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Andro Hexer Powergrip

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• Spin, feeling, consistency, control.
• Create magic spin: The advanced, on the plastic ball designed top sheet made of 100%
natural rubber allows maximum spin and magical trajectories.
• Experience amazing control: The sponge of 42.5 equipped with small sized pores provides a high failure tolerance and consistency in all shots.
• Superb comfort in play through the excellent balance of all elements.
• For players with a variable style setting the highest value on the spin, control, and stability in all their strokes.

Speed: 94
Spin: 92
Control: 71
Density: Medium-High

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 Powergrip (9)

Exactly what you'd expect from a 47.5 degree tensor rubber. Great balance between speed and spin. I never find myself blaming this rubber for missed shots, which makes it a beauty to play with. The tensor effect does not kick in at random times like some tensor rubbers. Compared to the Rasanter series, Hexer is more suited to amateur players whereas Rasanter is tailored towards pros and semi pros. I would recommend this if you're looking for a solid tensor rubber, the Hexer series has got you covered for a range of sponge hardnesses (40-47.5).
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I was encouraged to buy a set of this rubber by the mostly very positive reviews seen here and there. I might need to draw in other shades too, as my experiences are not entirely positive with this rubber. When it is brand new, it does play like the fancy description says (i.e. 'magical flight curves') - definitely spot on. Generally I would classify this rubber as a fun offensive rubber, as it is very easy to respond to various out of balance situations with it, and I can pull off successful receives even when my technique is far from perfect. I was also surprised, how much spin I was able to create (the topsheet is rather soft and flexible, but relatively dense). Speed development is linear with a very slight dampening on the lightest touches and with a very respectable highest gear (smashes are truly rocking), which makes joyful to finish points. Throw angle seems to be medium low in most situations with up to medium impacts (for those who seek more safety with their arcs above net, the slightly softer 'Grip' version is definitely better), but the sponge "opens up" noticeably beyond a certain impact threshold (e.g. hard blocks and countertopspins), which needs some extra care to guess the right racket angle. The problem I have with this rubber is particularly related to the topsheet lifespan and the shrinkage. The topsheet has some grippy texture and glossiness, but it seems to be vulnerable even to lesser bruises, and it gets matte and lose its grips easily in the affected areas - this makes the topsheet to have insufficient grip (with this sponge hardness, it does feel really critical), which means loss of ball control by more frequent unexpected slippage. I also noticed visible horizontal topsheet shrinkage with raised edges around (3 months post-purchase) - this did not seem to affect the general feeling of the rubber, but it made slightly more difficult to play thinly pulled spinny strokes.
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Hexer Powergrip, black, max sponge on backhand, mounted on Tibhar balsa defence 25 blade, R53 on forehand.
An excellent rubber, reasonably fast, great spin, control and good feeling, sponge is medium hard 47.5, similar to Tibhar MXP and MXS, more so the MXS for overall feel.
I have changed from the MXS on my backhand to the Hexer Powergrip (HPG), I feel that the difference between the two rubbers is hardly noticeable, they both play very similarly.
The softer sponge on the HPG gives more feel than the R53, spin is equal to the R53, speed is less but still plenty quick enough. HPG is definitely more forgiving than the R53.
Spin is good on serves, pushing and chops are good with excellent control, blocking can be fast and positive or you can reduce the speed for a soft block. Blocking heavy spinning opening loops requires good technique.
Backhand loops/topspins are good, with good spin, drives have to be played slightly more cautiously as the catapult effect from the sponge starts to kick in with harder shots, balls can go off the end a the table. Technique requires a slightly more closed face.
Andro has produced another great rubber that is up there with the MXPs and MXSs.
If you had an un marked or blank sheet of MXS and HPG you may struggle to tell the difference!!!
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Rubber is very new in my testing phase. Works fabolous with Andro Novacell OFF blade on BH. Spin and spin opening is outstanding. 1st topspin mostly doesn't come back from same levelled players. And that with polyball, very surprising. Blocking, chopping and smashing is also working well and very controllable. Test on other blades is still running. Feedback and results against better skilled players will come the next time.
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i used powergrip on my FH, it can produce spinny serve, medium throw angel when drive, spin with feel natural.
although the spec stat that the sponge is 47.5deg, it feel softer than that.
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