and although the initial velocity is slow, the speed and flight distance are reasonably good. It is a versatile racket that is easy to adjust with rubber. It feels like a lighter corbel, I highly recommend it.

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    2020/10/31
    Overall
    9/10
    Speed
    8
    Spin
    9
    Control
    8
    Touch
    9
    Hardness Little soft

    Recommend rubber(Front) JOOLA ENERGY

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  • REINFORCE SI

    User review

    Speed, rotation, maneuverability, ease of use, and serve are not outstanding performances overall, but they are evenly high-level and have a good shot feeling. The disadvantage is that it does not have an initial velocity like outer carbon, but it can be said that it has a good ball holding.
    The rubber is also sticky and the tension matches, and I tried it on the table, but it is easy to use.
    Yasaka thinks that the super inner racket is wonderful. Durangle SI was also good and I think it has know-how.
    Please note that the grip of the Lean Force series is made slightly thinner. It's one size thinner than the general 100 x 24 to 25, so I think it's not suitable for those who like thick grips. It is a carbon racket that can satisfy wood lovers.

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    2021/04/06
    Overall
    9/10
    Speed
    8
    Spin
    9
    Control
    8
    Touch
    8
    Hardness Little soft

    Recommend rubber(Front) Rakza 7

    Recommend rubber(Back) Rakza 7

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  • Fastarc P-1

    User review

    The arch line is lower than G1, but it is enough, it has a decent amount of rotation and speed than G1, and for those who want to compete at speed. The drive is the best for rubbing, and the meat is easy to use and there is no problem. I don't think it's possible to use "mystery drop" like G1 with easy-to-use tension, so if I use it in the foreground, it's P1.

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    2021/02/24
    Overall
    9/10
    Speed
    9
    Spin
    8
    Control
    7
    Hardness Little soft

    Recomend racket KORBEL

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  • FLYATT Carbon PRO

    User review

    One of my favorite rackets. The feature is the outer Kevlar carbon, which has a fast initial velocity and gives a sharp speed. It is a little straight, but it goes well with spin rubber, which tends to produce arcs. I can't feel the ball holding so much, but it doesn't take a lot of rotation, and it is suitable for table tennis with a faster pitch than anything else. Recommended for front players as it goes well with the table.

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    2020/12/21
    Overall
    9/10
    Speed
    9
    Spin
    7
    Control
    8
    Touch
    7
    Hardness Little hard

    Recommend rubber(Front) Fastarc C-1

    Recommend rubber(Back) Moristo SP

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