"God rubber." Originally I used Dignics 05, but I changed it because I was worried about the downward rotation hitting. I was able to use it without any discomfort in the upward rotation, but it requires a little trick in the downward rotation. As an image, I was able to produce stable and threatening power if I hit it like Chuo University's Koji Temple. (I'm a big fan. Lol) I was able to get a sticky ball by hitting it with the image of carrying the ball rather than hitting it. Since it is slightly sticky on the table, the stop will stop firmly and the flick will fit firmly. The weight is about the same as the popular German rubber.
I used it mostly in the forehand this time, but it is recommended for those who often get caught in the net, those who are uneasy about hitting downwards, and those who can swing firmly.
Overall10/10 Speed9 Spin10 Control9 Hardness Hard
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First of all, my impression is that it is completely different from the inner fall layer alc.
Because the blade is large and thick, I felt a strong reverberation in my hand. In the development of the upper rotation, both offense and defense were good and we were able to advance the rally. I was able to hit it without any discomfort because the table also bounced moderately.
However, the bottleneck is the downward rotation. If you can hit it with perfect posture, a good ball will come out, but if you can't hit it well, it will end up sticking into the ball or the net, probably because the board is thick.
Because the surface is large, the overall weight is heavy, so it is recommended for powerful students and working people. In addition, it is recommended for those who take the tactic of hitting the surface from the loop drive because it plays strongly in the inner.
Overall9/10 Speed10 Spin9 Control8 Touch8 Hardness Little hard
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