TSP Super Spinpips Chop 2

TSP Super Spinpips Chop 2 Pips
Approx. $ 35 USD
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User Ratings (16)

Speed 6.7
Spin 8.1
Control 9.2
Deception 4.3
Weight 1.6   
Sponge Hardness 1.3   
Consistency 9.4   
Always identical
Durability 8.0   
Lasts longer than average
Overall 9.4 10
Manufacturer Details
Type Short pips
There are 3 users using the TSP Super Spinpips Chop 2.
The new version of the spinny pips-out rubber Super Spinpips Chop Sponge. While the tried-and-tested pips-out rubber sheet enables defence strokes with heavy backspin, the new extra-soft sponge absorbs much of the energy of your opponent‘s attacks, thus providing for maximum control. A pips-out rubber for modern defenders combining excellent spin characteristics with maximum control. In addition, the Super Spinpips Chop rubber sheet enables sudden close-to-the-table attacks. Super Spinpips Chop II was developed by the legendary defender, Koji Matsushita. With this rubber, Japanese super talent, Yuto Muramatsu, has become a world-class player within a very short time.

Reviews (4)

azv  on 5/13/2019

This is the slowest short pip I've seen. Very grippy, closer to an inverted rubber than to classic short pips like Spectol. It's not deceptive and can't create knuckle balls. With a thicker sponge it becomes too mushy, loosing all feedback. To me the sweet spot is the 1.0-1.3mm
McPat715  on 10/22/2018

The perfect short pips , very easy to play with great control ;-)
Nakata  on 3/23/2018

When you read in the description "enables sudden close-to-the-table attacks" you better believe it. I use it in 1.4~1,7 mm sponge with Bluefire JP01 in the backhand, max thickness. Although known as a defensive rubber it can be used as an offensive short pips if you play penhold style. Main advantage is its super soft sponge which absorbs opponent´s energy like no other SP. This makes blocks extremely easy as well as returns of serves. On the other hand speed is sacrificed of course. It is slower than most of SP but in the thickness I use it provides amazing control when attacking. I can direct the ball to any point of the table with ease, hitting or brushing the ball since it is very spinny. Hitting hard on the top of the bounce is devastating, despite being slower than other SP. It reaches the blade (all wood, 7 plies) easily on impact generating an amazing sound. Great job Mr. Matsushita! I really loved this rubber.
Danthespearton  on 12/8/2017

These pips are literally super spinny. The really soft sponge combined with the grippy top-sheet works wonders in the amount of spin this rubber is capable of creating. In terms of deception, it has none when it comes to reversal; however, in the hands of a skilled player, you can very the spin well and manipulate it. Because the sponge is so soft, the pips can really absorb the pace of strong attacks when chopping. I use in in black at 1.7-1.9 thickness on my BH and even though I couldn't use them well for the first month or so, I'm finally at a point where I've been able to chop back the loops from at least 6 different people more than 3 times; serve receive with this rubber is easier than inverted because it's a pip. I'm using a stiff and hard blade, and the SSPC can be useful for offence when I do the rare BH attack. It is very spin sensitive, to people who are used to the like of frictionless anti will not be used to it. To be honest, I don't think it's very similar to inverted rubber the way everyone who's tried this rubber has claimed. I can see the differences pretty well. Overall, this rubber is a highly-controllable chopping SP if you have the technique, and it creates a lot of spin.

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