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Don't like it. I am a chopper, pusher and occasionally looper. Used this on my backhand. The bounce was erratic on my pushes and chops. The ball was either falling short of the net, or bouncing high giving the perfect opportunity for the opponent to smash. Blocking did not work at all, with the ball falling short of the net every time.
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very easy to control. Excellent spin for bH.
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I am a fan of the Impulse Speed because it was the first Andro Rubber I have owned and it is an amazing backhand rubber. I am not an avid user of soft rubbers for the backhand and I prefer medium to medium hard rubbers but few exceptions like the Impulse Speed, Rasant Beat and then this one. Both the Rasant Beat and Plaxon 350 seem to be rivals in performance with the Beat being spinnier. The 350 is soft but not too soft like a Xiom Vega Elite. The Plasma 350 is very spinny and at the same time has enough speed. The rubber, like the Beat, is bouncy and lively. Speedwise, it is slightly faster than a Vega Europe and almost equal speed with Beat. The Plasma 350 excels in smashing and driving. I find the 350 as a better controlled smashing rubber than the Beat. Even with the Sardius that is considered as a very stiff blade, I didn’t expect any bottoming out. Unlike other soft rubbers, the softness of the sponge gives way to bottoming out and you hit the ball with the feeling of wood hitting the ball. The 350 somehow has a good sponge that lessens the compression of the ball against the sponge. Spinwise, kit is not as spinny as the latest tensors but nevertheless rated as very high amount of potential spin generation. In my opinion, there are rubbers that have huge spin potentials like tenergy but not everybody can fully utilize the rubber because it takes skills and then there are rubbers that are less spinny but due to being easier to handle, you can produce huge amount of spin. My only letdown on the 350 and 450 is that both seem to have lesser spin when using the polyball. This is a good all around attacking rubber. From blocking to placement shots and attacking using smash or drives, the 350 is very good. Developing players would appreciate this rubber and learning basic strokes is easier and enjoyable.

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