Yasaka V Stage
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Every shot aimed at Glory, Super Performance rubber - Yasaka V Stage
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 V Stage (13)
An excellent upgrade of the Mark V.
A very spinny rubber with great speed but surprisingly good control.
it's a nice offensive rubber,spinny,great quality.lighter than most tensors,no catapult effect
needs very good technique , low throw angle.harder feel than mark v
Una muy buena esponja, para fh es muy confiable realizar el topspin con un movimiento muy bien controlado es totalmente recomendado, una buena esponja de yasaka.
Good rubber from Yasaka, feels like an upgrade as MarkV. Same charasteristics, but slightly better in every aspects.
A great all around rubber, incredibly light. Amazing topspin and backspin. But may suffer from speed against the likes of fast bats, such as coppa gold. I would reccomend this rubber to everybody, its the best rubber i have ever had!
Very fast rubber with low throw angle. If you got used to the spring sponges or tensors, u might find it difficult as this does not have the catapult effect. But that does not mean its slow. Faster than most tensors and power sponge rubbers. great for loop drive, loop or chop. very hard for the opponent to block it and the smashes are the best. though only very slightly grippy, i fu can work through the sponge u can generate enormous amounts of spin like tacky rubbers. One of the best out there, but needs an experienced person to control.
Me Again. Have been using this rubber for about 1 month now on my BH. I did put the V Stage (max) on my BFY ZLC, replacing the Tackifire C...and WOW I'm lovin this. Outstanding for close blocks and topspin. Great for medium away from the table hitting. Had to adjust throw angle as I was over hitting (a good thing, better than them going into the net!). Anyway great spin, speed and surprisingly more control than I though I would get. A great rubber, certainly for my BH.
Bought a Timo Boll ZLC Blade and put BFY Tenergy 05 on FH and BFY Tackifire C on BH. Found the Tackfire C too slow - although a great quality rubber with excellent chop/push control. My other bat is a Stiga CarboKev with Yasaka Rakza 7 on FH and V-Stage on BH. Both great rubbers however I'm going to swap the Tackifire C on the ZLC with the V-Stage. In summary the Tenergy 05 is faster than Rakza 7 (and offers only slightly more speed and feel) and the V-Stage is certainly faster than Tackfire C (which I want for my BH).
Very grippy. Not tacky. Die hard Mark V users who did not speedglue may find this to be a worthwhile upgrade, provided they have very good strokes. Unlike Mark V, which is fairly forgiving, considering it's spin potential, V Stage does not allow as much of a margin for error. Service is quite good, and the rubber has a bit more power over the table and at mid distance, but you have to "dig in" to maintain control. Otherwise the bounciness of this rubber can wreak havoc with pushing, blocks and loops. Players used to ESN Tensors may dislike this rubber, as it requires harder strokes to generate spin. Similar somewhat to Mendo MP.
im am using on my forehand with yasaka extra 3d blade and mark v on backhand. it is an excellent rubber in my opinion, great speed and spin.
It is the best rubber for power looper..
You can loop the ball in the lowest accuracy with a huge of speed and spin..
If u glued it well, i find its better than bryce...
U can try it yourself..^^
the yasaka v stage rubber is a inverted offensive rubber that has chinese rubber like characteristics. It is a pretty tacky topsheet, good for spin. The sponge is pretty hard, at 43 degree, which is kind of like hurricane 3. The feel is very solid, not really dead, but kind of a dull, thorough feel. The sponge is very elastic though, so loops made with this rubber are pretty explosive, which i really like. The control is not very good, it is hard to control the length and depth of the shots. Especially for blocking, i found it really hard to keep the shots controlled. Overall, i think this rubber is okay, but there are better.
Completely non-tacky, medium hardness rubber, relatively fast, easy to generate mechanical spin and vary spin depending on stroke. Very good for bh, excellent for blocking and pushing, also pretty good for topspin, average for smashing. Very good quality and consistency. Long lasting as well, without losing its consistency.
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