ronakvyas86 on 10/3/2016
I got this rubber, on my Yasaka Extra Offensive blade, for the purpose of experimenting with short pips after reading a couple of reviews. I'm a penholder and I was previously using Evolution MX-P for FH on Joola Rossi Emotion Cpen blade. So, I thought I might have some difficulty adjusting my FH to a rubber like this. To my suprise, this rubber is so much more easier to play with than I thought. Yes, the looping from forehand is not even close to what I could do with my old rubber (MX-P) and all the other tensors I've used before (Nimbus, Acuda S1 Turbo), but other than that everything else is much better. Pushing, chopping, hitting, driving, placing, all are terrific. Overall, I think I'm playing much better than this one on my FH rather than all the other tensors that I've used. I still manage to play offensively with much less errors. Serves are quite spinny too. I guess I'm gonna stick with this one for a long time.
dirlewanger 2 months ago
Very good controlled pips,I played with it on Butterfly bkx5 on forehand.
Serves very spiny,very good control in attack,the best in counterattack.
ronron on 5/3/2018
I use this rubber on my FH in 1.8mm black on a Xiom extreme S blade. (Shakehand grip) Serving is outstanding for a short pip. Block and chop block goes with ease. But what I really like about it is the fact I can play it like inverted rubber, even on half distance, with the advantages of short pips. I can easily flat hit incoming balls, but also play some topspin if necessary. In combination with a fast blade it is devastating.
carvalhoc on 1/3/2018
Use this rubber on BH.
Soft sponge, very good spin for a short pip rubber, even capable of spinny serves, it is very durable and light.
Can chop, push, fast on attack and smash, good blocks, low throw, can flip serves and plays wonderfully close to the table. For the price it is a no brainer.
Nakata on 7/6/2017
I own a 802-40 since 2013 (4 years already) but never had used it.
I found it too hard compared to my previous short pips, Yasaka Rakza PO. Maybe I didn´t like this particular characteristics at that time. But recently I met a penhold player (just like myself) using a F´Ship 802, which is even harder than 802-40. And he blocks so well, giving opponents a very hard time.
So I decided to give my 802-40 one more try... and I can barely explain how much amazed I am now. This rubber is a beast! Fast, actually incredibly fast when hard-hit. My initial impressions of a hard feeling remains, but I can win points with it without giving any chance for my opponent to return the ball. When the smash hits table the point is over.
It is unforgiving, you can´t fix the stroke in the middle of swing but with a well-executed motion it rewards with winners.