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Are you looking for a rubber whose strength is comfortable ball feedback? Whose speed consistently puts pressure on your opponent and adds unimagined precision to your game? Then go for HEXER+!
The new recipe of the upper layer combined with the progressive pips geometry gives HEXER+ a strong trampoline effect and a comfortable flat ball rebound angle. Thus the ball can faster make its way to the target this enables the player to generate more pace while less energy is needed (PACE PERFORMANCE). The HEXER-sponge of the fourth TENSOR-generation provides the dynamics you search for and strokes from all table distances will be routine. For players whose own versatility is their key to success
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Reviews of Andro Hexer+ (16)
What a great surprise, the hexer Plus is a very good rubber, lots of speed and spin, and has a very good grip, it's so easy to do backhand flick with it.
The Hexer+ is a very underrated rubber in the Hexer Series. This rubber can do backhand spins so easily and always has the grip with it.
Average rubber, don't know what to say about it. I would still prefer the Duro version.
This rubber is very similar to my previous backhand rubber, which is Joola Express 1. However, this is a tuned down version of it, meaning a little less speed but a little more spin. I have the red 2.1 version. Maybe because I bought it used (2-3 months old), the spin is not where I'd like it to be. It is okay for opening loop on the backhand side, but it is hard to make consecutive loops from the backhand corner. I often had to twiddle to my forehand rubber, which is Tenergy 05, for continuous backhand loop situation. Again, it might be better if it was new. When I look for a backhand rubber, in terms of spin capability, it needs to be on par with Yasaka Rakza X or Donic Bluefire JP01. This one definitely feels lacking compares to those two. However, when you punch/smash/power loop the ball, it goes pretty fast! So you need to adapt to this characteristic of the rubber. I know it did. I have had this rubber for a year now on my backup racket (used for 4-5 months sporadically), and it looks very similar to the condition when I received it. This rubber actually works really well for lobbing and fishing, which is a big part of my game. It has tons of control is those department. It also work fine for chopping, but I only do it when I am really out of position. Luckily, it save my butt many times. In summary, if your backhand game is generally pretty flat (block/drive/smash) with occasional loops, give this rubber a try. It may work well for your game.
Great if you're looking for a med/soft sponge, low/med throw angle rubber that has good speed to it. Throw angle very slightly lower than Xiom Vega Europe, also very slightly firmer rubber and definitely faster - likely due to slightly heavier sponge. Spin is similar to XVE. Agree with user "adrenalinac" that it would be good for blocks, (pushes), chops etc due to throw angle. Also agree with user "jbgwtf" and "Anonymous" that the throw angle is low-ish, hence good for the above features. Probably not the best for looping heavy back spin, but everything is acceptable. I preferred the throw angle of regular Hexer, but preferred softer sponge feel and faster speed of Hexer+... Used Hexer+ on BH of Tibhar Stratus PW.
This is the rubber that you must love! It's very fast, but from the other side it's nice for blocks&chops, and for looping as well?!
This is a bit confusing isn't it?
Top sheet of the rubber is great for chops, serves and loops, but if you try with smashes and strong hits, and ball goes into sponge, you will gain incredible speed. I must agree that it can be hard to control during looping, it's easy to throw off the table, but for rallies far from table it's very nice fast and precise. Lifting the ball from table is a bit hard for me with it, so I have TNRG 05 on other side, and variations of this two rubber during rally is very hard for opponent, and for me, throw angle is similar on these rubbers.
One of mine favorite rubbers, which can do everything for me, forenad or backhand, topspins and block - are all just right. I allways have one sheet of Hexer+ MAX on one of my blades!
Amazing flexibility in playing style. You can attack or sit back and deflect with this rubber.
Love this rubber! Great control and decent speed if you just brush. But watch out, it definitely feels like a trampoline when the ball bites the sponge. Much lower throw angle though compared to my previous H3 Neo FH on H-WH. I find it plays better at mid table.
FH - Andro Hexer +
BH - Andro Revofire
Andro Temper Off -
very good balance between speed and spin. good control on slow pushes close to the table... speed icreases dramaticaly (non-liniar) with harder strokes.
A bit faster and a bit better control compare with Hexer. The drawback is not durability.
Got it a few days ago and it really doesn't feel as hard as the normal hexer. the sponge looks less like a tenergy sponge and this rubber's pips are not as thin and near to each other in comparism to normal hexer. that's why it might feel softer.
well this one's probably best suited for a mix of loop and smash strokes as it plays very slowly when you just loop using the topsheet. if the ball digs into the sponge its spead will increase remarkably.
the spin it produces is somewhere between baracuda/hexer and older tensors like platin/sinus.
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