elPablo on 10/27/2016
i was looking for an ultra tacky rubber, but this is definitely not a case.
Not even in the beginning when brand new. Now after some 30 hour of play, and cleaning it after avery training it even doesn*t pickup a ball from a table.
So tackiness was really a big disapointment for me...
on the other hand it is damn spinny and choppy, yes it is.
I*ve got red one 2,2mm from aliexpress (i am quite sure this is cannot be a faked one :-) and i use it on Grubba All+ blade.
Speed is OKish, control as well, spin is highly above everage, not hard, not soft.
/except it is definitely not a tacky rubber,at least in my case/
For that price (some 11USD) it is really an good option to go, if you are looking for say above everage rubber in every aspect.
I would try this one in 2.0 or better 1.8 for better control for my style of play, and for better feel.
Thierry on 4/10/2012
Version tested is 38°, 1.5mm on backhand and 1.8mm on forehand.
No tensor effect.
Very tacky, lot of control and spin.
A bit slow. Light and quite soft for a chinese rubber.
To be used on a quick blade. Perfect match with the Galaxy T11 for example.
1.8mm on backhand and 2.0mm on forehand should be perfect.
McPat715 on 2/4/2017
Amazing for defender in 1.2 or 1.5 . Slow, spinny and great control, the new gĂ©nĂ©ration of chinese rubber.
it's very light and tre prize is ridicult ;-)
pats79 on 1/16/2016
Im using it in my Nitakku acoustic carbon as a backhand rubber.... after using dhs skyline 3-60 2.0 ( too bouncy for my backhand) stiga chop an drive 1.5 ( very soft... i can fell the wood hitting the ball and donic slice 40 1.5 ( nice but its not tacky and soft it turn to become a anti rubber) .... i think this rubber will solve my problem..... its light as stiga choo and drive and donic slice... but not soft as the two so i have a feel of the ball as i push... and flick.. very nice rubber for its price you can change rubber as frequent as u want.... try it youll not regret it