Andro Impuls Speed
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The Impuls SPEED releases significantly more speed and spin than the successful Impuls rubber – without losing control! Being the softest of all andro TENSOR BIOS rubbers so far, it is made of a harmonised rubber recipe that provides players of average and lower class levels with more controlled power during active strokes. The character of the Impuls SPEED combines two rubber types: the very soft sponge absorbs the opponent’s speed in the passive control play very well. In the active playing modus it enables to more energy. The strong sound and improved ball handling will impress every player immediately. Experience fewer mistakes due to the extra high flying curve and bigger ideal hitting area! The Impuls SPEED can be managed without effort also when practice less.
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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.
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Reviews of Andro Impuls Speed (8)
Plus: control, spinny loops, counter hitting.
Minus: not very fast, wears out fast, bad spin on serves.
It's very slow, but if control is what you want you'll love it.
It's perfect for beginer's bh
Very good rubber pretty soft with lots of spin the onlt bad thing is that youÂ´ll have to change this rubber every 4 months.
Plus: Accurate hitting, looping on backspin/opening, good speed on counter looping
Minus: Slow on driving, no spin serves, not good on blocking
Firstly, this rubber is loud! It's brought back my joy of just looping and continuing the rally. I also discovered how much control it has. Now, before you all start quoting how I said "all tensors have horrible short game, no spin, blah blah..", note that I've paired it with much more sensibly speed blades. My first hit with the Impuls Speed was on a Schlager and I claimed it had no speed, no spin, hard to block. Well duh son! Anything apart from 729 lightning's gonna be unplayable on that piece of metal.
Anyways, I am using it on a Oh Sang Eun, and the combo offers speed with I need it and an abundant of spin. The thing is, what is normally into the body shots now sink perfectly into that soft sponge, creating a great loop off something mistimed.
On the FH I'll admit it can't handle the higher level techniques such as a hard flick or a loop kill off backspin, and the speed's actually not something you'd write home about, especially if they're lobbing at you. But on the BH it just shines for me. I can play all my bullcrap shenanigan shots that I've learnt from the G555, at the same time passive blocks are now weapons on their own. Not to mention the excellent feel and feedback on a punchblock!
So, I was wrong (again) about this rubber. It just needs sensibly speed blades for it to work. And perhaps techniques that are carried over from much slower equipment.
Well I got the 2.2 mm sponge version RED, and I must say that for BackHand is a very good rubber.
Its extremely soft with a very nice feeling of the ball, you can generate a lot of spin or just simply do a flat stroke and get little by little more deaf with every stroke : P
The only bad thing with this rubber, durability... Around the third week, using it 4 days a week, like 4 hours each day, you start feeling the fall of the spin, but I love it.
Great Tensor rubber =D
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