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In Yasaka Fusion three different synthetic rubbers are mixed with natural rubber for the outside rubber.
Yasaka rubbers are steeped in history dating back all the way to 1926. The flagship rubber for Yasaka has been the Mark V. Mark V burst onto the table tennis world stage in the 1970 and 1971 World Championships taking home victory in both competitions. The Mark V is still going strong today and other versions of the rubber have been produced through the following decades.
More recently Yasaka has developed Rakza rubbers which have taken innovation to another level. The shape of the pimples provides a strong balance between spin and speed. Rakza rubbers use Hybrid Energy to provide synergy between top sheet and sponge providing great elasticity for power and control.
Yasaka has many more rubbers in their product line as well. Yasaka rubbers are used by top professionals as well as players of all levels. Be like 2019 World Championship Silver Medalist Matias Falck and choose Yasaka rubbers.
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Reviews of Yasaka Fusion (8)
This rubber was a bit disappointing. Not a step up from Mark V. It is faster but not by much. Mark V has better spin. Short game is good with this rubber as are all the other strokes but somehow feels uninspiring to play with. Don't know why Yasaka needed to produce this one.
Really interesting rubber. When I play a soft, passive shot, the ball is easy to control, takes spin well, and hits with a low throw. Not as bouncy as some other high-control rubbers. Excellent for blocking, and moving the ball around the table. But this rubber has a problem when you apply some speed. The rubber seems to bottom out, and there is no increase in spin, resulting in flat smashes. Sure, opponents will put these into the net until they get used to this, but I prefer more speed off the table. So after this experiment, have gone back to faster rubber.
I'm tried this rubber on carbon blade & wood blade the feeling is same.
Speed : it's ok.not too fast or too slow 8/15
Spin : for JP style i'm thinking that good spin 10/15
Control : this rubber is stable.As i say.it's not too fast or too slow,so it has good control 13/15
Throw : First time,I found it has low throw but if you have to change the angle of the
racket,you will found it amazing.
Block : easy because low throw you haven't to close the racket.
Summary : In my opinion.It suit for BH great for allrounder who want great control for block.
If you have the power you can gain more speed and spin as you can.this rubber
for Mechanic grip.For this price i'm satisfied for the quality of this bands.
I just tried this rubber and have to admit I have been a bit disappointed it almost felt like an anti-spin and I did not experience any hold on the ball, I feel that the donic barracuda or butterfly sriver are much better. Note that I was using a 2mm thickness on an all-round blade (butterfly Maze T-tec) I am told my game is very loopy and I could not do any of the arching strokes.
Not a bad one. Control is ok, speed is ok if using with a carbon blade, but spin is just so-so. This is a very stable rubber, suitable for a close to table attack game and easy to play with. It has superb control on drop-shot, serving and receiving. Blocking is also amazing that, you can block any powerful shot close-to or far away the table. Basically it is nice for backhand with variable of tracks; might fit to forehand as well !
I am a TT player from sweden, playing offensive style. I've been using this rubber for a long time. However, I am looking for a new rubber now, since this rubber lacks some speed after the new glue rules were introduced. This is still a really good rubber, highly recomended by me. =)
Yasaka fuson is a tensor rubber from yasaka that is a pretty good looping, offensive type rubber, but it is pretty hard to control. The sponge is hard and very elastic, which allows for devastating speed. The topsheet is not terribly tacky, but it is still pretty tacky, so you should have no problem making much spin on your loops, chops, etc. The rubber was AWESOme for regular looping, and counterlooping, you could make extremely fast, powerful shots, but it was hard to high arc loop since the throw angle is not that high. the rubber also has a very nice sound, sound like speed glued rubber. Overall, i think the rubber's pretty good, but maybe not qutie worth 40 dollars.
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