Middle-aged speed glue generation.
When I was active, I applied speed glue to the slaver and slaver FX, and if it was a discontinued product, I applied speed glue to the catapult, and I tried Vega Asia, Lazanter r42, and Lakza 7 in search of a rubber that was close to when I returned, but it didn't work.
Perhaps because the performance of the seat has improved, I just couldn't get used to the feeling of popping up.
If you try using v11, this is it! The feeling.
When smashing, packing in the swing direction! It was that feeling of flying. A rubber that uses smash as a weapon.
The amount of rotation is not small, and the loop that is squeezed in until just before going to the board becomes a weapon by itself. If you skip the swing or meet too much, it will be difficult to rotate. A rubber with a full-blown manual feel that is typical of victas, for better or for worse.
I don't think people who like automatic transmissions such as Tenergy will match this point, but I was a very favorite rubber.
Serving was fairly easy to apply, and there were no techniques that were particularly difficult to do, including Tsuttsuki and the tabletop. Because the sheet is soft, you can use it without feeling the hardness of the sponge.
This price is high because of this performance and lightness. As a smash lover, I thought I'd keep using it for a while.
Overall8/10 Speed9 Spin9 Control8 Hardness Little soft
Stick it on the Z side of the ice cream inner and use it in the back.
I used Rakuza z just before, but it didn't feel as hard as the 55 degree notation and it was very easy to use.
Like an adhesive rubber, Tsuttsuki and loop drive are messed up. The seat was strong and tightly gripped, so it was easy to control and I didn't feel like flying.
Serve is also very easy to serve. Maybe I'm not good at long serve.
If you hit a drive that has a strong impact and is slightly meaty or hits, a fastball that is very different from the adultness at the time of Tsuttsuki will fly.
The feeling at this time is the same as tension rubber rather than stickiness. There aren't many habit balls.
The drive that rotates downward is also very easy to lift, and it is easy to hit a drive that rotates a lot.
The impact and how to hit the block, such as stretching, stopping, and bending, are transmitted to the ball as it is, and you can freely do it.
However, there is no such thing as a good ball returning automatically or becoming a habit ball without permission, it just feels like operating manually.
Very easy to use in the back than the fore.
I was worried about whether to use Diku 09C due to lack of momentum with Rakuza z, but it seems to be satisfactory for a while.
Overall10/10 Speed9 Spin10 Control10 Hardness Hard
Recomend racket ICE CREAM AZX I
Racket weight: 85g (The average was 87g when I measured some)
Fore: Side A, Tenergy 05 Extra Thick
Back: Z side DNA Dragon Grip MAX
Gross weight: 183g
The A side feels like outer carbon, and the Z side feels like inner carbon.
Even though it's an inner, it's surprisingly stiff and cool. However, the Z side has a proper ball holding, which is compatible with adhesive rubber.
Until now, it was Tenergy 05 with inner carbon, but I want more power ... But I also want softness because it is back adhesive. It is a wonderful racket that fulfilled such a selfish wish.
It is difficult to rotate the A side if you hit it or bite it too much, but if you feel like you can bite it into a sponge, you can rotate it firmly. It may be difficult to keep it short.
The Z side has a good ball holding and is easy to handle even with hard rubber, but if you meet firmly, it will fly properly. The feeling of flying when you want to fly and being suppressed when you want to suppress it.
The grip is thin and I personally love it, but it's a thinness that I like.
If the usage is clear, I think it's quite a masterpiece.
Overall9/10 Speed9 Spin9 Control9 Touch10 Hardness Little hard
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