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Yasaka Mark V M2

by Yasaka
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$38.95

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Highest possible speed. The M2 is the most recent addition to the Mark V program. It started from the basis of the unbeatable characteristics of the Mark V but aimed to design a weapon with sharp spin and highest possible speed for the top players.

Speed: 92
Spin: 91
Control: 80


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Reviews of Yasaka Mark V M2 (9)

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 External Review for Yasaka Mark V M2 on November 2, 2015
I don't know FH or BH. Disappointed.
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 External Review for Yasaka Mark V M2 on May 19, 2015
A fast rubber but others say that this rubber depends its speed on its blade. You can smash at good speed and you can deliver the ball slow but very spinny. You can feel the ball when spinning. Not good for chopping. Take care of it because it can be chipped off quite easily.
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Review by jptagaban81 (Verified Customer) for Yasaka Mark V M2 on January 26, 2015
I can see why people love this rubber as its a middle of the road rubber. It is well balanced on all speed, control, and spin. It grows on you in time.
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 External Review for Yasaka Mark V M2 on January 15, 2014
This rubber is a solid rubber on the forehand if you hit the ball with your forehand harder than your backhand. I would choose a rubber thickness between 1.7 and max for forehand. Generates a good amount of spin on the ball. Can handle spin pretty well but don't try to chop. On serves, you need to try to put a lot of spin on the ball, b/c sometimes, you won't get the spin you are looking for. It is consistent with hitting the table and a very good rubber.
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 External Review for Yasaka Mark V M2 on July 22, 2013
very soft rubber
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 External Review for Yasaka Mark V M2 on May 1, 2013
At first difficult to control coming from sriver as a Fh,then i found it much better choice for me,keeping sriver as Bh .with Mark v m2 i have much more speed and spin,also i'm very comfortable now in the short game
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 External Review for Yasaka Mark V M2 on February 20, 2012
This rubber has really helped my game. I have textbook strokes and was looking for something to go well on my Butterfly Arylate blade. I used to use the original Mark V and knew it would have plenty of speed, consistency, tackiness, and spin. I plan on sticking with this rubber for awhile.
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 External Review for Yasaka Mark V M2 on January 27, 2009
I did not put any ratings down because the Mark V M2 is basically the regular Mark V with a harder, sponge, so just look at the ratings for my Mark V review and add more speed and less control. But i liked the m2 much better than the regular Mark V. The M2 gives you much more speed and power, making it much better for looping. Unfortunately, it does also require speed glue to be actually really effective in play. This is one of the best speed glue rubers in my opinions. It has a similar feel to a glued sriver or glued stiga Magna. If you are still a play who speed gleus, this ones definitely worth a try.
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 External Review for Yasaka Mark V M2 on September 16, 2008
it's a Mark V with more speed at the cost of one low-end gear. if you've used a Mark V, then you know that it has one to spare.
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