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Gambler Volt-T Oh-Toro

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Volt-T is an aggressive modern tacky style rubber, perfect for players who prefer a tacky powerful rubber with modern plastic ball era tacky grip. Volt-T uses a standard pip geometry arranged in a diagonal array giving enhanced ability to spin and direct the trajectory of the ball. Volt-T is a small batch premium rubber created by selecting only the best cuts of exclusive Gambler Japanese “Oh-Toro” sponge and combining this with Gambler's proprietary formulated top sheet. Volt-T characteristics are closely associated with the “Chinese style” of play, or alternatively “over the table” loop. Volt-T rubber pairs best with a Gambler “mechanical” backhand rubber.

Speed: 96
Spin: 100
Control: 87
Sponge Type: Gambler “Oh-Toro” Japanese hand select
Spin Type: Tacky (sticky)
Hardness: 37 +-2 (mid) (scale is Japan/European measurements)


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Reviews of Gambler Volt-T Oh-Toro (1)

I have clocked about 25 playing hours using the Gambler Volt-T on my forehand.
Pros
This rubber is tacky. I can press a Butterfly R40+ ball on the surface of this rubber and pick it up to a height of 4 inches before the ball falls off. The tackiness has not gone away even after 25 hours of play. There is a longer dwell time on the rubber when I loop which allows greater control and a larger margin for error. Lots of control on my short game. Service receives (pushes and flicks) are easy. I attribute this to the fact that the rubber is not bouncy/springy like tensor rubbers.
Cons
Rubber is a little too heavy for my taste (dense sponge) because I have shoulder and wrist issues. You need to be in proper position and produce a good swing on the forehand loop to produce good quality of speed/spin. Do not expect super fast drives/loops without fully committing to your stroke.
Overall, I think it is worth the $18 dollar I paid for it. Seems comparable to the DHS Hurricane series of rubbers both in physical characteristics and performance for almost half the price.
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