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Gender Male
Age U30
Experience 11〜20 years

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  • It is a light and hard shaft racket. It's similar to Nanoray 800, but it's an image that you can shoot with a sharper smash. In doubles, I think it can be used regardless of whether it is avant-garde or rearguard. It's easy to handle, so the defense is stiff. It is advantageous for developing doubles and fast rallies. As mentioned above, the sharpness is sharp, so the wrist smash also says "Span!". You can play with the opponent together with cut and half smash, so I think you can use it even in singles. However, since it is light and the shaft is stiff, it requires a certain amount of strength and technology to transmit power to the shuttle.

    2021/02/15
    Overall
    8/10
    Control
    9
    Touch
    8
    Swing
    10
    Operability
    10
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  • It is an impression of 3U. It is an impression that it is a racket dedicated to smash. The bed is quite heavy and the shaft is also quite stiff. It is a mysterious feeling that you do not feel the weight when swinging because it sells the goodness of swinging. Naturally, the clear will fly, and the smash when it hits clean is ahead of the county compared to other rackets. However, I had resistance to the compact frame and it did not become the main racket. Of course, muscle strength is required, but I think that it is a racket that requires technology to catch the shuttle in the center even with a compact frame.

    2021/02/14
    Overall
    8/10
    Control
    6
    Touch
    10
    Swing
    10
    Operability
    5
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  • It says, "In response to Lindan's request, both power and control are compatible," but honestly, I don't think that even if ordinary people use it, they will not feel much control advantage. The reason is that the head is too heavy. It is a racket that is often compared with Z Force 2 (other than ZF), but its power is almost the same. ZF is written more like a head heavy, but I don't think so. As you can see by actually shaking the two and comparing them, this racket feels heavier than the ZF, which has a slim shaft and a compact frame. Therefore, I think it is impossible to expect control from a racket heavier than ZF. Only if Lin Dan has the strength. However, since it is not a compact frame, it is certainly more stable than ZF. Of course, the power is with origami, and the smash runs tremendously when it hits cleanly. It is particularly clear and flies very well because the shaft is slightly softer than ZF. If you can leave it to the weight of the racket, you can fly it even more easily. ZF is hard to use, but if you want power, why not give it a try?

    2021/02/13
    Overall
    8/10
    Control
    7
    Touch
    9
    Swing
    8
    Operability
    6
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  • I think that it is very difficult to handle with a ferocious racket. To be honest, the Z Force 2 feels a little higher in terms of head heavy, but the problem is the hardness of the shaft. The feeling of falling a metal rod. I can hardly feel the bending. This racket claims to be good at swinging, but honestly, I can't really feel it. As the title suggests, it is a racket made for power hitters of overseas players. This means that if Japanese people use it, they cannot operate it without considerable muscle strength and core. I think it's okay if you're just hitting the foundation. However, when it comes to games, I feel that the handling is bad. Instead, the harder the shaft, the more power is transmitted. It goes well with thin guts and high tension. It is extremely powerful when it comes to smashing. Those who want to smash or clear with the weight of the racket should use Z Force 2 or Astrox 99. However, in addition to the weight of the racket, it is a perfect racket for those who want to convey their confidence to the shuttle.

    2021/02/13
    Overall
    7/10
    Control
    5
    Touch
    9
    Swing
    5
    Operability
    5
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