I used a special thickness on the back surface.
It will be a comparison with V11.
Bench technology V11> G1
Counter V11 = G1
Block V11 = G1
The weight is about the same, and the flight distance is longer for G1.
There is not much difference in the amount of rotation of the upper rotation drive. The G1 has enough grip to give the impression that it will grab and fly once, so I think you will have different tastes. If you have a strong impact, I think V11 is more suitable.
The amount of rotation of the downward rotation drive is superior to G1, but there are variations in mistakes compared to V11. The sense of stability does not change much.
Overall9/10 Speed7 Spin8 Control8 Hardness Little hard
It will be a comparison with Kyo Leopard NEO3 / PRO3.
It is more adhesive and harder than NEO3. The impression is that the power and speed are not so different.
In my case, I have the impression that the double extra only takes rotation. I think the weight is a little light, but it is the same.
Adhesive equivalent to PRO3. The double extra is supposed to be harder on the package, but the feel of hitting is the same.
The rotation is not so different, but the power and speed are much higher. The weight is about 7g.
If you are accustomed to sticking, I think you can decide NEO3 and double extras as you like.
Double extras are recommended for those who try to stick from tension.
Overall9/10 Speed8 Spin10 Control8 Hardness Hard
Changed from Fastark G1. Extra thickness is used on the back surface.
You can handle benches, blocks, counters, drives, and meats in a stable manner.
The tabletop is much more stable than the G1. The impression is that the amount of rotation of the upward rotation drive is not much different. However, the grip (feeling of grasping) is inferior to that of G1, so you need to be aware of the impact. There is no problem if you get used to it.
The amount of rotation of the downward rotation drive is higher in G1, but there is an impression that there is little variation in mistakes.
The flight distance is better for G1. It is a rubber that is not suitable for inquiries in the apse with my power. Weight is about the same as G1
Overall10/10 Speed8 Spin8 Control10 Hardness Little soft
Recommended for beginners who want to graduate from high elasticity rubber and shift to adhesive, intermediate users who want to try adhesive for the first time, and those who want to learn the basic method of adhesive. It is a typical sticky adhesive rubber and has a very hard feel, but it is faster than Kyo Leopard 3.
If you learn the basic method of hitting adhesive rubber, all speed drive, loop drive, counter block in the front team will be stable. Personally, I have the impression that it takes more rotation than NEO3. The difficulty is that it is difficult to make inquiries in the middle and apse. (Although my power is insufficient ...)
For those who are accustomed to tensioning, we recommend NEO3 and triple-double extras.
Overall8/10 Speed8 Spin10 Control8 Hardness Hard
It is especially recommended for men and women with small hands.
Personally, I think that it is a racket that is more suitable for those who hold the grip deeper than those who hold the grip shallowly.
Since the grip is small (thin?), Power control at impact and racket head control with fingers are very easy to do.
The difficulty is that you are overpowered when you are nervous or when you hit the drive repeatedly, but your grip control has improved.
If you are mainly in the front team and want to deal with meetings in the middle team, why not give it a try.
Overall9/10 Speed8 Spin9 Control10 Touch10 Hardness Little hard
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