Galaxy Uranus Poly

Galaxy Uranus Poly Pips
Approx. $ 4 USD
Price $

User Ratings (13)

Speed 8.9
Spin 8.0
Control 9.3
Deception 5.7
Weight 3.1   
Average
Sponge Hardness 3.4   
Medium soft
Consistency 9.4   
Always identical
Durability 9.7   
Lasts a long time!
Overall 9.5 10
Manufacturer Details
Type Short pips
New pips-out rubber for the new non-celluloid ball.
The latest pips-out rubber from Yinhe is designed with the new non-celluloid ball in mind. With strong built-in tensor effect, the softer sponge enables faster rebounds while maximizing rubber surface and ball contact. Uranus Poly provides enhanced speed and improve arc generation: it is a force multiplier for the offensive pips-out player.

Reviews (6)

holderply  7 days ago

I am a trad penholder, I experimented with pips out, so my setup is a allround wood + This rubber + Yinhe Neptune 1.8mm, So I twiddle and confuse opponent. firstly, I want to say that this rubber is insane with proper technique, Looping with the bat angle nearly parallel to table and hitting the ball in the back area gives a fast AND after the ball hits the table (usually close to the edge) the ball just goes flat for a short time then it sinks to the floor, SO opponent may not serve long unless they want this to happen. (Opponent usually ends up lobbing my smashes if they manage to return this) If you use LP on the other side, returning short / medium serves with a bit aim makes your opponent out-maneuver-ed by your play, and even though they won the first/first 2 set(s), the next 4/3 sets, they are too tired and exhausted to play and you didn't move too much before, so you will win the match
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kingsman  2 months ago

i played this rubber before in cpen, speed is at par with 802-40, but this is more spinnier, soft sponge, it generates a good arc when looping and semi smash, plays like 802-40 but this one has softer sponge, blocking is good but it gives a medium throw in return, 802-40 is better in blocking because of lower throw, anyway this really a bang for the money cheap but plays very good. what more could you ask for the price.>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>update, sponge is too soft, average control, very deceptive gives you unusual ball bounce, not so good in blocks, spinny short pips
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racha  3 months ago

Very easy to block. Punching on topspins is possible. Defensive chopping similar to Hou Yingchao is also possible and returns confusing no-spin balls and with big stroke heavy underspin. Serve with underspin is possible. Overall very nice rubber.
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ElegantPlayer  3 months ago

When I bought it I had no hope it was a good rubber. But I have to admit that I was pleasantly surprised. The rubber is very fast , with a low arc and it doesn't generates great spin . But there are two things to keep it as my main rubber in Forehand . I 'm a a hitter , i only use the loop to lift the first ball and the i hit the ball with my devastate smash. - One the little sensitivity to the opposite effect, this allows you to hit the low ball and underspin balls, you'll receive much better with this rubber. -Two The sink effect of this rubber allow you to receive easily even short serves with pression over your opponent putting your opponent under pressure induce them to throw the ball to the net. -Even this rubber doesn't generate much spin , you can loop easily any ball. -I don't understand what this rubber has but it allows you to do devastating smashes .
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atrano  on 7/11/2018

Very nice quality forehand oriented short pips rubber(max sponge). I disagree that it is a hitting -smashing although it can also do that. I thing the diagonally oriented pips help the forehand movement. I ve tried on the YinHe 980 blade and as I told I was surprised by the arc generated with a forehand hit. It is definately faster than 802 mystery III and has a softer feel. Other impressions will come soon
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