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It is like tamed version of fast arc c1 By 10%. It does every thing good. It has very nice feel. It has decent speed but is not a speed monster. Spinn insensitive , nice for blocking. Light rubber. Durable also. And cheap , i got it for 17 euro on tt11 on sale. Everthing is nice about thus rubber exept it doesnt have that speed glue sound to provide you feedback.
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I tried this after D05, and all I can say: this is perfect backhand rubber for close to table style. Lacks power for 2-3m distance game, but feeling is awesome..
No more Dignics and Tenergies for me!!
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Very good for the BH.
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As people above, this is a backhandrubber. This is on place 6 on Most buyed rubbers in Asia. (This month) May2020
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2.0 mm
This rubber has a soft sponge but heavier than rubber with thickness 2.1 mm

First time I used it for BH but what I need for my BH is more top spin. Meanwhile, this rubber is not enough spin so I started to use it for FH because of my FH can make top spin easier than my BH.

The good things from this rubber are fast and controllable. I can place the ball easily. For pushing is also good and nice for games away from the table.

This rubber is good for people who start to learn TT too. But if you want to make a great top spin, mark v is better and cheaper.
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An extremely good backhandrubber, with good amount to bh-looping or deep cuts
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I like this a lot.
My forehand is my weaker side, I use my backhand to attack a lot more.
This works well on my forehand. I focus on placement and spin with this on forehand. When done properly, this rubber has enough speed to win points. Think Samsonov (placement).

Bluestorm Z1 on backhand
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Backhand-rubber a la carte
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amazing rubber for backhand. This is the perfect rubber for a block and control player. it generates plenty of spins but needs more power if you want to do a backhand topspin to cross the ball due to the softer sponge. Nice rubber to backhand and forehand for beginner and intermediate player who seeks control and spin with Japanese topsheet and sponge.
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I've been playing this rubber on my backhand for half a year now and can easily say it's the most controlled rubber for allround/off play I ever had the chance to play. It does everything really well, backspin, topspin, blocks. It's rather insensitive to incoming spin. The only drawback is that it lacks a bit of power when you're away from the table. When I played it on my forehand (just for fun and to check it out) I was really impressed by its ability to neutralize incoming topspin and I could almost shoot powerspins from every angle. It plays different and really grabs the ball - you'll understand what I mean when you play it.
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The ideal rubber for backhand side of shakehand grip. It mostly suited players who love brushing the ball more than hitting hard on the ball, also the consistency of blocking and looping the backspin is amazing, those make my game comfortable. In fact, it is not a hard rubber(45 degree) as manufacturer described.
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