|Experience||More than ２０ years|
47g at Max.
・ The shot feeling is very good, and you can hit the ball as you imagined!
・ Stops and Tsuttsuki stop well, and it's easy to hit meat!
-Overwrite counter drive for hitting the top is easy to hit!
Even if I hit it hard, I didn't feel that the rubber hit the racket strongly, and I felt that it was a very strong rubber.
I imagine that this would be as good as the drive of the top players.
Although the arch line was low, it was a rubber with a very stable feeling.
However, compared to GT-X51, the amount of rotation and speed became unsatisfactory.
As with the GT-X51, I understand why it is compared to Tena.
The grain compared to Tena 05 is probably close to 80, and it is a rubber that balances rotation and speed.
Overall8/10 Speed7 Spin7 Control9 Hardness Little soft
88g in FL.
I have not checked it separately, but it will probably be a racket with a center of gravity on the grip side as if the grip is clogged.
The grip was rounded, including the position of the center of gravity, not from the Timo Boll model, but from the Zhang Jike model.
It was a racket that was very easy to rotate, the backhand felt like holding a ball, and it was extremely easy to handle.
However, it seems that the thickness or the attached plate is different from Zhang Jike ALC etc., so it is hard to feel the hardness and rigidity, so it may be said that it is an intermediate model.
While the racket design seems to be compatible with XIOM's rubber, I felt that there might be something that does not match the butterfly rubber.
As a whole, the cost performance was good and it was a very pleasant racket.
I think I would have used it if I met earlier, but the high stability and ball holding that made up for the lack of power were very attractive.
Overall7/10 Speed8 Spin8 Control9 Touch8 Hardness Little soft
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
50g at 2.1mm.
・ Tsuttsuki is low and easy to fit! As expected, Samsonov's back rubber!
-The sheet is hard, making it easy to counter and meet!
・ The shot feeling is better than Digg, not Tena!
What surprised me was that the shot feeling was similar to Dignics 05! However, it was a pity that the amount of rotation was not as much as the dig.
Tsuttsuki's ease of use is excellent, and I feel that it is okay to change it for that purpose. Among the rubbers made in Germany, I thought that it was a rubber like Mr. Tiber, which has many rubbers that are very similar to butterfly rubbers. I felt that it would be easy to make the transition without any discomfort by using it before using Dignix.
Overall9/10 Speed8 Spin8 Control8 Hardness Little hard
49g at Max. Mainly used in the back.
-It is easy to put out the amount of rotation and power with a relatively weak touch!
・ Easy to handle between Tenergy and V & gt; 15.
-The seat is strong and easy to counter!
The other party told me that I felt the power of Digg 05. Personally, I felt that the drive was more powerful than the amount of rotation as a gyro type or a knuckle-like ball.
There is a part where I feel that the shot feeling is similar to V & gt; 15 Extra, and I felt that the amount of rotation could not be obtained and the arch line tended to weaken unless I let it bite in once and then apply rotation. On the other hand, the hardness is the same as V & gt; 15, but I felt that Super Ventus had better bite and was easier to handle. Also, both smash and drive are easy to do, and I think it is a rubber for intermediate and advanced users. If you want to master German rubber, especially V & gt; 15 with a hard sheet, I thought that mastering Super Ventus is easier than Rosena.
Overall8/10 Speed8 Spin7 Control8 Hardness Little hard
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