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20 Reviews for Victas V>01 Limber

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Summary

Pros

  • The rubber is lighter than many other brands, making it easier to brush the ball and perform backhand opening loops. It's also more affordable, with the potential to buy two sheets of V01-limber for the price of one Tenergy in Germany. The rubber is also versatile, performing well on a Ma Long 5 all wooden blade.
  • The rubber is good for playing close to the table with hard offensive loops and offers great blocking control. It also allows for effective service play with a lot of effect. Despite a slightly flat throw angle, it's still a great rubber equal to top rubbers in the market.
  • The rubber has great control and blocking abilities, making it a perfect choice for beginners. It's also lightweight and linear, which makes it easy to play with. Given its affordability, it comes highly recommended for beginner players.

Cons

  • The rubber is sensitive to incoming spin and loses some power when playing far from the table. It's also difficult to glue and unglue, and it's not the best for smashes. Despite its good qualities, it's not considered the 'holy grail' of all rubbers.
  • The rubber shrinks significantly over time. A rubber cut to 156/150, glued with water-based glue, was found to have shrunk to 154/148 after just three weeks. Additionally, the sponge flakes easily when attempting to remove the adhesive.
  • Direct hitting with the rubber is not easy, and it requires some time to get used to. The throw angle could have been a little higher, and more effort is needed to loop than medium throw rubbers. The rubber also lacks in speed and spin compared to top rubbers today.

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Very good rubber for looping and blocking. Direct hitting is not that easy, but after a while it works.
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I use it on BH (with V>15 on FH) and it's a very good match. Great control and blocking abilities. I like its light weight too.
It's also a perfect rubber for beginners, very easy to play with: linear, and forgiving.
As it's inexpensive I recommend it to all my beginner friends and they are always satisfied.
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Have exchanged this for my usual go to rubber (Tenergy 05fx) on backhand. I remembered that I had tried this 2 years ago on my forehand and that it wasn't mean enough. But on my backhand now, it's a different story. What can I say? It's lighter than T05FX (43-45g when cut on the Tenergy vs 40-41g when cut for the Victas 01-limber), backhand opening loops are actually easier, because it's easier to brush the ball, it is so much cheaper, because for the 59,90 that I pay for a Tenergy in Germany I can actually almost get two sheets of V01-limber when it is on sale for 32,90. I tried it in 2,0mm first as I always chose 1,9mm in the Tenergies, but I found out that I play better with 1,8mm on the backhand. So, there you have it, I found my substitute. At the moment this stands as being better (for me!) than T25FX, T05FX, Ventus Soft, Ventus Spin, Hexer variants, Blue Acuda P2, Hammond Pro Beta and the list goes on. Recommended. Before I forget: The rubber is mounted on a Ma Long 5 all wooden blade, just fyi.
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This i play much when it came out on the market for a good 10 years. Then it was an amazing rubber. But there has happened alot during these years, it will always keep a placein my heart, but if you compare with top rubbers today, you can easy reach the specs of this. Now spin is not enough, speed is slow, weve change ball a couple of times, and it notice. Sorry to say
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favourite rubber
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Very good rubber! Good spin and the right amount of power for me because my shots are quite powerful on my backhand and is that controllable. it is a good rubber if your a spinner or attacker
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I love this friend. I played Stiga Mark V 2.5 for decades. And on my search for a rubber with the same handling on blocking I finale found this friend. I play a very controlled ball and could attack hard or with a very fast top spin. >>> and I only play it with a 1.8 sponge on Stiga Clipper
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It is a good all round rubber. I am using it on a CPH Bty. Taksim which is better than a softer blade before. Easy to use and average durability. If you can buy it on sale, worth to try!
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Super revtement , linaire et vraiment polyvalent , un revtement tous faire . Mentions spciales pour top rotation , bloc et contre top . Mis sur un joola fever , le constat est impressionnant , meme les top frapp son efficace avec une vitesse de loin suffisante pour terminer le point . Mon n'est revtlent en coup droit 2 mm
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Versatile medium speed rubber.
Good BH rubber on a OFF/OFF+ blade.
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very good control rubber with a lot of spin
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Good all round rubber. Pretty fast considering the control achieved. Non tacky. Spin is good too. However nothing sensational. I am using the rubber for a week now. May be it still requires some time to break in. Throw angle could have been a little higher. On high backspin returns more effort is needed to loop than medium throw rubbers. But you cant have all in one I guess.
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This is a masterpiace of TSP, that can provide you a lot of control and spin, for server, very soft sponge and the feeling is awesome soft, use it on my forehand.
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Its a great rubber that more then equal to the toprubbers. its good for playing close to the table with hard offensive loops. blocking is great with a lot of control. the service is good to play with with a lot of effect. The trow angle is a little flat and that's why i think it's less great for players that are playing in second or third position.
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Good rubber but to me the ratings seem a little unrealistic and unfair to other quality rubbers. In my opinion it is not better than Xiom (Sigma Europe, Vega Pro, Omega IV pro), Rakza 7 or 9, Donic Bluefire or Tibhar Evolution. Not the mention Tenergy 05 or 05FX that I find better in all aspects. So, it is a good rubber: fast, spiny and controllable, but quite sensitive to incoming spin, not the best for smashes, loses some power when playing far from the table, difficult to glue/unglue. It's worth to give it a try, but it is not "holly grail" of all rubbers as according to ratings.
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1. Rubber shrinks significantly. A rubber cut 156/150, glued with water based glue, now is 154/148, after three weeks.
2. Sponge flakes easily when I wanted to remove the adhesive.
Also, very good topsheet.
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Great rubbers. Very good for blocking, ball trajectory is linear, a lot of spin and control, smashing it's not so good.
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This rubber is great. A lot of spin, speed and exelent control
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Very spinny rubber. Fantastic control
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New brand from TSP. Used on a donic burn all+ the spin and spin is very good. Slightly lower throw than tibhar genius sound. This is a very good rubber for topspins and also blocking is very easy to do.
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