Galaxy Uranus Poly

Galaxy Uranus Poly Pips
Approx. $ 4 USD
Price $

User Ratings (10)

Speed 8.8
Spin 7.9
Control 9.5
Deception 5.3
Weight 3.1   
Sponge Hardness 3.9   
Medium soft
Consistency 9.3   
Always identical
Durability 9.6   
Lasts a long time!
Overall 9.4 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 (3)

kingsman  1 weeks 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: i glued this rubber on my daughters blade, she was using 802-40 before. we played for 30mins. i notice her flat hit and smashes have lesser spin compared to 802-40, speed is almost the same, her blocks has more catapult, ball trajectory is better, control is the same, she said it plays the same as 802-40 only it has softer sponge and better ball trajectory but with lesser spin, i lost 2-1.
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
Iloveanti  on 5/10/2016

Bought a black OX version and paired it with a mid-soft 1.0mm custom kokutaku sponge and water-glued it on a Donier Defensive blade(speed=Def+). The pips were vertically aligned, diameter on the top was slightly smaller than 802-40, shape of pips were trapezoid from the base to the middle and cylindrical from the middle to the top, surface of the top was bald (no threads). Pips were not too soft nor too hard, quite insensitive to incoming top spin when blocking, but still able to do a half-decent loop with mild top spin at mid distance. However, not much spin could be imparted when chopping or serving. The strength of this rubber was blocking and flat hitting, ball was loaded with reasonable speed and excellent placement in blocking or flat hitting, even on a thin sponge and mid-slow defensive blade. Ball came with low-flat trajectory when blocking against strong top spin at close range and roll lift/loop against back spin ball. Recommended for pips hitter who may also roll loop sometimes and player who like blocking at close game.

Review it!

Log in!

You must be logged in to leave a review/rating.
Log in / Create an account


* Actual prices will vary.

DISCLAIMER: Ratings/reviews are contributed by the table tennis community. does not certify their correctness.