Whelk x pudding's profile
Triple appeared in Victas, and I was looking for a good racket and decided.
I think it goes well with stickiness.
It takes a lot of rotation, but I felt it jumped too much.
Previously, I pasted P-1 and G-1. This combination was also good.
Overall9/10 Speed10 Spin10 Control9 Touch8 Hardness Little hard
The racket amount is currently changing.
However, I think that it is a racket that matches it. I think this Timo Boll is definitely a long-selling product because the butterfly is quite out of print.
I bought it in 2012. It's 2021 now, so I think it's used all over the world.
Twenty years ago, Arilate Carbon was released from Butterfly, and the first time I used it was the Kong Linghui Special, which I admire. At that time, there were almost no rackets that cost more than 10,000 yen.
I also met anamic for the first time.
I think the most important thing is that it takes a turn.
It makes a sound like applying an auxiliary agent, and it starts to rotate.
I think it goes well with Lazanter.
There is no problem with loop type or bang type drives.
However, when I hit a meat-type ball, I often hit the net.
I think you can play on the table without any problems.
There may be likes and dislikes, but it may be easier to do because the grip is anatomical.
Overall9/10 Speed8 Spin10 Control8 Touch9 Hardness Little hard
It's broken and can't be used anymore, but I'll write it for memorial service.
At first, I was looking for a racket to replace Kong Linghui, which was out of print for Butterfly, and I bought it because I thought it would be good.
The grip was a thin and easy-to-hold racket.
* I saw another person's racket, but I think there are quite a few individual differences in grip.
I think that it is a racket with a good ball holding that stretches Andro's Lazant (discontinued) and takes a firm rotation.
Recently, I think that the combination of racket and racket should be made by the same manufacturer.
Overall9/10 Speed8 Spin10 Control10 Touch9 Hardness Little soft
I bought a racket with inner material for the first time in Butterfly.
As the headline says, I felt that the racket did not fly more than I expected. I may have felt that because I use only outer rackets.
Compared to Timo Boll ALC, there was a difference in momentum and there was a sense of discomfort.
Also, there was a sense of discomfort in the momentum compared to the Inner Force ZLC.
As written on the Butterfly website, it was easy to drive the front-end counter drive with a lot of rotation.
I think it was easier for the front team to reduce the momentum.
Overall7/10 Speed7 Spin8 Control8 Touch8 Hardness Little soft
F: Ventus Speed
B: Ventus Spin
The TSP racket didn't have a very good image and I had been smoking for a long time.
However, when I was considering equipment for beginners, the shop introduced me to Swat.
To be honest, I don't think it's worth the price. In a good way.
In the current situation of the table tennis world, I think it will be around 10,000 yen.
I think that it can be used without problems up to the intermediate class.
Speaking of weaknesses and being able to handle problems in general, I think that it is not enough from an advanced perspective.
However, I think that it is a racket that is satisfactory for most user groups.
Overall9/10 Speed8 Spin9 Control10 Touch8 Hardness Little soft
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