Donic Bluefire M2
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DONIC Bluefire M2
Characteristics: Excellent balance between speed, catapult effect and feel. Recommended for: Players who like to play with Medium Hard rubbers and attach high importance to spin and speed with optimum feeling.
The blue miracle.
Donic's new Bluefire is a completely new rubber development offering top speed. A new high-tech generation of rubbers in the proven Formula FD3-technology has been developed as a result of the perfect combination of the large pored blue sponge with an extremely spinny top surface rubber. The top rubber with its small, long pimpled-in structure lends the rubber the best possible flexibility and sensational feeling. Above all, the Bluefire is unbelievably fast with a characteristic high arc when top-spinning that enables maximum spin and increased speed.
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Reviews of Donic Bluefire M2 (9)
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This is very good rubber, similar than 2ndgen Baracuda, but less spin sensitivity, better control and consistency.
The tuning goes quickly, reducing the spin and arc, to be replaced.
This is seen in the lower durability value.
Speed glued performance is far better, but even faster tuner evaporation, but in this case you will not regret it. :)
Like Baracuda, it is one of few "really successfull" rubbers of Donic. It is the sweetspot among Bluefire series with amazing spin, high speed, good feel and control. It suits me better than Tenergy with higher control in every aspect of the game. Tenergy may have a higher top end spin but it requires a better stroke for many shots.
For me it is one of 3 Top Tensors ever produced.
PS: durability is not great, but the price justifies.
review: Donic Bluefire, max., black:
straight to the facts: the Bluefire m2 is heavier and produce a higher arc than the Acuda s2. on slow game it seems to produces a little bit more spin but in my point of view it cannot compete with the acuda s2 when you are doing topspins from middistance.
The feeling on my Donic Dotec Persson was horrible in the first times of playing but it was getting better after few hours. Anyway i personally have a much better feeling with the Acuda S2 on my blade. The Bluefire seems to be harder although they say it has a softer topsheet but so i think it is the sponge which make the difference.
the first topspins where flying over the table because of the higher arc but when you go away from the table the speed this rubber produce seem to be somehow limited.It has not the top gear which the acuda has. the spin it is producing seems to be similar to the Acuda S2. for me the only advantage when playing topspins with the bluefire is when you have to rescue a very low ball in front of you. lifting up these balls is quite easily - the acuda fails here. but in the end for topspin i prefer the acuda because of the better feeling and acceleration and the top gear when you are far away from the table or in topspin - counter topspin rallies.
when you play drives or smash the speed is good enough quite the same like the acuda. control when you are blocking a ball is quite good for a spin offensive rubber.
when it comes to choping i think it succeeds over the acuda. slightly slower and maybe slightly more backspin in this technique. flicking is also easy with this one.
good rubber with better control than the Baracuda but with less spin, I use the BH
After use 2 weeks on FH i have to say this rubber does everything well, good at spin also good at smashes, it's speed is not too much faster than my BH rubber Rakza 7 Soft, but more spiny and more consistent for FH attacks.
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