61 Second Eagle

61 Second Eagle Rubber
Approx. $ 21 USD
Price $

User Ratings (4)

Speed 8.2
Spin 8.7
Control 8.9
Tackiness 2.8   
Slightly tacky
Weight 2.5   
Sponge Hardness 2.0   
Medium soft
Gears 6.3   
Above average gears
Throw Angle 5.5   
Medium high
Consistency 6.3
Durability 5.5   
Average durability
Overall 8.3 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 12 / 9
Spin 11 / 9
Control 10 / 9
Tensor No
Anti No
The Eagle is a new rubber sponge that is excellent weapon for attack and loop. The super elasticity rubber can bring you a totally different feeling of playing. And its powerful friction is easy to make loops. The outstanding flexible soft sponge can make balls easy to control at short and middle table, so players can accurately show their techniques in games.

Reviews (4)

imspinner  on 1/17/2017

fairly good rubber, kinda close to a saturn pro with higher throw, more speed( more speed than normal saturn proanyway). spin is quite good control is up there, but for me due to the high throw it kinda throws me off a bit as its quite gap between the saturn pro. over all a decent rubber for some one who wants bit of chinese tacky play with extra speed/catapult.. you must try this..
GeralDINO  10 months ago

This rubber is in my opinion not as slow as in the overall rating !!!! It´s one of the softest and lightest rubber from china !!! Super controlled, very spinny and slightly tacky. Specially the ball acceptance and placement, after the service, is very easy! The sponge hardness should be realistic according to chinese scale, but I think, each rubber, around 2 degree more at the international scale (- the top rubber is medium soft). This wonderful rubber provides enough speed for my backhand (by 2 mm !!!), together with an offensive blade (by a weight of 40 g on my Timo Boll ALC) - ... this time the rubber weighs 56 g (uncut with the protective foil) and 39 g on my blade !!! Even though the sponge can be cut sometimes badly, this rubber is nevertheless very good. What I also like particularly, is that this rubber is available in three sponge hardness (36/38 & 40 degree). This allows every player to find the right partner for his blade !!!! Give me 1,8 mm too and everything would be perfect !!! - here is an additional recommendation !!! To clean the rubber I recommend isopropanol alcohol with about 66 ° percent and for the top rubber a non sticky protective film. ( ... long live, ... - rock´n roll !) ;-P
Costel  on 12/25/2018

I took reviews and bought two rubber with a 2 mm sponge that they too were praised, i stuck them on a Sanwei F3 Pro blades. I am very disappointed, they do not even compare to AK47 with half, they do not have the speed almost do not say I put rubber 3 usd piece, the only good thing is that I took them off with 8 usd in the rest I will sell them as they are mad.
Ksaige  on 12/19/2017

I use this in 1.5mm for my backhand and it performs wonderfully. My sheet is mostly non-tacky, has a soft sponge and topsheet, with medium-large diameter pips. This combination makes flicking/looping backspin very easy. Loops, pushes, serves, and chops are all good, but blocking seems a bit inconsistent. This is likely due to my blocking skill and not the rubber though. It's a good overall rubber that I use for controlled attacking on the backhand.

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