Nittaku Fastarc C-1
The Nittaku Fastarc C-1 rubber is "Fast" with an "Arc"! It is the ingenious creation from Nittaku combining a “tension spin” top sheet with a “soft strong sponge”. It takes the best attributes from earlier Fastarc rubbers: G-1 and S-1 and utilizes them to make the new Fastarc C-1. This combination creates an incredible grip and speed to allow players to create artistic shots.
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Reviews of Nittaku Fastarc C-1 (18)
I would say, this is a reference training rubber in its best possible meaning /I give a bat with this rubber on both side to my training partners, and they seem to well acknowledge its qualities/. The topsheet is not tacky at all as I can tell, but has a surface with surprisingly good grip, which lasts for a very long time (however, the edge is a little bit prone to chipping, if it is not protected by a properly chosen edge tape). The rubber feels a bit harder than the specified ESN 45 degree, possibly due to its relatively hard and thick topsheet. I could not observe any difference in playing characteristics of the rubber even after months of usage, which is a very big plus for me. The rubber response feels very linear on almost every strokes, which gives great precision in placement. The rubber is only moderately bouncy in the low gears, but speeds up noticeably, when more force is applied (employing the sponge gives a good gradual speed boost without any sudden changes). On the lightest touches, the rubber has almost no catapult, so you have to be a bit more mindful regarding placement (counting on off-balance shots is possible, but they are not really effective) and confident in executing your shots - but once accustomed to it, you will be rewarded with great short play precision, and your shot quality will also develop as well (the rubber will definitely 'tell' you, if you execute your shots correctly, but it is also forgiving to some extent). Brush loops are relatively easy to execute - the produced spin is very good, but I know a few better rubbers to pressurize the opponent with spin. Usually, the produced arcs are safe enough to clear the net easily, but not largely. On the stongest counterhits, the rubber starts to behave noticeably differently (due to start of bottoming out?), but it is still possible to calculate the proper bat angles. Sensitivity to spin of incoming ball can be felt to some healthy, but manageable extent. Very good value for price.
Need a power and right technique to able get real performance from this rubber. If you dont have a power and right technique i think this have performance just like ordinary cheap rubber.
Used for BH rubber on Andro Timber blade and now test on TMOUNT ( Korean)
TCORE 560 Blade.
Softer version of Fastarc G1, best for backhand, love this rubber.