Dr. Neubauer Fighter

Dr. Neubauer Fighter Pips
Approx. $ 38 USD
Price $

User Ratings (6)

Speed 4.4
Spin 4.8
Control 7.8
Deception 6.8
Reversal 5.0
Weight 2.0   
Sponge Hardness (not rated)
Consistency 6.7   
Occasional variations
Durability (not rated)
Overall 8.5 10
Manufacturer Details
Type Long pips

Reviews (4)

Frutz  on 6/16/2013

I haved the one with the sponge i dont remember exatlly but i think the sponge is a bitter more than 1,1 i haved in red ox, i think is very easy to play with, but is to easy for your rival to, i didnt used a lot know i played with clou fog 3 ox red
Sophos  on 7/4/2011

It's actually a long pimple, not a short one as you've grouped it...
John Lee  on 9/1/2010

Fighter OX Shrink !!!!!!! You must know this. Fighter have a chance to shrink. So, You guys be carefull to use this rubber. I sent e-mail to dr. neubauer, they said, lot of users talked to them about the fighter SHRINK. Here is my sugestion, better take out from doubleside glue sheet, then use water-based-glue. Dr. Neubauer company said, It will be a same but I don't thing so. After shrink, all thing different. Better carefull this rubber shrink.
Stan Carra  on 7/25/2010

I have been playing mostly with Tibhar Grass Tek long pips with ox. The Fighter ox has more control than the Grass Tek, and is slightly slower. The Fighter Ox has less control than TTMaster Selection, but the Selection gave very little deception as it returned all balls flat. After my first playing session I am stronger with the Fighter than the other rubbers. Nice compromise between control and deception. It plays with more control against spinners than the hitters. I am an at the table player, and in my opinion works best from two to three feet back.

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