GEWO Hype EL Pro 47.5
The GEWO Hype EL Pro 47.5 table tennis rubber has the perfect combination of explosive power spin and an extreme increase in speed. This rubber is specially developed by GEWO for the top pro and tournament players.
The GEWO HYPE Series captures ultimate playing experience by releasing effective power transmission and total forgiveness. The GEWO HYPE series has a newly developed surface structure and is designed for the new lower bounce ABF Ball with DGC40+ (Dynamic-Grip-Concept) "Power Tension Boost" and CPI (Clean Power Inside).
GEWO Hype EL Pro 47.5 has a 47.5-degree hardness and is one of the fastest and most dynamic rubbers of the Hype EL Pro Series. The rubber has been developed specifically to meet the demands of players with a higher practice routine who favor harder sponges. High dynamics on impact, coupled with a super spin producing surface, make this the perfect rubber for every offensive player. Go GEWO - "The last point makes you the winner!"
Sponge hardness: Hard+ (47.5)
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Reviews of GEWO Hype EL Pro 47.5 (6)
Bardzo dobra okadzina. wietnie wchodz piki podczas gry. Wielka kontrola i szybko. Oglnie genialny sprzt. Mi si im gra bardzo dobrze.
Very nice rubber. I was actually very surprised by amount of speed, spin and control it offers.
Not sure about the durability since been playing with it for 2 weeks only.
To me it is a good forehand rubber, I prefer softer backhand rubbers, like T80 for example, but it is a personal preference.
After playing with this rubber for about 2 month straight I can tell the following; This is an amazing rubber, I end up using it on my backhand, control is awesome, counter looping is a unbelievable, durability is very good ( providing that about 40 training days of which about 1/3 was twice a day and few tournaments, considered a very good durability). Spin in and speed are both 10 out of 10. Great job Gewo.
After a week using this rubber, in my opinion, it has less speed and spin than others said. Comparing to rakza 7 it has softer touch with equal speed, the sensation is the same sponge hardness, however you feel the ball deeper, perhaps for a softer surface compound. The result is fantastic, you have a powerful shot, but controllable.
A bit less catapult effect than tenergy 05 and still rapid enough.
After breaking this rubber in (about 10 hours) it plays very well on forehand and backhand. It rewards full swings and good technique. Not quite as easy to play with than the Nanoflex series. But still it gives big movement and spin. Blocking is phenomenal. I've got this on an Adidas Radix Ultimate (penhold, Amultart equivalent) and it is very controllable on the backhand or forehand. I prefer it on my backhand.
One of the best rubber I personally used. My friend bought the the medium to soft version (42.5) I tried it out and i loved it so I bought the harder version. This rubber certainly requires a good technique. Would not recommend for beginners. The angles are a big thing to note when buying this rubber. Your angle has to be precise it took me a good two weeks to get use to the angle (more of closed blade). There is nice forward momentum on the ball when it is struck well so even if you play a light ball with this rubber you can almost guaranteed the ball to still be in play. This is the first rubber I ever bought that requires ALOT more energy to play with get a nice spin on the ball. On service it has nice spin but I noticed on a fast serve it requires a more flatter contact. It is a beautiful rubber(I use it on my forehand). Overall its best suitable for aggressive style players. UPDATE: Still an awesome rubber with great spin and speed but its durability is bad
This is an incredibly good rubber. It produces amazing spin and has an outstanding feel to it. The control is also superb. Although the manufacturer describes the sponge as "hard", when put on my blade (Andro Treiber Z), it has an incredibly "soft" feel. Blocking, spin-blocking and playing near the table, as well as away from it, are child's play. It is specially designed for the new 40+ balls and we play with them exclusively, since the rubber performs outstandingly. To sum up, this is perhaps THE BEST rubber I have played with.