hclnnkhg on 11/29/2016
A soft, light grippy rubber, ideal for RPB. Grippy surface makes it easy to generate short, spinny serves while not being too sensitive to incoming spin, makes it quite forgiving for push and block. On the other hand, brush loop is not so easy. Looping needs to go through the ball and engage the sponge to generate mechanical spin. Overall this is a spinny allround euro-like rubber, perfect for all-round players who want spin and control.
Anonymous on 3/27/2012
The rubber is just way too slow. It can not be 12, 11, 11 as claimed. Unless I got a fake one, or it has gotten old, I find it simply too slow. It may be a good defensive rubber, but definitely not offensive.
paul on 6/3/2011
wew. this rubber doesn't fit on my playing style ..... it is super slow.......... :(
vangeodee on 1/25/2011
Have this on A Butterfly Primo Vitesse and is very good for the backhand, considering I have s**t for backhand, this rubber really hyped up my backhand.
I'm kinda disappointed though, I was hoping it was COMPLETELY non-tacky but this is SLIGHTLY tacky.
IK on 9/5/2010
I will not give rates to this rubber since I've had only one training experience, but one should have in mind that focus III sponge is very soft, much softer than focus I (which is among softer sponges) or focus II (which is among harder sponges). So players who do not prefer very soft sponges should avoid it. Otherwise, it is good rubber just as focus I & II.