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uwhede9865's profile
Gender Male
Age U30
Experience More than 20 years
  • Use racket, rubber

    1. LIN Gaoyuan ALC
      Racket

      LIN Gaoyuan ALC

    2. DIGNICS 05
      Rubber (Front)

      DIGNICS 05

    3. TENERGY 05
      Rubber (Back)

      TENERGY 05

      TENERGY 05 has a unique feeling using a combination of Spring Sponge technology, High Tension rub...

User review

  • DYNARYZ ZGR

    User review

    max, red.
    79g → 58g
    Shore C hardness meter measured from the seat side: 48.2°
    D05: 48g, 50.0°
    T05: 47g, 44.6°
    T05Hard: 50g, 47.7°
    Dynalized ZGR: 58g, 48.2°
    1. It is not an adhesive type, but a spin type tension rubber!
    2. The rubber is really hard, so it stays flat on the table!
    3. 57.5° hardness, smoothest sound and fastest rubber
    Although it is a slightly sticky rubber, it is more similar to T05Hard than D09C.
    I have also reviewed it on my blog, so please refer to it.

    See original review

    2023/11/28
    Overall
    9/10
    Speed
    10
    Spin
    8
    Control
    9
    Hardness Little hard

    Recomend racket EC-14

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  • TRIPLE Double Extra

    User review

    max, red.
    67g→50g
    Shore C hardness meter measured from the seat side: 42.1°
    D09C: 50g, 50.8°
    Hybrid K3: 51g, 42.2°
    1. Rubber that is extremely easy to handle compared to Kyo-Hyo!
    2. Tsutsuki is broken and Chiquita is stable again!
    3. Rubber that rotates strongly while hitting with an open surface as if playing.
    It is an adhesive tension rubber, and although its rotation performance and habit are inferior to that of the Kyohyo, I felt that it was a rubber that was easier to handle and speed up.
    I have also reviewed it on my blog, so please refer to it.

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    2023/12/11
    Overall
    9/10
    Speed
    8
    Spin
    8
    Control
    7
    Hardness Little hard

    Recomend racket LIN Gaoyuan ALC

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  • BLUESTORM PRO

    User review

    max, red.
    72g → 50g
    Shore C hardness meter measured from the seat side: 42.8°
    D05: 48g, 50.0°
    T05: 47g, 44.6°
    Blue Storm PRO: 50g, 43.2°

    1. High rotational performance! This is fantastic!
    2. High rotational performance, but low trajectory!
    3. It's not as good as adhesive, but it's easy to do on the bench!
    This rubber is equipped with a spring sponge thanks to the evolution of German manufacturing technology. I think it's a good option if you like Tenergy!
    I have also reviewed it on my blog, so please refer to it.

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    2023/11/23
    Overall
    9/10
    Speed
    8
    Spin
    9
    Control
    8
    Hardness Little soft

    Recomend racket REINFORCE AC

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  • V>20 Double Extra

    User review

    Red Max, 51 g, 44.5°
    Tena 05 special thickness is 48 g, 44.6
    - Extremely easy to handle and upwardly compatible with the slightly heavier Tena 05 or Rosena! ?
    ・Easier to counter than Tenergy!
    ・Fusion of Tenergy and German rubber!
    I thought it would be Tena 05 if I were to compare it instead of Tena 05 Hard.
    I think it's more like a spring sponge because it's easier to dig in than its hardness.
    When I say "like", I mean in terms of weight, it's heavier compared to the Butterfly.
    I think the lifespan is about the same or slightly shorter.
    It is probably the cheapest among the rubbers that are currently on sale and have Tenergy-like performance.
    I also have a review on my blog, so please refer to it.

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    2024/03/20
    Overall
    7/10
    Speed
    8
    Spin
    8
    Control
    9
    Hardness Little hard

    Recomend racket LIMBAINNER

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  • LIMBAINNER

    User review

    FL, 86g
    ・Right in the middle of the trendy inner racket!
    ・The blade area is regular and suitable for backhand play!
    - 5.6 mm blade thickness provides excellent stability!
    I think the carbon is ultra-thin carbon rather than ALC, but you can feel the ball better than ultra-thin carbon such as Yasaka, and you can hit it with almost the same feel as ALC or ZLC. I imagine it's because the wood is of high quality and has a high density, but I'm not really sure. However, I guarantee that it is a racket with performance that is worth the price.
    I have only purchased one from this brand, but the quality is quite high as it is often advertised on Table Tennis Kingdom.
    I'm thinking of buying the Maple S innerwear that I'm personally interested in someday.
    Since it is an upper plate limber, the feel at impact is guaranteed, and I use Mizuno's Fortius FT RE.If you are looking for quickness and fast feeling with a carbon racket, this racket is quite good. On the other hand, if you're looking for distance, it's thin and doesn't bounce, so I think it's easy to receive, but if the rally continues, you might feel a little lacking in power.
    I think it's the best wood racket in Japan!

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    2024/03/19
    Overall
    10/10
    Speed
    8
    Spin
    9
    Control
    10
    Touch
    10
    Hardness Little hard

    Recommend rubber(Front) OMEGA VII China Ying

    Recommend rubber(Back) DIGNICS 05

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