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Experience 6〜10 years
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    1. KORBEL
      Racket

      KORBEL

      If you want to develop a consistent offensive game, but are unsure which blade to use, you can&#3...
    2. ROZENA
      Rubber (Front)

      ROZENA

      • Rozena employs the rose-dyed Spring Sponge technology as its name suggests• The newly developed...
    3. ROZENA
      Rubber (Back)

      ROZENA

      • Rozena employs the rose-dyed Spring Sponge technology as its name suggests• The newly developed...

User review

  • User review

    It has moderate speed and rotation, and is perfect for beginners in both meet and drive. Similar to Mark V. Personally, I sometimes put it on the back to stabilize the defense, and since it weighs less than 40 g, it is recommended for back defense and weight reduction.

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    2020/12/20
    Overall
    8/10
    Speed
    4
    Spin
    5
    Control
    8
    Hardness Little soft
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  • Mark V 30

    User review

    I was looking for a light rubber and tried this rubber. Although it is thin, it is shaken and weighs 31g.
    Since the seat is Mark V, the grip is not bad. It's even thinner with a soft sponge, so it feels like you're hitting the racket board and hitting it. This seems to make it less affected by the rotation of the other party, so you can ignore the rotation and return it at a fairly high rate. Flicks are messed up, and lifts, flipping techniques, and angle-hit techniques are irresistible. Of course, it does not bounce or is not easily affected by rotation, so the block stops, and the amount of rotation is low, but it is easy to cut. It is not suitable for drivemen who swing both sides, but I think it will be a good rubber for all-rounders, front-end heterogeneous types, and beginner back-cutmen.
    I attacked with the fore, and I chose the rubber for the back considering the defensive power and weight, so it was a pretty good impression. for your reference.

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    2021/04/08
    Overall
    9/10
    Speed
    5
    Spin
    3
    Control
    8
    Hardness Soft
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  • HYBRID K1J

    User review

    First of all, it is slightly adhesive, but when it is balled, it has the same momentum as tension and has a very high grip.
    When I tried the rally, over mistakes occurred in rapid succession. The arc line is quite high!
    It is hard to hit because it rises 10 cm higher than the normal spin tension. It is a rubber that requires getting used to.
    However, lifting the downward rotation is easier because it goes up. It will come in with a suitable amount.
    You can go to meet, but it's hard to use as a weapon. It is a rubber that competes with the amount of rotation.
    It's heavy, but it's high performance, so if you want to use it, you need to practice and get used to it. A racket with an arc line made of wood is not good. I think it goes well with special materials and wood that does not have arcs. Kolbel has a decent arch line, so it's not compatible.
    Please experience it as well.

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    2021/12/21
    Overall
    7/10
    Speed
    7
    Spin
    9
    Control
    7
    Hardness Little hard

    Recomend racket KORBEL

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  • Kenta Matsudaira ALC

    User review

    With the same blades as Viscaria, Zhang Jike ALC, and Timo Boll ALC, the grip is a flat and thin grip that is particular about Kenta.
    As for the performance, you can see by looking at the evaluation of the same blade (Viscaria etc.), but the important thing in this racket is the grip.
    I like the thin and flat Korbel, so the Kenta grip feels good at first, but after using it for about an hour, my hands hurt. As is often the case with thin grips, it is too thin and puts extra force on your hands, which makes you very tired. Even myself with small hands hurt, so I think it's for women and kids with small hands. In fact, Kenta uses Zhang Jike ALC instead of his own model, so is it difficult to use?
    We recommend that you hold the grip before buying.
    The blade performance has a good shot feeling and the ball is released quickly, but there is still a feeling of having it, and its exquisiteness is a wonderful racket.
    I think that this blade is the destination to end up with a racket without mistakes.

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    2021/10/27
    Overall
    8/10
    Speed
    9
    Spin
    9
    Control
    8
    Touch
    8
    Hardness Little soft
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  • RIGAN SPIN

    User review

    Since Fastark p1 was pasted on the face-to-face, compare it with p1.
    Rygan is easier to use, the rotation does not change much, and above all, it has higher controllability, so it is better than p1. Since the arch line is also higher than p1, there were few net mistakes.
    The Lygan Spin is a new rubber, so it is cheap and has high performance, while the Fastark is old and the performance is normal and expensive.
    The normal ligan was also good, so the spin is also good. However, the weight is 44ℊ, which is a little heavier than the normal ligan.
    The compatibility with the racket seems to be wide and it seems to be compatible with the hard racket.

    Speed: Fastark P1> Lygan
    Rotation: Fastark P1 = Lygan
    Grip: Fastark P1> Lygan
    Control: Fastark P1 Arch line height: Fastark P1

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    2021/10/27
    Overall
    8/10
    Speed
    7
    Spin
    8
    Control
    8
    Hardness Little soft
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