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Age U20
Experience 6〜10 years
  • Use racket, rubber

    1. Mizutani Jun ZLC
      Racket

      Mizutani Jun ZLC

      • In collaboration with Jun Mizutani, the top players of the Japanese national team and multiples...
    2. Dignics 09C
      Rubber (Front)

      Dignics 09C

    3. TENERGY 05
      Rubber (Back)

      TENERGY 05

      TENERGY 05 has a unique feeling using a combination of Spring Sponge technology, High Tension rub...

User review

  • Dignics 09C

    User review

    Used on the foreground of acoustic carbon.

    There were a lot of previous reviews that said it was ``very hard,'' ``only for advanced users,'' and ``a great rubber if you can handle it,'' so I felt like throwing away my money when I bought it.

    However, when I tried using it, I felt that it fit on the stand better than ever before, had more rotation than I had imagined, and was overwhelmingly easy to use.

    I've used various Dignics series and Tenergy series, but this rubber has the least net mistakes and over mistakes, and you can swing to your heart's content without worrying about your hands.

    It is often evaluated as having an "automatic feel", but this rubber had an automatic feeling at the level of "AI equipped".

    I tried flipping it over and using the back side, but I found it difficult to control when it got stuck, so I personally found it suitable to use the fore side.

    I think it is especially recommended for those who are worried about lower rotation hitting, cutting hitting, etc.

    If you are confident in your power, I recommend using a wood or inner racket, and if you are not confident, you should use an outer racket that bounces well.

    See original review

    2023/10/11
    Overall
    10/10
    Speed
    10
    Spin
    10
    Control
    10
    Hardness Hard

    Recomend racket Acoustic Carbon

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  • RASANTER C45

    User review

    I used it by pasting it on both sides of Jun Mizutani SuperZLC.
    Thickness is ultraMAX.


    To sum it up in one word:

    "Tenergy 09cFX"

    was. lol


    It had a softer hardness, slight adhesion, and a spring sponge-like feel at impact than normal Tenergy.

    I have also shot C53 and C48, but I feel that the colors are far different from those two.
    The above two are rubbers that can be decided with one blow, and C45 is a rubber that can be won at the pace of a rally.

    No matter what technique I used, I didn't find it difficult, and I didn't see many over-misses or net mistakes with strong hits.

    There are individual differences, but if you are using C45, I think a much harder outer (ZLC or something similar in hardness) will be more effective and stable.

    As for the thickness, I think ultraMAX is fine for intermediate users and above.
    I haven't used 2.0, but unless you're very confident in your strength, I'm concerned that people will make mistakes such as digging in too much and falling off.


    If you're having trouble choosing a tool, use this one for both sides! It was a perfect rubber to say the least.

    See original review

    2023/10/04
    Overall
    10/10
    Speed
    9
    Spin
    10
    Control
    10
    Hardness Soft

    Recomend racket Mizutani Jun Super ZLC

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  • Mizutani Jun Super ZLC

    User review

    This is one of Butterfly's ultra-luxury rackets.


    As a comparison with Jun Mizutani ZLC x double-sided Dignics 80


    ・I felt that the shot was harder than the Hayabusa Mizutani ZLC (hereinafter referred to as ZLC). When I hit it hard, it felt almost like a wooden spoon, which I personally found very comfortable.

    ・Compared to ZLC, it is more difficult to control serves and table processing, and practice is required to avoid overshooting.

    ・The connecting backhand was much easier than ZLC.

    ・I don't feel like losing when it comes to inquiries. Furthermore, the backhand is also more stable, making it much easier to hit than the ZLC.

    -The ball of the racket itself is released quickly, and the rubber used is Dignics 64, so slow rotation can be ignored to some extent. On the other hand, it is difficult to do intense Tsutsuki, so I felt that it was less versatile than the ZLC.

    That was a simple comparison.


    I thought this racket was packed with elements that would help players with weaker muscles win against players with stronger muscles.


    It is a gem of a level that I think there is nothing more amazing than this if you use it properly.


    If you are interested, we recommend purchasing it early and practicing as much as possible.

    See original review

    2023/09/12
    Overall
    10/10
    Speed
    10
    Spin
    8
    Control
    8
    Touch
    10
    Hardness Hard

    Recommend rubber(Front) DIGNICS 64

    Recommend rubber(Back) DIGNICS 64

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  • RASANTER C48

    User review

    I attached it to the hard outer SZLC and tried hitting it.

    The overall impression was that it was a rubber like the old "Chuck + Spin Max".

    Anyway, the feel of the shot, the good catch, and the sense of security that it fits on the table is amazing.
    The feel of the ball, especially when hitting hard, is first-class.

    If I had to say, the disadvantage of this rubber is that after this comfortable feeling, you tend to play a little greedy. (It's completely my fault lol)

    It is a slightly heavier and slightly harder rubber with a hardness of 48 degrees and a weight of approximately 50g, so it requires some muscle strength.
    At least I don't think it's a rubber for beginners, so I recommend it to those who have some basic knowledge.


    If we raise Tenergy 05 as a comparison target,

    ・Tenergy 05 is softer and lighter
    ・Easier to handle than Tenergy 05 (C48 is easier to fit on the stand)
    ・Since it is a slightly sticky rubber, you can hit your own ball after killing some rotation (Tenergy 05 is quite sensitive to the opponent's rotation)

    That's how I felt.


    It is a rubber that makes table tennis fun, so if you are unsure, please give it a try.

    See original review

    2023/10/02
    Overall
    10/10
    Speed
    9
    Spin
    10
    Control
    9
    Hardness Little soft

    Recomend racket Mizutani Jun Super ZLC

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  • VIOLONCELLO

    User review

    It gave me the impression that it was quite bouncy for cutting.

    The forehand can be used as a connection or drive, and the back can be used as a cut.

    The stringed instrument series is characterized by a soft feel at impact and good ball retention, so players who attack a lot should use hard rubber on the foreground, while players who are persistent should use soft rubber.

    I'm sure some people find it difficult to flip the grip due to its oval shape, but personally, I didn't really notice it.

    If you are considering purchasing a violin, this may be the place for you. (The only difference is the width of the blade)

    See original review

    2023/10/02
    Overall
    10/10
    Speed
    8
    Spin
    10
    Control
    9
    Touch
    10
    Hardness Soft

    Recommend rubber(Front) TENERGY 05

    Recommend rubber(Back) Carl P-1R OX

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