RITC 729 Focus I
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High speed inverted rubber
Notes: New concept in Chinese rubber. Increased elasticity with an extremely flexible under pip structure give Focus more dwell time and more power. The pip structure of Focus allows the ball to better friction through increased contact area.
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Reviews of RITC 729 Focus I (32)
This rubber is the perfect rubber for a backhand player close to the table with a strong BH attack. It is also ideal for block, amazing control and possible variations in speed by active or passive block.
The hardness of the rubber, makes it also ideal to use as a defender at 2nd or 3rd position chopping with the FH. I can get some extreme low throw angles when using it on my forehand chopping at 2nd or 3rd position against topspin.
It will last a long time; really value for money.
Just for everyone complaining about speed; you should get the speed from your legs, body rotation and stroke, not the frame or rubber.
bought this one with Yasaka 2040 and RITC Pips out for a co-worker. He says he loves the spin.
This is amazing rubber for the price. Actually as high level player you can play with this. Fast and spinny. I don’t feel any difference between this and other expensive ones. Only $14? Wow. You are the winner.
Excellent rubber, low angles, but once you get used to it you can defend and attack very well. Extremely durable! I play 2hr/day 5 days a week and this rubber has lasted at least a year without loss of spin or control. You do have to clean it every time you use it though.
(Red MAX on a 5-ply wood blade)
This rubber is cheap, consistent, and very durable. It is a non-tacky, more European-style rubber. The rubber has a thick topsheet with a narrow pip structure. It has a soft-feeling contact with a medium sponge for faster shots. This gives it good dwell time even at low speeds, giving it great control.
I brought it because of the reviews... But it is slower than what I expected. Control is good but the throw angle is quite low. We have to adjust to that. Overall good for a control minded player. Chops and pushes are good. Blocking is great. Topspins need more effort especially with the plastic ball. I don't think any of the reviews here were written after they started using the plastic ball...
Super fast rubber. Not for a beginner. I switched to a more all around rubber and performed a lot better than I did with this rubber. Now that I am more experienced, I am looking at getting a faster rubber.
great rubber, for all round with max sponge, everything can be played.. it has great control, best thing is that you can create strong serves...
We put this rubber on both sides of a Joola Carbon Pro preassembled racket of a friend of mine (the racket originally came w. 4you rubbers) There was an immediate improvement in his game. His pushes came back just shaving the net like never before his blocking became very controlled. I had to try it myself. Control is amazing, spin is very good, a bit slow but very good rubber indeed.
its very nice ruber for anyone, the only problem is speed but if u have long swing u can create solid speed for long game. . . its for spiny loops, bloks are controled, short game, chops
Compared to Sriver and Cream Transcend, this one is slower but spinnier. I can make my shots land more precisely. The rubber is very forgiving, meaning you can swing differently and the shots will still go out pretty much the same way. Because this rubber is good at spinning and control (but not speed), I can initiate third-ball attack by looping or chopping easily. However, into the fifth ball I feel it lacks speed / aggressiveness.
afters years of using Butterfly Sriver, I changed to 729 Cream Transcend (a slightly better rubber in most areas, at significantly lower price). Then based on other reviews I decided to give Focus 1 a try. I would say this one is much less aggressive compared to Cream Transcend or Sriver. If you are developing techniques or need a very controllable rubber this might work for you. But if you have used Cream Transcend or Sriver and need more attacking power (faster spinnier loops) then this is NOT for you.
this rubber has a very soft feel and allows pretty big margin of error (as in you can hit the ball with slightly different strokes and it still goes out pretty much the same way). pretty spinny but a little slow on speed. i would recommend this to players looking for defensive plays. comparable to sriver el.
Nice rubber! Higher throw, soft feel, less sensitive to incoming spin, yet nicely spinny in game. Slow sponge of course, pair 2.2 mm with at least OFF blade. Serve is not special, but otherwise this rubber performs very well. So far my favourite among 729 rubbers (I've tried more than ten 729 rubbers).
nice rubber, I like it. soft sponge, therefore not tipical chinese, nor it is tipical euro-jap. better suited for loops than for smashes, however ok for smashing combined with wood which is fast enough. I like Focus II as well, but Focus III has sponge too soft for my taste. mind that sponge is tipically slow just like almost any chinese sponge
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