Kokutaku 911

Kokutaku 911 Pips
Approx. $ 14 USD
Price $

User Ratings (6)

Speed 4.4
Spin 4.4
Control 7.2
Deception 4.7
Reversal 4.4
Weight 3.0   
Average
Sponge Hardness 4.0   
Medium
Consistency 10.0   
Always identical
Durability (not rated)
Overall 7.8 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 11
Spin 12
Control 13
Type Long pips
There are 1 users using the Kokutaku 911.
Kokutaku 911 does have a strange effect on the ball. Beginning players will block shots and confuse opponents with randomized spin, and dead balls. Veterans of this rubber get desired effect not just random effect from blocks. This rubber chops well, hits well also, balls that are struck with force have a tendency to sink, further causing your opponent trouble. If you have the reflexes, 911 plays a devastating close to the table hitting and blocking game.

Long Pimple rubber
Strange Effect on Ball
Can generate attack
Can be VERY Deceptive
ITTF approved

Kokutaku 911 long pimple rubber made with high grade Japan sponge or OX for a top tight up to the table blocking game.

Reviews (6)

JOSTAR  on 11/27/2016

This is a good OX rubber, comparable to Giant Dragon Cropcircles or Tibhar Dtecs, but easier to hit with. The pips are not too stiff. My 1st day of usage went 9-2 games. Very good for chop blocking. No problems using with my carbon blade. Easy chop blocking off the table without much effort. One of my opponents, uses inverted on both sides, says this rubber does the knuckle ball right at the end of shot just before it hits the table, nasty.
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firetack  on 8/14/2014

The bad:Thick base and stiff pips means pips don`t bend enough when chopping and at times the ball slips due to this,returns a bit too high on all strokes nil reversal, The good:Good to hitting,a fast vertical upward stroke gives a knuckle ball and this is the best stroke for me with good placement and control.Can be used for an off the bounce blocking game despite the lack of reversal due to the shortness off the return,a top local league player had good results using this before migrating to spinlord pips,my test was black ox on Defplay,for me not in the same league as p1r ox that I tested next to it,teamate had loads more problems with the p1r
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Patchie00  on 6/19/2013

I'm using 1.2mm red with a Japanese sponge on a Yinhe/Galaxy LQ-2 Blade. I chop, block, and attack with long pips and can also stand well off the table and hit with these. Chopping offers very good spin for a long pip that has semi hard pimples, not as soft as DHS Cloud and Fog 3, but not as hard as DHS C8. Blocking produces a flat no spin/ knuckle ball effect. But this rubber comes into its own for hitting both at the table to mid distance. Can win points no problem with this rubber. You do get a flat flight path when chopping and its faster than most other long pips I've used. Great for mid to long distance chop or attack. Not for a first time LP user. Certainly one of my favorites. as I use long pips to combat very spinny serves then open up attacks on either wing. One worth trying if your after speed and control.
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Frutz  on 5/9/2013

I will try these long pips AND know i can see the positive side is very slow AND if you have good reflects you can play over the Table very well you will retorn all but take care tha angle is a litle High you will never hit the net
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Anonymous  on 6/2/2011

0.6mm Sponge. Shots mostly seem to float. Blocking can be good. Hitting is nice. Topspin is not. Spin is not really there at all.
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