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Good rubber excellent control. Good for table game can dig in to a push. Good spin on serving. Loops are good. Spin loop or loop kill. I just like a harder sponge and a more tacky top sheet. This is a very good rubber just not what I was looking for.
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I was in a long time search for a rubber, which can be really considered as an upgrade. Now I found something quite exceptional (and my current favourite). As a brief summary, this is not the easiest rubber to play, as it takes noticeably more physical effort to play in its full qualities (compared to all other 07 series rubbers), but if I put a decent amount of work into my shots, this rubber is very rewarding. On first inspection, the tackiness of the rubber topsheet is obvious, but only to a slight/moderate extent - still, regular cleaning is recommended. The topsheet of the red rubber is translucent, and has a very appealing bright red tint. It feels only a little bit soft, which gives good feedback of the ball contact. The sponge is light beige colored, and has a dense texture with small pores. During the break-in, it felt a little bit harder than specified, but now it is spot on. On light touch shots, the ball bounce feels definitely suppressed, so playing defensive shots and short balls is easy, except chopping, where I feel less margin for errors. The rubber has a remarkable top speed once the sponge is properly employed (the tension there feels just right), resulting in a large overall dynamic range. Brush looping is a bit more difficult with this topsheet and sponge hardness, but the tackiness helps here noticeably, allowing nicely arced shots and high quality serves. Despite the tackiness, sensitivity to incoming spin is rather low. To my biggest surprise, this rubber lets me do a wide range of offensive strokes (active blocking/countering, power looping, smashing) with exceptional stability and efficiency. The arcs are fairly low, fast and spinny then - still, the control in placement is outstanding, which lets me do many priceless winner shots. Once I trained myself for this rubber, I always go for these, as this rubber makes me a real beast. (I use MAX thickness on both sides of a PimplePark Pila blade, which pairs up well with this rubber.)
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Good rubber
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Rubber tested on lgy ALC
Rubber is one for the best blocking rubbers I've tested. It's low average speed, medium high throw angle and soft but tacky top sheet makes it extremely easy to place the ball wherever you want. Tacky top sheet makes spinning up backspin super easy. However, don't expect to hit any outright winners, this rubber lacks speed. Chopping is also difficult as the throw angle is too high. Durability seems pretty good after 2 weeks, just remember to keep the plastic sheet that it comes with to maintain the tack.
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Reliable "chinese rubber like" type. Easy for all the attacking strokes.
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great spin for this rubber, the topsheet is a little tacky and it look like chinese, with a fast german sponge. It is a quite dinamic and dangerus rubber, fantastic spin on the serve and push, it's easy keep low and short the ball, on the topspin the ball get an incredible spin!
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high spin, great rubber!
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