TSP Millitall 2

TSP Millitall 2 Pips
Approx. $ 28 USD
Price $

User Ratings (3)

Speed 4.7
Spin 4.0
Control 8.3
Deception 4.0
Reversal 4.0
Weight (not rated)
Sponge Hardness 5.0   
Medium
Consistency (not rated)
Durability (not rated)
Overall 8.0 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 5.0 / 10
Spin 3.5 / 10
Type Medium pips
New mid-pimple from TSP to offer an alternative to frictionless pimples. The pimples are thinner than other pimple out rubbers and also more widely spaced. As a result the rubber produces a lower flight path, and makes it harder for your opponent to play attacking strokes. Negates spin well, excellent control, and suits a defensive style close to the table i.e. blocking and aggressive pushing.

Reviews (3)

DragonOwen  on 12/21/2016

It's great for block, nice for flat attack and even with some spin (can even start attack from backspin), all with great control and speed & spin variations. Chop-block is hard to do, because it's lacking control. It even can be used for defence away from a table, but for heavy top-spins defense you need to chop the ball with side-spin so that ball be more controllable and the more spin top-spin have the more you have to add side-spin... It is almost unsensitive to incoming spin to the point it's very close to long pimps in this aspect... But, I'm using this rubber in 1.0 sponge on quite a fast blade - Butterfly Innerforce Layer ALC, so it might play quite different on other blade or/and with other thickness of the sponge, but for me this rubber is like an eye opener, have all pros of long and short pimps, and almost no cons, I'm just really happy to come by this rubber!
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Frutz  on 3/15/2013

Uso est¡ goma para pegar mi derecha, lo hago con una esponja de 1mm
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NiTTaKu  on 8/14/2009

Tried it on 0,6mm sponge, it has thin and medium long pips (they're more long pip like). I was capable of making inverted shots with it but I could use a lil' more sponge as I need excessive force to accomplish that, 1mm sponge would have been ideal. Chops beautifully out the table with good control, you don't get the same reversal of long pips but you can add plenty of spin against slow loops and vary the spin, you can easily create havoc on your opponent adding sidespins on your chops far and near the table. You need to use a different stroke compered to LP, not so horizontal. Blocks were controlled, you can vary from dead balls to chop blocks or sidespin blocks. Not too much pace but I was using some seriously thin sponge. Flat hits could be made, great wood sound but not too much speed, you need to rely on placement. Depending on the stroke speed, the rubber would respond to incoming spin or ignore it. It's an interesting rubber on his own, dunno how this would work with higher thicknesses but on thin sponges it's a good defensive rubber, very polyvalent.
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