SpinLord Degu

SpinLord Degu Pips
Approx. $ 25 USD
Price $

User Ratings (11)

Speed 7.7
Spin 7.3
Control 8.9
Deception 5.2
Weight 2.2   
Sponge Hardness 2.5   
Medium soft
Consistency 10.0   
Always identical
Durability 8.2   
Lasts longer than average
Overall 8.8 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 8.0 / 10
Spin 6.0 / 10
Control 8.0 / 10
Deception 7.0 / 10
Type Short pips
There are 4 users using the SpinLord Degu.

Reviews (9)

Puck  on 10/9/2015

I play Degu on a 1.2 mm Meteor sponge, on the BH. It has a wonderful control for a short pip and it's fast at the same time. Due to the sponge, it offers a good deception also if it's not so spinful, but, in any case, little topspins are possible. It's quite cheap and it worth all the money.
ciestix  on 10/6/2015

This is the best pip 2014-2015. Good spin, good control, good speed. The best on FH but very nice on BH. Moristo is the second pip because have much speed and less rotation. Mizuno Sa is the equal to Moristo with much speed. Degu is easy and have little deception because causes wrong shots.
Dream_is_Reality  on 9/3/2015

Black degu 2.0 mm. Chopping with this rubber is a dream, tons of control and spin.
stvime  on 4/9/2015

Very good short pips, I use it on my Tibhar Stratus Power Wood blade on FH and sometimes on BH, and i really like it, this rubber is fast enough with good control, and quite spinny. Sponge is quite soft. Rubber looks very good quaility. The best side of this pips is attack on the table and near the table, you can ignor allmost all incoming spin. Strongly recommend to try this rubber for players who likes fast attack on the table without looping
Toryo  on 6/4/2019

A very nice forehand rubber. You will have a lot of control but you are still able to attack with a nice smash. If you want a valuable forehand rubber this is a very good option.

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