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Sponge: 1.0mm, 1.8mm, 2.0mm
Notes: The best product that Friendship makes, for developing players or players who demand consistency from their game. 729FX-C, is an inverted spinney control rubber. If you have control issues, bad habits, hit the ball long, wide, etc, this rubber may help. It is a little slower than 729FX and the pip structure on the back of the rubber allows for more give. This rubber is still VERY sticky so generating spin through loop or serve will be no trouble.
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Reviews of 729 FX-C (3)
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I am using this on an all-round blade. Rated as soft but I think its somewhat hard. Very spinny for a good server with technique. Also delivers a nice, controlled loop that can be adjusted and the chop is very accurate.
Purchased this in 2.0, used on an LKT Instinct. This was my first custom setup. Very good pushes and chops. Seems to have good control, but I have also found the sticky topsheets to be pretty sensitive to incoming spin...I have produced many netted serves from higher level players. But some of that may be technique. I have also found the black top sheet is much more sticky, and stays more sticky over time than the red sheet has lost most of its tack after two months of use. The black is still sticky after cleaning after each use.
Overall it seems like a good starter rubber, just wish the red sheet maintained its tack better.
Searching for a very controlled forehand rubber suited for allaround style play, I really found the gem here. Perhaps it's just perfectly suited for my blade, but the black 2.0mm version is a great forehand rubber for a beginner or control focused person. I can attack serves over the table so easily, chop far away from the table, and produce very spiny loops near the table. Lacks power though due to the softer and forgiving sponge, so mid to long distance looping, at least for my blades, is out of the question. Lobs like a dream though, so easy.
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