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I bought this because a new color, blue, came out.
I used it in the foreground, and it lifted more than I expected.
It didn't improve with S1, but I realized how much of a difference it made by changing the sponge.
I used to prefer using the Impartial XB, but I think this one might be easier to use once you get used to it.
Receiving was a little more difficult than the Impartial XB when I used it for the first time.
Also, I think the drawback is that the feel at impact is not as direct as the Impartial XB.
The serve seemed to have the same amount of rotation as the rubber I compared.
Overall, I think it's a good table software that can be used for all purposes.
Overall8/10 Speed9 Spin8 Control7 Hardness Little soft
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There are some bubbles, and I don't feel the hardness of 51 degrees, but it feels like I'm using a hardness of about 45 or 6.
I tried using it with wood and material, and although the wood is not a non-adhesive rubber, the reception is stable and control is easy and stable.
The material is able to demonstrate its power, and it feels like it draws a beautiful arc and pierces deep into the court.
The controls are also very good.
I think it matches any racket.
Many foreign manufacturers have begun to name their products after Japanese players.
There is nothing outstanding about it, but it is a high-dimensional rubber in all respects.
If you're looking for non-adhesive, this is your only option.
Overall10/10 Speed9 Spin9 Control10 Hardness Little soft
There is a rumor that it is relatively compatible with the glass DtecS, so I attached it and tried it out. 0.9mm is used.
If I made a block, a normal block, I would only go over.
I think you need a technique to kill speed, such as sliding sideways.
Receiving, which was said to be a negative element, is more stable than I expected. Tsutsuki and stop are easily possible with 2 bounces. Aiming for a difficult course seems to require severe control, and I often ended up making many mistakes that went sideways outside the platform of the course I was trying to enter.
However, it is the best match, so I recommend it.
If it's a soft back, I don't think you can choose rubber.
I think it will adapt if you apply the rubber of your favorite hardness and manufacturer.
It was a good match for the Rhythm 425, so I regret it being discontinued. However, I used MK Pro's 51 degrees and was able to use it without any discomfort.
He demonstrated the flexibility of an MK professional.
Overall9/10 Speed8 Spin10 Control10 Touch10 Hardness Little soft
Since it's made of 7 plywood, you might have the impression that it's bouncy, but it had excellent control and was particularly stable in reception.
I used 51 degree rubber, but there were no concerns at all.
When you hit it, it feels like the power of the 7-ply plywood is coming out.
For a step up, I would recommend Tetsuo Guardian over Celero Wood.
It is quieter than Celero wood and has better control.
It is also recommended for those who want to try 7-ply plywood.
Please note that we do not take weight into consideration as we do not care about it.
Overall9/10 Speed7 Spin9 Control10 Touch8 Hardness Little soft
I previously used Glaser on Timo Boru ALC.
I decided to change it because I felt that there were too many over mistakes and it didn't suit me.
The theory seems to be to change to a softer rubber, but when I reversed my thinking and looked for a harder sponge rubber, I found out that there was a Vega DEF 57.5 degree rubber, so I put it on and practiced. .
The seat felt soft, and I didn't feel the hardness of 57.5 degrees at all.
I tried everything and it worked flawlessly and had great control.
The serve took a lot of rotation, and the drive and stop were stable.
As the name suggests, I also tried cutting, and the control was good.
To be honest, it's an all-round rubber.
I think they were hesitant because of the hardness, but the sponge was so soft that it didn't feel that way.
I think the speed will drop, but you can compensate with the racket.
Although it is minor, I think it is truly a hidden gem.
Overall10/10 Speed8 Spin10 Control9 Hardness Little hard
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