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This works perfectly. I have it for over 4 years and it's still in good condition. it's durable
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worked perfectly with my rackets
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Good product.
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It works, kind of, but like others have noticed the wood layers bend quite easily. But I've come up with an easy fix for the problem, just buy a deep throat clamp (for wood works, not the super heavy duty all metal ones), and use it to clamp the center of the press, then use the knobs on the press to secure the sides.
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great product
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I view this as almost a must-have if you glue a lot of rackets.
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Easy to use, and much better than my previous method which involved a large stack of random books.
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Work great. I like to tune my rubber which make the rubber hard to stick to the blade. Place the paddle inside this a few hours and it work great.
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The Yasaka Clicky Press is a necessary tool. When a cherished table tennis racket with sentiment and history becomes damaged, means and methods are sought to effect repairs. The simplest way is to use Elmer's Rubber Cement. That product and many other such products are regulated by EPA and henceforth become less easy for a User to apply to the surface of the rubber sheet's sponge. Its all about the chemistry. The normal reaction with these post EPA adhesives is that the rubber cement compounds will not easily attach to the sponge. Therefore a "press" of some type is required to keep both the racket blade and rubber sheet sponge together until they are both completed dry usually about 72 hours minimum. The desired result is to achieve this feat without any further damage to the rubber sheet's surface. And this product has assisted in savaging and restoring many of the prized table tennis rackets from the late 1970s when the average weight of a complete custom made professional table tennis racket with two rubber sheets is just four ounces. Recommend this product for its simple and reliable safe holding the glued racket together.
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