|More than ２０ years
50g at max.
1 After all it looks like Tena 05! The sheet is softer than MX-P, the sponge is chewy, and it looks more like Tena 05! However, I think that the maximum rotation amount is higher for Tena 05. 2 Arch line goes up! Easy to spin down! 3 Similar but easier to meet than Tena 05!
The impression is that the MX-P has evolved to support plastic balls and is a low-priced version. Quantum has a thinner and softer sheet and a thicker sponge, so it is easier to bite and handle, and it takes longer to rotate. I felt that Quantum slipped because it was easy to handle.
As with all Tibhar rubbers, the rotation performance is a little lower than that of Tena, and I think that it is easier to meet.
While Tena is still a rubber for driving, I think that Quantum and MX-P are easy to do meet and smash, angle hitting and backhand technology.
I would appreciate it if you could refer to it.
Overall8/10 Speed9 Spin7 Control9 Hardness Little hard
Recomend racket Zhang Jike ZLC
88g in FL. Currently main and formerly Zhang Jike ZLC.
1. Stronger arc than ZLC! 2. The shot feeling and operability are similar to ZLC. Hold it firmly because it is soft! 3. Especially the backhand is good and you can feel the ball holding!
In ZLC, I chose loop drive for a half-long ball with a lower rotation, but I like the fact that it is easier to power drive a half-long lower rotation because it draws a stronger arch line than ZLC. Compared to ZLC, it has a ball holding and the blade thickness is thick, so you can get a long distance, power and rotation, and you can feel like 7 plywood. Overall, the speed of the ball has slowed down.
Compared to Timothy, it doesn't play, you can hold the ball firmly, and you can feel the good center of gravity of the grip.
Compared to Stradivarius, there are few strange over mistakes, and I feel the difference due to the difference in composition (Aramid carbon with Ause as an adjunct, ALC and Limba's Zhang Jike ALC). I think that Zhang Jike ALC is preferred by more advanced people.
The disadvantage is still the royal road, so is it difficult to differentiate from other players?
We also review it on our blog, so please refer to it.
Overall9/10 Speed8 Spin9 Control9 Touch10 Hardness Little hard
Extra-thick, stick with free chuck 2 and 47 g.
1. Easy to power drive the 3rd ball! 2. It's soft, but it's easy to stop and counter drive and cheat! 3. It is easy to hit a drive with a high trajectory that jumps up from the opponent's court seen in Dignix in the upper rotation rally!
At first, I thought it was suitable for the back and used it in the back.
Sure, it's easy to catch and it's easy to put in with a hand-only Chiquita or backhand drive, and it's fun, but the quality has deteriorated. When I used it in the foreground, it was much better than I had imagined, and I enjoyed the features listed above. Compared to the rubber of 64 or 80 seats, the speed drive draws an arch line firmly and sinks, so if you can hit with the whole body with swing speed even if the tsutsuki is a little low or shallow, you can forcibly bring it to the power drive There was goodness. With the 64 series, the stop is inevitably floating and the loop drive is difficult, but the 19 is easy to power drive, and the stop and loop drive are also high quality, so I personally feel that it is a cheat rubber and it is a butterfly quality. It depends. It is also introduced on the blog, so please refer to it.
Overall9/10 Speed9 Spin8 Control9 Hardness Little soft
Recomend racket LIN Gaoyuan ALC
52 g at max.
1. Rotation is awesome! More than published performance! 2. The sheet is hard and the sponge is soft, so it is easy to counter and handle! 3. Exquisite balance that does not fly too much!
As expected, the best masterpiece was convincing performance, and first of all, the rotation performance was high. Considering the ease of rotation, there is an image that it takes more rotation than the Omega 5 Tour DF. On the other hand, the issue was slipperiness, and I slipped quite a bit on Tsuttsuki and blocks. Since the sheet is hard and the sponge is soft rubber, it may be unavoidable that it is slippery. Even so, I was surprised at how good the rubber was when I included the cost performance. What is missed is that it is a little heavy, and I think it will be over 50 g. However, compared to the Omega 7 Tour and Pro, it was not a mad shot feeling, it was a rubber that was easy to play and could be used well even in the back.
The amount of rotation is the same level as Tena 05, and I think that the speed will be as high as Tena 80.
If you have a sense of being able to stop or drive a knuckle in consideration of slipping, I think this cospa is a pretty attractive rubber.
We also review it on our blog, so please refer to it!
Overall8/10 Speed7 Spin8 Control8 Hardness Little hard
Recomend racket Zhang Jike ZLC
Extra thick 50g.
・ Strong grip! Grip power like Tena 05!
-The seat is hard, and the tsutsuki and stops are firmly settled. The amount of rotation that is comparable to Rakuza 7!
・ Anyway, it's easy to put it on the other party's table!
I decided to use it for my job. Recently, I strongly feel individual differences, but I still like the easy-to-use rubber. As for the performance I want more, I feel that the speed performance and the amount of rotation of Tsuttsuki are inferior to the dig 05. However, I like the fact that it is easier to handle than Digg 05 and you can rotate it firmly even if you only have your hands.
I think that the amount of rotation is about the same as Tena 05 for Max, but I think that the amount of rotation that can be stably produced is less than that. It's not unusable in the foreground, but it was a little less powerful than the high-performance tena and dig.
Overall9/10 Speed7 Spin8 Control9 Hardness Little hard
Recomend racket Zhang Jike ALC
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