Andro Hexer Grip
Magic Spin / Amazing Control
• Spin, feeling, consistency, control.
• Create magic spin: The advanced, plastic ball-optimized top sheet made of 100% natural rubber allows maximum spin and magical flight curves.
• Experience amazing control: The 45° medium-high technology sponge wraps around the ball, increasing the fault tolerance, creating a fantastic ball control.
• Powerful catapult and enormous energy generated by large pores in the green sponge.
• Constant rotation and high control values deliver high playing comfort.
• For players intending to upgrade their versatile offensive game with a lot of spins while maintaining high control.
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Andro has dedicated over three decades to the development of high-performance table tennis equipment. Exemplifying German engineering prowess, Andro rubbers are built for speed, spin and versatility. Through rigorous research and development, Andro consistently delivers products for those individuals who demand the most from their table tennis equipment. No one demonstrates this better than Simon Gauzy from the Andro pro team. His unrelenting style of play lets him push the boundaries of what's physically possible.
Andro has a long list of professional quality rubbers. The Andro Rasanter series is a mainstay in the table tennis world and the Hexer series is on the cutting-edge of offensive rubbers. For pips-out players, check out the Andro Blowfish and Chaos rubbers. Andro rubbers will keep you going strong in your next match!
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Reviews of Andro Hexer Grip (10)
The Euro DF was too soft and slow for the forehand especially so I wanted to bump up to something harder.
Andro Hexer Grip is harder but not too hard for me at 45 degrees. I got it on Max on both FH and BH. The first day I thought I had made a terrible mistake because they were so bouncy. But after 3 days, they softened and I'm now finding them to be a great all-around rubber. They work well on every type of stroke. I'm using then on my OFF- OSP Virtuoso.
The main advantage is in the title - The GRIP! It's much easier to do spin on an underspin and side serve now (versus the Euro DF). AND, it's much easier to do underspin pushes and chops. That grip helps. I hope it lasts awhile; we'll see.
It's not super fast and won't be the most powerful rubber at the club. But that's ok for me now, since i'm still learning how to brush and loop and flick. They're forgiving, which I like. But these rubbers are helping me train towards the next level.
I was using ELS on my backhand for a while, liked it, but wanted tiny bit more control while maintaining the spin. This rubber, Hexer Grip, serves me well. It feels like what I was looking for.
If anyone tried Aurus Select before and was slightly disappointed then this will make you happy. I had gone through several sheets of Aurus Select before was felt like it was lacking something, some more feel, some more spin.
The 45 degree sponge means it is a little forgiving. The control reminds me of the good old Acuda S2? Not that they are from the same generation but the level of control is definitely there. Also, like the Acuda S2, it is springy but not too explosive, sort of like a "slow" kind of springy? Unlike the Acuda S2, Hexer Grip grips and picks up the ball well and and allow you to do delicate shots like the banana flip.
If you are a very hard hitter, you better off trying Hever Powergrip maybe? Since harder sponge suits harder style of strokes. On the other hand if you are more a pro-placement kind of player like I am, then Hexer Grip is definitely worth a try.
Additional note about whether to use it on backhand or forehand.
I personally have developed a very strong backhand, I hit, spin, and flick the ball a lot while staying close to table. At an amateur level, playing 3 times a week, Hexer Grip suits me well. Its not too soft for a confident attacking shot.
My forehand is relatively weak, a lot weaker than my backhand, so Hexer grip is hard enough for my forehand. I only use forehand for transitional strokes, and only when the ball pops up high. Again, If your forehand is good and can hit harder than your backhand, maybe consider Hexer PwoerGrip or other rubbers with harder sponge (PowerGrip version, EL-S, MX-S, etc)
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