Donic Twister LB

Donic Twister LB Pips
Approx. $ 37 USD
Price $

User Ratings (3)

Speed 8.0
Spin 8.4
Control 8.0
Deception 4.1
Reversal 4.6
Weight 3.3   
Sponge Hardness 6.0   
Medium hard
Consistency 10.0   
Always identical
Durability (not rated)
Overall 7.8 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 57 / 100
Spin 80 / 100
Type Medium pips
TWISTER LB is a newly developed medium to middle long pimple rubber made of a soft natural rubber mixture. The chambered pimple heads create a lot of spin and rotation in an active game. Due to its fantastic control, it's ideally suited for returning serves and for passive blocks. With the TWISTER LB the variety of the game increases enormously. All kind of shot variations can be done by this "all-rounder" so that it's the ideal solution for pimple players at all playing levels.

The 1.5 mm sponge is perfect for a variable all-round game.The 2.0 mm sponge is ideal for an offensive all-round playing style.

Reviews (2)

bohemian tom  on 9/28/2011

evidently for offensive players - counter balls from looping - flat end strokes - backspin like classic soft rubber over the table possible for quick defensive players - not close to the table - usually for chopping far from the table (without reversal at all)
Enzo Louwi  on 8/12/2011

I played with it for over a week now, and its really a good Mid pips, control, spin and block perfect, so easy to use in back hand, not in the deceptive side but the twister name really is the right name for this rubber, coz i get that impression from all of the players i played with, as he ball curves with a spin when blocking and the back spin has a reverse effect when hitting the table. I use the 2.0max on my back hand. I use d it on a Burn All+ Donic blade. I also use other MP, like 110 in which is more deceptive, and I use the twister for my offensive game. Try is and see it for your self.

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