MartyC 8 months ago
I played 1 season with 1,5mm - very good , universal thickness , disruptive rubber. Great satisfaction with. Disruptive , but controlable (more as regulary Killer , wich i tried too). Rubber make this , what I want .... After this season I am trying 1,8mm for bigger offensive options. More offensive , more speed , more loop friendly , little more sensitive to incomming rotation.
Played on custom blade with composite Diolen/aramide , similary to some arylate blade .
Highly recommended rubber!
hoybay 10 months ago
This rubber rewards close to the table active play. You have to hit the ball on top of the bounce in order to produce a flat trajectory with a noticeable "sink" effect. The best strokes are offensive shots ( flat hits) and blocks. Chops and chop-blocks are also useable, however you have to use these only when out of position. Also don't forget to attack backspin balls to add variety to your game. Overall it is somewhat hard to use in the beginning, however you can level up your game once you master it!
dario7 on 5/26/2018
Dr Neubauer Killer Pro with 2.0 mm sponge is very good short pips rubber. Sponge is hard and it has good speed with nice deception. In active blocking, straight hitting and counter-attacking ball has intention to sink. Also, passive block will produce a low bouncing and slow ball. Control is a little better then with Killer or Spinlord Gipfelsturm. It is possible to chop, but with 2.0 mm sponge it is not that easy.
You can check my rubber test here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XEd2EgTCJNU
fred95 on 3/30/2018
Un picot tres facile en bloc passif sur balle top spin rapide, demande un peu d'entraînement pour bloquer actif contre les top spin lents, mais aux dires de mes adversaires, la balle à peu d'inversion, mais tombe rapidement et se trouve flottante. Assez facile pour attaquer sur balle molle. Je l utilisé en 1.8mm
avmesut on 7/1/2017
Killer, Aggressor and KO videos are on my YouTube channel.