Friendship/729 Bloom Power

Friendship/729 Bloom Power Rubber
Approx. $ 15 USD
Price $

User Ratings (12)

Speed 9.0
Spin 9.0
Control 8.6
Tackiness 8.6   
Tacky
Weight 6.8   
Medium heavy
Sponge Hardness 7.6   
Medium hard
Gears 8.4   
Above average gears
Throw Angle 3.2   
Medium
Consistency 7.8
Durability 8.7   
Lasts a long time!
Overall 9.2 10
Manufacturer Details
Speed 11
Spin 11
Control 8.0
Tensor No
Anti No
There are 3 users using the Friendship/729 Bloom Power.
Fast Sticky , for plastic balls

Reviews (10)

Deco77  on 5/10/2019

45 градусов, на карбоне, очень смачные накладки. Топсить легко, скорости хватает вполне из любой зоны, короткая игра очень понравилась, можно рукой контролировать, чувство мяча великолепное. Основание Sanwei King Kong 2, тоже очень удачное.
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Rafael_kurumin  on 4/7/2019

The best 729 rubber. Fastest than a DHS Skyline TG3 NEO or TG2 NEO. More dwell time than DHS rubbers, the top sheet is soft and very tacky. The top sheet is well glued in sponge, much better than DHS rubbers (mine TG2 neo and TG3 neo make bubbles very fast). A insane rubber for overdrives. The throw angle is low to medium, i dislike this, but the rubber had much qualities. Is easy to make spin with little movement. Low sensitive to incoming spin. Good near from table, and better far from table when catapult effect had this peak. The speed is monstruous when sponge is heavy engaged. Mine is 45º. Much better than DHS TG2 and 3 NEO.
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emelo  on 2/23/2019

This is a tacky chinese rubber with moderated catapult effect. Fast rubber, this is more linear than 729 Battle II or Palio The Way 40+. Easy serve return and short game, low sensitive to incoming spin, flat hit is possible, this is usable rubber for 40mm celluloid ball. I prefer the SPEED version, it is lighter and the topsheet is thinner. Interestingly, the SPEED version is not faster, but higher throw and more rotation for 40+ poly ball. Overall, SPEED version is same performance to Palio AK47 with slightly different advantages, but still the Palio HK1997 Gold is the standard for me. --Bloom POWER H47, red : 70g uncut weight --Bloom SPEED H47, red: 60g uncut weight
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fextra  5 days ago

I use 729 Bloom Power H47 T2.2 w/o ITTF logo as my forehand rubber.I tested it boosted and unboosted. It has good spin almost at Hurricane 3 Neo Commercial level and it is faster than H3N as fast as Sanwei Target National Especially after the break-in period. I boosted it with my home-made booster and it was even better, more speed than H3N and STN. I was able to use it far from the table on counter-looping but one thing that I did not like is that it is not that consistent. I ordered 2 of these and 1 one was softer even though both are labeled as H47. But I did not notice any differences in Spin, speed and control. It just felt different. It has a medium low throw angle. it is lower than STN and H3N sometimes my loops hit the net but once you adjust to it the low throw makes it difficult for the opponent to return your shots. It weighs 65g uncut which is fine. Great rubber it is worth a try since it is not very expensive very good alternative to h3n commercial . Buy the one with the ITTF logo I believe it is more consistent since it has a higher price
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bizeizei  5 months ago

Heavy tacky rubber (47degree 2.2mm)..it plays different than hurricane..u can drive near table with alot of power using this rubber..recommended for fh..price/performance ratio is very good!
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